The Art of The Occult
Microcosm Publishing

The Art of The Occult

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Explore this unique, vast retrospective of mystical art from tenth century monks to  present day practitioners and find yourself in awe of the magical connections in otherwise pedestrian art forms. Divided into sections of intent and disciplines, this singular compilation touches on ancient mythology, sacred geometry, Kabbalistic summoning, the Hermetic tradition, and more while presenting a feast of gorgeous, full color art prints. 


  • Hardcover with beautiful, full color reprints
  • 240 pages including index, references, etc.
  • Authored by S. Elizabeth, 7" x 9"   


Portland's most colorful, authentic, and empowering publishing house and distributor, Microcosm Publishing & Distribution is a vertically integrated publishing house that equips readers to make positive changes in their lives and in the world around them. Microcosm emphasizes skill-building, showing hidden histories, and fostering creativity through challenging conventional publishing wisdom with books and zines about DIY skills, food, bicycling, gender, self-care, and social justice. Microcosm was started by Joe Biel in his bedroom as a distro and record label in 1996 and is now among the oldest independent book publishing houses in Portland, OR. Microcosm focuses on relating the experiences of what it's like to be a marginalized person and strives to be recognized for spirit, creativity, and value. All books are printed in the U.S. on post-consumer papers, and the company doubles the industry average in number of women authors and prioritizes hiring of special needs employees. Microcosm constantly poses the question “How can we remove barriers to success for marginalized people in our industry?”

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