Since 1990, the Cultus Sabbati has produced a body of work in essay form, appearing in varied occult and esoteric journals over the years. Many of these works will be released in the future as bound and printed volumes. The following essays examine some of the concepts treated within the Sabbatic Current, and are reproduced here with permission.

1. ‘Sentient Nostalgias, Old Craft’d’

How Atavism, the great latencies of the pre-incarnate, function as a form of the Ars Memoria. Written by Robert Fitzgerald, an initiate of the Cultus Sabbati and the Column of the Crooked Path.

2. ‘What is Traditional Craft?’

Andrew Chumbley’s definitive work concerning historical substrata and sorcerous threads of that Nameless Art which adopts the outer term ‘Traditional Witchcraft’.

3. ‘The Sabazian Torch’

A consideration of the atavistic perpetuity of the Witch-Cult, its sorcerous topology and appropriate nomenclature.

4. ‘Way and Waymark’

Concerning the wandering metaphysic of exile within Traditional Craft, and its power as a process of magical transference and syncretism over time.

5. ‘Golden Fruit from the Celestial Branch’

Adapted from Viridarium Umbris, and appertaining the trans-celestial origin of the Art Magical, and in particular praxes using the occult powers of trees and herbs.