H. P. Lovecraft: Flight
by Donald Tyson
The writer of horror stories, Howard
Phillips Lovecraft (1890—1937), was a man at war with himself. On
the conscious level he was a rationalist, a materialist, and toward the
end of his life, an atheist who rejected all forms of religion,
spirituality, magic, and mysticism as no more than rank superstitions.
Beneath the surface, however, Lovecraft’s mind was a chaos of fantastic
daydreams, horrifying nightmares, strange impulses, irrational fears,
and uncanny intuitions. These chaotic aspects of his deep mind intruded
themselves on his waking life in the form of obsessions that are too
numerous to list.
Occult scholar Donald Tyson discusses
Lovecraft's flight from madness—and how some of his finest works
resulted from it.
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By Lon Milo Duquette
A Notorious Magician’s
True Stories and Authentic Magical Theory
Take a fascinating journey into the life of one of the most respected,
sought-after, and renowned magicians alive today: Lon Milo DuQuette. In
this follow-up to his popular autobiography, My Life with the Spirits
tells how a friend was cursed by a well-known foreign filmmaker and how
they removed that curse with a little help from Shakespeare. He
explains how, as a six-year-old, he used the Law of Attraction to get a
date with Linda Kaufman, the most beautiful girl in first grade.
DuQuette also reveals the ins and outs of working with demons and
provides a compelling account of performing an exorcism at a private
Catholic high school. As entertaining as they are informative, the true
stories in this memoir contain authentic magical theory and invaluable