Teitan Press Publishes Hockley

From Teitan Press, publishers of A Complete Book of Magic Science and the Sepher Mafteah Shelomoh, comes an announcement of some major releases from the library of Frederick Hockley, the nineteenth-century magician we’ve mentioned before.  From their announcement:

The next work to appear in the Teitan Press Frederick Hockley Series will be a completely revised edition of The Rosicrucian Seer. Magical Writings of Frederick Hockley, edited and with a biographical Introduction by John Hamill, and a study of Hockley’s manuscripts by R. A. Gilbert. It is scheduled for release in late 2008.

Throughout 2009 / 2010 we plan to release a number of other works by Hockley, including Clavis Arcana Magica & A Tract on Cartomancy (two volumes in one), The Metaphysical and Spiritual Philosophy of the Spirit Eltesmo, and Occult Spells, Talisman Magic & Other Writings, as well as Hockley’s editions of Abraham the Jew on Magic Talismans, Dr Rudd’s Nine Hierarchies of Angels … [& the] Clavis Angelica, The Book of Solomon’s called the Pauline Art, and the Ars Notoria the Notory Art of Solomon. Several other works edited by Hockley are also under consideration, and there is the possibility of a collection of essays relating to Hockley, for which contributions are invited.

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  1. Very interesting. This is part of a collection of items that belonged to the late Robert Lenkiewicz and was auctioned last year. The lot didn’t sell on the day and I wondered who had made an offer ahead of me!


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