Alchemical Weddings publishes books under the Shin Publications imprint.
Our first publication was an English translation of the G.O.Mebes Tarot Majors course (published January 2020), which we followed up in April of the same year with the first English translation of the legendary Tarot Minors from the same occult school. On the Spring Equinox of 2021 we published The Magi & The Fool, an ‘Ark’ of occultism with valuable contributions from Mark Stavish, Paul Weston, Russell Yoder, Charles Salvo and others, together with the first English language publications of Vladirmir Shmakov’s Holy Book of Thoth. In November 2021 we published the first English language translation of The Solar Way by Nina Roudnikova, who initiated Valentin Tomberg into the great occult work of the Tarot Arcana.
The Myth & The Nine was our first foray into poetry. The Myth is an epic poem which seeks to establish a new mythology of Orion and the fall of Atlantis, as told through the eyes of Thalia, the muse of Comic and Lyric Poetry. The rip-roaring tale includes cameo pieces from the pantheon of Greek Gods as they are usurped by a resurgent Osiris who takes vengeance upon his enemy Apollo in the unfolding drama.The companion piece, The Nine, evokes the legend of Emperor Ashoka’s Nine Unknown Men as a Shaman challenges representatives of nine great world religions to ascend to heaven and return intact to tell the story. The Nine fulfill their mission but in doing so reveal an even greater Mystery which none of them can fathom.
The Tarot Majors and Minors courses are also available via IngramSparks. Tarot Majors ISBN: 978-1-9163365-3-7 / Tarot Minors ISBN: 978-1-9163365-1-3
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The Magi & The Fool is designed to be both a tribute and a gift: A tribute to the Masters, from time immemorial until the present day, who’ve served to inspire and shine light on the otherwise solitary path of the seeker; a gift for those who find themselves peering across the abyss for such lights, or stand looking back at the ocean from the refuge of safe shores, searching the distant horizon for memories of the crossing.