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FOREWORD. THE BOOK OF LIES, first published in London in , Aleister Crowley's little master work, has long been out of print. Its re-issue with the author's. Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law MAGICK IN THEORY AND PRACTICE by The Master Therion Aleister Crowley {Based on the Castle Books . Full text of "Collected PDF's by Aleister Crowley". See other formats. DUTY By ALEISTER CROWLEY Get any book for free on: tvnovellas.info Get any book for .


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At about the same time the U. They were far more interested in a bombastic encyclical just promulgated by Theodor Reuss, a temporary guest of the community. This Order has existed already in the most remote times and it has manifested its activity secretly and openly in the world under different names and in various forms: it has caused social and political revolutions and proved to be the rock of salvation in times of danger and misfortune. It has always upheld the banner of freedom against tyranny in whatever shape this appeared, whether as clerical or political or social despotism or oppression of any kind. Into this Sacred Society no one can be admitted by another unless he has the power to enter it himself by virtue of his own interior Illumination neither can anyone after he has once entered be expelled unless he should expel himself by becoming unfaithful to his principles and forget again the truths which he has learned by his own experience. And, like the ancient schools of magic, it derived its knowledge from the East. This knowledge was never revealed to the profane, for it gave immense power for either good or evil to its possessors.

Black "coffin-silk" endpapers.

Edition limited to hand-numbered copies. A significant new edition of this well-known magical text, comprising an Introduction by Alan Thorogood, a typeset transcription of Hockley's manuscript, and a black and white photo facsimile of the original Hockley manuscript.

Traditionally, The Pauline Art, was one of five books along with the Goetia, Theurgia Goetia, Ars Almadel and Ars Notoria which were gathered together to form the compendium Lemegeton, Clavicula Salomonis Rex or the Little Key of Solomon the King which seems to have first circulated in manuscript form at the very end of the seventeenth century.

This edition reproduces a transcription of a manuscript of The Pauline Art which was made by Frederick Hockley in The Pauline Art is in two sections, the first of which concerns the spirits of the twenty-four hours of the day, whose functions are "to do all things that is Attributed to the 7 Planets," their seals, and method of conjuration, whilst the second is concerned with the angels of the degrees of the zodiac, with the primary purpose of determining the names and invoking the guardian angel or genius.

Either deliberately or otherwise the text of the Hockley manuscript is abbreviated, and the accompanying diagrams for the most part incomplete. Thorogood addresses these issues in his Introduction and transcription, either supplying the wanting material, or indicating where it can be readily found. Importantly Thorogood provides a detailed history of the text, identifying many of its major sources some for the first time , as well as offering corrections to a number of significant errors that had crept into the manuscript version over the years.

The Introduction, Transcription, and Appendix with corrections are followed by a page facsimile of the original Hockley manuscript, printed on special coated paper that gives a photograph-like quality to the reproduction. The first copies sold come with a book-plate signed by Alan Thorogood on the front pastedown.

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John Dee. In this work Campbell examines the evolution of "The Goetia", from the proto-Goetia of Wier's Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, through the first English translation in Scot's Discoverie of Witchcraft, and on to the English-language manuscripts from which most modern editions are drawn.

Campbell reproduces the significant passages of each of these sources side-by-side, highlighting their differences, and allowing him to correct a number of errors, lacunae or redactions that the comparisons reveal.

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His researches also shed light on a number of obscure internal references, the meaning of which only becomes apparent when the viewed in the context of the historical development of the texts. There are two Editions: Standard Edition Pictured left.

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Bound in high quality black cloth, with a gilt design stamped on the front cover, blind rules; gilt-lettered spine. Sewn, printed on acid free paper. Black endpapers. Diagrams and seals. Limited to hand-numbered copies. Heavy black cloth slip-case.

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Limited to 72 copies in slipcase, each signed by the author and with an original hand-drawn seal of one of the Spirits of Goetia housed in a pocket at the rear of the volume. These copies designated by the name and number of the Spirit. An important new edition of the Ars Notoria, the well-known mediaeval magical work often termed a grimoire that was designed to equip the practitioner of the magical arts with "knowledge of every science, of all arts and all learning The volume begins with an Introduction by Alan Thorogood, in which he examines the history of the Ars Notoria, the different versions of the text, and the context in which Hockley prepared his manuscript version.

This is followed by "The Philomath," a significant 24 page biographical study with bibliography of Robert Turner, the original translator of the Ars Notoria and a major figure in post-Elizabethan British occultism, about whom little has been known until now. Then there is a complete transcription of Hockley's manuscript of the Ars Notoria, edited with explanatory footnotes and in comparison with other versions of the text including Turner's and the Latin critical edition.

The book ends with a page facsimile of the original Hockley manuscript, printed on special coated paper that gives a photograph like quality to the reproduction. The first copies sold come with a book-plate signed by Thorogood and Cousins. Edward Cornelius and A.

Edward Drylie Contributing Editor. Comprising nearly pages and many thousands of listings, this new edition of The Aleister Crowley Desk Reference is the most comprehensive alphabetical guide to the writings of "the Beast" ever created. While its primary purpose is to allow the reader to trace the various appearances in print of any published work by Aleister Crowley, it is much more than a simple cross-reference, and the listings are enlivened with bibliographical and historical detail that is sure to delight and amuse even the most jaded Crowleyphile.

The sometimes baffling system of "Liber" numbers and classifications are clearly laid out in a series of Appendicies. The principal editor of the text, J. Edward Cornelius, is of course well known in Thelemic circles, not least for his editorship of the "Red Flame" series of journals in which "The Aleister Crowley Desk Reference" first appeared. Contributing editor, Andrew Drylie, is also an authority on Crowley's works and was co-author of the "Crowley Cross-Index" , the first modern work to systematically explore the publishing history of his texts.

The Aleister Crowley Desk Reference is available in two formats, a hardcover limited edition and a softcover limited edition The hardcover is 8vo. Octavo: 9 x 6 inches: approx. Black moire "coffin silk" endpapers. Sewn, printed on acid-free paper. Edition limited to 93 numbered copies each containing a bookplate signed by the editors.. New Book.

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Fine no dust jacket issued. Color laminated wrappers. Edition limited to numbered, the first hundred of which include a bookplate signed by the editors.. Rudd's Nine Hierarchies of Angels. Edited with an Introduction by Alan Thorogood.

The first ever facsimile publication of this manuscript version of Dr. In later life Hockley was associated with the Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia and his peers considered him to be one of the great occult scholars of his time.

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One of the founders of the Golden Dawn, W. Wynn Westcott, held Hockley in such high regard that he posthumously and imaginatively claimed Hockley as one of the Order's most outstanding Adepts. Absinthe the Green Goddess by Aleister Crowley Duty by Aleister Crowley Psychology of Hashish by Aleister Crowley Cocaine by Aleister Crowley Konx Om Pax by Aleister Crowley Intro Magick by Aleister Crowley 9.

Lecture on the Philosophy of Magick by Aleister Crowley Sepher Sephiroth by Aleister Crowley Alice An Adultery by Aleister Crowley Poems by Aleister Crowley Chart by Aleister Crowley Great Drug Delusion by Aleister Crowley Liber Liber Arcanorum by Aleister Crowley Why Jesus Wept by Aleister Crowley Liber Concerning Death by Aleister Crowley Liber Batrachophrenoboocosmomachia by Aleister Crowley Liber vel Lucifery by Aleister Crowley White Stains by Aleister Crowley Amphora or Hail Mary by Aleister Crowley Clouds Without Water by Aleister Crowley 2.

The Cephaledium Working by Aleister Crowley Concerning Blasphemy by Aleister Crowley The Winged Beetle by Aleister Crowley The Three Characteristics by Aleister Crowley Liber vel Pyramidos by Aleister Crowley Liber Aleph by Aleister Crowley Hymn to Pan by Aleister Crowley 9.

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The Drug Panic by Aleister Crowley Rights of Man by Aleister Crowley Given that a Path, or Atu, on the Tree of Life is a bijective function associating any two Sephiroth, then, via the process of expansion described above, the n-dimensional Tree of Life will have as many Paths and Sephiroth as needed to accommodate any given set of distinct alphanumeric symbols, however large the latter may be. A Tree of Life for the Multiverse!

As for Books 2 and 3, I use them all the time for various purposes. Among other things, Book 2 provides a tremendous number of ideas for things that can be used to reinforce the efficacy of Magickl ritual: planets, colors, Hebrew letters and words, alchemical concepts, gemstones, perfumes, elixirs, incenses, Buddhist concepts, the Gods of various cultures, the names of God, angles, archangels, you name it, anything can be indexed precisely by Qaballah.

Among other things, each element -- each Path and Sephirah -- on the Tree of Life is itself a complete Tree of Life, each of the elements of which is a complete Tree of Life, and so on to infinity. So there's room for anything you wish there. The Tree is a fractal structure, self-replicating and never growing any less complex no matter how many levels of magnification you go on it. Both as a wonderful reference work for Qaballists, students of the Tarot, Magickians, alchemists, astrologers, and other students and practitioners of the esoteric Arts and Sciences, and cultural anthropologists, mathematicians for the enjoyment of the intricate structure of the Tree of Life and its possible extentions , and Jungian psychologists, this book will be a great addition to any thinking person's personal library.