If you live near a Barnes and Noble you’ll be able to purchase Hexagon #2 at most of their retail locations for $8.95 starting on February 8th. If there isn’t a B&N in your area and you’re willing to pay a bit extra you can also buy your copy direct from us for $10 plus $2.50 shipping. Most orders ship out within one or two business days via USPS priority mail, confirmation and a tracking number are sent via email.
Canadian and overseas orders click here.
A photo of Hexagon #2 at an NYC Barnes and Noble, snapped by contributing writer Mecca Woods:
Some closeups, also taken by Mecca Woods:
Contributing writer Heather Renae Horton with her copy:
At an Illinois B&N, taken by Dauna of ReadingsByDauna.com:
Jpegs of our front and back covers:
Professional astrologer Elodie Miaow of 9thHouseAstrology.com reading her copy of Hexagon #2:
The opener to Willow’s feature article on the transit of Saturn in Sagittarius:
The opener to Jason Fleming’s feature on the birth chart of hip hop culture:
A page from “Deep Cover, Deep Space: The Astrology of America’s Black Budget Space Program”, which includes an analysis of the deeply occult imagery seen on the morale patches of the National Reconnaissance Office, a black budget version of NASA and the biggest spy agency the 99% are still in the dark about:
The first page from Michael Lutin’s piece on the transits of Pluto in Capricorn and Neptune in Pisces and what they mean for the future of humanity:
From Mystic Medusa’s intelligent and humorous article “Hi-Lo Astro” on the best and worst sides of each sign:
Again, the front and back covers of Hexagon #2: