Softcover. Octavo. 350 pp, fold-out chart of the mss. of "The Book of the Law" at front of volume [not included in later issues] The first edition of this Regardie-edited collection of Crowley's commentaries on "The Book of the Law, " which was also arguably the first book to present Crowley's thoughts on Liber AL to a broad modern audience, being much more widely available than the "Magical and Philosophical Commentaries on the Book of the Law" which was published the previous year. A landmark work in the dissemination of Thelemic thought. Wrappers rubbed and darkened at edges and spine, chafed at corners and spine ends, pages browned more so at outer margins, text clean. Overall a tight, unmarked near VG copy.
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Softcover. Octavo. [ xvi ], 368pp. The second printing of the 1983 second edition of this Regardie-edited edition of Crowley's commentary to "The Book of the Law, " which was also arguably the first book to present Crowley's thoughts on Liber AL to a broad modern audience, being much more widely available than the "Magical and Philosophical Commentaries on the Book of the Law" which was published the previous year. A landmark work in the dissemination of Thelemic thought, it includes a facsimile of the manuscript (Liber XXXI) of "The Book of the Law, " and the Introduction written by Crowley's secretary Israel Regardie which was omitted from more recent editions. Covers a bit rubbed overall with chafing to edges, page edges darkened and a little browned, pages lightly toned-still overall a tight & unmarked VG+ copy.
Very Good. Book. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. As 'Magical & Philosophical Commentaries' but edited by Regardie. First Thus, First Printing. Llewellyn Publications, St Paul 1975. foldout plate of the Stele of Revealing & paraphrase translation + viii + 350pp pb covers discoloured & creased, pages browned, previous owner's bookplate with their signature, vg.
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