The Spider & The Green Butterfly — Updated, Uncensored, Unapologetic — Order Your Individually Numbered Copy Before They Sell Out
I hereby unveil The Spider & The Green Butterfly in updated, revised and uncensored Second Edition right now for you as a member of our newsletter.
You may place your order right now — but come back to read this letter in its entirety. It contains important facts about your ownership of The Spider grimoire!
My team and I have equipped ourselves to handle orders in advance. That said, we ask for your patience in their fulfillment over the holiday season. We normally estimate a two-week timeline but cannot guarantee how the United States Postal Service will affect this. Anyone can request their tracking number at our help desk once we have shipped their parcel.
We always emphasize safety first for these exquisite, rare, artistic, magickal books. We cushion each one in its own large jewelry bag to protect against scratches, then cushion the swaddled grimoire in either a cardboard box or bubble-wrapped mailer.
1. Knowledge Value
We adore books—everything from typing and proofreading, to printing and binding, to study and discussion. In fact, literature is our favorite art form, and we view our grimoires and spellbooks as contemporary fine art. Books distinguish themselves from painting, sculpture, and music in a very special way. Specifically, that they immortalize human knowledge; they carry extensive information forever; they eternalize human thought in the fullest way that a picture or song cannot. In this sense, a book possesses knowledge value.
2. Artistic Value
Our physical grimoires also possess artistic value. Four pioneer artists collaborated to create this Voodoo grimoire: (1) E.A. Koetting of the United States penned the knowledge, (2) Timothy of the USA edited and styled the physical book, (3) Asenath Mason of Poland designed the Loa veves, and (4) Adrián Fuentes of Uruguay illustrated the Loa spirits in human embodiment. The intricate page borders, imagery, paper stock, sewn binding, cover material, foil stamp, and ribbon bookmark all combine into a timeless masterpiece formulated by eight hands across the world. This grimoire transcends nationality and lives in the heart of humanity itself, thus the sentimental value becomes priceless—beyond the realm of price.
3. Economic Value
A third kind of value resides in these books: economic value. You may or may not care about this one, but allow us to clarify so that nobody can take advantage of you. Artwork of this nature is extremely scarce because only a certain fixed number of original prints will ever exist on earth for the rest of time. There are 7.4 billion humans and only 500 copies, which means that 1 out of 14.8 million people will ever own one. As years pass and the population increases exponentially, the economic value of these authentic prints tends to skyrocket. How much is an original John Dee grimoire of Enochiana worth? An Aleister Crowley original? I encourage you to care for your copy of this book in the same way that animal-lovers protect an endangered species of tiger or whale. Guard it. As a suggestion, consider an order of two or three copies so that you can damage one with wear and tear, save one in mint condition in a safe or library, and gift the third to a dear friend. This may sound melodramatic to you, but heed my counsel: in ten years, you will wish you did this!
You signed up for the newsletter for a reason, I genuinely encourage you to take full advantage of this book release. Let all the latecomers scramble for a copy in the future while you feel at peace over the winter festivities. Scalpers and secondary retailers have already pounced on these, so act right now!