Presentation given on 10th September 2016 for the Trans-States conference at the University of Northampton. Exploring the liminality of performer and performance space, and their relationship in presencing the invisible reality – the other, sacred or daimonic.Read More
Presentation given on 9th September 2016 for the Trans-States conference at the University of Northampton. The transformation of the male erotic landscape through magical and witchcraft practices as constellated about the female mysteries of Babalon.Read More
Presented at the London Occult Conference on 18th June 2016 by Alkistis Dimech. This work examines the restrictions placed upon women’s bodies and voices, particularly in public but extending to the private sphere and inner life; restrictions which have shaped not only women’s experience but that of men too. This is as true of our interactions with the spirit world as it is in the social and political worlds we also inhabit.Read More
Presentation by Peter Grey at the Occult Conference in London, England, 18th June 2016.
Eroticism, ordeal, actions and contact. Stages on the path to the acquisition and conquest of magical power in the practice of corporeal witchcraft.
Presented by Alkistis Dimech at the Psychoanalysis, Art and the Occult symposium in London on Friday 6th May 2016Read More
Presented by Peter Grey at the Psychoanalysis, Art and the Occult symposium in London on Friday 6th May 2016Read More
The Babalon working commenced on January 4th 1946 and lasted until March 4th 1946. It represents the summit of Jack Parson’s magical career and followed seven years of dedicated work in service to the Order. It is not the work of a dilettante as is often wrongly assumed.Read More