Ultraculture Journal One

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Ultraculture Journal One

Post by Anatha » Thu Mar 29, 2007 4:08 pm


Ultraculture Journal One is AVAILABLE NOW.

UC1 collects under one cover the most volatile and direct magickal writing currently available in the English language. It will change you at the cellular level. You have been forewarned.

6" x 9", 418 pages, perfect bound, $23.

This is the "Beta" edition as the publication is currently awaiting an ISBN and barcode for distribution on Amazon and in stores; it is available to purchase now without a barcode in what is sure to soon be a limited collector's item...

It is also available as a $10 shareware download.

This issue includes:

Genesis Breyer P-Orridge on the holographic Garden of Eden

Brion Gysin’s travelogue of his journey to Alamut, the citadel of the Assassins

Lalitanath and Shivanath on the Magick Path of Tantra

Jason Louv’s essential guide to Western magick

Peter-R. Koenig on the occult career of David Bowie

Beat legend Ira Cohen on John Dee and the Kumbh Mela, the biggest religious festival in the world

Dave Lowe and Hans Plomp travel across India’s mountains and rivers without end

The psychedelic rantings of Ganesh Baba, the world’s most tripped-out guru

Johnny Templar broadcasts live from the tomb of Christian Rosenkreutz

Mordant Carnival on working with Loki, the Man With the Tattered Smile

Elijah casts a Spell to Open the Sky

Joel Biroco on the “War on Terror”

Prince Charming interviews Tibetan Tantric Adept Monica Dechen Gyalmo

New fiction from Jason Louv

New lyrics from the late Jhonn Balance of Coil and Genesis Breyer P-Orridge

Treasure chests full of rituals, reviews and wish-granting genies

Cover by Nelson Evergreen

The first in a series, Ultraculture Journal promises to catalyze a twenty-first century actually worth living in.

Welcome to the psychedelic make-out party at the beginning of history.


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Post by RealityStudio » Fri Mar 30, 2007 7:24 am

Nice cover. Best of luck getting it out. For Burroughs readers, Gysin's article in the tome talks a little about WSB and Hassan Sabbah.
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