Showing posts with label Fulgur. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Fulgur. Show all posts

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Barry William Hale...& Windows to the sacred...

For you lucky people in Australia
from Buratti Fine Art ...   Windows to the sacred  a special exhibition showcasing the various traditions and expression of esoteric art ranging from automatic drawing, digital art, printmaking, sculpture and painting. The work of contemporary artists are shown alongside international and historical artists and who have paved the way in one of the art world's most exciting genres.

with works by   

Danie Mellor

Opening Night - 6.30pm Friday 13th July 2012



Paper Cut works from Legion 49 published by Fulgur Limited


BEELZEBUB 2 (Legion 49)


BEELZEBUB (Legion 49)


BAPHOMET (Legion 49)

Barry's work with NOKO will also be shown at Revelation Film festival on Suday 15th July more here

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Austin Osman Spare... Self Portrait... 1908


click on image to enlarge

a scan from a new title by Fulgur

The Exhibition Catalogues of Austin O. Spare

compiled and edited by Robert Ansell

As an Individual I resent this cant re "self -expression." a catch phrase to hide every form of delinquency -- the excuse to perpetuate the worst whithin us at other's expense.
"Looking within, to the depths of one's Soul" is another inverse cliche: personally, my experience of  "looking within" has been exactly like looking into an empty bucket!
As an inveterate believer in the Soul, I have experienced the "Touch"... and all stimuli of inspiration at any level are an effulgent refraction from something we have glimpsed from without and excreated from the machine within. So far
we have made a sorry mess of the Anatomy of the Mind. The Soul is apart--becoming
tactual of sincerity when our level of values is near equity -- its language is a baffling symbolism to all untruth: human nature being the most unstable thing known -- correspondance is rare 

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Jónas Sen...The Red and Black Twins...2011

© Jónas Sen 2011

"If red and black are the two aspects of the darkness in which creativity
has its roots, then perhaps, they can be understood as representing the twin
aspects of artistic genius, the passive and the active. Both are needed to create art."

"The successful invocation of the Twins is thus an opening of the gate to the dark, to the source of endless creativity that is pure magic."

Jónas Sen ~ from The Red and Black Twins in
ATUA - Voices from La Societe Voudon Gnostique (Fulgur 2011)

Thursday, July 7, 2011

The Magickal art of Shannon Esmeralda...

"Unity comprises unity that is everything is contained in everything"

from Ophidian Pathways & Heart of Blood by Shannon Esmeralda's essay in 




more at  Shannons > OCCULTRIXX

Friday, May 20, 2011

My works in ATUA...

ATUA: Voices from La Societe Voudon Gnostique

published by Fulgur, 2011 


aiming to provide insights and inspirations to practitioners on a similar spiritual path,this anthology features essays, artwork, prose and soundscapes

My feet are deeply rooted
In the ground of the earth
And my head
Is still amongst
The Stars of the Sky
from Forever Lust by Roberto Migliussi



Cover Art Work by Peter Dyde

cover art work by Hagen von Tulien

My series of drawings "Bloodsongs" have been wonderfully reproduced in the latest publication by Fulgur alongside two other drawings that i will include in future posts >




"Man and Woman follow me
To the well of ecstasy
Deeper, deeper to the source
Far beyond the yellow North"

from a Litany of Maîtres du  Crâne/ Nightside Journey:Daemonic Image & Vamparitic Phantom

Saturday, March 19, 2011

ATUA: Voices from La Societe Voudon Gnostique... 2011

I have the delighful pleasure to have work included in the first Journal of La Societe Voudon Gnostique, edited by David Beth and Published by Fulgur Limited

© Jónas Sen

ATUA is the public vehicle through which the members of the S.V.G.make selected manifestations of their magico-gnostic research and experience available to an informed audience. This first anthology features essays, artwork, and prose and aims to provide insight and inspiration to practitioners on a similar spiritual path


from Fulgur...

Contributors include: David Beth, Craig Williams, Vadge Moore, Hagen von Tulien, Dolorosa, Jonas Sen, Jessica Grote, Roberto Migliussi, Orryelle Defenestrate-Bascule, Shannon Esmeralda, Peter Dyde, Ariock Van de Voorde, M.W. Burson, Marc’Aurelio Pozzi, Alan Kostencic and Zdravko Bozic. The material will be presented to our usual standard, and there will be a free audio CD supplement which will include material from Jonas Sen and Lightning Path.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Fulgur...Austin Osman Spare catalogue 8


Savonarola c 1907 - study of Girolamo Savonarola © Fulgur


preliminary sketch ' Desire for Psycho-somatic strength’ 1953 © Fulgur

It's drooling time again, but xmas is coming if anyone is looking for present ideas for me ;)

Monday, September 13, 2010

Austin Osman Spare... drawings & paintings

in the anticipation of attending the exhibition of the year
at the Cuming Museum in London, here are a few Spare treats!
 Idiocy - Automatic Drawing

As above so below, this is never sufficiently realized. . . . Remorse? Nay, do unto thyself all things, fearlessly. Finality is reached when ye have learned to digest everything. What is all man-slaughter but what ye have done unto yourself? Only where there is necessity is ther death. Dispense with all 'means' to an end. There is nothing higher than joyous sensation. Eternal Self! these millions of bodies I have outworn! Oh, sinister ecstasy. I am thy vicious self pleasure that destroyeth all things. Distrust thy teacher, for 'divine truth' has prevented better men from wisdom. In such revelation there is no suggestion. Do thy utmost unto others: But be surely what thou wilt: and keep thy belief free of morality. Observe thyself by sensation: thus know the finer perturbations and vibrations. This much shalt thou learn: To love all men, for there will be compulsion.

from The Focus of Life ~ AOS



previous  AOS POSTS

Sunday, August 16, 2009

My drawings in ...ABRAXAS...

I have the delightful pleasure to be included with Illustrious company in the first issue of ABRAXAS...


Abraxas is a new independent journal of historical and
contemporary occultism. Through its pages will be manifest the voices
of working occult experience and the visions of esoteric artists,
alongside keen insights of original scholarly research. Abraxas
will offer the reader a rich resource of thought-provoking essays,
vibrant art and poetic myth from some of the most inspirational
thinkers, artists, writers, designers and practitioners working in the
international occult community today. Here will be found perceptive
articles, narratives of workings, mysterious photography, obscure
magical text reprints, strange drawings and resonant lyric. Abraxas
aims to be intellectually engaging, critically rigorous and visually
inspiring. It will be a unique space where fresh insights emerge to
feed the mind, imagination and soul.

Issue One – Autumn Equinox 2009

Treadwells and Fulgur are delighted to announce the first issue of our
new esoteric journal ABRAXAS is now in press. In keeping with our
intent, writers and artists have kindly submitted material from across the
globe: Australia,the United States,Mexico,Italy and the United Kingdom
are keenly represented.

Nearly all the material is published for the first time. Here may be
found inspiring essays from luminaries within the esoteric community,
many of them written especially for the journal. Artists too are well
represented, both established masters and emerging talents: a feast for
the eyes and soul. Our poets include Allyson Shaw, Zachary Cox and,
from beyond the veil, Aleister Crowley, whose evocative verse ‘Babalon’
finally finds itself in print more than sixty years after it was
Produced in a large quarto format, with 128 pages printed on high
quality paper and richly illustrated in colour and monochrome, we hope
Abraxas will offer you a strange mirror through which may be glimpsed
the zeitgeist of the global occult community today.

text and image above from FULGUR