The Azoetia

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The Azoetia: A Grimoire of the Sabbatic Craft

I am He, I am She, that leapeth living from Star, Sun and Flame.
Blessed am I that have shod the Horses of Man
and have clothed the Steeds of the Gods,
Brother and Twin of Heart are We,
to All that are ridden by the Gods.
For it is Our Hand that hath taken
The Bones of the Reddened One from the Earth.
It is Our Hand that hath raised up the Soul of the Ancient
In the Body of the Present.

Originally published by Xoanon in 1992, Azoëtia or ‘The Book of the Magical Quintessence’ has become one of the most sought-after new magical works of our time and may be regarded as the foundation text of the Sabbatic Craft Tradition. Azoëtia is comprised of three main parts: an exposition of preliminary magico-aesthetic formulae with detailed descriptions of working tools; the full text of the Sabbatic Rituals of Ingress, Congress, and Egress; and an eleven-chaptered Grimoirium detailing the arcana and composite practices of the Sacred Alphabet – the twenty-two lettered code of sorcerous principles underlying the practical spectrum of the Arte Magical. The entire work intends the reification of traditional British cunning-craft praxis according to the spiritual vision and artistry of a contemporary initiate.

Xoanon, 2015. Enhanced Third Edition. Limited to 900 copies. Hardcover Cloth in dust jacket with custom end papers.

The 2002 Sethos Edition of Azoëtia is the definitive edition of Andrew Chumbley’s groundbreaking foundational work on the Sabbatic Tradition. With significant additions, revisions, and added artwork, it also bears a new introduction by the author taking ten years of publication history into perspective. Over the course of 2002 and 2003, the work was issued in five different forms, all co-designed by Andrew D. Chumbley and Daniel A. Schulke.

This standard hardcover edition limited to 1,000 hand-numbered copies. From the publisher: “As the incepting text of Xoanon Limited, Andrew D. Chumbley’s visionary book, Azoetia was first published in 1992 and is regarded as the foundation text of the Sabbatic Craft Tradition. In 2002 the second “Sethos” edition of Azoetia sold out within months of its release. This third edition is limited to 1,000 standard hardcover copies, 111 “deluxe” copies, and 22 “special” copies. The Third Edition presents the complete text of the ‘Sethos Edition’ of 2002, being the definitive recension of the work. Original images have been digitally conserved and the whole has been freshly typeset, prited offset lithography on 70 lb cream acid-free archival stock, octavo format. The grimoire Azoetia is comprised of three main parts: an exposition of preliminary magico-aesthetic formulae with detailed descriptions of working instruments; the full text of the Sabbatic Rituals of Ingress, Congress, and Egress; and an eleven-chaptered grimoire detailing the arcana and composite practices of the Sacred Alphabet — the twenty-two lettered code of sorcerous principles underlying the practical spectrum of the Arte Magical. The entire work intends the reification of traditional British cunning-craft praxis according to the spiritual vision and artistry of a contemporary initiate.”

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The Azoetia: A Grimoire of the Sabbatic Craft

I am He, I am She, that leapeth living from Star, Sun and Flame.
Blessed am I that have shod the Horses of Man
and have clothed the Steeds of the Gods,
Brother and Twin of Heart are We,
to All that are ridden by the Gods.
For it is Our Hand that hath taken
The Bones of the Reddened One from the Earth.
It is Our Hand that hath raised up the Soul of the Ancient
In the Body of the Present.

Originally published by Xoanon in 1992, Azoëtia or ‘The Book of the Magical Quintessence’ has become one of the most sought-after new magical works of our time and may be regarded as the foundation text of the Sabbatic Craft Tradition. Azoëtia is comprised of three main parts: an exposition of preliminary magico-aesthetic formulae with detailed descriptions of working tools; the full text of the Sabbatic Rituals of Ingress, Congress, and Egress; and an eleven-chaptered Grimoirium detailing the arcana and composite practices of the Sacred Alphabet – the twenty-two lettered code of sorcerous principles underlying the practical spectrum of the Arte Magical. The entire work intends the reification of traditional British cunning-craft praxis according to the spiritual vision and artistry of a contemporary initiate.

Xoanon, 2015. Enhanced Third Edition. Limited to 900 copies. Hardcover Cloth in dust jacket with custom end papers.

The 2002 Sethos Edition of Azoëtia is the definitive edition of Andrew Chumbley’s groundbreaking foundational work on the Sabbatic Tradition. With significant additions, revisions, and added artwork, it also bears a new introduction by the author taking ten years of publication history into perspective. Over the course of 2002 and 2003, the work was issued in five different forms, all co-designed by Andrew D. Chumbley and Daniel A. Schulke.

This standard hardcover edition limited to 1,000 hand-numbered copies. From the publisher: “As the incepting text of Xoanon Limited, Andrew D. Chumbley’s visionary book, Azoetia was first published in 1992 and is regarded as the foundation text of the Sabbatic Craft Tradition. In 2002 the second “Sethos” edition of Azoetia sold out within months of its release. This third edition is limited to 1,000 standard hardcover copies, 111 “deluxe” copies, and 22 “special” copies. The Third Edition presents the complete text of the ‘Sethos Edition’ of 2002, being the definitive recension of the work. Original images have been digitally conserved and the whole has been freshly typeset, prited offset lithography on 70 lb cream acid-free archival stock, octavo format. The grimoire Azoetia is comprised of three main parts: an exposition of preliminary magico-aesthetic formulae with detailed descriptions of working instruments; the full text of the Sabbatic Rituals of Ingress, Congress, and Egress; and an eleven-chaptered grimoire detailing the arcana and composite practices of the Sacred Alphabet — the twenty-two lettered code of sorcerous principles underlying the practical spectrum of the Arte Magical. The entire work intends the reification of traditional British cunning-craft praxis according to the spiritual vision and artistry of a contemporary initiate.”

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Weight 1100 g
Dimensions 23 × 15 × 5 cm

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