Invocation

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[[Invocation]] was a [[Magic Periodical]] by [[Tony Raven]], in  Waldwick, NJ, devoted to Weird and Bizarre Magick that ran from July 1974 to April 1978 for a total of 16 issues.
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'''Invocation''' was a [[Magic Periodical]] by [[Tony Raven]], out of Waldwick, New Jersey, devoted to Weird and [[Bizarre Magick]] that ran from July 1974 to April 1978 for a total of 16 issues.
  
Later years were edited and published by [[Tony Andruzzi]] (aka Masklyn ye Mage) as The [[New Invocation]]. It was printed in book form by Raven in a very rare and limited edition, then later reprinted by [[Kaufman and Greenberg]] as part of "The Compleat Invocation" set.  
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Later, it was brought back and published by [[Tony Andruzzi]] (aka Masklyn ye Mage) as The [[New Invocation]]. It was printed in book form by Raven in a very rare and limited edition, then eventually reprinted by [[Kaufman and Greenberg]] as part of "The Compleat Invocation" set.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:01, 24 January 2012

Invocation
Invocation.jpg
PublisherTony Raven
First issueJuly 1974
Final issueApril 1978
Total issues16

Invocation was a Magic Periodical by Tony Raven, out of Waldwick, New Jersey, devoted to Weird and Bizarre Magick that ran from July 1974 to April 1978 for a total of 16 issues.

Later, it was brought back and published by Tony Andruzzi (aka Masklyn ye Mage) as The New Invocation. It was printed in book form by Raven in a very rare and limited edition, then eventually reprinted by Kaufman and Greenberg as part of "The Compleat Invocation" set.

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