Abraxas Journal #4 launch party

Abraxas is a printed journal exploring the esoteric and the recondite aspects of art and culture. 

Abraxas launch party for issue 4 aims to connect those who have an interest in the topic under one (magical) roof. It aims to create a dialogue with the contemporary art world and to show a side of culture which is on the rise yet unexplored.

The evening will open with a wine reception and will be followed by speeches and short presentations from contributing artists and writers.

Short Tarot Readings will be available on the night

Copies of issue 4 as well as previous issues will be on sale on the night.

Please RSPV by emailing Livia – livia@abraxas-journal.com

Content for this issue:

Robert Ansell in conversation with Agostino Arrivabene

Gerd Lindner – From the Mystery of Passage

Benvenuto Cellini – Demons in the Coliseum

Ruth Clydesdale – Dancing under the Stars

Paul Cowlan – An Introduction to the Alchemical Mercurius

Anne Crossey – The Mystery of the Rose Cross

Peter Dyde – bagua – inner lunarism

Ole Hagen and Lindsay Seers – Nowhere Less Now

Christopher Josiffe – Aleister Crowley, Marie de Miramar and the True Wanga

Justin Patrick Moore – The Library Angel and Her Oracle

Ron Regé, Jr. – Observation of Ancestral Mysteries

Francesca Ricci – Tabula Impressa

Arthur Rimbaud, translated by Robert Yates – After the Flood • Dawn

Savanna Snow – Haxan 2

Austin Osman Spare – Fragmentum

Shannon Taggart – Basement Vodou

Sarah Victoria Turner in conversation with Christine Ödlund

Valentin Wolfstein – The Mystic Fool: From Tarot to an Ideal of Ascendance


Duration 20 September 2013 - 20 September 2013
Times 7pm - 10pm
Cost Free
Venue Treadwell's Bookshop
Address 33 Store Street London WC1E 7BS, ,
Contact 442074198507 / livia@abraxas-journal.com / www.abraxas-journal.com

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