StarFire - A Magazine of the Aeon Vol 1 No.5 - SOLD

StarFire - A Magazine of the Aeon Vol 1 No.5 - SOLD
StarFire - A Magazine of the Aeon Vol 1 No.5 - SOLD


Starfire, Vol. I No. 5, A Magazine of the Aeon.
London: Starfire Publishing, 1994. First edition. Softcover. Quarto. (8 x 11inches) Sewn printed wrappers, 198 pp. + advert.. Striking pictorial covers in purple with black print and illustration. The official Organ of Kenneth Grant's Typhonian OTO - one of the most scarce and interesting editions of this journal.

This edition includes substantial articles on Austin Osman Spare by Gavin Semple & Randall Holmes, also articles by Michael Staley, Paul Lowe & Andrew Chumbley, among others [Aleister Crowley and Kenneth Grant related].

Edited by Michael Staley, a prominent member of the Typhonian Order, this is an impressive journal, extensively illustrated in black and white. A tiny crease to the tip of the bottom right hand corner, otherwise bright and unmarked. £95



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