ANKH (LIFE SYMBOL) MAGAZINE: VOLUME ONE, NUMBER ONE - VOLUME ONE, NUMBER FOUR
Los Angeles. 1967-1968., Elysium Inc., Publishers., First Edition. Stapled Pictorial Wrappers, 4to, 70 + 70 + 66 + 66pp, profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Published by Los Angeles' last great nudist haven, The Elysium Institute, "Ankh" is arguably the most awesome of all the under the counter Hippie psychedelic magazines of the late sixties. Full-frontally illustrated throughout with photographs of well adjusted, hirsute sun worshippers in their teens and twenties (including the always photogenic Michelle Angelo) by the likes of Ed Lange, Walter Chappell, William Rotsler, and Russell Gay, the reader can all but smell the suntan lotion and Patchouli oil. Included are pictorials on communes, nudist colonies, and light shows along with articles such as "Sex in The Sun", "Group Therapy in the Nude" "What Hath God / LSD / God Wrought?", "Thoreau: The First Hippie", and the two-part "Barry McGuire (!) on Sex". A bright, spectacularly well-preserved run of the first four issues of this obscure crowd pleaser. PLEASE NOTE: Due to the explicit nature of some of the content here, you must be at least eighteen years of age to order this item.. Fine.
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Keywords: ANKH LIFE SYMBOL MAGAZINE: VOLUME ONE, NUMBER ONE - VOLUME ONE, NUMBER FOUR, Ed Lange, Charles Cropsey, Michelle Angelo, Walter Chappell, William Rotsler, Russell Gay, Nude Erotic Figure Photography, Erotica, Nudity Nudism, Elysium Institute, Countercultu