United Kingdom: Atramentous Press, 2020. First Edition, First Impression. Hardcover. Royal Octavo, original red boards elaborately decorated in black & gilt on all covers, black embossed endpapers, red silk book marker. 415 pp., with over 55 full-page black & white images, plus numerous smaller drawings in the text, all by Carolyn Hamilton-Giles, plus additional seals and sigils throughout. Limited to 333 copies. A fine copy, as new, without dust jacket, as issued. Accompanied by a full set of the Icons of the Black Dragon cards, being 72 Telesmatic A5 cards, featuring artwork by Carolyn Hamilton-Giles. Fine. Item #311685
¶ Peter Hamilton-Giles is an author and researcher of the esoteric, academically trained in anthropology and religious studies, with his primary interest being in occult philosophy. He is co-founder of the original Dragons’ Column along with Andrew Chumbley. This enchiridion for the Black Dragon is the first volume for expounding sorcery associated with the dirt track road, which must forever be adumbrated by the outer precinct of the crooked path, for this inner sanctum presents the dirt ridden yet adamantine road which leads to the Black Dragon and the great mystery of telluric sorcery. It began as a realisation of a work that was formed by the Dragon’s Column, this being the working group that went on to contribute towards Andrew Chumbley writing The Dragon Book of Essex.