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The paperback Hermetic Tablet has been released

The PAPERBACK version of the Hermetic Tablet is now available here The Hermetic Tablet is an annual Journal of Western Ritual Magic where people, from all traditions, share their experiences. Some of the contributors are well known names in the occult field, while others are just those who want to share knowledge and experiences with the public.

This issue includes articles written by the following writers: Mike Magee, Aaron Leitch, Nick Farrell, Jayne Gibson, Tony Fuller, Wynn Westcott, R.W. Felkin, Harriet Felkin, A.E Waite. Ina Cüsters-Van Bergen Carman Lawrick, VH Soror MRMV, Eirini Tsotsou, João Pedro Feliciano, and Cynthia Caton The Hermetic Tablet covers a wide range of different subjects all related to Western Ritual Magic, including Goetia, Golden Dawn, Wicca, Theurgy, Angelic Magic, Ancient Egypt, and pagan ritual. There is something for anyone, from all spiritual traditions who wants to know about practical Western Ritual Magic

Summer edition of the Hermetic Tablet is out

hermetic cover(final)The latest edition of the Hermetic Tablet it is out and it is a rather interesting issue.

For those interested in the Golden Dawn Tradition there are loads of previously unpublished works by prominant Golden Dawn leaders and a complete correspondence course from a defunct modern Golden Dawn order which was established in the UK in the 1970s.  There is a review of the new edition of Israel Regardie’s Golden Dawn book by Tony Fuller. And an analysis of the Golden Dawn’s Coptic system, which required me to download a new typeface.

There is a strong goetic current with essays from Aaron Leitch and Jake Stratton-Kent and some rather interesting ancient magic from Jayne Gibson, João Pedro Feliciano and myself.

Here is the table of contents

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The paperback can be found here Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu.

While the limited edition hardback can be found here Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu.

At time of writing this the hardback (which was limited to 100 copies was heading towards being sold out.