Wednesday, 3 June 2009

Occulture



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.

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