Fiction

The Polyverse (Beneath The Pleasure Zones II)

In Beneath the Pleasure Zones 1 – The Rupture Paul Green created a dystopian world disrupted by the Qliphothic forces of chaos. Its sequel The Polyverse takes us deeper into the inscapes of a ravaged Britain, where the pagans of Leynebridge, the digerati of London and battling fundamentalist militias all struggle to control the...

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Mind-Sprung

An A-Level drop-out graduates from evicting immigrants during the heyday of the inner-city slum landlords during the 1960s to stripping redundant churches during the early 1970s, before moving to northern Sweden equipped only with the proceeds of selling stolen property and some hashish. He finds new sources of hashish even in Sweden but eventually...

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Beneath the Pleasure Zones : The Rupture

Beneath the Pleasure Zones : The Rupture

When Lucas Beardsley blundered into the Qliphothic Forces of the Polyverse, Britain’s reality-consensus was drastically disrupted. Everyday causality was never quite the same again… Now Londoners escape into the virtual-reality thrills of Pleasure Centres plc, while Borderland villages embrace an eclectic neo-paganism. Meanwhile Fundamentalist militias – Mo-Boys and Heavy Shepherds – battle for overall...

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The Return Of The Tetrad (Magical Fiction)

Paul Cairns, the narrator of this story, is a young journalist with a penchant for the occult. Prompted by a mysterious recurring nightmare, he seeks the advice of Gilbert North, scholar, country squire and occultist, who leads him on an extraordinary series of adventures involving a quest for the Tetrad, four primal magical objects...

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HIPPALOS

Greek and Indian sources tell of Greek and Indian sources tell of an Alexandrian Greek navigator called Hippalos. He discovered a direct route across the ocean from the Red sea, to legendary Musiris in South India. 2000 miles of open ocean in 30 days and nights. India: when the Kama Sutra was first written...

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I, Crowley

‘I never killed Raoul Loveday with a magical spell.’ Aleister Crowley, otherwise known as the Beast 666, shared membership of the Golden Dawn with W.B. Yeats, and publishers with D.H. Lawrence. Now in a beyond-the-grave autobiography, he recounts his own vocation, his practice of sex magic, and his bruising encounters with his contemporaries. The...

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The Grammar Of Witchcraft

In this collection of poems and mini-sagas, Parry narrates the final journey taken by Caliban from a lesbian wedding in Liverpool, back to a London which doesn’t exist. Along the way, concepts of Saxon Witchcraft, Radical traditionalism and English ethnicity are discussed as the author unfolds his vision of an endlessly benevolent Spirit world.

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THE GREAT PURPLE HOO-HA: part II

‘Joe climbed out of the hole into the gray light of a stormy afternoon. Nothing was going as planned. He still hadn’t gotten his girlfriend, the goddess, into bed. The aliens never arrived and Elvis hadn’t returned. Up on the stage, robed magicians toting automatic weapons called down unspeakable things from the sky. A...

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THE GREAT PURPLE HOO-HA Part 1

‘Joe had a drinking problem. The possible demise of his television talk show and the end of his career had tilted a very big bottle of Old Mystery into his guts. Now he was having trouble telling where the hallucinations ended and reality began. Had the mysterious young man with the cat – whom...

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PAN’S ROAD

PAN’S ROAD Fiction complement to THE BULL OF OMBOS The ancient hungry stones of Coptos in Upper Egypt have soaked up the stories of the inhabitants along with their blood. When archaeologists unearth a magician’s box in the rubble of an ancient Egyptian tomb, it propels Jay into a supernatural journey across space and...

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SYBARITE AMONG THE SHADOWS

Extract from SYBARITE AMONG THE SHADOWS For Dylan Thomas centenary: After a sinister encounter with Aleister Crowley in a Soho pub, Dylan Thomas visits his mentor Victor Neuberg, formerly the Beast’s principal follower. Everything else in the book follows on from this reputedly true event. Dylan was standing by the bookcase squinting at the...

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Merlin’s Mound (Grail Fiction, Arthurian Myths & Legends)

“a wonderful book… in the same category as Alan Garner and Susan Cooper” – – Professor Ronald Hutton ‘This boy’s stupendous! He can see the past and see the gods. He’s seen the Lady of the Lake!’ A colossal Stone Age mound in Wiltshire is the legendary burial place of Merlin. When Jo’s father...

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Gateway to Hell (Occult Fiction)

Child psychologist Nicola Grainger and her husband Howard have chosen to remain childless, but when Nicola’s sister and her husband are killed in a car accident in Egypt, Nicola feels duty bound to offer their young twin sons a home. After their arrival, it quickly becomes clear that their upbringing in Egypt, their father’s...

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NEWS

The Jack The Ripper Crime Conference 2017 – Liverpool

THE JACK THE RIPPER CRIME CONFERENCE 2017 FRIDAY 22nd, SATURDAY 23rd, SUNDAY 24th, SEPTEMBER 2017. – MARRIOTT HOTEL LIVERPOOL – 1 QUEEN SQUARE, LIVERPOOL...

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Altered States in Magic – Full Day workshop with Julian Vayne at Treadwell’s

SATURDAY, 7th, OCTOBER, 2017. Price: £75 (£40 deposit, balance due on the day). Time: 10.45 arrival for 11 am start. Ends 5.30 pm. Register...

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Treadwell’s Bookshop & Events

Treadwell’s Bookshop, 33 Store Street, WC1E 7BS, London, UK. Hours: 11-7pm weekdays | 12-7pm Saturday and Sunday. Telephone: 020 7419 8507 / Email: info@treadwells-london.com...

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Museum of Witchcraft and Magic – Guided Walks with Folklorist Steve Patterson

GUIDED WALKS AROUND BOSCASTLE WITH FOLKLORIST STEVE PATTERSON Walks start outside the Museum, on Wednesdays, from July to September, at 2 p.m. Summer is...

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Grimoires, Goetia, Enochiana, Solomonic Magick – David Rankine & Stephen Skinner

For centuries, Grimoires have fascinated the public’s imagination. People often ask us about how they could learn more about this topic and what books...

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