Jake Stratton-Kent's master piece Geosophia: The Argo of Magic traces the development of magic from the Greeks to the grimoires. This further volume in the Encyclopædia Goetica series is both a scholarly and practical work for the modern magician. JSK takes the role of phychopomp, guiding us along the voyage of Arognauts and fearlessly descending to the depths of Hades. His journey reveals a continuity of practice in the West which encompasses the pre-Olympian cults of Dionysus and Cybele, is found in the Graeco-Egyptian Magical Papyri and flow into the grimoires. His revolutionary thesis exposes the chthonic roots of modern magic so that we can reconnect with the very source our ritual tradition.