Charles Pace-Hamar 'at - The Book of Tahuti (Thoth)
In the 1960's, Charles Pace (magical name Hamar'at) was a Priest of Set and Anubis, a practitioner of 'Black Magic' and a 'Black Adept' of Hermetic Magick. Being a mortician by trade, Pace understood the deeper aspects of death and the sinister as initiatory experiences, balancing his own practice which later brought him to being a High Priest of a Gardemerian Wiccan Coven in south London. Charles Pace was a high Adept in Egyptian magic, developing as we can see in the fragments here a detailed and almost exhaustive system of Gods and Goddess attributed to the tarot itself. The Book of Tahuti as we can see here holds many beautiful paintings and examples of his art, even being dedicated to "Austin Ozman Spare", an old friend. Pace knew many influential individuals, from Aleister Crowley (whom he apparently painted a large Baphomet for), Alexander Sanders, Gerald Gardner and even Jimmy Page, who he assisted in redecorating Crowley's Boleskine House for, painting murals.