THE ORDER KU-SEBITTU. An Introductory Statement and a Collation of Magical Texts for the Use of Initiates. Andrew D. CHUMBLEY.

THE ORDER KU-SEBITTU. An Introductory Statement and a Collation of Magical Texts for the Use of Initiates.

No Date. First Edition. Original Printed Wrappers. Large quarto, original printed paper wrappers, bound with plastic spine binder, front cover printed with title and O.M.A. insignia with pyramid and star. 25 pages. Inscribed by Andrew Chumbley in red ink at head of cover sheet: "For Unas, From Alogos, 2002 / Dec. 10th" with a large sigil in red and gold ink. Some marks and stains, very good. Very Good. Item #311130

¶ Outline of the Purpose, History and Lineage, Initiation and Practice of the Ku-Sebittu, plus guidelines for Order Initiates (pp.1-5), dated at end "June 2000 e.v."; followed by 'A Selection of Magical Texts Collated for the use of the Ku-Sebittu (Summer 2000 c.e.)", which includes "The Formulae of the Phoenix-Vessel", "Hallowing the Kingdom of Qayin Azhaka" and "The Rite of the Seven Stars, Being The Great Equinox of the Gods: A collation of texts taken from the Rites of the Ku-Sebittu 1994-1999, and here set forth for the seventh annual convocation in the year 2000 e.v.". For information on the Ku-Sebittu, we look to the Xoanon website, where it is written: "The Ku-Sebittu originated as a cross-fertilisation, or Common Lodge, of the Sabbatic and Typhonian magical currents. Incepted in England by Fraters Alogos Dhul’Qarnen Khidir of the Cultus Sabbati and Aossic Aiwass of the Ordo Typhonis on August 7, 1994, its essential manifesto was outlined in Andrew D. Chumbley’s essay “Opening the Way for the Daemons of the Void”. Subsequent to its founding, the Ku-Sebittu separated itself from the Typhonian Order and became wholly subsumed within the Cultus Sabbati. The work proper ceased in 2000, having brought a number of its aims to fruition."

Price: $3,500.00