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777 REVISED (1955) by Aleister Crowley (Neptune Press)

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777 REVISED (1955) by Aleister Crowley (Neptune Press)

250.00

CROWLEY, Aleister.

777 Revised Vel Prolegomena Symbolica Ad Systemam Sceptio-Mysticae Viae Explicandae, Fundamentum Hieroglyphicum Sanctissimorum Scientiae Summae (A Reprint Of 777 With Much Additional Matter By The Late Aleister Crowley)

London: The Neptune Press, 1955. Reprint. Hardcover. Octavo. Octavo. Limited to 1100 copies bound in quarter vellum over navy buckram boards. Gilt titles to front and spine, additional device to front. 156pp.

A bit of spotting to buckram boards, corners are sharp, sound binding, light crease to pre-title page, two small brown marks to pre title and title page (see photos), former owner’s name and address to upper right of front pastedown. A solid, very good copy.

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Sought after edition of this classic qabalistic reference on ceremonial magic, oriental mysticism, comparative religion and symbology. Much of the material originated with the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Supposedly, while in Bournemouth in South England, Crowley found himself without any books of reference and realized how convenient it would be to have a single volume at hand giving all the correspondences of the Cabbala - he then spent a week writing this down from memory which resulted in the first edition from 1909. “I must admit to be thoroughly dissatisfied with it. It is my eager wish to issue a revised edition with an adequate comment and a key to its practical use” (The Confessions of Aleister Crowley. NY, 1969, pg. 504). Numerous additions in the form of essays and commentary by Crowley are included in this Neptune Press edition.