Saturday, 20 June 2009

True Grimoire Goes Edition

We are delighted to have the Goes Edition of The True Grimoire back from our binders and they are all signed and on their way to their new homes.

The quarter binding in veiny vellum ensures that each book is unique.
It is a delectable talismanic volume which will be treasured and worked with.

The Death's Head edition is still in stock and causing quite a stir.

Jake Stratton-Kent is already deep into the second volume of the Encyclopaedia Goetica which we will be publishing in due course.

Saturday, 6 June 2009

Howlings now available


A second edition of this acclaimed volume of practical working with the grimoires

In stock now for immediate dispatch 6/6/09

HOWLINGS various
edited by Alkistis Dimech

HOWLINGS is an octavo book of two hundred and ten pages, four sumptuous colour plates, handsomely designed and bound in peacock blue and gilt stamped cloth in a limited second edition of 666 copies.

This Edition is numbered sequentially from 334 to 999 inclusive.
The text remains the same as the first edition, though redesigned throughout.

A copy can be yours for the princely sum of thirty-three English pounds plus postage.

HOWLINGS comprises fourteen original and extensive essays which explore the Grimoires. These are passionate, informed and evocative pieces which create a unique testament to the vibrancy of the modern magickal current.

Our writers pursue knowledge, power and wisdom through the pages of:

The Picatrix
The Goetia, or Lesser Key of Solomon
Four Books of Occult Philosophy
The Voudon Gnostic Workbook
Liber 231
And the Grimoire itself

Our esteemed writers are,
David Rankine
Donald Tyson
Peter Grey
David Beth
Stafford Stone
Paul Hughes-Barlow
Krzysztof Azarewicz
Jack Macbeth
Thea Faye
Aleq Grai
Hafiz Batin
and the anonymous author of The Grimoire of Pharaon

Taking the established experts and ranging them alongside raw and hungry voices, this is a quite beautiful monstrosity of staggering scope. With the actual accounts of working magickians from a whole range of traditions, this is a unique collection.

Prepare to be delighted, inspired and intoxicated.

Wednesday, 3 June 2009


We would like to thank those who attended the Occulture Festival in London.

It is vital that the magickal community has the opportunity to meet face to face.
There are few opportunities to find so many magicians in one place who are willing to share the results of their hard won work.
Scarlet Imprint put all of our support behind these real world events.

Jake Stratton-Kent gave a powerful account of his work with the Grimorium Verum.
Dave Evans debunked the Amado Crowley myths.
Stephen Skinner explained a little more of his experience with grimoires, which we found invaluable.
We were able to begin to put forward the practice we are doing with Babalon and the Beast, which will eventually find it's way into print in Seven Heads/Seven Veils.
There is so much more to come.

It is our wish that Occulture, and the other magickal festivals live up to their potential.
To that end we will also be attending the Equinox Festival in London and the Esoteric Book Conference in Seattle.

This is only the beginning.

In Nomine Babalon

Peter Grey

Alkistis explains the Seven Veils

JSK (right) proves Goetic conjurors do cast reflections, whilst talking with Okultura

Peter Grey on the Seven Heads of the Beast

More images and video content should be online soon at the Occulture website.