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MAGICK WITHOUT TEARS (1982) by Aleister Crowley (Deluxe Edition of 250 Copies SIGNED BY ISRAEL REGARDIE)

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MAGICK WITHOUT TEARS (1982) by Aleister Crowley (Deluxe Edition of 250 Copies SIGNED BY ISRAEL REGARDIE)

495.00

CROWLEY, Aleister (edited by Israel REGARDIE)

Magick Without Tears (Deluxe edition of 250 hand-numbered copies, SIGNED by Israel Regardie, with additional Regardie inscription)

Phoenix: Falcon Press, 1982. Third printing but First Edition thus. Hardcover. Quarter black cloth over dark red, thick leatherette boards lettered and decorated in gilt. O.T.O. Lamen to front is stamped upside down (as always). Gilt lettering to spine. One of 250 signed and hand-numbered copies. This is copy #21. SIGNED BY ISRAEL REGARDIE with an additional inscription to the title page which reads: “Thank God it’s all over!”. This volume being #21, the inscription may be referring to the 21st (final) path on the Qabalistic Tree of Life. Or, it may refer to something entirely different. xxxi + 528pp. 4 full-page diagrams of the Tree of Life. This special deluxe edition is quite uncommon.

A beautiful copy in fine condition

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In 1943, Crowley met a lady who, having heard of his wide knowledge and experience, asked his advice on occult, spiritual and practical matters. This chance connection resulted in a stimulating exchange of letters. Crowley then asked others to put similar questions to him. The result was this collection of over eighty letters. The letters contain Crowley’s commentary on a number of magical topics and are written in a straight forward way. Some topics include: The Three Schools of Magick, The Secret Chiefs, The Left Hand Path and the Black Brothers, Sex Morality, Talismans, Necromancy and Spiritism, Astral Journeys and how to verify one’s experiences, Astrology, Geomancy, and so much more. He eventually decided on naming the volume ‘Magick Without Tears’ though he first intended to call the book ‘Aleister Explains Everything’.