he red goddess takes you through a tale of sex, drugs and violence. This is an ecstatic journey through the unheard history of Babalon.
This is an explicit and challenging vision of a very modern goddess coming into power. From Revelations, back through the Ishtar Gate and forward into a living modern magickal current.
This is more than a history, it is a passionate account of living magick and the transcendent power of Love.
The epic sweep of the text takes us from Babylon to Jerusalem to Rome, and onwards to Apocalypse. It confronts us with the language and symbols of our own culture and the denied demonic feminine.
It looks at the Angelic work of renaissance mage John Dee and places it in a European eschatology. It delivers a devastating exegesis on the excesses of Aleister Crowley, and unlocks the secrets of Waratah Blossoms.
It explains the immolation of the Californian antichrist-superstar Jack Parsons and his relationship with scientology founder L.Ron Hubbard.
There is also a full supporting cast of Solomon, Simon Magus, St John the Divine, Earl Bothwell, the Templars, Mary, the Magdalene and countless others. This is the missing history of the Love Goddess in the West.
Thirteen essays conclude the book on subjects including: roses, mirror magick, bdsm, aphrodisiac drugs, the information age, love vs lust, and the meaning of apocalypse.
The Red Goddess is for anyone with blood in their veins, regardless of tradition, background or experience.
It is a love story, and a dangerous one at that.
Acclaimed, anticipated and finally available in in her third bibliotheque rouge incarnation.
Peter Grey is a devotee of Babalon and co-founder of Scarlet Imprint. His work also appears in Howlings, Devoted and XVI. He is an exponent of the antinomian and libertarian strand of the Western magical tradition. His work comes out of physical praxis, his path is one of ordeal, ecstasy, and Love. Much of his time is spent in the mountains following his devotional path. He has spoken internationally and contributed articles to many magickal journals.
cover art: Christopher Conn Askew