Crowley, Aleister; Symonds, John; Grant, Kenneth
Arkana/Penguin, 1989. Paperback. 960 pages. One of the most famous books on the occult ever written, this is a record of Crowley’s journey into strange regions of consciousness: his initiation into magic, his world-wide travels and mistresses, his experiments with sex and drugs, and the philosophy of his famous Book of the Law. May have some general shelf-wear, creasing, small tears, sunning, previous owners name etc, but overall condition Very Good. Price is for a single copy of the book.
A 20th. Century occult classic. The Confessions of Aleister Crowley : An Autohagiography, by Aleister Crowley (1875-1947), is a book written in six parts, the first two parts published in 1929. It is subtitled “An Autohagiography” which refers to the autobiography of a Saint, a title which Crowley would also have associated with the Plymouth Brethren, who use it to refer to themselves. Crowley was brought up as one of their members.