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  • Author:
    Kenneth Grant
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    0952782499
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    978-0952782490
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    Starfire Pub. Ltd.; First Edition edition (2002)
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Kenneth Grant (23 May 1924 – 15 January 2011) was an English ceremonial magician and prominent advocate of the Thelemic religion.

Kenneth Grant (23 May 1924 – 15 January 2011) was an English ceremonial magician and prominent advocate of the Thelemic religion. Born in Ilford, Essex, Grant developed an interest in occultism and Asian religion during his teenage years

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In 1948, Kenneth Grant’s wife Steffi (they were married in 1946) wrote to Austin Osman Spare and the couple began an eight-year friendship with the artist. The bookseller Michael Houghton had already introduced Grant to Spare’s opus, The Book of Pleasure, and Spare elucidated his theories with letters and enclosures of manuscripts, with Kenneth acting as amanuensis.

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Starfire Publishing Ltd. 2002. The greatest kept secrets of the ages are revealed simply for newcomers and adepts alike!

The Ninth Arch is an ancient Masonic concept relating to the legend of the three Grand Masters engaged upon the erection of King . Kenneth Grant’s numerology may be suspect, his historical sources unreliable, but his poetical intuition is strangely prescient

The Ninth Arch is an ancient Masonic concept relating to the legend of the three Grand Masters engaged upon the erection of King Solomon’s Temples. After it was completed, the three deposited therein those things which were important to the craft, such as the arc of the covenant, a pot of manna, the rod of Aaron, the book of the law et. Inscribed about it was the lost or unutterable Word. Kenneth Grant’s numerology may be suspect, his historical sources unreliable, but his poetical intuition is strangely prescient.

Kenneth Grant - The Ninth Arch (2002). Kenneth Grant - The Ninth Arch (2002).

The Ninth Arch, comprising the Book of the Spider (OKBISh), is the final volume of a series of Trilogies which .

The Ninth Arch, comprising the Book of the Spider (OKBISh), is the final volume of a series of Trilogies which trace the emergence into historic times of an ancient body of occult doctrine known as the Typhonian Tradition. As Kenneth Grant describes it in The Ninth Arch : As already mentioned in the General Introduction to this book, the ritualists of New Isis Lodge utilized certain novels and stories as other magicians might use paintings or musical compositions to affect perichoresis and astral encounters.

In 1991, Skoob Books published Grant's Remembering Aleister Crowley, a volume containing his memoirs of Crowley alongside reproductions of diary . Kenneth Grant and the Typhonian Ordo Templi Orientis. Starr 2003, p. 324. ^ Starr 2003, p. 324; O'Neill 2011.

In 1991, Skoob Books published Grant's Remembering Aleister Crowley, a volume containing his memoirs of Crowley alongside reproductions of diary entries, photographs, and letters. In the next few years, Skoob reissued a number of Grant's earlier books, and in 1992 published the sixth volume in the Typhonian Trilogies, Hecate's Fountain, in which Grant provided many anecdotes about working.