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01-16-2013, 06:24 PM
I'm making an inquiry whether others, anyone, or know of one who has, read and experimented with Andrew Chumbley's One. Grimoire Of The Golden Toad?

01-16-2013, 07:02 PM
I really like Chumbley; and had the luck of working in creative projects with persons who were very close to him whilst he was alive.
I've read the Golden Toad...
I did find Chumbley's "Qutub" a thousand times more interesting and useful than the Golden Toad.

Again, I do like what he has done a lot... but probably "The Golden Toad" is, for me, the only one of his books that I didn't get at all (I thought it was probably too "localist"). So I assume I won't be of much help.

01-17-2013, 05:12 PM
I just finished reading it, it's good! although the pdf version I found had a few pages missing. . .

My favorite lines:
"Thus I heard and thus I saw. Meeting His
gaze I knelt... For the Devil's Master am
I, am I; the Devil's Master am I!

The Fire of Heaven swept down, through
Head, through Heart, to Heel. Thus came
the Power of the Witch at the Thirteenth
Knell of Time."

brilliant stuff that :)
But it's hard not to get lost in his story telling skills.

what interests you about this grimoire Krisztian?

edit: turns out the pages were just out of order. The version I read has 50 pages.