Jake Stratton-Kent has been called the most notorious necromancer in England, and describes himself as a ‘very late Late Pagan’.
He has also written numerous pamphlets and articles for various publications from the mid 70s to the current day. He is the author of the Encyclopaedia Goetica; published by Scarlet Imprint comprising: Volume One: a reconstructed and extensively commented edition of the Grimorium Verum under the title The True Grimoire.
Volume Two: Geosophia, an extensive two volume survey of the Greek origins and mythic background of goetia.
Volume Three: The Testament of Cyprian the Mage, an analysis of the roots of the grimoires and their spirit hierarchies in Late Antiquity.
In the same field, Pandemonium, a discordant concordance of diverse spirit catalogues, with Hadean Press.
He previously edited and contributed to an influential eleven volume Journal: The Equinox – British Journal of Thelema. This is nowadays superseded by Conjure Codex, a serial anthology of writings on spirit conjuring traditions from around the world, ancient and modern; from Hadean Press.
A ‘senile delinquent’, he has a background in the Youth Radicalisation and Free Festival Movement of the 1970s that has never entirely left him.