The Fenris Wolf 4

Carl Abrahamsson (ed.)

The Fenris Wolf is a research journal focussed on the human mind, developments in comparative magico-anthropology, and on the occultural implications and applications of these fields of study. This issue contains material by/on Z’EV, Ramsey Dukes, Robert Taylor, Hiram Corso, Jean-Pierre Turmel, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Baba Rampuri, Aki Cederberg, Thomas Karlsson, Kendell Geers, John Duncan, Thomas Bey William Bailey, Payam Nabarz, Tim O’Neill, Philip Farber, Terence McKenna, David Beth, Peter Grey, Peter Gilmore, Kenneth Anger, Carl Abrahamsson, Ernst Jünger and LSD, the Dreamachine, the Process Church of the Final Judgement, Thelema and politics, astral machines, the past and future of psychedelic culture, Naga Babas, the Left Hand Path, blood mysticism, stellar magic, grimoires, and a unique series of ink images by Fredrik Söderberg.

Table of Contents:
Carl Abrahamsson – The whys of yesterday are the why-nots of today, Hermann Hesse – The Execution, Fredrik Söderberg – Black and White Meditations 1-23, Peter Gilmore – Every Man and Woman Is a Star, Peter Grey – Barbarians at the Gates, John Duncan – Hallelujah, Ramsey Dukes – Democracy Is Dying of AIDS, Tim O’Neill – The Technology of Civilization X, Thomas Karlsson – Religion and Science, David Beth – Bloodsongs, Payam Nabarz – Liber Astrum, Hiram Corso – Unveiling the Mysteries of the Process Church, Jean-Pierre Turmel – The Pantheon of Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Kendell Geers – The Penis Might Ier Than Thes Word, Z’EV – The Calls, Robert Taylor – Dreamachine: The Alchemy of Light, Phil Farber – An Interview with Terence McKenna, Phil Farber – McKenna, Ramachandran and the Orgy, Thomas Bey William Bailey – The Twilight of Psychedelic America?, Ernst Jünger – LSD Again/Nochmals LSD, Baba Rampuri – The Edge of Indian Spirituality, Aki Cederberg – In Search of Magic Mirrors, Carl Abrahamsson – Thelema and Politics, Carl Abrahamsson – Someone’s Messing with the Big Picture, Carl Abrahamsson – An Art of High Intent?, Carl Abrahamsson – A Conversation with Kenneth Anger

This book was originally published by Edda Publishing in 2011.



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