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THE EQUINOX Vol. 1 Numbers I-X (Ten Volume Set) by Aleister Crowley, et al. Introduction by Israel Regardie

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THE EQUINOX Vol. 1 Numbers I-X (Ten Volume Set) by Aleister Crowley, et al. Introduction by Israel Regardie

695.00

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York Beach: Samuel Wesier, 1992. Reprint. This edition is limited to 750 sets. Quartos (books measure 10” x 7”;). Hardcovers. Ten separate volumes bound in white ruled cloth with gilt spine titles, a facsimile of the Deluxe issue of the first edition. Approximately 4500 pages in all. An extremely heavy set of books. NOTE: 9 of the volumes have a clear plastic cover on them. These are not removable mylar covers, they are affixed to the cloth covered boards. To remove these may be possible but would require great patience and would most likely damage the endpapers where the covering overlaps. I'd leave it as is. The edges of the text block show some light dust and some very faint occasional foxing. Former owner's name on lower free endpapers (snake 93). All in all it remains a very good set. Because of the plastic coverings the price is considerably lower than usual.

This is a very heavy set of volumes, weighing 30 pounds. International shipping will require additional charges. Please inquire.

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Commonly referred to by Crowley as “The Standard Work of Reference in all Occult Matters” and “The Encyclopaedia of Initiation”, this 10 volume collection includes a number of instructional essays on magick and the occult by Crowley and others plus a vast array of esoteric fiction, poetry, and book reviews. Essays and works under Crowley’s own name include: The Wizard Way, The Soldier and the Hunchback, The Temple of Solomon the King, The Herb Dangerous, John St. John, The Garden of Janus, Postcards to Probationers, Ave Adonai, Liber DCCCCLXIII - The Treasure House of Images, Pan to Artemis, The Thief-Taker, My Crapulous Contemporaries (No. IV - Wisdom While you Waite), The Pilgrim, The Blind Prophet, Liber CCCCXVIII (The Vision & The Voice), X-Rays on Ex-Probationers, Liber HHH, The Scorpion, Three Poems for Jane Cheron, The Rites of Eleusis, Liber Tsaddi, Liber Resh, Liber Cheth, Liber A’ash, Adonis, The Ghouls, A Brief Abstract of the Symbolic Representation of the Universe Derived by Doctor John Dee Through the Skrying of Sir Edward Kelley, Across the Gulf, Liber B Vel Magi, Liber Stellae Rubeae, Liber Astarte, Liber CCXXXI (Qliphoth), Energized Enthusiasm, The Ship, and many more by Crowley under his own name and under numerous pseudonyms. There are also contributions by Leila Waddell, Victor Neuburg, Captain Fuller, John Yarker, Ethel Archer, and more. A complete index and a list of pseudonyms are at the end of the last volume. No. 10 also includes the complete text of Eliphas Levi’s Key to the Mysteries.