Founded in 2009 by Robert Ansell of Fulgur Limited and Christina Oakley Harrington of Treadwells Bookshop, the Abraxas project aimed to represent the best of the international esoteric movement in a high quality printed format. Published bi-annually in the spring and autumn, the journal offered readers relevant and thought-provoking features: ranging from essays that are scholarly and engaging, to images that challenge and inspire. In total, eight issues were produced, including two specials. Publication was suspended in November 2014.
Abraxas is today’s preeminent voice for the serious study of occult and esoteric expression. The quality and consistency of its visuals and articles is simply unmatched. For anyone who cares deeply about the individual search for meaning, the expression of occultic insights, and the enduring impact of the esoteric tradition, Abraxas is your intellectual and artistic home.
Mitch Horowitz, author of Occult America and One Simple Idea, and Vice President and Editor-in-Chief, Tarcher/Penguin, New York