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|Title||:||The Azoetia: A Grimoire Of The Sabbatic Craft|
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The Azoetia: A Grimoire Of The Sabbatic Craft Reviews
Chumbleys primary work on the crooked path is a diverse and complex text thatwill challenge the reader to expand their thoughts and praxis into a whole new realm, that of Azoth.This grimoire is not a beginners text and it is highly recommended that you have a firm grounding in gnostic, pagan and general occult praxis and theory before tackling this volume. With that said I can not recommend this book enough - it is overwhelming in its vastness and Chumbley has certainly created a book that is going to stand the test of time.
A modern classic and one of the most original work of traditional witchcraft. A whole system of sorcery is outlined and all the rites and tools of the Crooked Path tradition are described in a way that makes possible solitary initiation into the current that Mr Chumbley represented. A system of magic for both harming and healing, but also for reaching gnosis and the hidden wisdom of witchdom.
Not a book for casual reading, but certainly one of the more interesting grimoires written to date. Lots of influence from Spare style-wise but it's Chumbley's show and his worldview. Without a vivid imagination it's a hard world to tap into, but if you roll with it, it's one wild ride!