Blending together the essences of Chaos Magic and modern Paganism, this book records the emergence of the new tradition of Chaos Craft. Many of the essays presented here were first brewed up in theblogofbaphomet.com. New pictures and fresh essays add spice to these existing writings. Some of which, previously unavailable, comprise the secret rituals of this unashamedly syncretic form of occultism.
The potion you may sample inside is infused with the flavours of Gurdjieff, mindfulness meditation, trance-bodywork, entheogenics, Wiccan and Sabbatic Craft. The mixture has been diligently stirred widdershins for two years as the Wheel of the Year cycled through the Colours of Chaos.
The explorations, the questions, the techniques and reflections presented here are part of an ongoing magical work. Like the figure of Baphomet hirself (patron deity of Chaos Craft), the elixir pouring from this cauldron is redolent with the rich alchemical scents of what modern magicians do.
Would you care for a sip?
Available now, collected together within a physical volume, we present fifty-six posts from The Blog of Baphomet’s two year project Chaos Craft. Combining the chaos magick 8 colour system, with the 8 festivals of the witchcraft wheel of the year, the authors recorded their own musings, the rituals created by their group, and some of the theoretical underpinnings of the group’s workings.
Including previously unpublished material; four new essays, a collection of poetic couplets describing the turning of the year, and with chapters detailing three additional key ritual practices, this volume provides a handy way to browse your favourite writings from those masters of thinking in depth about doing magick, and doing plenty of thoughtful magick, Julian Vayne and Steve Dee.
With a revised text, and many new original pictures, this collection allows the Chaos Craft hybrid to reveal itself as a vibrant, modern path rooted firmly in traditional ground. Written with gentle humour, erudite philosophy, repeated self-reflection and curiosity about what this path may lead to, Chaos Craft is nothing less than a journal of the emergence of a new tradition.
Comprising 257 pages with 69 b&w pictures, contained in a matt softback, the book provides a pleasurable way to access and browse some of your favourite writings.
Now available from your local Amazon website, for £12. Chaos Craft is also on Kindle, for £4.95.
Chaos Craft. The tradition of tomorrow, today.