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The Fenris Wolf 11 is available now! A smorgasbord of occulture and delightenment!
The Fenris Wolf is a research journal focused on the human mind, developments in comparative magico-anthropology, and on the occultural implications and applications of these fields of study.
This eleventh issue contains material presented at the Psychoanalysis, Art & the Occult conference “Re-writing the Future: 100 Years of Esoteric Modernism and Psychoanalysis” (Merano, 2019). Presenters were Kadmus, Charlotte Rodgers, Kasper Opstrup, Elisabeth Punzi & Per Magnus Johansson, Hans-Peter Söder, Haukur Jonasson, Carlos Abler, Stephanie Moran & Anna Sebastian, Katy Bohinc, Tom Banger & Koshka, Simon Magus, Ugo Dossi, Siegfried de Rachewiltz, Katrina Makkouk, Vanessa Sinclair, Blanche Barton, and Carl Abrahamsson, presenting topics as diverse as Greek Paganism, spiritual evolution, Cosmism’s inherent longing to go into space, Hilda Doolittle, the power of myth, Christianity’s influence in medieval Pagan Iceland, hypno-mimesis and working with body, the esoteric methods of Ithell Colquhoun, poetry as magic, the aesthetics and methods of Austin Osman Spare, automatic drawing, Joseph Ennemoser, Ezra Pound’s occultism, the crusade against magical thinking, the roots of modern Satanism, and the relationship between Ezra Pound and his publisher James Laughlin.
Trapart Books, 2022. 6 x 9”, 256 pages. Edited by Carl Abrahamsson & Vanessa Sinclair. Available in paperback, hardback and e-book editions.
Order your copy today and enjoy the rest of the summer!
Carl, Vimmerby, July 24th, 2022
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