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Publisher Marketing: Book 4 is a
discussion of the fundamentals and essentials of both magick and
mysticism. A classic for all students of the O.T.O.
Contributor Bio: Aleister
Crowley: Crowley was a prolific writer, poet, magician and
painter. He devoted his life to exploring the worlds many methods
of spiritual attainment.
Publisher Marketing: A witty,
instructive, and admirable collection of paradoxes.
Publisher Marketing: This work
contains the corrected text of the 1938 edition as well as a
facsimile of the handwritten manuscript.
Publisher Marketing: The Book Of
Thoth is now a classic in the field. It is used by students of the
Golden Dawn as well as those who want to understand Crowleys tarot.
This is the definitive study of the Egyptian tarot and is used as a
key to all Western mystery disciplines. Color plates of eight cards
are also included.
Contributor Bio: Israel Regardie:Considered by many to be the last living Adept of the Golden Dawn.
Robert Anton Wilson:Wilson is Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and a member of the Cognitive Science Group at the universitys Beckman Institute.
Publisher Marketing: Provides a clear
and detailed account of the preparations and precautions necessary.
for the successful evocation of 72 spirits, which are described in
detail. Mathers introduction discusses the numerous manuscripts
from which he made this translation
L MacGregor Mathers: Mathers was, at the turn of the century,
head of the Order of the Golden Dawn, probably the most gifted and
influential of all modern magical groups.
Publisher Marketing: Crowleys most
famous novel. It deals with the endless battle between the forces of
light and the forces of darkness. A young girl is drawn into a
magical war between two men and is forced to choose between them.
The reader is taken through an incredible series of magical
intrigues involving a Black Lodge.
Aleister Crowley, a
prolific writer, wrote only a few novels in his lifetime. Moonchild
is his most famous. First published in 1917, Moonchild appeals to
the new generation of readers who recognize Crowley as one of the
most unique thinkers of his era. The book deals with the endless
battle between the Forces of Light and the Forces of Darkness. A
young girl is drawn into a magickal war between two men and is
forced to choose between them. As the story unfolds, the reader is
taken through an incredible series of magickal intrigues involving a
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