There is a hurricane headed towards Vadge Moore presently, but have no fear… he is a Typhonian God!!!
Depending on the stars and the winds, Vadge intends to present a lecture at this year’s BLK Celebration. Please follow this page, and our Facebook event page for details as they develop.
Vadge Moore’s musical career started in the Bay-area music scene in the 1980’s. This eventually led to his joining The Dwarves in 1988.
Vadge started creating art to express his other literary and esoteric interests via his Chthonic Force project. CF saw collaborations with cultural architects Monte Cazazza and Boyd Rice, as well as other figures who balance entertainment with controversy such as Thomas Thorn and Peter Sotos.
This year’s BLK Celebration will be held in Orlando, FL on Nov 1 & 2. For details, please click HERE
Compiled and edited by Henrik Bogdan, Servants of the Star & the Snake is a collection of eighteen essays exploring the work of Kenneth and Steffi Grant.
Kenneth Grant: Servant-Satguru-Savant, by Martin P. Starr;
From Zos-Kia to the As-If: Kenneth Grant and Austin Osman Spare, by Michael Staley;
Advaita Vedanta in the Works of Kenneth Grant, by Henrik Bogdan;
Kenneth Grant and Lord Kusum Haranath, by Ruth Bauer;
From Central Africa to the Mauve Zone: Gerald Massey’s Influence on Kenneth Grant’s Idea of the Typhonian Tradition, by Christian Giudice;
Lam and the Typhonian Tradition, by Michael Staley;
Inside Outer Space, by Kyle Fite;
The Other Woman: Babalon and the Scarlet Woman in Kenneth Grant’s Typhonian Trilogies, by Manon Hedenborg-White;
The Nuclear Art of Steffi Grant, by Henrik Bogdan;
The Art of Darkness: Kenneth Grant and the Unity of the Soul, by Vadge Moore;
Kenneth Grant and Maat, by Nema;
Clarity versus Weirdness: A Vital Tension Within Magical Culture, by Ramsey Dukes;
Foundations of the Typhonian Trilogies, by Michael Staley;
Beyond Crowley: The Foundations of Sexual Magick, by Jan Fries;
Evocation of the Fire Snake: Kenneth Grant and Tantra, by Henrik Bogdan;
The Magic in Fiction, by Alistair Coombs;
The Role of H. P. Lovecraft in the Work of Kenneth Grant, by Stephen Dziklewicz;
Shakti in Chinatown, by Michael Bertiaux.
This launch event occurs during the BLK Celebration weekend, and is part of The Occult Bookstore’s Centennial celebration. All copies purchased at this event will include a signed and numbered certificate. Book contributors, including Michael Staley and Michael Bertiaux, will be present to sign copies.