by Kenneth Grant.
London: Starfire Publishing, 2021. Limited to 500 copies. First Paper Edition.
This is considered a seminal work from the Typhonian Trilogies and is the fifth volume in the series of three trilogies known as the Typhonian Trilogies. This work covers an extremely large area and exposes - to quote from the jacket of the 1980 edition - “a network more complex than was ever imagined: a network not unlike H.P. Lovecraft’s dark vision of sinister forces lurking at the rim of the universe”. The book examines ideas from Blavatsky’s “Secret Doctrine”, Crowley’s “The Book of the Law”, Lovecraft’s “Necronomicon”, and Frater Achad’s researches. It also explores the work of Soror Andahadna, a contemporary Priestess of Maat, whose work has parallels with that of Frater Achad’s some decades previously when he announced the inauguration of the Aeon of Maat in 1948. Twenty six plates, many in color. This new printing also corrects, and adds a section of text overlooked in the 2008 edition. 332 pages, indexed. Octavo.