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The Urn

by Alan Chapman

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Chapman and Barford are two contemporary magicians who have transformed the face of contemporary occultism by reviving the notion of 'The Great Work' and setting modern magick free from the dead-end of post-modern nihilism. 'The Urn' is the second in the three-volume series of their uncensored magical exploits. Having successfully crossed the abyss, the two authors now set their sights on the goal of full enlightenment, setting out in detail their findings and techniques. On the way they encounter a guru who can enlighten people just by being near them; receive prophecies from an astral representative of The Great White Brotherhood; and explore the true significance of love and the meaning of life. Like the first volume ('The Blood of the Saints'), this compelling collection of essays, articles, rituals and interviews contains utterly unique material that lays bare the meaning and purpose of magick in a straightforward and humorous style. It will prove an invaluable guide for anyone interested in understanding how the Western Magical Tradition remains an authentic source of wisdom for seekers after truth in the Twenty-First Century.

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