Sunday, October 14, 2012

Nephilim Press' Announcement

Nephilim Press Preferred Customer

Nephilim Press

The Book of Abrasax

Here we are halfway through October and I am finally able to tell you all that our newest title, "The Book of Abrasax," is shipping to us on Friday Oct the 19th.  This book is available in two editions, the Standard Edition and the Practitioners Edition. The Standard edition of 700 copies is bound in maroon cloth with marbled gold and black end-papers, while the Practitioners edition of 200 copies is bound in burgundy leather with a place marker ribbon and the same gold and black marbled end-papers. Both Editions are smythe sewn for durability and Inside their covers lie over one hundred and fifty pages of heavyweight archival quality cream colored paper stock packed with information, sigils, signs, rituals, symbols, imagery and just about everything else you could ask for in a ground breaking work that recreates the intricacies of a lost ancient magical system. 

Thanks again for your time and your patronage​.

Ordering and Shiping

We are offering the Standard Edition for $50 US and the Practitioners ​Edition for $120 US 
Shipping will be $10 US and $20 for international orders. We are now accepting credit card orders directly on our new web site, and we have streamlined ordering and shipping so that we will not have the problems that we had with our first release. 

Preferred Customers

Keep an eye out for the official "available for order"​ email we will be sending out to our preferred customers. If you wish to become a preferred customer simply go the and sign up. As a preferred customer you will get advace opportunity to order new releases and reserve special items and titles that are only available to preferred customers.

Deep in the halls of academia there exists scattered fragments of a Magickal corpus that predates the classical Grimoires by far. This once fully developed system of magick, which seamlessly fused transcendent rites of evocation and initiation with immediately practical workings for attainment of temporal wealth and power, sadly languished in recent centuries, all but disappearing into obscurity and existing only in scattered bits and pieces presented in academic or anthropological studies of ancient religions.

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