'Book of Going Back by Night'
by Orryelle Defenestrate-Bascule
Author of the four part 'Tela Quadrivium' part 1: 'Conjunctio'
Limited edition 22 copies
The Book of Going Back by Night consists of three chapters of
transmissions from the Egypto-Thelemic God/dess Hrumachis, the
SphinX-form of Horus who presides over the Double Horizon. As a deity of
dusk and dawn, S/He also relates to the twilight of the year- the
equinox/equilux -and of the Aeons- the 'Equinox of the Gods' where the
double-current of Horus and Maat intersect.
The verses are hand-calligraphied by the author, reproduced in blood-red
ink, and extensive interpretative commentaries are also included, along
with several powerful illustrations.
The third chapter- received mostly in India- has only recently been
collated and the commentary elucidated, and appears in this edition for
the first time.
A work of profound mystical complexity yet with pragmatic applications,
this magickal text counterpoints the energies of Heru coming forth via
the Ancient Egyptian 'Book of Coming Forth by Day' (translated by
E.A.Wallis Budge as The Egyptian Book of the Dead) with the energies of
Maat going back, to intersect in the present.
The relationship of these ancient-future currents to those of Babalon
and the Beast are also explored.
Limited to 22 copies printed in blood red ink onto 100% cotton paper,
each hand sewn and fully bound in night-blue smooth goatskin. Egyptian
papyrus endpapers adorn the copies, each one fully leather jointed for
luxury and long life. A seperate piece of Indian paper hand inscribed by
the artist is inserted to a cut-out in the front board bearing the
iconic 'Orryelle' eye-signature and limitation details.
To the front of the book is a Hrumachis in gold with a seperately tooled
hebrew letter above in silver;to the rear board is a Silver Hrumachis
with a seperately tooled hebrew letter above in gold. To the spine seven
evenly placed raised bands. A superb example of a magickal work expertly
produced by the hand of a skilled binder.
Only available through the website
(We regret we cannot reserve copies without payment)
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