Nothing but a Pack of Cards is now Available!

Nothing but a pack of cards
Nothing But a Pack of Cards by S. Rune Emerson

We’re excited to announce that Nothing But a Pack of Cards by S. Rune Emerson is now available.

In this handbook on the practice of sorcery using tarot cards, S. Rune Emerson utilizes the Rider Waite-Smith tradition of tarot art to teach the myriad practices of the Art Magical.

Included in this book are:

A modern look at sorcery through the eyes of the Rider Waite-Smith tarot cards and their derivatives, including laws and fundamentals of magic, and how magic actually works.

An explanation of the twelve categories of commonly cast spells, the six kinds of magical initiation and quickening, and the four great tenets of a sorcerer’s philosophy, all encoded within the Major Arcana.

Methods and ritual practices which help you employ the basic principles of sorcery, and learn how to become a sorcerer.

A series of spells and techniques crafted from the study of the Pip and Court cards, as well as appendices on group work and ritual tokens.

And more!

Any magician, whether long-experienced or just beginning, will find unique and useful information in these pages. If you want to learn how to use that tarot deck for more than just card games and fortune telling, this book is for you.

Necromantra by Philip Emery is now available!

Necromantra by Philip Emory
Necromantra by Philip Emory

Necromantra by Philip Emory is now available!

A revised edition of Philip Emery’s strange and wonderful science fantasy novel, including a new story ‘Kafka’s Terrace’.

In the Hundred, the working folk are kept in order by the masters who administrate the various mills, pits and manufactories. Strict records are kept in town halls, every death certified despite a crushing mortality. However, the old grim certainties face a new threat with the arrival of the necromancers – dark-skinned pilgrims who, by the chant of a strange mantra, are able to raise the recently dead, thus throwing the immaculate records of the town halls into chaos.

In retaliation, the masters appoint a number of rectifiers to each town. Reviled and feared by most of the Hundred, their job is to ‘re-decease’ the ‘discrepancies’, as the risen are labelled.