The Song of Set

Judith Page (Revised by) Alan Richardson (Foreword by)


You can read the lovely words in this book by my friend Judith Page. Set no longer roams Egypt. Maybe it was Crowley that set him free by seeing Him as the emblem of the "Fire and Force" ShT. Or maybe it was my fellow Texan Robert E. Howard who used as a symbol of all things dark and mysterious that Conan fought against. Or maybe it was Kenneth Grant and Gregorious in 1955 who declared that Set-Typhon was the God of the Age. Or maybe it was Anton LaVey who said the Children of Set shall see a certain dark sun in the sky. Or maybe it was Michael a. Aquino who Received the word of Self-Creation Xeper from Set in 1975. Anyway He's back. And He is hated by the stupid death-worshippers that hated Him before, and He is Beloved by the Wise. He is the God of magicians and mad artists and (rather clearly in this slim book) great poets. If you have known Him long, you will love this book. If you have never met Him - I suspect you may have some interesting dreams soon. One may enjoy this book as you would any other book of poems. But if you really want to taste it - read it by candlelight on the night of the dark Moon. You may be surprised at Who comes to Visit after you blow out your candle and see the starlight streaming in your window. Judith Page is a strong and dark poet, whose words should be savoured. Or she is a mighty Sorceress whose words if read in the dark, to the Dark will Open a certain Door. For both readers of modern poetry and the friends of the God called the First Magician (Ur Heka) I recommend this Song. Don Webb -- Author of Overthrowing the Old Gods

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Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publish Date
February 06, 2015
5.9 X 0.4 X 8.9 inches | 0.45 pounds
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About the Author

Alan Richardson is Professor of English at Boston College.