Please note this is NOT a ZOOM Lecture but an in person lecture at our museum – tickets include a complimentary glass of Devil’s Botany Absinthe

Bar open at 6:30pm and lecture starts at 7pm

The Astral Geographic: The Watkins Guide to the Occult World, with Andy Sharp – LIVE

Access the occult as you’ve never seen it before! A history of magic framed as a travel guide featuring 10 mystical tours through history and across the globe. Honouring the guidebook format with a nod to the Shell Guides with collage artworks, retro inspired postcard imagery and route maps, the book is also interspersed with places to stay, eat or drink.

The Astral Geographic is an occult travel guide spanning countries and continents. Expand your occult horizons by hiking across the Algerian desert in the footsteps of the magicians Aleister Crowley and Victor Neuburg, invoking angels and meeting the terrifying demon Choronzon. Visit the temples of Hekate and Circe in Turkey and Italy, the Spanish sites of the Inquisition’s witch-hunts, and the haunts of the Norse sorceresses. After completing the journeys, the book offers the unique Grimorium Terra, a meditational and ritual tool that invites the reader to develop their own creative approach to magical practice using geography as a vital ingredient.


Andy Sharp is a writer and multimedia artist. Since 2003, he has worked on English Heretic, an autonomous creative research project that culminated in the publication of his critically acclaimed first book, The English Heretic Collection.

Andy has talked at academic conferences and counter-cultural events on a wide range of subjects drawn from his research. He has an Ms in Neuroscience from Kings College.

We are unable to give refunds for in person events with less than seven days notice in any circumstances

Devil’s Botany is London’s first absinthe distillery, founded by Directors of The Last Tuesday Society’s Absinthe Parlour & Cocktail Bar.

Mon 18th Dec 2023 - 6.30pm - 8.30pm

Tickets include a glass of Devils Botany Absinthe

Early Bird is £15 & full price at £20, only 30 tickets available for this live in person event