Review of the "Book of Azazel" by Boris Balkan


#1

Boris Balkan, a respected bibliophile and occult book collector reviews the Special Reserve Edition of the “Book of Azazel” in his recent entry on his blog:

http://balkansarcanebindings.blogspot.gr/2013/11/the-book-of-azazel-grimoire-of-damned.html


#2

Wow, that black light part was awesome, I wonder if there is anything like that in the Complete Works.


#3

Awesome find! Very Creative.


#4

Unfortunately it does not, however within the SR Book Of Azazel, the images are “ghastly” and hard to heard sometime. This seems to be the only print of Koetting’s I’ve had that contains this ink.

There are plenty of tools to immense power in that book even without a black light.

Best of Luck,
-Frater Apotheosis


#5

Unfortunately it does not, however within the SR Book Of Azazel, the images are “ghastly” and hard to heard sometime. This seems to be the only print of Koetting’s I’ve had that contains this ink.

There are plenty of tools to immense power in that book even without a black light.

Best of Luck,
-Frater Apotheosis[/quote]

Well that just saved me from buying a black light box. :slight_smile:


#6

Lol Boris Balkan


#7

Please tell me someone else gets that reference?


#8

Yes, The Ninth Gate.


#9

Better yet. The Club Dumas which is what The Ninth Gate is base on.


#10

I haven’t that book yet, is it better than the movie?


#11

I picked it up this week, I hear its fantastic.