Volume III of the series presents perhaps the most titillating of esoteric subjects, Sex Magick. Once he grasped the fundamentals of sexual magick, Aleister Crowley understood it to be the key that unlocks the secrets of the universe. He dedicated the entire second half of his life to exploring its mysteries. This volume presents the bulk of Crowley’s written works on the subject and includes The Gnostic Mass, Energized Enthusiasm, Liber A’ash, Liber Chath, and Liber Stellae Rubeae
Now, renowned scholar and U.S. Duputy Grandmaster General of the O.T.O., Lon Milo DuQuette offers readers The Best of the Equinox: Enochain Magick, Volume Iand presents readers with the Enochian selections from The Equinox and contains the Enochian Magic of John Dee and Edward Kelley—perhaps the most powerful and most popular of all magical systems.
Selected by DuQuette from both in-print and out-of-print editions of The Equinox, this is an affordable volume for Crowley fans, packed with high magick.
The Equinox became the standard for English language esotericism in the early 20th century, aptly termed the "Encyclopedia of Initiation" by its principal editor and contributor, Aleister Crowley. This ten-volume collection had remarkable variety, depth, and the utility of its contents encompass Qabalah, tarot, yoga, and the essential papers of Crowley's teaching order, A. A. Unfortunately, much of this material is currently out of print.
The Best of the Equinox, Volume II, curated by scholar and U.S. Deputy Grandmaster General of the O.T.O., Lon Milo DuQuette, collects the best of Crowley’s material from both in-print and out-of-print editions of The Equinox. For Crowley collectors and the curious alike, this is an accessible, affordable volume packed with high magick and secrets.
Also included is Crowley's essay 'Cocaine' from the October 1917 issue of The International. His examination of cocaine and its role in society is an important document in any serious discussion of the history of recreational drugs and was considered by him to be one of his best efforts.
Liber AL vel Legis, also known as "The Book of the Law", is the central sacred text of Thelema.
Channeled by Aleister Crowley and transcribed by his wife Rose Edith Crowley, The Book of the Law has become a cornerstone of New Age thought.
An Author's Republic audio production.
Edward Alexander Crowley (1875-1947) was a British writer, poet, magician and follower of the occult who wrote under the name Aleister Crowley. His works scandalised Victorian England with their diabolical and deviantly sexual themes.
"The Drug" is the story of a man who accepts a strange drug from an alchemist and goes on a terrifying psychic trip.
Aleister Crowley was a British occultist, writer, philosopher and mystic. Crowley was also an influential member in several occult organizations, including the Golden Dawn and Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.).
In this rare voice clip from 1920, made on a wax cylinder in London, Crowley reads excerpts from The Gnostic Mass. Recording obtained and published by Rick Sheridan.