Cult of the Spiral Dawn

This paperback edition contains a bonus short story, 'Cast a Hungry Shadow', available in print for the first time.

Cult of the Spiral Dawn

Intrigue and horror abound in a tale of dark cults and the corrupting power of false faith. The galaxy is vast, and worship of the God-Emperor by His faithful takes many forms. The Spiral Dawn is one of the countless sanctioned sects of the Imperial cult. When a gathering of Spiralytes makes their holy pilgrimage to the sect’s home world, Redemption, instead of the haven of enlightenment they are expecting, they find a soot-choked hellhole where their order’s founders and an unorthodox regiment of Astra Militarum maintain an uneasy coexistence. As tensions between the pilgrims and the superstitious Guardsmen mount, the new arrivals begin to unravel the dark secrets concealed at the heart of their faith... This paperback edition contains a bonus short story, 'Cast a Hungry Shadow', available in print for the first time.

Requiem Infernal

Great new novel featuring the battle sisters of the Adepta Sororitas.

Requiem Infernal

On a distant world, an obscure order of the Adepta Sororitas study their founder's visions. They live in solitude… which is about to be broken as danger approaches. The Adepta Sororitas of the Last Candle have stood vigil over their sanctuary world for centuries, striving to decipher their founder's tormented visions. Outsiders are unwelcome… yet still they come. Decimated by an encounter with a lethal xenos entity, the survivors of an elite Astra Militarum company have journeyed to the Candleworld in search of healing, escorted by a woman who is no stranger there – Sister Hospitaller Asenath Hyades, who turned her back on the order decades ago. As the seekers near the sect's bastion, malign forces begin to stir among the planet's storm-wracked spires, but the most insidious shadows lie in their own souls.

Shas o

The alien tau believe it is their manifest destiny to rule the stars.

Shas o


Book of Secrets

The brothers of the cult identified each other by use of a secret symbol, a
fourarmed spiral set in a circle, the symbolic ... their fellow men from the
oppression of outside forces, the Children of Dawn found their worshippers
dwindling in number, ...

Book of Secrets

IT'LL TAKE MORE THAN ANGELS AND DEMONS TO STOP HIM. Reporter Spencer Finch is embroiled in the hunt for a missing book, encountering along the way cat burglars and mobsters, hackers and mysterious monks. At the same time, he's trying to make sense of the legacy left him by his late grandfather, a chest of what appear to be pulp magazines from the golden age of fantasy fiction. Finch gradually uncovers a mystery involving secret societies, generations of masked vigilantes - and an entire hidden history of mankind.

The Kingdom of the Occult

ings in The Witch-Cult in Western Europe (1921) of the accused Witches
executed did not recant belief in Witchcraft ... “Burning Times” (referring to the
Witchcraft held during medieval times) and published her God ofthe Witches (
1933). ... 1985) authored The Golden Dawn, a work that revealed Many consider
Regardie's The Golden Dawn to foundational work on magic. ... author (The
Spiral and The Fifth Sacred Thing) and seminar speaker. founder the Dance
Doreen Valiente (d.

The Kingdom of the Occult

The timely follow up to Dr. Martin's "The Kingdom of the Cults," takes his comprehensive knowledge and dynamic teaching style and forges a strong weapon against the world of the Occult.

The Emblems of James Reaney

this music in our ears, then, from the spiral 'belly' shape in 'The Riddle, we leap to
the spiralling, singing Windlady'. . For a recent account of the origins and
influence of the Cult of the Sacred Heart, see Jonas. . Readers who cannot resist
could find a place to begin at http://www.orderofthegoldendawn.org/. . Reaney
stated ...

The Emblems of James Reaney

The literary emblem can trace its roots back to sixteenth-century English collections, which sought to reconcile classical philosophy with Christian doctrine. Consisting of images and verses, emblems challenged readers to use their wit and knowledge to deduce the connection between the visual and the textual. In The Emblems of James Reaney, former Reaney student and professor Thomas Gerry draws on his own considerable wit and knowledge to help readers understand the myth, mystery and meaning behind ten literary emblems, published in 1972 as ‘Two Chapters from an Emblem Book’ by poet, playwright and painter James Reaney. Gerry conducts an exhaustive investigation of the ‘magnetic arrangement’ that links each emblem with some of Reaney’s best-known fiction, poetry, drama and painting. His detailed analysis of the visual and verbal aspects of each emblem draws on alchemy, biblical mythology and Haitian voodoo. By referring to the influence and inspiration that Reaney drew from William Blake, Edmund Spenser, Northrop Frye and Carl Jung, Gerry reveals the overall cycle of meaning behind the emblems and shows how Reaney marries the opposing concepts of art and experience into a unified artistic vision. The Emblems of James Reaney presents a fascinating organizational scheme within which to study some of Reaney’s most beloved works, encouraging readers to frolic in the playbox of Reaney’s imagination and to revisit his work – and Canadian literature – with new eyes.

The Taste of Champagne Urge

The gradation spiral continued until they lost total respect for themselves and
their families. ... On other occasions, the ESU would have well publicized 'Dawn
Raids' which more often than not turned out to be ... At times, when the UFO's Cult
-Induced Post/Zip Code Wars gangs and their members were caught, the
grieving ...

The Taste of Champagne Urge

“... it will be a ‘Number 1 Book Seller’ around the world” -Dawn Gobourne- Librarian, Marcus Garvey Library, London “The Taste of Champagne Urge by Lyndon Walters . . . needs to be given credit for attempting an unusual concept . . . The central plot is dreamt up by two brains. . . The identity of the person in whose head the two brains reside, is a mystery almost till the very end of the novel .The author’s aim with this book is to analyze human behavior . . . definitely worth a read and I would recommend it to all readers”. -Online Book Club “What a fantastic work by Lyndon Walters! I do honestly believe that this huge piece of writing would be turned to a futuristic movie series . . . put together in one of the clearest contrast of writing in relating complex ideas and stories . . . what a perfect way to narrate a story about Man, Love, Relationship, Politics and Ruler- ship in a dramatic and futuristic symbolism”. -Godson Azu - Writer and Commentator, BenTV/Freevoiceradio London “Lyndon Walters debut novel is an unputdownable epic of gargamtuan proportions literally and literarily . . . a plot and diversions that take you on a rollercoaster of a narrative that is relentless in its grip . . . To capture what its all about in a précis would be like unlocking the secret of the universe in a sentence . . . Cannot recommend it enough”. -Dotun Adebayo BBC Radio “The author effectively creates an alternate reality and through it challenges the audience to explore the things they often take for granted . . . he cleverly creates a complex and complicated narrative and elevates the genre into one that will resonate with audiences of all stripes . . . several similar books have been adapted and produced into films to both critical and financial successes including The Matrix and Cloud Atlas . . . audiences around the world will one day enjoy The Taste of Champagne Urge”. -Lawrence Koster – Hollywood Treatment Film Screen Writer

Lords and Tyrants

Contains the following stories; Argent by Chris Wraight Lucius: Pride and Fall by Ian St Martin Whispers by Alec Worley The Battle for Hive Markgraaf by Justin D Hill A Brother's Confession by Robbie MacNiven Rise by Ben Counter Flayed by ...

Lords and Tyrants

Many are the horrors of the 41st Millennium, from alien tyrants to dark lords in the grip of Chaos. But arrayed against them are champions of humanity, who fight to defend all that is good in the galaxy. Wracked by the ravages of war, the galaxy has known no peace for untold millennia. To exist is to fight. To thrive is to conquer. Once-proud worlds lie in ruins at the hands of traitorous warlords and vile alien despots. Cowed by the unstoppable march of the Ruinous Powers, humanity stands on the precipice of oblivion. All hope is banished. Yet, there are many who take up arms against these horrors. Noble heroes of the Imperium sally forth to do battle while enigmatic Inquisitors explore the shadowy secrets of this benighted era. In the terror of the 41st Millennium, righteous lords and iron-willed tyrants clash to decide who is worthy of inheriting the galaxy.

The Cult of the Child in Minor American Fiction of the Nineteenth Century

Look at the flower of a morning - glory the evening before the dawn which is to
see it unfold . The delicato petals are twisted into a spiral , which at the appointed
hour , when the sunlight touches the hidden springs of its life , will uncoil itself
and ...

The Cult of the Child in Minor American Fiction of the Nineteenth Century


Literature of the 1920s

She was by the time of her induction into the Gurdjieff cult already too ill to
continue writing, which means that we find no trace of the doctrine in her work. ...
his studies of William Blake's Prophetic Books and his enrolment into the
Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn in the late 1880s. ... The master-pattern of A
Vision is given by the gyre: a sixteenthcentury term for a spiral, as in the shape of
a whirlpool or ...

Literature of the 1920s

The first general account of Twenties literature in Britain