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Pan's Daughter: The Magical World of Rosaleen Norton
Revised and expanded edition
Publisher: Mandrake Books, Oxford, to be published early 2013
During the 1950s and early 1960s the Sydney-based trance-artist and Pan-worshipper, Rosaleen Norton, was well known in Australia
as ‘the Witch of Kings Cross’ and was frequently
portrayed in the tabloid press as an evil ‘devil-worshipping’
figure from the red-light district. Norton attracted attention from
both the public at large and also the local police for engaging in
bizarre pagan sex-rituals with her lover, the poet Gavin Greenlees.
Details of these activities would surface from time to time in the local
courts when Norton was defending her metaphysical beliefs
and seeking to defuse claims that her magical paintings and drawings were
obscene. Norton was also associated with the scandal that eventually engulfed
the professional career of renowned musical conductor, Eugene (later, Sir
Eugene) Goossens who had arrived in Australia in 1947 and became a member
of Norton’s magical coven six years later.
Norton dedicated her magical practice to the Great God Pan and to a
lesser extent Hecate, Lilith and Lucifer. She was also intrigued by the visionary
potential of Kundalini yoga, out-of-the-body trance exploration and Aleister
Crowley’s Thelemic sex magick and combined all of these elements in her ritual
Pan’s Daughter is the only authoritative biography of Rosaleen Norton and provides the most
detailed account of her magical beliefs and practices. First published in Britain by Mandrake
in 1993, it is now reissued in a revised and expanded edition.
“Brilliantly researched...outrageous and inspiring”
Fiona Horne, author of Witch – A Personal Journey and Witch – A Magickal
"Rosaleen Norton died over thirty years ago but remains a strong and powerful presence within the Australian magical community. Her art, hardly commercially successful in its day, still produces the same potent resonance and awareness of the otherworld as it did at her zenith. And Pan’s Daughter by Nevill Drury remains the only meaningful study not simply of her life, but also her magical life. It is therefore a delight to read a revised and expanded version of this wonderful book." Magic of the Ordinary
Note to readers: Articles on Rosaleen Norton may also be found on this website
Pathways in Modern Western Magic -
Edited by Nevill Drury
Publisher: Concrescent Press, USA (published September 15, 2012)
This exciting multi-authored volume provides a fascinating overview of the many different pathways that help define esoteric belief and practice in modern Western magic. Included here are chapters on the late 19th century Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, the influential Thelemic doctrines of Aleister Crowley, and the different faces of the Universal Goddess in Wicca and the pagan traditions. Also included are chapters on Neo-shamanism in Europe and the United States – and an account of how these traditions have in turn influenced the rise of techno-shamanism in the West. Additional features of this collection include insider perspectives on Seidr oracles, hybridised Tantra, contemporary black magic, the Scandinavian Dragon Rouge and Chaos magic in Britain – as well as profiles of the magical artists Ithell Colquhoun, Austin Osman Spare and Rosaleen Norton.
Nikki Bado * Jenny Blain * Nevill Drury * Dave Evans * Amy Hale *
Phil Hine * Lynne Hume * Marguerite Johnson * Thomas Karlsson *
James R. Lewis * Libuše Martínková * Robert J. Wallis * Don Webb *
Dominique Beth Wilson * Andrei A. Znamenski
The Shaman’s Quest
Publisher: Moon Books UK
We are all intrigued by the enigmatic figure of the shaman - the healer, magician and visionary who moves between the everyday world and the realm of gods and spirits. The shaman represents the most ancient spiritual tradition of all, and reminds us that the universe is alive with hope and possibility - that the gods and goddesses guide our every action.
The Shaman’s Quest describes the spiritual journeys of four shamans from different corners of the world - the arctic snows of Canada, the central Australian desert, the sacred mountains of Japan, and the forests of north-western South America.
From the North comes the tale of the Inuit shaman Enoyuk and his magical adventures with different gods and spirit-helpers. In the South we enter the world of the Aboriginal elder Kalu, with his sacred desert Dreamings, and in the East we meet Saimei, a Japanese shamaness who lives in a world of kami spirits. And in the West we encounter Baiya, a shaman from the Amazonian forest who undertakes visionary journeys so he may perform tasks of spiritual healing. In The Shaman’s Quest these four shamans finally come together at the mythic 'centre of the world', and it is a very special purpose which has brought them here - for they have come to witness the healing of the Earth.
This book is for anyone who wishes to undertake an inspirational and visionary journey of the spirit. By exploring universal themes of spiritual renewal, The Shaman’s Quest shows us how we can all find the Great Song of Life and learn to value the sacred qualities of Nature and the Universe.
"Many of the great spiritual truths are conveyed in stories….This poetic, useful and worthwhile work could become a classic."
Publisher's Weekly, New York
"The Shaman’s Quest speaks to me of dreams, longings and the call of ancient wisdoms, for the re-enchantment of the world and healing of the bewildered human heart." Ann Faraday, author of Dream Power and The Dream Game
"Every person has a place within the wellspring of their being that is sacred and holy. The Shaman's Quest ignites a potent awakening of these inner, ancient and mystical spaces… and life is much the richer for it."
Denise Linn, author of Sacred Space
"This beautifully written and informative book opens the door to the world of the shaman. Reading it, we learn that our lives cannot but be enriched by knowing this path."
Joan Halifax Roshi, author of Shamanic Voices and Shaman: The Wounded Healer
"With this quartet of mythic stories, Nevill Drury has turned the shaman’s journey into a cautionary tale about the protection of the environment, and given it a millennial twist. It is the perfect spiritual companion to The Sacred Balance by the renowned environmentalist David Suzuki."
Rachael Kohn, ABC Radio National
"Most books that I get to review are about magic, or paganism, or druidry. Most stories are just stories. I read this book in one sitting, and it left me with the hairs standing up on the backs of my arms... This book is not about shamanism. It is shamanism. It is not a story about magic, it is an act of magic that will get under your skin, work on your soul, and send shivers of inspiration and possibility through your body. It is also a story of hope." Nimue Brown/feynimue, Druid Network, druidnetwork.org
"It's the language that keeps me turning the pages. It fleshes a memory in the cells of my body, and resonates with something earthy and noble. And I like it. If the Bible had been written in such a soulful way I would still be reading it." Phyllida Anam-Aire, A Celtic Priestess
|The Varieties of Magical Experience: Indigenous, Medieval, and Modern Magic
(co-authored with Dr Lynne Hume)
Publisher: Praeger (hardcover edition to be published 31 January 2013)
This comprehensive volume examines magic in all its aspects. Through detailed case studies, verbatim accounts of personal experiences, and first-hand experience from the authors' own active participation in many alternative religious rituals and ceremonies, this unique book reveals how magic can be a universal phenomenon that crosses cultural, historical, and spatial boundaries.
The work is organized in five sections that embrace several broad themes: indigenous magical and shamanic practices; medieval witchcraft; sorcery and hermetic magic; and contemporary Western magical practices, including the role of sexuality, trance, and meditation. The introductory section explores the idea of magic, other realities, and the employment of all the senses, while the final section discusses contemporary issues of ecology and cybermagic.
The authors give voice to the powerful emotions and feelings that result from a magical encounter, providing engaging and accessible information to general readers, while those well versed in the opaque world of magic and occultism, consciousness studies, and imaginal and disembodied realms will appreciate the book's content at a deeper level.
|Stealing Fire from Heaven: The Rise of Modern Western Magic
Publisher: Oxford University Press, New York (published March 2011)
The Western magical traditions are currently undergoing an international resurgence. In Stealing Fire from Heaven, Nevill Drury offers an overview of the modern occult revival and seeks to explain this growing interest in ancient magical belief systems.
Gnosticism and the Hermetica, the medieval Kabbalah, Tarot and Alchemy, and more recently, Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry, collectively laid the basis for the modern magical revival, which first began to gather momentum in Europe at the end of the nineteenth century. Western magic has since become increasingly eclectic, drawing on such diverse sources as classical Greco-Roman mythology, Celtic cosmology, Kundalini yoga and Tantra, shamanism, chaos theory, and the various spiritual traditions associated in many different cultures with the Universal Goddess.
Drury traces the rise of various forms of magical belief and practice, from the influential Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn to the emergence of Wicca and Goddess worship as expressions of contemporary feminine spirituality. He also explores Chaos Magick and the occult practices of the so-called Left-Hand Path, as well as twenty-first-century magical forays into cyberspace. He believes that the rise of modern Western magic stems essentially from the quest for personal spiritual transformation and direct experience of the sacred – a quest which the trance occultist and visionary artist Austin Osman Spare once referred to as ‘stealing fire from heaven’. Considered in this light, Drury argues, modern Western magic can be regarded as a form of alternative spirituality in which the practitioners seek direct engagement with the mythic realm.
|Wisdom Seeker: the Rise of the New Spirituality
Publisher: O Books, UK (published May 27, 2011)
Wisdom Seekers: The Rise of the New Spirituality explores the origins and precursors of the New Age movement, its consolidation within the American counterculture of the late 1960s, and its development into an international spiritual perspective in contemporary Western society. The book considers the influence on the New Age of metaphysicians like Emanuel Swedenborg, Mesmer, Madame Blavatsky and Gurdjieff; pioneering thinkers like Freud, Jung and William James; and the contribution to New Age thought of Indian spiritual traditions and transpersonal psychology. Wisdom Seekers also describes the way in which the New Age paradigm has absorbed the most recent discoveries of quantum physics and consciousness research, and it explores the New Age focus on personal spiritual experience rather than formal religious doctrines.
| Dark Spirits: The Magical Art of Rosaleen Norton and Austin Osman Spare
Publisher: Salamander and Sons, Brisbane and Chiang Mai (Thailand 2011 / 5 December 2012)
Athough they never met, the Australian witch Rosaleen Norton (1917-1979) and British visionary artist Austin Osman Spare (1886-1956) shared many points in common. As occult practitioners operating within the Western esoteric tradition, both artists were well versed in the literature of Western magic, Theosophy, the Kabbalah, Eastern mysticism and modern psychoanalysis. Fascinated by medieval magical grimoires, they also explored the ‘seals’ associated with elemental spirit-beings and developed unique forms of sigil magic as key aspects of their sorcery. Rosaleen Norton and Austin Osman Spare utilised their own, personal techniques of self-hypnosis and trance in order to produce their distinctive visionary art-works and the two occultists are rightly regarded as the most distinctive artist-magicians of their era. Dark Spirits profiles both artists in depth and will be required reading for anyone interested in the nether realms of the modern magical psyche. http://thefirelizard.wordpress.com/2012/06/19/double-visionary-norton-and-spare
Second Coming 2012: The Mayan Revelation
Publishing history: 2010 O Books
If you loved The Da Vinci Code and The Celestine Prophecy, consider this: The date is 21 December 2012, the fabled End-Time of the Mayan Calendar. What will happen on this fateful day?
Journalist James Highgate and linguist Flavia Timmins journey to Xocomil near Lake Atitlán in the Mayan highlands. There they meet the custodian of a secret ancient text that holds the key to the amazing link between the Mayan god Kukulcan and the Christian disciple St Thomas, brother of Jesus. How are the destinies of these two spiritual figures connected as the End-Time draws near?
Both the secret Mayan teachings and the ancient biblical text point to a dramatic climax in world history which will take place at the end of recorded time, on 21 December 2012. Is this the date of the biblical Second Coming? And what dark forces stand in the way of this startling Revelation?
NEVILL DRURY is well known internationally for his publications on the Western esoteric tradition and New Age spirituality. His books have been released in 25 countries and published in 18 languages. This may well be his most controversial work so far.
|The Magic of Pan: Rosaleen Norton and the Western Esoteric Tradition
Publisher: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (April 5, 2011)
During the 1950s, the Australian pagan worshipper and trance artist Rosaleen Norton (1917-1979) achieved widespread notoriety as an occult practitioner who performed mysterious occult rituals in her secret Kings Cross coven. Rosaleen Norton dedicated her magical practice to the Great God Pan and to a lesser extent Hecate, Lilith and Lucifer. She also had other occult and metaphysical interests that influenced her cosmology and world-view. Norton was intrigued by the visionary potential of Kundalini yoga and out-of-the-body trance- exploration as well as Aleister Crowley's Thelemic sex magick, and combined all of these elements in her ritual activities. The Magic of Pan provides an authoritative overview of Rosaleen Norton's life and metaphysical beliefs as well as offering detailed insights into her pursuit of sex-magic and visionary art. It also identifies her as a key practitioner of the Left Hand Path in the Western Esoteric Tradition.
Homage to Pan: The life, art and sex magic of Rosaleen Norton
Publishing history: 2009 Creation Oneiros, UK
Rosaleen Norton achieved notoriety in 1950s Australia as a controversial pagan worshipper and artist who performed mysterious occult rituals in her secret Kings Cross coven arid paid homage to the ancient Greek god, Pan. Norton's provocative visionary artworks soon plunged her into legal controversy, and she was widely criticised in the media for engaging in bizarre sexual practices with her lover, the poet Gavin Greenlees. Norton was also associated with the scandal that eventually engulfed the professional career of renowned musical conductor and composer,
Eugene Goossens, who had arrived in Australia in 1947 and became a member of Norton's magical coven six years later.
What has been little understood until now is that although Norton dedicated her magical practice to the Great God Pan and to a lesser extent Hecate, Lilith and Lucifer, she had many other occult and metaphysical interests that influenced her cosmology and world-view. Norton was intrigued by the visionary potential of Kundalini yoga and out-of-the-body trance-exploration as well as Aleister Crowley's Thelemic sex magick, and combined all of these elements in her ritual activities. Similarly fascinated by Crowley's approach to sexuality, Goossens proved to be a significant ally, offering to instruct Norton in the Goetia and reinforcing her Thelemic tendencies.
HOMAGE TO PAN is an authoritative and fully-illustrated overview of Norton's life and metaphysical beliefs which provides a detailed insight into her pursuit of sex-magic and visionary art, and identifies her as a key practitioner of the Left Hand Path. HOMAGE TO PAN also provides, for the first time, a detailed comparison between Norton's visionary art and that of the acclaimed trance magician, Austin Osman Spare - her influential British counterpart.
The Watkins Dictionary of Magic
Publishing history: 2005 Watkins, UK
|The New Age : Searching for the Spiritual Self
(In the USA: The New Age: The History of a Movement
Publishing history: 2004 Thames & Hudson, UK; 2004 Thames & Hudson Inc. [winner of a Silver Award in ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Awards, New York 2004: category: ‘Mind Body Spirit’].
|The Tarot Workbook
Publishing history: 2004 New Holland, Australia; 2004 Thunder Bay Press, USA; 2006 Apple Press, UK; 2006 Panamericana Editorial, Colombia; 2008 Metrobooks / Barnes & Noble, USA.
|Magic and Witchcraft: from Shamanism to the Technopagans
Publishing history: 2003 Thames & Hudson UK; 2003 Thames & Hudson Inc., USA; 2003 AT Verlag, Switzerland; 2003 ECI / House of Books, Netherlands; 2004 Katalizator, Hungary; 2004 NYT Nordisk, Denmark; 2005 Blume, Spain.
|Sacred Encounters : Shamanism and Magical Journeys of the Spirit
Publishing history: 2003 Watkins, UK; 2003 Lik Editions, Bulgaria; 2005 Editorial Diana, Mexico
Chronological order of Publications
- The Search for Abraxas (with Stephen Skinner) 1972 Spearman , 1975 Felmar, 2011 Salamander (revised edition)
- The Path of the Chameleon 1973 Spearman (republished 1988 as The Gods of Rebirth : Prism
- Frontiers of Consciousness (ed.) 1975 Greenhouse
- Kingdom of the Night-time 1975 Hutchinson
- A Nation of Migrants (with Susan Drury) 1976 Nelson
- Australia's Waterways 1978 Rigby
- Don Juan, Mescalito and Modern Magic 1978 Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1979 Altalena, 1985 Arkana, 1992 Wydawnictwo Wodnika
- The Occult Sourcebook (with Gregory Tillett) 1978 Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1991 Aweti Editora, 1996 Falken Verlag
- The Magic Tree 1978 Wobbledagger
- Inner Visions: Explorations in Magical Consciousness 1979 Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1995 Arkana, 1997 Esotheria
- Music and Musicians 1980 Nelson
- Other Temples, Other Gods (with Gregory Tillett) 1980 Methuen, 1982 Hodder & Stoughton
- The Healing Power 1981 ANZ Book Co., 1981 Muller (republished 1985 as The Australian Sourcebook of Natural Health : Pitman)
- The Shaman and the Magician 1982 Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1987 Arkana, 1989 Sphinx Verlag, 1997 Heyne Verlag
- Healers, Quacks or Mystics? 1983 Hale & Iremonger
- Vision Quest 1984 Prism
- The Bodywork Book (ed.) 1984 Prism, 1984 Harper & Row
- Dictionary of Mysticism and the Occult 1985 Harper & Row, 1988 Droemer Knaur
Republished as Dictionary of Mysticism and the Esoteric Traditions :
1992 Prism / ABC-Clio, 1994 Ferenczy Konyvkiado, 2002 Elektra Konyvkiado
Republished as The Dictionary of the Esoteric: 2002 Watkins,
2004 Motilal Banarsidass, 2004 Editora Pensamento, 2005 Schirner Verlag
- Music for Inner Space 1985 Bauer Verlag, 1985 Prism, 1985 Unity Press
- Inner Health (ed.) 1985 Prism , 1985 Harper & Row
- The Occult Experience 1985 Fontana / Collins , 1987 Robert Hale, 1989 Avery, 1993 Editorial Diana (reprinted with a new cover 2004)
- New Art One 1987 Craftsman House
- Healing Oils and Essences (with Susan Drury) 1987 Harper & Row, 1988 Robert Hale, 1989 Windpferd Verlag
- Healing Music (with Andrew Watson) 1987 Prism, 1987 Nature & Health Books, 1989 Aquamarin, 1990 Or Am, 1990 Editora Ground
- The Illustrated Dictionary of Natural Health (with Susan Drury) 1988 Collins, 1988 David & Charles, 1989 Sterling
- Pan's Daughter : the Strange World of Rosaleen Norton 1988 Collins, 1993 Mandrake.
Republished as The Witch of Kings Cross: 2002 Kingsclear Books
- New Art Two 1988 Craftsman House
- Elements of Shamanism 1989 Element, 1991 Tirion, 1991 Jouvence, 1994 Karisto Oy, 1994 Edesviz Kiado, 1994 Rebis , 1995 Xenia, 1996 Forum, 1996 Okyanus, 1997 Floros Republished 2000 as New Perspectives : Shamanism: Element
- New Art Three 1989 Craftsman House
- Elements of Human Potential 1989 Element, 1993 Edizioni Crisalide, 1994 Xenia, 1995 Zysk, 1996 Votobia, 2008 HarperCollins
- New Art Four 1990 Craftsman House
- Worlds Apart?: Christianity and the New Age (with David Millikan) 1991 Australian Broadcasting Corporation
- New Art Five 1991 Craftsman House
- The Visionary Human 1991 Element, 1992 Bantam, 1998 Prism / Unity Press, 2002 Vega / Chrysalis
New Art Six 1992 Craftsman House
- Images in Contemporary Australian Painting 1992 Craftsman House, 1997 McGraw-Hill
- New Art Seven 1992 Craftsman House
- New Art Eight 1993 Craftsman House
- Contemporary Aboriginal Painting Poster Book 1993 Craftsman House
- Contemporary Australian Women Artists Poster Book 1993 Craftsman House
- New Sculpture: Profiles in Contemporary Australian Sculpture 1993 Craftsman House
- Echoes from the Void : Writings on Magic, Visionary Art and the New Consciousness 1994 Prism / Unity Press
- Images 2: Contemporary Australian Painting 1994 Craftsman House, 1997 McGraw-Hill
- Fire and Shadow : Spirituality in Contemporary Australian Art (with Anna Voigt) 1996 Craftsman House , 1999 HarperCollins (Australia)
- Shamanism (illustrated edition) 1996 Element
- Merlin's Book of Magick and Enchantment 1997 Lansdowne, 1998 Raincoast, 1999 Smithmark, 2001 Barnes & Noble, 2001 Edaf, 2002 Friedman / Fairfax
- The Occult: A Sourcebook of Esoteric Wisdom (with Gregory Tillett) 1997 Barnes & Noble, 1997 Saraband, 1997 Sandstone, 1997 Grange
- Wisdom from the Earth: the Living Legacy of the Aboriginal Dreamtime (with Anna Voigt) 1997 Simon & Schuster Australia, 1998 Shambhala, 1998 Droemer / Delphi
- Images 3: Contemporary Australian Painting 1998 Craftsman House
- Exploring the Labyrinth : Making Sense of the New Spirituality 1999 Allen & Unwin, 1999 Continuum, 1999 Gill & Macmillan / Newleaf , 2006 Edizioni Mediterranee
- Australian Painting Now (ed. with Laura Murray Cree) 2000 Craftsman House, 2000 Thames & Hudson
- The History of Magic in the Modern Age 2000 Constable, 2000 Carroll & Graf, 2000 Simon & Schuster Australia
- Everyday Magic 2001 Simon & Schuster Australia, 2002 Robert Hale, 2005 Atmosphären Verlag
- Creative Visualization 2001 Lansdowne, 2001 Barnes & Noble
- The Shaman’s Quest 2001 Brandl & Schlesinger, 2002 LongHill / SkyLight Paths, 2003 Dornier / Lüchow Verlag
- Creating Good Karma 2001 Lansdowne, 2001 Barnes & Noble, 2005 Tikal / Susaeta
- Reincarnation 2002 Lansdowne, 2002 Barnes and Noble, 2005 Tikal / Susaeta
- Sacred Encounters : Shamanism and Magical Journeys of the Spirit 2003 Watkins, 2003 Lik Editions , 2005 Editorial Diana
- A Way Forward : Spiritual Guidance for Our Troubled Times (with Anna Voigt) 2003 New Holland, 2003 Red Wheel / Weiser
- Magic and Witchcraft: from Shamanism to the Technopagans 2003 Thames & Hudson UK / - Thames & Hudson Inc., 2003 AT Verlag, 2003 ECI / House of Books, 2004 Katalizator, 2004 NYT Nordisk, 2005 Blume
- The Tarot Workbook 2004 New Holland, 2004 Thunder Bay Press, 2006 Apple Press, 2006 Panamericana Editorial 2008 Metrobooks / Barnes & Noble
- The New Age : Searching for the Spiritual Self (In the USA: The New Age: The History of a Movement ) 2004 Thames & Hudson UK / Thames & Hudson Inc. [winner of a Silver Award in ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Awards, New York 2004: category: ‘Mind Body Spirit’]. Revised edition published as Wisdom Seekers: the Rise of the New Spirituality: 2011 O Books
- The Watkins Dictionary of Magic 2005 Watkins
- Homage to Pan: The life, art and sex magic of Rosaleen Norton 2009 Creation Oneiros
- Second Coming 2012: The Mayan Revelation 2010 O Books
- Stealing Fire from Heaven: The Rise of Modern Western Magic 2011 Oxford University Press
- Dark Spirits: The Magical Art of Rosaleen Norton and Austin Osman Spare 2011 Salamander
- Handbook of Modern Western Magic (ed. with Henrik Bogdan) 2011/ 2012 Brill Academic
Australia: Hutchinson, Greenhouse, Nelson, Rigby, Wobbledagger, ANZ, Methuen, Hodder & Stoughton, Pitman, Hale & Iremonger, Harper & Row, Unity Press, Craftsman House, Collins, Nature & Health Books, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Bantam, Simon & Schuster, Lansdowne, McGraw-Hill, Sandstone, HarperCollins, Allen & Unwin, Brandl & Schlesinger, Kingsclear Books, New Holland, Salamander & Sons
USA : Continuum, Harper & Row, Shambhala, Carroll & Graf, Thames & Hudson Inc., Avery, LongHill / SkyLight Paths, ABC-Clio, Sterling, Barnes & Noble, Saraband, Friedman / Fairfax, Smithmark, Red Wheel / Weiser, Thunder Bay Press, Oxford University Press, Inc.
UK: Thames & Hudson, Constable, Routledge & Kegan Paul, Watkins, Arkana / Penguin, Element, Prism, Hale, Muller, Spearman, David & Charles, Mandrake, Grange, Vega / Chrysalis, Apple Press, Creation Oneiros, O Books
Ireland: Gill & Macmillan / Newleaf
Mexico: Editorial Diana
Germany: Droemer Knaur, Bauer Verlag, Aquamarin, Windpferd Verlag, Falken Verlag, Heyne Verlag, Dornier / Lüchow Verlag , Schirner Verlag, Atmosphären Verlag
Holland: Tirion, ECI / House of Books, Brill Academic
Spain: Edaf, Altalena, Felmar, Tikal / Susaeta Ediciones, Blume
Switzerland: AT Verlag, Sphinx Verlag, Jouvence
Bulgaria: Lik Editions
Italy: Edizioni Crisalide, Xenia, Edizioni Mediterranee
Yugoslavia / Serbia: Esotheria
Denmark: NYT Nordisk
Finland: Karisto Oy
Czech Republic: Votobia
Poland: Wodnika, Rebis, Zysk
Hungary: Edesviz Kiado, Ferenczy Konyvkiado, Elektra Kiadohaz, Katalizator
Brazil: Editora Pensamento, Editora Ground, Aweti Editora
Colombia: Panamericana Editorial
Israel: Or Am
India : Motilal Banarsidass