Complete list of our titles

Rebecca Wilby

Gareth Knight

Alan Richardson

Gareth Knight

Rebecca Wilby

Wendy Berg

Hugh Fox

Daniel Staniforth

Gareth Knight

Gareth Knight

Margaret Randall

Alan Richardson and Marcus Claridge

William G. Gray

Hugh Fox

Gareth Knight

Edited by John Matthews and Denise Sallee

Will Alexander

Editors: Jo Clark and Alan Richardson

Daniel Staniforth

Gareth Knight

Margaret Lumley Brown

Gareth Knight

Basil King

Anthony Duncan

Gareth Knight / Rebecca Wilby

Gareth Knight

Hugh Fox

Mike Harris

Richard Froude

Gareth Knight

Alan Richardson

Dee Sunshine

Wendy Berg

edited by Gareth Knight

Peregrin Wildoak

Kirk Marshall

Rikki Ducornet

Gareth Knight

Iain Sinclair

Gareth Knight

Steve Blamires

Gordon Strong

Anthony Duncan

Garry Craig Powell

Martin Anderson

Gordon Strong

Chris Hill

Steve Blamires

Gareth Knight

Gareth Knight

Anthony Duncan

Will Alexander

Joseph Noble

Daniel Staniforth

edited with translations by Gareth Knight

Gareth Knight

Patrick Harpur

Steve Blamires

Nick Farrell

Elizabeth Guerra & Janet Farrar

Iain Sinclair

Michael S. Judge

Gordon Strong

edited by Gareth Knight

Edited and explained by Gareth Knight, this book contains the full text of the original Rite of Isis and Rite of Pan which formed the basis for Dion Fortune’s Moon Magic, The Goat-Foot God, and The Sea Priestess. Further archive material elucidates the practical magical principles found in The Winged Bull, supplemented by several articles written by Dion Fortune in the 1930s which shed further light on the practical content of her novels. LIMITED EDITION HARDBACK.

edited by Gareth Knight

Edited and explained by Gareth Knight, this book contains the full text of the original Rite of Isis and Rite of Pan which formed the basis for Dion Fortune’s Moon Magic, The Goat-Foot God, and The Sea Priestess. Further archive material elucidates the practical magical principles found in The Winged Bull, supplemented by several articles written by Dion Fortune in the 1930s which shed further light on the practical content of her novels.  PAPERBACK.

Gareth Knight with Anthony Duncan

Gareth Knight muses on the esoteric resonances resulting from his unlikely friendship with the Reverend Anthony Duncan. Their intellectual sharing of ideas led to Duncan’s The Christ, Psychotherapy and Magic and Knight’s Experience of the Inner Worlds, which have become companion texts of esoteric Christianity often read and taught together. The book will delight admirers of both authors with its intertextual interplay as well as a fresh exploration of the differences and similarities between a cleric and an occultist.

Alan Richardson (foreword by Sting)

“This is the story of one man who served throughout the Great War, at the very front of the Fronts in the most brutal battles in history, and achieved that most astonishing feat of all – he survived. His name was George Matthew Richardson. He won the Military Medal and Bar and was nominated for the Distinguished Conduct Medal, yet was completely forgotten by his country, his clan, his hometown and – almost – his own family.”

Gareth Knight

Potent medieval faery lore and hidden goddess traditions for the 21st century. Gareth Knight explores and reveals the hidden mystery of the Faery Melusine, a major figure in medieval French lore and legend. Through vivid interpretation of original source texts, he shows that the Melusine story is a powerful initiatory legend emerging from the deeply transformative Faery Tradition of ancient Europe. Furthermore he demonstrates how such legends manifest as history.

Rupert Copping

The Arayana are an indigenous people descended from an ancient empire living contentedly in the remote mountain forests. With scant knowledge of the outside modernising world they cling to their ancestral traditions and seek to pass on the wisdom of their elders undisturbed.  Before the Dawn is their story, a story of drama, intrigue, foreboding, and the painful invasion of a group consciousness, beautifully rendered by landscape painter Rupert Copping.

Gareth Knight

A series of essays covering a wide spectrum of knowledge and experience, whose underlying theme is to show how our daily lives can be made a training ground for adepthood. It explains the different kinds of meditation and how to find the right esoteric teachers. Essays on the Tree of Life explain the evolution of modern esoteric Qabalah and how it has evolved from an image of God to a map of the created universe. The philosophy of Coleridge and its relevance for today is followed by a chapter on bridging the gap between psychology and occultism, with examples from the life of Dion Fortune and the 'ghost' of her Sea Priestess.

Rebsie Fairholm

Rebsie Fairholm gives clear and practical instructions for how to make seeds from potato berries, how to cross different varieties, how to choose which ones to experiment with, and how to keep your newly created varieties growing into the future. She gives examples from her own experiences with all kinds of potatoes, from ordinary garden varieties to historic Scottish heirlooms and rare Andean landraces, and explores the different colour possibilities, from orange flesh to purple flesh.

William G. Gray

An encyclopaedic and systematic analysis of the 22 Paths of the Qabalistic Tree of Life and the archetypal principles underlying them in each of the ‘four worlds’. It includes a detailed and comprehensive study of the symbolism of the Tarot, and offers an alternative method of allocating the Major Arcana to the Paths in place of the commonly used Golden Dawn system. It also shows how the Western alphabet can be applied to the Tree as a viable alternative to Hebrew letters. This book is a priceless reference work for the serious Qabalah student who has already studied the ten Sephiroth and is looking to move on to the Paths.

Fiona Macleod (edited by Steve Blamires)

Fiona Macleod opened up the glamour of the Celtic Otherworld with ancient songs, poems and proverbs that had never before been presented to the English-speaking peoples south of the Scottish Highlands. She was a darling of late Victorian literature and earnestly courted by the fin-de-siècle ‘Celtic Twilight’ movement. Only after her ‘death’ in 1905 was it revealed that all the works attributed to her were penned by the art and literary critic William Sharp. This collection, edited and selected by Sharp’s biographer Steve Blamires, contains some of her more important, curious and obscure pieces.

Michael Howard (illustrated by Gemma Gary)

A ‘gramarye’ distinctly for those who aspire to the ‘Old Craft.’ Cauldron editor Michael Howard elucidates important elements of the Traditional Craft, including preparation rituals, tools of ‘the Arte,’ fellowship of the coven and the casting of circles, finally taking us through the ‘Great Wheel of the Year’ and the assortment of sacred rites as performed within. The seasonal rituals are based on traditional witchcraft and folklore sources and have been specially written for this book. Includes beautiful artwork by Gemma Gary.

William G. Gray

William G. Gray demonstrates the continuing relevance of age-old seasonal ritual practice in modern society and explains its purpose. The actions of the rites are performed in a circle which symbolises the cosmic course, the magical practices consisting of music, movement, meditation and meaning. Detailed scripts are given for conducting the quarterly rites of Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, with complete texts of the chants, songs and invocations for each season.

Paul Sédir – translated by Gareth Knight

Written over a 25 year period by the French mystic and occultist Paul Sédir, this unique book follows the ‘initiations’, both occult and mystical, of a Paris doctor and his strange friend Andreas, nuanced by the enigmatic background presence of Theophane, the true healer. Presented in a deceptively simple narrative form, it distils and encodes a lifetime’s esoteric and mystical knowledge in a way which serves as a very real initiation for the perceptive reader.

Pierre Joris

Breccia is an inspired grouping of poems from celebrated poet, translator, anthologist and essayist, Pierre Joris.  After a limited initial publication by Station Hill/Guernica, this wonderful collection will finally be available once again.

Alan Richardson

For those wild fey souls who are wearied by the spiritual tyranny and tedious minutiae of the Holy Grail, the great du Lac with his heart of diamond and heart of wax can show that there is always Another Way. A warm and compelling novel from the author of On Winsley Hill and The Fat Git.

Diana Durham

Jessica, an ardent but unfulfilled activist, joins a tour of megalithic sites hoping to find renewal from relationship burn-out and a sterile work environment. The characters on the tour are a good cross-section of the way ‘new age’, occult and mystical threads got grafted on to the more intellectual or ‘respectable’ British stock, throwing up eccentric cameos of people and comic situations. The mysterious atmosphere of the stones and her growing attraction for the charismatic tour leader builds to a final shamanic climax in the wilds of West Penwith, Cornwall.

Anthony Duncan

Anthony Duncan openly and frankly examines the experience of communication with “extra-terrestrial" contacts, and the leaps of faith and mutual acceptance on which such contact depends. He considers that there is a common, underlying dynamic which is prompting an increasing pattern of visitations. But who or what are these visitors? Do they come from elsewhere in our Universe or from another Universe altogether? Do they travel here across space or by a shift of wavelength? And how do they fit into the pattern set by the Incarnation of Christ?

Ronan Coghlan

While examining various belief traditions across Europe and the United States, The Fairy Realm consults an assemblage of anecdotal evidence as to the existence of fairies and other creatures that appear in fairy tales – giants, ogres, trolls, mermaids, brownies, wildmen, kelpie, puca and other mythological beings. Ronan Coghlan examines an array of alleged fairy sightings in a bold endeavour to find where fairies fit into the modern scientific concepts of the universe.

The Magical Letters of William G. Gray to Alan Richardson

Gray’s letters, witty, ascerbic and blunt, contain a wealth of hints and tips on working with Qabalah, his views on Dion Fortune, sex magic, initiation, joining magical groups, and how to stay on the straight and true path to Light regardless of what life flings at you. How does free-will relate to Destiny? Why do many great Adepts behave like idiots if they’re in contact with Higher Powers? Is sex incompatible with a spiritual path? The letters are a delight to read and show the humour and understanding which shine through Gray’s famously unsentimental character.

Théophile Briant (translated by Gareth Knight)

Originally published in French, this evocative esoteric novel follows the life and work of Merlin as the founder of the Round Table fellowship, his return of Excalibur to the Lake, his safe conduct of Arthur to Avalon, his liaison with Viviane and the Faery powers in the Forest of Broceliande, and the resuscitation of his disciple Adragante in the Cauldron of Keridwen – leading to an extraordinary initiation sequence for the young knight.