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An intuitive guide into a world of spirit possession, spontaneous choice, chaotic liberation and rebellion.
Surrealist texts, poetry, ritual and stories weave together to create a unique portal into another world of unlimited imagination, freedom, and obsession.
Written during the periods of 1998 to 2000 using spirit possession and trance states this book retains a certain organic flow that links all words and images together into one gateway to be entered through.
The secret keys are present, you only need the courage to enter.
This book is dedicated to all those who would traverse the unknown territories of the mind without hesitation and with a preternatural instinct.
Scott Ferry was born and raised in Los Angeles, growing up in the colorful chaos of the 80’s in the California subculture. He currently lives and works in Florida.
His writing stems from over 18 years of experimental Chaos Magick, Buddhist Tantra practice, and Runic sorcery and divination. Drawing on techniques of automatic writing and surreal cut-up he developed a powerful way to describe the primal elements and how to access them simply, effectively, and humorously through the medium of a multifarious feminine entity.
Scott also works as a visual artist. His early drawings being in black and white pen using a stipple dot technique. His artwork is inspired by spirits, ghosts, possession, hypnotic and trance states, other worlds, childhood, magick, subtle disturbances, and nightmarish reflections.


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Editions FrI
fissaly Montreal, Qc Canada
Editions FrI is an independent publisher located in the beautiful city of Montreal in Canada, focusing on publishing small edition artist books.

Publish Date  January 20, 2011

Dimensions  Small Square  120 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Poetry

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