Anthology Softcover 535 pages 23 x 16 cm Texts in English   New       EUR 34 ORDER

Genesis P-Orridge, Thee Psychick Bible, Feral House, 2009

“It has been a revelation and become very thrilling for me to see 30 years+ of social, ritual and communal explorations consensed into what we feel may become the most profound new manual on 'practical magick' taking from its Crowleyn level of liberation and empowerment of the Individual to a next level of realization that magick must then give back to its environment, its community, become about liberation and empowerment to change this 'world' and evolve our humanE species.“
                    – Genesis Breyer P-Orridge        


THEE PSYCHICK BIBLE: Thee Apocryphal Scriptures ov Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and Thee Third Mind ov Thee Temple ov Psychick Youth is 544 pages in length, with basic texts, documents, illustrations, photographs and new commentaries  regarding Thee Temple ov Psychick Youth (TOPY), the most influential magickal commune of the '80s and '90s.

TOPY will be remembered for its crucial influence on youth culture throughout the ’80s and ’90s, popularizing occult investigations, tattooing, body piercing, acid house raves, and other ahead-of-the-curve cultic flirtations and investigations. Its leader was Genesis P-Orridge, co-founder of Psychick TV and Throbbing Gristle, the band that created the industrial music genre.

Source Book, Periodical Third Edition 245 pages 29 x 21 cm   Good condition       EUR 25 ORDER

Simon Dwyer (ed.), Rapid Eye #1, Creation Books, 1996

In this issue: Kathy Acker - William S. Burroughs - Brion Gysin - Derek Jarman - Jim Jones - Aleister Crowley - Austin Spare - Psychic TV- Charles Manson - Hubert Selby - Colin Wilson - Alchemy - Neoism - Tattoos & Piercing

Painters, cyberpunks, dog-boys, mad scientists, occultists, neoists, performance artists, film-makers, writerss, leopard-girls and voodoo horsemen. Hacking into the new virtual geography, where time and space do not exist, but where thought survives, as in art. In this age of transition and sensory overload, new ideas and organisations of perception form. To be marginalised, misunderstood, ignored, reviled. But melancholy can fuel creation. Imagination can replace fantasy. Hope can overcome fear. Different interpretations of the past and fresh approaches to art and technology can ensure the evolution and refinement of the perception of everyday life. In the virtual universe, there is no death.

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