Angels in Vermilion

illustrated cover of Angels in Vermillion Book

Angels in Vermilion

by | Mar 24, 2021

Once considered the “Holy Grail” of hallucinogens, over the last quarter century, DMT has entered the public mind like never before. No longer a taboo topic to be discussed in the hushed tones among an esoteric elite, P.D. Newman’s Angels In Vermillion traces the secret lineage of transmission, beginning with Elizabethan alchemists, Dr. John Dee and Sir Edward Kelley, winding through the Royal Society and Masonic fraternity, and leading all the way up to the nineteenth century occult revival – and beyond. Fathoming Hell and soaring angelic, Newman leaves no stone unturned in his quest to uncover the hidden, hallucinatory history of the “Spirit Molecule,” DMT.

This book is published in partnership with Tria Prima Imprint.

In this seminal new publication, Newman traces the fascinating history of the mysterious red powder and its undeniable similarities to modern DMT extracts.  It was just such a substance that brought Kelley to Dee – and resulted in their famous journals of angelic revelations.  And this barely scratches the surface of what you will learn in this long-overdue exploration of the use of DMT in the Western Mysteries.  I highly recommend Angels in Vermilion, not only for the information it contains, but also for its ability to grab and hold your fascination and imagination.”
Aaron Leitch,

Author of The Essential Enochian Grimoire: An Introduction to Angel Magick from Dr. John Dee to the Golden Dawn

“The challenge of deciphering the cryptic coded language of the ancient art of alchemy has long fascinated modern scholars. P.D. Newman uses the revolution in plant spagyrics instigated by Paracelsus as his key to identifying the alchemical agent of inner transmutation. At once entertaining and intriguing, Angels in Vermilion carries its readers through a little-known yet highly consequential chapter in the history of psychonautics.”
Hereward Tilton,

Author of The Path of the Serpent: Psychedelics and the Neuropsychology of Gnosis

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