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Aleister Crowley: The Beast In Berlin by Tobias Churton

Drawing on previously unpublished letters and diary material by Crowley, Tobias Churton examines Crowley’s years in Berlin and his intense focus on his art, his work as a spy for British Intelligence, his colorful love life and sex magick exploits, and his contacts with German Theosophy, Freemasonry, and magical orders.

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5/5

Nightshades by Jan Fries

Nightshades is the record of one remarkable magician's exploration of the inverse regions of the Tree of Life. Aleister Crowley's Liber 231 provides the map and Kenneth Grant's Nightside of Eden a travelogue.

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4/5

The Magickal Union of East and West by Gregory Peters

Sharing the methods for integrating mind and body with the universal energy of the cosmos, The Magickal Union of East and West provides exercises, meditations, mantras, and rites, culminating with the ultimate magickal ritual, the "Diamond Sapphire Gem of Radiant Light."

Our Rating - Book of the Month: September 2014

5/5

Wormwood Star by Spencer Kansa

In the first ever biography written about her, Wormwood Star traces the extraordinary life of the enigmatic artist Marjorie Cameron (1922-1995), one of the most fascinating figures to emerge from the American Underground art world and film scene.

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5/5

Perdurabo by Richard Kaczynski

Perdurabo (the magical name Crowley chose when inducted into the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn) traces Crowley’s remarkable journey from his birth as the only son of a wealthy lay preacher to his death in a boarding house as the world’s foremost authority on magick.

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5/5