Our annual Black Lotus Kult Celebration will return this 5, Nov in London, where we will proudly present
One Beyond Ten
A Celebration of the works of Kenneth and Steffi Grant
We are elated to have Caroline Wise return to BLK Celebration with an illustrated talk
Kenneth Grant’s London Town
When considering Kenneth Grant and place, one is likely to meander the vast ‘spaces between spaces’, or the Tunnels of Set, exploring inner space. As Black Lotus Kult visits London this year, Caroline will be looking at the London of Kenneth Grant, of the 50s, 60s, and 70s onwards; a world of pubs, art, Jazz, magic, and bookshops and of lifelong friendships emerging. A multidimensional London as the terra-firma from which magical universes can arise. A London where certain places evoked for him the ancient magics, nightside narratives, love, inspiration and poetry, as portals between the planes.
Caroline Wise works in esoteric publishing. In 1989 she initiated the republication of the books of Kenneth Grant, starting with Hidden Lore, the Carfax Monographs by Kenneth and Steffi, when at Skoob Books. She is a former owner of The Atlantis Bookshop and in the 1990s was the co-editor of the revived The Occult Observer. In 1993 she produced the then forgotten Ancient Egyptian themed plays of Florence Farr. From the 1970s she has been involved in Earth mysteries and her particular interests are in researching goddesses, and the mythology of London, She is co-editor, with John Matthews, of The Secret Lore Of London.
We will converge on 5 November in Camden Town for an evening of discussions on aspects of and experiences with the Typhonian Current.
Due to venue considerations, the event’s location will not be published, and will be sent to those wishing to attend as demand or space allows. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for specifics if you wish to attend.
Starfire is republishing the Typhonian Trilogies, and you can find those currently available HERE