MAGICAL RECORD, 12th Nov. 1993 e.v. - 12th August 1994 e.v. Being the Stellar Transvocation of AZHDEHA and the Rites and Practices pertaining to the Column of the Crooked Path and Cultus Sabbati. CULTUS SABBATI Andrew D. Chumbley, Interest.

MAGICAL RECORD, 12th Nov. 1993 e.v. - 12th August 1994 e.v. Being the Stellar Transvocation of AZHDEHA and the Rites and Practices pertaining to the Column of the Crooked Path and Cultus Sabbati.

Privately Printed, Unpublished. Large format comb binding, plastic covers holding card covers (label on front cover) 107pp + (2pp). This is the typed up magical diary of one of the core initiates of the Cultus Sabbati. The original diary was clearly periodically submitted to Andrew Chumbley for review as there are references in this text to his comments. The rituals of the Column, the inner core of the Cultus Sabbati, have now been published in the Dragon Book of Essex. Gruelling as they clearly are this item reveals them to be just a mere fraction of the actual work. Also being practised were personal rituals, dreamwork and sex magic, as well as joint rituals and social encounters. This item is unique in that it provides a contemporary record of the thought, perceptions and insights (both waking and sleeping) of one following the Crooked Path under Andrew's direct guidance. The last two pages are on a different paper; titled "Comment on the Daily Practice" gives a concise description of Stellar Transvocation as a magical practice. This is signed with the initiate's civilian name, and the assumption can be made that the magical record is that of this same initiate. Also, loosely enclosed, is a 2pp typed letter signed from the same party addressed fraternally with Thelemic salutations to Frater Alastrum III [Robert Agasucci, a.k.a. Stafford Stone]. Fine condition. Item #311131

¶ A unique item that throws unprecedented light upon the operation of the inner core of the Cultus Sabbati during Andrew's lifetime. Generated at a time when the Cultus Sabbati was interfacing with the Typhonian O.T.O., almost certainly for a purpose connected with that context. One might speculate that it was created to be given to an important Typhonian member to demonstrate to him the intensive and comprehensive nature of Cultus practice, and how akin it was to the A.'.A.'. template that underlay the Typhonian OTO system as operated by Kenneth Grant. A vastly important document pertaining to the Sabbatic Tradition.

Price: $5,000.00