Pagan XXXVIII - Amara
Variations of pentagrams, including tendrils, blood and fire.
| A6 - 240 pages. Black suede, gold pentagram and
ring on black with fifteen (15) swirling purple branches. Purple
mulberry endpapers with flakes of mica. The name Amara comes from
Amaranth, a purple herb known as the Flower of Immortality, and
from Amaranthine which means 'everlasting'. The number 15 is the
number of the Magician.
International Order: Mike Peterson (California) 19 Jan 2002 - 19 Mar 2002