The release date was delayed a couple times, but Joseph Peterson’s edition of the Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses is finally wending its way to me. Not only can you order it from the Amazon page, but you can also see an image of the full-color text that Joseph put up there. I’d order this while you can, as Peterson’s Lesser Key of Solomon is selling for an unbelievable amount.
Also on its way is John Coughlin’s The Little Black Book of Venus, a 16th century grimoire attributed to everybody’s favorite Dr. John Dee. They’re pretty expensive because John’s binding each one by hand in the planetary day and hour of Venus, which is one hell of a work schedule.
Not on its way until August is Donald Tyson’s Grimoire of the Necronomicon, a practical workbook for his own particular incarnation of the text. Part of the blurb:
Fans of Lovecraft now have the opportunity to safely get in touch with the Old Ones and draw upon their power for spiritual and material advancement. Tyson expands upon their mythology and reintroduces these “monsters” in a new, magical context—explaining their true purpose for our planet. As a disciple, you choose one of the seven lords as a spiritual mentor, who will guide you toward personal transformation. Daily rituals provide an excellent system of esoteric training for individual practitioners. This grimoire also provides structure for an esoteric society—Order of the Old Ones—devoted to the group practice of this unique system of magic.
I appreciate that Donald Tyson is creating another mystical order that can become horribly mad at me for no good reason.
All of these books will be fully reviewed in the days to come.
EDIT: I should also add that, if you’re looking for help with your financial problems through the Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses, this is not the place to do so.