The Dark Lord: H.P. Lovecraft, Kenneth Grant and the Typhonian Tradition in Magic
This title follows the themes in the writings of Kenneth Grant, H.P. Lovecraft and the Necronomicon, uncovering further meanings of the concepts of the famous writers of the Left Hand Path. It is for Thelemites, as well as lovers of the Lovecraft Mythos in all its forms and for those who find the rituals of classical ceremonial magic inadequate for the New Aeon.
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