P.R. Stephensen; Israel Regardie
Llewellyn Publications, St. Paul, MN, 1970. Paperback. 158 pages. Second edition, revised and enlarged. Introduction by Israel Regardie. Some pencil bookseller notations on initial leaf, very nice Near Fine vintage edition.
“Being a Study of the documentory evidence relating to a campaign pf personal vilification unparalleled in literary history”.
The Legend Of Aleister Crowley has the focus and passion of timeliness. An invaluable and honest appraisal of a man who was called “monster”, “degenerate”, “traitor”, “criminal”, “pornographer”, and “devil worshipper”. Written by men who really knew the man behind the myth.