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Q.B.L. or The Bride's Reception: Being A Short Cabalistic Treatise On The Nature And Use Of The Tree Of Life.

Achad, Frater [Charles Stansfeld Jones]. [Aleister Crowley].

Published by Printed for the Author, Chicago (1922)

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Item Description: Printed for the Author, Chicago, 1922. 1st Edition. First edition of Achad's most important book. Ex-Libris Aleister Crowley. Extraordinary Presentation Copy Inscribed By Frater Achad: "To my Beloved Father / 666 / in the hope that this, my / first book, may meet with / his approval / 777". 8vo., 106 pp + 43pp. + 4 colour plates (including frontispiece) + 1 folded black & white diagram. Limited Edition: #2 of 250 signed copies. THE MOST IMPORTANT POSSIBLE ASSOCIATION COPY. Black paper-covered boards, linen spine, paper title label, top edge gilt. Label slightly chipped, some wear to corners and edges of boards. Light damping along top margin of first few leaves and a couple of inconsequential nicks. Interesting bookplate of Phyllis Duveen. A very good & important copy. Aleister Crowley ("666") considered himself to be the "Spiritual Father" to Frater Achad (Charles Stansfeld Jones, "777"), as he relates on page 801 of the CONFESSIONS: "What I had really done . was to beget a Magical Son. So, precisely nine months afterwards . Frater O.I.V., entirely without my k now ledge, became a Babe of the Abyss. . The Book of the Law speaks of this 'Child' as 'One,' as if with absolute vagueness. But the motto which Frater O.I.V. had taken on becoming a neophyte was 'Achad,' which is the Hebrew word for 'One.' It is further predicted that this 'Child' shall discover the Key of the interpretation of the Book itself, and this I had been unable to do." In this light, Achad refers to Aleister Crowley as his "Beloved Father" in the INSCRIBED DEDICATION. This is copy # 2 of 250; we presume that copy #1 was retained by the Author. The bookplate of Phyllis Duveen, the wife of Denis I. Duveen, a noted collector of Alchemical books & Esoterica] was possibly executed by AUBREY BEARDSLEY (although unsigned). The Duveen Collection is noted for its depth and balance. The catalogue of Duveen's library "Bibliotheca Alchemica et Chemica: An Annotated Catalogue of Printed Books on Alchemy, Chemistry, and Cognate Subjects in the Library of Denis I. Duveen," printed in London, 1949 remains a touchstone for scholars and collectors of European Chemistry before 1900. There are some penciled annotations in the margins of the text. These include the following: Page 2 has the phrase "get Essay Berashith" (to be found in the Collected Works of Aleister Crowley). Page 49 has the word "Tau" noted across from a discussion of THE UNIVERSE. Page 64 has the phrase "Book 777" across from a section on THE TREE OF LIFE. Page 97 has the phrase "Liber Legis" in the margin where the author refers to THE INITIATION OF 1917. BY THE MASTERS OF WISDOM FROM OTHER PLANES OF BEING. We cannot confirm that this penciling is in the hand of Crowley, nor of the previous owner Duveen but all things are possible. Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 21175

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Konx Om Pax. Essays in Light.

CROWLEY, Aleister.

Published by London, Walter Scott Publishing Co., 1907. (1907)

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Item Description: London, Walter Scott Publishing Co., 1907., 1907. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. First edition. Small 4to. Frontispiece photogravure portrait of Crowley by Aimee Dupont. Original white buckram, with elaborate highly stylized ruled title design stamped in gilt, t.e.g., other uncut (light soiling; spine a bit darkened). Very good. 108 pages + 12 page publisher's advertisements at end. No other signatures or bookplates. Number 130 of 500 numbered copies, signed by Aleister Crowley on the limitation page. Presentation copy, signed and inscribed by Aleister Crowley in black fountain pen ink on the front free endpaper with a long inscription to an anonymous recipient: "January 9, 1909, My dear (name of recipient erased), Please accept this book. I think you will like the binding much better that the previous effort. It costs a good deal more, of course, so I am putting up the price to 10 shillings. Even that leaves hardly any way in of profit. Why this book was so very expensive to produce I don't know - but it was! I hope the country is restoring you & that you will be able to keep term after all. Fuller & I are thinking of going up next week - it won't be half itself without you, yours, Aleister Crowley." Printed at the Chiswick Press. Yorke 56. Inscribed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 303225

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FORTH, BEAST! Signed.

Crowley, Aleister] Marlow, Louis. [Louis Wilkinson].

Published by Faber & Faber Ltd,, London (1946)

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Item Description: Faber & Faber Ltd,, London, 1946. 1st Edition. Crowley's Personal Copy. Sm. 8vo., 200pp. A very good copy showing light use. First Edition. Pale blue boards, gilt titled at the spine [mildly faded, the gilt still bright]. Louis Marlow, [Crowley's Literary Executor] satirist, whose criticism of life cuts deep. "This is a book with ingredients both sweet and astringent, written by a man who has thought deeply, acted independently, reflected sagely, and is able to set down in bold, lucid, vivid paragraphs a life-time of rich and impassioned experience." & according to the author, the essays in this book have something to offend everyone. Presentation copy with a lengthy inscription by the author on the half title: "For / Aleister Crowley - With apologies for / the very imperfect / sketch of him / herein attempted. / From / Louis Marlow / And now in April 1946. Deirdre MacAlpine / April 1948". Also - Boldly signed by Crowley on the front pastedown with his phallic signature form, adding four lines of original poetry - "On Louis the immortals / sardonically look / he sought fame as a poet / and found it as a cook!". Penciled notes on the ffe: " Lidoll [sic] Hart / The Revolution in Warfare", & on the verso of the half title: "I want to ask Joad what's his answer to the very serious attack on his integrity on page 98 of this book" Some AC marginalia - one or two author's holographic corrections. With: a very good 2 page als on Crowley's personal stationery with his red 666 seal at the top. Dated September 25, Netherwood, The Ridge, Hastings. "Dear Louis / Peccavi / Mea Maxima Culpa / I ought to be kicked 77 times around circular Route No 2. Ungrateful swine that I am; a hog, a viper. Well, you know, I'm not really though it looks like it". Good content follows - signed: "Thine in sackcloth & ashes / Aleister". Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 21182

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KONX OM PAX. Essays in Light. Signed

Crowley, Aleister.

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Item Description: Walter Scott Publishing Co., London, 1907. 1st Edition. Presentation Copy inscribed to his great friend, Edward Thornton. One of 500 signed copies, additionally inscribed in blue/black fountain pen on the ffe: "Dear Thornton, / Here's luck! How is it / I never hear from you? / Aleister Crowley / [22 Chancery Lane WC]" Small 4to. The first issue bound in black buckram with white lettering [light out of darkness]. A very good copy with some minor shelf wear & surface rubs; the white silk screened titles still quite sharp - a bit of light foxing to the fly leafs [Signed by Aleister Crowley beneath his frontis portrait]. The book contains four essays primarily & was one of Crowley's own favourite works. He wrote glowingly of it in his 'Confessions', in particular describing the final essay 'The Stone of the Philosophers' as being " really beyond praise". "I now began to see that this was schoolboyish bashfulness, and to feel my responsibility as an exponent of the hidden knowledge, to treat my prose as reverently as my verse, and (consequently) to produce masterpieces of learning and wit. The "Dedication and Counter-Dedication" of Konx Om Pax is wholly admirable and it rises to a delightful satirical climax of four stanzas on the "empty-headed Athenians". "The Wake World" is a sublime description of the Path of the Wise, rendered picturesque by the use of the symbols of the Taro, and charming by its personification of the soul as a maiden. "My name is Lola, because I am the Key of Delights, and the other children in my dream call me Lola Daydream." "Ali Sloper; or the Forty Liars" shows traces of my old vulgarity. The dramatis personae contain a lot of bad puns and personal gibes, but the dialogue shows decided improvement; and the "Essay on Truth" is bo th acute and witty, with few blemishes. "Thien Tao" gives my solution of the main ethical and philosophical problems of humanity with a description of the general method of emancipating oneself from the obsession of one's own ideas, while there are passages of remarkable eloquence. The last essay in Konx Om Pax, "The Stone of the Philosophers which is hidden in Abiegnus, the Rosicrucian Mountain of Initiation", is really beyond praise. Its genesis is interesting. I had written at odd times, but mostly during my travels with the Earl of Tankerville, a number of odd lyrics. The idea came to me that I might enhance their value by setting them in prose. I therefore wrote a symposium of a poet, a traveller, a philosophical globetrotter, an a dept, a classical scholar and a doctor. They are made to converse about the chronic calamity of society, and the poems (ostensibly written by one or other of the men) carry on the thought. The result is, in reality, a new form of art; and I certainly assisted the lyrics by giving them appropriate springboards". - A.C. Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 21177

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HOLOGRAPH ENVELOPE BEARING RARE WAX SEAL OF ALEISTER CROWLEY. Signed

Crowley, Aleister.

Published by Publisher, Aylesbury, 11 AM 28 JLY Bucks (1944)

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Item Description: Publisher, Aylesbury, 11 AM 28 JLY Bucks, 1944. Framed & Glazed. Original Autographed Letters & Documents. Aleister Crowley, [Edward Alexander Crowley, 1875 / 1947]. British occultist, writer, mountaineer, poet, Mystic, Magician & Yogi. The most influential member of several occult organizations, including the Golden Dawn & [O.T.O.] Ordo Templi Orientis. Best known today for his occult writings, especially The Book of the Law, the central sacred text of Thelema. Envelope, Signed 666. Aylesbury, 11 AM 28 JLY 1944 Bucks - with his very rare, personal Egyptian cartouche wax seal bearing the symbols of a papyrus stalk, water, a serpent, & ankh, [Recto]In His Hand]: "Rt. Rev Dr. W.B. Crow c/o Geo. H. Brook Esq. Commons Lodge, Lepton in Huddersfield W. Yorks" "P.S. I should also be glad of a list - as long as possible - of all the "fabulous" beings from leprechauns & kelpies to nymphs & reads. Just the names. 666". The Egyptian cartouche wax seal (measures 1" x 1 1/4") & is dark red brick in colour. Very Rare. The envelope is creatively mounted over a strong black & white image of AC; archivally double matted, double glazed for viewing both sides with gold filet in an elegant wood frame, glazed to an overall size of: 13" 1/4 x 16" 1/4 [7" 1/2 x 10" 1/2] . Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 29156

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The Collected Works.

CROWLEY, Aleister.

Published by Foyers, The Society for the Propagation of Religious Truth, 1905–7 (1905)

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Item Description: Foyers, The Society for the Propagation of Religious Truth, 1905–7, 1905. 3 volumes in 1, octavo. Original limp white buckram, titles to upper board gilt, top edge gilt others uncut. Some spotting to endleaves, cloth rather grubby. Very good. Printed on India paper. First Edition, Sole Printing. With the ownership inscription of one Raymond Radclyffe on the front free endpaper, underneath which is Crowley's later signed presentation inscription, "I am sad, for he [Radclyffe] was one of the very best that ever lived; a City Editor straight as Euclid before Einstein attacked him, and one of the best literary critics and friends in the world. But now I am glad, for Collin Brooks to whom I give this copy (which is not mine to give) has restored me to that 'too much love of living' which I thought I had packed. Aleister Crowley 26-5-42 EV". A spectacular piece of early Crowley egomania. Radclyffe was a journalist and editor of whom Crowley wrote, "Raymond Radclyffe, who, though utterly indifferent to Magick, was passionately fond of poetry and thought mine first-class, and unrivaled in my generation"!. Bookseller Inventory # 40343

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Thumbs Up! A pentagram - a pantacle to win the war.

CROWLEY, Aleister.

Published by At the Abbey of Thelema, Rainbow Valley, California: The O.T.O, 1941 (1941)

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Item Description: At the Abbey of Thelema, Rainbow Valley, California: The O.T.O, 1941, 1941. Quarto. Single quire sewn into original blue wrappers, title to front in red, edges uncut, errata slip tipped in on the title. Wrappers a little darkened and very lightly dampstained, tiny closed tear and a couple of spots to frontispiece, faint partial tanning to title. An excellent copy. Portrait frontispiece of the author tipped in. First edition, first printing. Number 32 of 100 numbered copies signed by the author and with his inscription to Knowles on the limitation page: "To Guy Knowles, Known in the Secret Conclaves as G. K., from his old companion-on-the-hoof a.c., known in the Arcane Aeropagus as [feathered arrow pointing to author's signature] in memory of unfading Himalayan splendour". In 1902 Crowley, Guy Knowles (1879–1959) and Swiss climber Jacot-Guillarmod attempted to scale K2. In the course of the climb Crowley threatened Knowles with a revolver. Knowles promptly disarmed him and kept the weapon as a souvenir of their adventure for the rest of his life. Bookseller Inventory # 90036

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Item Description: A rare and interesting four-page autograph letter signed by Aleister Crowley ("666") to his disciple Frieda Harris, April 11th (no year, but 1941). Written from "Barton Brow, Barton Cross" [Torquay] besides which Crowley has written "crucified Sir Percy" - a whimsical reference to Frieda Harris’ husband Sir Percy Alfred Harris, the letter begins with the Thelemic greeting, "Do what thou wilst shall be the whole of the law." He then goes on with six detailed numbered points, the first of which is devoted to an angry denouncement of solicitors (?) Hooper & Walker, who apparently were acting on behalf of his previous landlady and demanding damages for "dilapidations" and loss to the furnished rooms that he had rented. Despite his anger, Crowley manages to weave in a joke about Duchess of Windsor: "I must admit to being much intrigued by the ‘hard-worked Duchess’! ‘Ruined’, too! (can they refer to the late Mrs. Simpson?)" The second section concerns a note to be forwarded to a Miss Bach, apparently about reclaiming some property of his that is in her possession. In the third section he bemoans the tardiness of a typist, Mrs. Upton, in preparing a typescript of Liber LXV. He asks rhetorically if a "prod in the panties" might do some good, and adds that "if she has finished the typing, I could add in the Hebrew myself." In the fourth section he refers to several of his publications, in particular discussing his Songs for Italy, in the process lamenting that "I do have lapses into human frailty. I am ashamed all right; but I can’t help feeling that I could be so much more useful to manikind if I were gently levered into my proper place as a poet. And prophet. Also, it is surely abstract justice that those who was in 1923 what England painfully sees now should have a little credit and consideration. It is shaking hands with thieves and treacherous murdereers that leads to trouble. (Yes, I do hate the political game!) Besides the vision and forethought which I had in ’23 might still be useful to the world in this catastrophe". In the fifth section he discusses "a sad appeal" that he had received, and goes on to say that the answer is "all in [his play] Sir Palamedes the Saracen," and his Hymn to Astarte, continuing that "It is the attainment of the 8 = 3 that supplies the only permanent cure." In the final section Crowley reveals that he is still planning on founding another Abbey, and discusses the O.T.O. principles around which it would be organised, gently chiding Harris that these were explained "in your O.T.O. papers, which you lost!" He closes the letter with "Love is the law, love under will," and signs off "F .’. ly [fraternaly] 666." In very fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 000288

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Original manuscript of a previously-unpublished wartime poem "Remember Pearl Harbour!" signed by Aleister Crowley.

CROWLEY, Aleister.

Published by NP ND [Circa 1942], London (1942)

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Item Description: NP ND [Circa 1942], London, 1942. ND. Four leaves of holograph manuscript of an unpublished WWII poem signed "Aleister Crowley" [with his 'phallic A' signature] on the second leaf. Written in ink on 4 leaves (each approx 8 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches) of Ryman's Jacobean Handmade paper. The rectos of the first two leaves have the poem, the third and fourth leaves comprise notes outlining the rime and rhythm schemes. A note in Crowley's hand at the top of the third leaf is addressed to the Censor, and explains: "Please do not think this is a code. Reference to Mr. Joseph Auslander English Poetry Librarian of Congress Washington D.C. will make evident the bona-fides." A short pencil note on the verso of the fourth leaf is obviously addressed to a copyist, and asks for '2 carbons, all copies on airmail paper. Urgent.' Also included is a typed copy of the poem (only), on two sheets of thin 8 x 10 inch typing paper secured together with a staple, with the title in ink in Crowley's handwriting at the head of the first page, and again but in blue pencil on the verso of the second sheet. Wartime propaganda in the United States (and many other countries) was often crude and racist, and in this extraordinary unpublished piece Crowley demonstrates that he too was not shy about appealing to the lowest common denominator. The poem is believed to have been sent to Agape Lodge member Ray Leffingwell, a musician, perhaps with the idea that he would set it to music. The chorus of the poem reads: Their one weapon, smiling treachery;Imitation, all their span;Their sole pleasure, torture-lechery,Yellow mockeries of man,Gibbering monkeys of Japan: -Come, exterminate the vermin!The poet and novelist Joseph Auslander (1897 - 1965) mentioned by Crowley held the position of 'Consultant in Poetry' to the Library of Congress between 1937 and 1941. Of course the Japanese raid on Pearl Harbour took place on Dec. 7th, 1941, so presumably Crowley wrote the poem and sent it to to his US followers shortly after the attack, that is at the end of 1941 or very beginning of 1942.Pages a trifle dusty, rustmarks from an old paperclip in top left hand corner of the manuscript leaves, otherwise VG plus. Bookseller Inventory # 27810

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THE EYE IN THE TRIANGLE. An Interpretation of Aleister Crowley. Inscribed

Regardie, Israel. [Aleister Crowley].

Published by Llewellyn Publications, Saint Paul, Minnesota: (1970)

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Item Description: Llewellyn Publications, Saint Paul, Minnesota:, 1970. 1st Edition. Presentation Copy. 8vo., A near fine copy in the publisher's black cloth, gilt - in a lightly used dustwrapper. Regardie has warmly inscribed this book to Ursula Greville: "For Ursula / who did some editing on this magnum opus / Love, Francis." {Regardie dedicated AHA! to Ursula Greville a 'loving, generous, devoted friend of many years who, like Aleister Crowley changed the entire course of my life.'} This is a stated First Edition / First Printing. There is some light wear to the board's extremities & to the crown and foot of the book's spine. There are three small page notations on the final free endpaper. The dustwrapper is not price clipped; with the original publisher's price of $10.00 still intact on the front flap. There is a 1" x 2" chip missing from the top right corner of the front panel and a 2" closed tear in the same area. There are several small chips missing from the crown of the DJ's spine. "Aleister Crowley has for years been reviled by the public media as 'The Most Evil Man in the World.' And he has for years been hailed by a small handful of scholars as the greatest of modern mystics, the 'Prophet of a New Aeon.' Now, The Eye in the Triangle appears to clear up some aspects of the dual mystery. In this book Israel Regardie examines the life and work of Aleister Crowley from a sympathetically objective point of view. Many of Crowley's loveliest and holiest works are quoted from sources long out of print. The Eye in the Triangle is essential to an understanding not only of Crowley but of all modern magic and occultism." -- from the book's dustwrapper. Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 26938

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Alice: An Adultery.

CROWLEY, Aleister.

Published by Privately Printed, London (1903)

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Item Description: Privately Printed, London, 1903. First Edition. Softcover. 8vo. x x + 96pp. Original green "camel hair" turned-in wrapper. China paper. According to Duncombe-Jewell only 100 copies of this First Edition were printed. Alice was amongst Crowley's favourite poetical works: it is a sonnet sequence in which he recounts a particularly memorable affair that he had enjoyed with a married woman a few years earlier in Honolulu. It includes a "Critical Essay on Alice" signed 'G.K.' not reprinted in the 1905 edition. A truly rare book - seldom found because of its small printing and notoriously frail binding. Backstrip slightly faded, wrappers a little chipped at head and tail of spine, very light scattered foxing throughout. Otherwise a clean VG+ copy. Bookseller Inventory # 39465

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THE TREE OF LIFE, A STUDY IN MAGIC. Signed.

Aleister Crowley] Regardie, Israel.

Published by Rider & Co., London (1932)

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Item Description: Rider & Co., London, 1932. 1st Edition. Presentation Copy To Hereward Carrington. First edition. large 8vo, 286 pp, A very good copy [some shelf wear & wear at the head & heel of the spine in publisher's black cloth, gilt title to spine, illustrated, 3 beautiful multicolor plates, 6 other illustrations. Presentation Copy - Hereward Carrington (1880-1958) was one of the great psychic & magic researchers of the 20th Century. He was friends with Houdini, Crowley, & other greats in the magic & occult realm. He wrote several books, including "Houdini and Conan Doyle", along with Bernard Ernst. He was President & founder of the American Psychical Institute, had his own radio show in the 1930s/40s. His books are still in publication today. (Francis) Israel Regardie (1907-1985) was an occultist, author and one time secretary to the legendary Aleister Crowley. As an adept of the now defunct secret order known as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, he became infamous among the occultists of his day for breaking his oath of secrecy and publishing the order's complete rituals in his book "The Golden Dawn". Regardie continued with his occult studies and already established as a co-author, published the first of his own books A Garden of Pomegranates and The Tree of Life in 1932. The first contai ned his Qabalistic studies and was based on research and knowledge gleaned from various sources. The Tree of Life however was based on the teachings of the Golden Dawn, which had ceased to exist in 1903. When published it caused a lot of excitement among the occult elite and was considered one of the most complete and understandable texts on practical magic ever written. Through out his career, Regardie's own achievements were often overshadowed by his association with Aleister Crowley, which often frustrated him, but his charitable nature and his ability to be forgiving toward his old friend was evident when he authored perhaps the most definitive biography on Crowley called The Eye in the Triangle. Regardie retired from his practice in 1981 and moved to Sedona, Arizona where he continued to write. His later books included Ceremonial Magic, The Lazy Man's Guide to Relaxation, and The Complete Golden Dawn System of Magic. While retired he continued to give advice on health and magical matters until the end of his life. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 21180

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The Ninth Arch.

GRANT, Kenneth ( Signed ) [ Associate of Aleister Crowley ].

Published by Starfire Publishing Ltd., London (2002)

ISBN 10: 0952782499 ISBN 13: 9780952782490

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Item Description: Starfire Publishing Ltd., London, 2002. First edition, Edition Deluxe. Hardcover. Thick 8vo. xxxviii + 604 pp. Bound in quarter leather with decorated gold paper covered boards, gilt title etc. to spine, grey endpages. Colour frontispiece of an artwork in pastel by Austin Osman Spare. Illustrations. Index, glossary and appendices. Edition deluxe, limited to 97 numbered copies signed by Kenneth and Steffi Grant - this being copy no. 93! "The Ninth Arch" contains the text and commentary on the "Book of the Spider," a "received" text revealed to members of the Nu Isis Lodge of Grant's Typhonian O.T.O. The work completes Grant's trilogy of trilogies (The Magical Revival, Aleister Crowley and the Hidden God, & Cults of the Shadow) + (Nightside of Eden, Outside the Circles of Time, Hecate's Fountain) + (Outer Gateways, Beyond the Mauve Zone, Ninth Arch). Includes 26 black and white plates of work by Kenneth & Steffi Grant, Pete Smith, Hiruyuli Fukuda, Alfred Floki, Brian Ward, Ellerina Mortier, Mark Bell, Morn Morgan, Sidney Sime and Judith Page. A coloured plate bound in at the rear reproduces the front panel designs of the dustwrappers of the nine books which make up Grant's three trilogies. Dustwrapper design by Steffi Grant. Edges a trifle darkened, otherwise a Fine seemingly-unread copy in near Fine dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 47465

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Beyond the Mauve Zone.

GRANT, Kenneth [ Associate of Aleister Crowley ].

Published by Starfire Publishing Ltd., London (1999)

ISBN 10: 0952782448 ISBN 13: 9780952782445

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Item Description: Starfire Publishing Ltd., London, 1999. First edition, Edition Deluxe. Hardcover. Thick 8vo. xii + 368 pp. Bound in quarter leather with decorated gold paper covered boards, gilt title etc. to spine, purple endpapers, color frontis, 18 pages of black and white plates, + 3 illustrations / diagrams in text. Edition deluxe, limited to 71 numbered copies signed by both Kenneth and Steffi Grant on the half-title page, this copy being no. 5. The colour frontispiece reproduces an artwork by Steffi Grant. "Beyond The Mauve Zone" is the second volume in the third group of books by Grant known as the "Typhonian Trilogies." Small sharp bump at middle of lower edge of rear board, pages very lightly browned - otherwise near Fine in Near fine dustjacket. (Dust jacket very lightly rubbed at edges). Includes publisher's A4 colour prospectus and order form for the standard edition of the book, loosely inserted at front. Bookseller Inventory # 47464

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ASTROLOGY: YOUR PLACE IN THE STARS. Signed

Adams, Evangeline [Aleister Crowley].

Published by Dodd Mead & Company, New York (1930)

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Item Description: Dodd Mead & Company, New York, 1930. 1st Edition. First Edition. A near fine, fresh copy in a very good original dustwrapper showing light use with a 1" chip on the back panel. Inscribed by Adams on the front free endpaper: "Subscribed to Mr. George H. Gregory / with best of wishes of / Evangeline Adams / May 1930". large 8vo. xiv + 528 pp. original bright blue cloth with gilt title to spine & front cover, Illustrated in B&W, with charts. Published under the Adams's name, the book was likely written by Aleister Crowley who co-wrote & ghost wrote several titles with Adams over a number of years until they has a falling out. This title was her [their] most ambitious; a primer to the planets' influence in the various signs & contributed much to her success as the most famous astrologer of her day, responsible for broadening the appeal of astrology in America. "Adams came from the same illustrious family as two American presidents, John Adams & John Quincy Adams; however, she dismayed her conservative New England relations by, 'dabbling in heathenism'. Her clients ranged from the poor and unknown to the powerful and famous. She taught astrology to financier John Pierpont Morgan, who once stated, 'Millionaires don't use astrology, billionaires do." A rare presentation copy. Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 27519

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Item Description: [1941], 1941. Written on all four sides of two sheets of 8 x 5 inch pages buff-colored notepaper. The letter is headed simply, "The Gardens" (which most likely referred to his lodgings at 14 Lasell Gardens, Maidenhead) and "die [mars symbol]" - ie Wednesday. Other internal evidence within the letter (the place it was written, a mention of the forthcoming Equinox, and matching references in his diaries suggests that it was almost certainly written on Wednesday March 19th, 1941. The letter begins and ends with the Thelemic greetings, and is signed "With love, Aleister," (with Crowley's "phallic A"). He has also initialled the postscript at the end. It is entirely written in Crowley's hand, and is approx. 520 words in length. A long, loquacious letter. Much of the first page is devoted to Crowley bemoaning Harris' failure to write or visit, and the attendant lack of stimulation. He then goes on to mention the forthcoming vernal Equinox, and his impending move, presumably to the room he took at Barton Brow. He describes it thus "It is 'at the top of the world'; high and dry (I think good hor health) with views to the horizon in every direction. Lovely - my hat! Three miles out from Torquay and a quarter of a mile or more beyond 'bus terminus. 'Oly 'ermit [Holy Hermit] will more than ever be my middle name. He lists things that he would like Harris to "wake up about" including that she visit "for a week to get a real grasp of the Yi (King); also to settle the edition definitive of the Tarot for good. He then discusses his health "I seem much better, full of energy; but I still have to take medicine, and my nights are not too good" and dental problems before signing of. In a PS he advises her that Edward Noel FitzGerald, a student of his whom he hoped might be his successor, was very ill and in hospital, and observes "He can eat little but eggs which he says are 'almost unprocurable.' I am sending him any I can get; perhaps you can do something similar. The letter is actually from the collection of former Crowley associate, Edward Noel Fitzgerald, (1908-1958), Frater Agape, a IX degree member of the O.T.O., having been given to him by Lady Harris after Crowley's death. Some light creasing and discoloration and a few pin-holes. Also a two inch square brown shadowed patch on the final page - appears to be offsetting from a separate piece of paper. Otherwise Very Good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 48138

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Gargoyles. Being Strangely Wrought Images of Life and Death.

CROWLEY, Aleister.

Published by Society for the Propagation of Religious Truth, Boleskine, Foyers (1906)

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Item Description: Society for the Propagation of Religious Truth, Boleskine, Foyers, 1906. First edition. Small 8vo. vi + 104pp. Original printed jap vellum turned-in wrappers, over plain paper boards. Title page in red and black. One of an issue of 50 copies on handmade paper. It was intended that these would be numbered and signed, and although this copy has been numbered, it has not been signed. (There was also an issue of 2 copies on roman vellum, and 300 copies on machine made-paper ). A collection of verse by Crowley, dedicated to a romantic interest named Lola who he met just as he was about to break up with his wife Rose: "At Coulsdon, at the very moment when my conjugal cloudburst was impending, I had met one of the most exquisitely beautiful young girls, by English standards, that ever breathed and blushed. She did not appeal to me only as a man; she was the very incarnation of my dreams as a poet. Her name was Vera; but she called herself "Lola". To her I dedicated Gargoyles with a little prose poem, and the quatrain (in the spirit of Catullus) 'Kneel down, dear maiden o'mine.' It was after her that my wife called the new baby!" Wrappers grubby and internally (and very neatly) reinforced at spine. All else sound and bright. Overall a VG+ copy. Bookseller Inventory # 33979

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Item Description: [1942], 1942. Written on all both sides of a single sheet of 10 x 8 inch off-white very thin typing paper. The letter is headed simply, "5 Dover St W.I. / REG: 5950" (which is the address and telephone number of the flat he took in Arlington Chambers in April 1942). It is dated simply "May 5" [1942] and begins and ends with the Thelemic greetings, and is signed simply "yours, Aleister," (with Crowley's "phallic A"). It is entirely written in Crowley's hand, and is approx. 200 words in length. Crowley begins with a short reference to an enclosure, which is no longer present. Crowley then goes on to write of the Thoth tarot images which she had recently shown him: "I must have been in a strangely good temper yesterday morning for I liked many of those pictures quite a lot. There is a sort of frustrated vehmence in them which will become fertile as soon as it finds the Law of Thelema. Observe - and this goes for Andrew Marvell too - the lack of clean-cut idea. I do not mean anything intellectual, or capable of intellectual expression. But these pictures are not living beings, not viable, as biologists say. They are not individuals with a history and a future. The are phenomena arising from the clash of blind forces ." Crowley then writes of generally feeling tired and dissatisfiedL "all dressed up and nowhere to go" before continuing "But I am so anxious to get the Tarot fixed." At the time he is known to have been quite suspiscious about Harris and her doings, and casually asks "What happened at your secret and mysterious lunch with Tredegar" (the reference being to Evan Morgan, later 4th Baron, 2nd Viscount Tredegar (1893 – 1949), a poet and noted eccentric who had a life long involvement with the occult and who Crowley knew quite well). Crowely closes the letter rather disconsolately "This is a rotten letter, but I am tired." The paper is quite discoloured, particularly around the margins, and there are a number of small chips to the edges, although with no actual loss of text. Still a significant and intersting letter, with a large signature with nice flourish. A long, loquacious letter. Much of the first page is devoted to Crowley bemoaning Harris' failure to write or visit, and the attendant lack of stimulation. He then goes on to mention the forthcoming vernal Equinox, and his impending move, presumably to the room he took at Barton Brow. He describes it thus "It is 'at the top of the world'; high and dry (I think good hor health) with views to the horizon in every direction. Lovely - my hat! Three miles out from Torquay and a quarter of a mile or more beyond 'bus terminus. 'Oly 'ermit [Holy Hermit] will more than ever be my middle name. He lists things that he would like Harris to "wake up about" including that she visit "for a week to get a real grasp of the Yi (King); also to settle the edition definitive of the Tarot for good. He then discusses his health "I seem much better, full of energy; but I still have to take medicine, and my nights are not too good" and dental problems before signing of. In a PS he advises her that Edward Noel FitzGerald, a student of his whom he hoped might be his successor, was very ill and in hospital, and observes "He can eat little but eggs which he says are 'almost unprocurable.' I am sending him any I can get; perhaps you can do something similar. The letter is actually from the collection of former Crowley associate, Edward Noel Fitzgerald, (1908-1958), Frater Agape, a IX degree member of the O.T.O., having been given to him by Lady Harris after Crowley's death. Some light creasing and discoloration and a few pin-holes. Also a two inch square brown shadowed patch on he final page - appears to be offsetting from a separate piece of paper. Otherwise Very Good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 48139

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Item Description: NP ND [1946], 1946. The draft of a telegram written on the recto only of a single sheet of two sheets of 8 x 5 inch notepaper. The draft, in Crowley's distinctive handwriting, has the telegram address "LILLIPUT LUD LONDON" and "1 / 4" (the latter in pencil) at the head of the page. The text reads: "Please alter personal note stop Mailing revised copy immediately [signed] Aleister Crowley." In 1946 Crowley, with the assistance of John Symonds - then a young journalist who would later become one of the Beast's best known biographers - placed a short humorous piece by Crowley entitled "How to tell an Englishman from an American" with the editors of Lilliput, a popular small-format magazine. However it seems that Crowley was not happy with the "potted biography" or "personal note" about him that either Symonds or the Lilliput editors wrote to accompany the piece. On receiving the proofs or draft text he therefore sent this telegram, asking them not to go to press with the existing text, but rather to wait on an alternative piece that he would send them at once. The published biographical note, under "Contributors to this issue" reads in part: "Aleister Crowley (p. 147) magus, poet, mountaineer, explorer, big game hunter, chess master and cook - to mention a few of his accomplishments. Author of many books, particularly standard works on Magic and the Tart Cards ." and was almost certainly written by Crowley himself. So presumably the telegram had the desired effect. An interesting piece relating to a publication which, due to Lilliput's huge circulation, probably had the largest print-run of any non-newspaper publication in Crowley's lifetime. Nicely signed, although with Crowley's triangular "civvy" A rather than his more occult "phallic A." Very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 45906

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Rosa Coeli A Poem By H.D. Carr With An Original Composition By Auguste Rodin

Crowley, Aleister [H.R. Carr]

Published by Printed At The Chiswick Press, London (1907)

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Item Description: Printed At The Chiswick Press, London, 1907. Hardcover. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Rodin, Auguste (illustrator). First edition. 17 pages in text. 32 x 25 cm. Limited edition, one of 488 copies on handmade paper with a full page watercolor drawing by Auguste Rodin signed in the plate. Born Edward Alexander Crowley, also known as Frater Perdurabo and The Great Beast, Crowley, a bisexual libertine who gained tumultuous notoriety in his lifetime; denounced by the popular press as "the wickedest man in the world," was perhaps the most influential occultist of all time. He married Rose Edith Kelly in 1904 to which these poems may have been dedicated. Clean, bright copy, lacks back cover. Orig. blue printed wrappers disbound, housed in fine quarter brown morocco and maroon cloth portfolio, spine printed in gilt. Bookseller Inventory # 19289

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Letter Refering to Aleister Crowley as 'our mutual friend'

Chesterton, G.K. & Crowley, Aleister (relating to)

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Item Description: 1930. Letter. Book Condition: Fine. Although Crowley is not mentioned by name the letter refers to 'our mutual friend' and continues by wondering how he manages to live in Kensington with his wife in such state - 'How does he do it?' Signed G.K. and handwritten on headed paper: 4, Park Row, Knightsbridge, S.W.1. Originally sent to the recipient with a copy of 'his latest publication' Magic in Theory and Practice. Dated 8.vii.30. Single sheet headed notepaper, 13 x 17.5cm, fine. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 005942

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The Equinox. Vol. V, No. 2. The Official Organ of the A. A. The Review of Scientific Illuminism

CROWLEY, Aleister (Edited by Marcelo Ramos Motta).

Published by Thelema Publishing Company, Nashville, TN (1979)

ISBN 10: 0933454015 ISBN 13: 9780933454019

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Item Description: Thelema Publishing Company, Nashville, TN, 1979. Deluxe Edition. Hardcover. Large 8vo, [viii] + 404 pp [+ 4pp adverts], Special gold-colored padded binding, all edges gilt, faux marble endpapers. Edition Deluxe - Limited to 200 specially bound copies, signed and numbered by Marcelo Motta. A very low-numbered copy SIGNED twice by Motta on the limitation page - once as '666' and once with his normal signature. Contents: Praemonstrance, Poem in a Straight Line by Fernando Pessoa, The Slightly Smaller Stick [reviews], The Eighth Poem of the Keeper of the Herds by Fernando Pessoa, The O.T.O. Manifesto, Taking a Stand by Soror K.A., Liber LXV Commented by Aleister Crowley and Marcelo Ramos Motta, Untitled Poem by Jonathon Harker, Liber CCXXXI A Personal Research by Marcelo Ramos Motta, The Slightly Smaller Stick (II). The only volume of Motta's "Equinox" series to be issued in a signed limited edition. Motta was notoriously reticent about signing books, so his signature is otherwise scarce. Slightly shaken but still sound, lower edges rubbed with some chafing, spine ends and corners lightly bumped and chafed, otherwise a clean better than VG copy in near VG dust jacket (Dust jacket has some discolored patches caused by old tape residue on the inside showing through, a few short closed tears and tiny chips to edges). Bookseller Inventory # 43619

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Black to Black and other Poems.

GRANT, Kenneth [ Aleister Crowley - related works ].

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Item Description: Carfax, London, 1963. First edition. Hardcover. Octavo. 32pp. Black cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Black dust jacket starkly lettered in white. The first hundred copies of this edition were supposed to have been numbered and signed on the limitation page, but it seems unlikely that this was done as we have never seen a copy marked thus. While this copy is neither numbered or signed on the limitation page, it is inscribed in Grant's handwriting: "Kenneth / to / Kenneth / Spring 1963" (an obvious play on the book's title "Black to Black") on the half title page. As this was presumably the time of publication, it is tempting to speculate that this may once have been Grant's own copy, although the possibility remains that he inscribed it for a namesake although it is then hard to explain why he didn't sign and number it. "Black to Black" contains fifteen poems and is the first volume of poetry to be published by Kenneth Grant. From Grant's preface: "Prose is a record of experience, whereas all real poetry is experience itself, both for the poet and his reader. Where prose achieves this quality it is no longer prose, but poetry, regardless of its form or structure. Poetry is therefore a means of knowing Reality - it is direct experience - and this Reality does not consist in what is experienced but in the act of experiencing itself. Similarly, it matters little of what we are conscious; the object of consciousness has value only insofar as it proves the presence of consciousness. Likewise, poetry has an arbitrary content, being an experience of Reality on levels which transcend the contingent, such as the actual content of the poem, its structure, and accidental accessories conditioned by time and place. Poetry is the means of experience as well as being the experience itself, in the same sense that the Prajna and the Upaya are identical." The faintest of bruising to spine ends, paper lightly browned, otherwise a lovely near Fine copy and very scarce, especially with a contemporary inscription. Bookseller Inventory # 47979

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Jane Wolfe: The Cefalu Diaries 1920-1923 - With Commentary by Aleister Crowley

Wolfe, Jane; Crowley, Aleister; Compiled and Introduced By David Shoemaker

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Item Description: College of Thelema of Northern California, 2008. Full-Leather. Book Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. First edition, hardcover, #25 of 31 copies, signed by the editor, a crisp, Near Fine copy in full black leather with gilt titles. Signed by Editor. Bookseller Inventory # 37714

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Against The Light. A Nightside Narrative.

GRANT, Kenneth [ Aleister Crowley - related works ].

Published by Starfire Publishing Ltd., London (1997)

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Item Description: Starfire Publishing Ltd., London, 1997. First edition - Edition Deluxe. Hardcover, 8vo, (xiv) + 120 pp, (+ viiipp. adverts) Quarter morocco leather with decorated gold paper covered boards, gilt title etc. to spine, black endpapers. 'Edition Deluxe,' limited to 50 specially bound hand-numbered copies signed by Kenneth and Steffi Grant on the copyright page, this being copy no 49. Occult fiction in Grant's "Nightside Narratives" series. A lovely bright Fine copy in near Fine dustjacket. Bookseller Inventory # 47469

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Red Flame a Thelemic Research Journal. Issue No. 1: The Poetry of Grady Louis McMurtry.

McMURTRY, Grady Louis [ Aleister Crowley: related works] J. Edward and Marlene Cornelius (Editors).

Published by Privately Printed (J. Edward and Marlene Cornelius), Berkeley, CA (1994)

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Item Description: Privately Printed (J. Edward and Marlene Cornelius), Berkeley, CA, 1994. First Edition - First Issue. Softcover. Quarto. approx. 220pp (variously paginated) The first edition of the very first volume of the Red Flame series, limited to only 56 copies. This copy signed by editor Jerry Cornelius on the first leaf. This book is entirely devoted to the poetry of Grady Louis McMurtry (1918-1985) who (as Frater Hymenaeus Alpha 777) ran Aleister Crowley's Ordo Templi Orientis from 1969 until his death in 1985. In the large format that would become synoymous with the early "Red Flame" series (the later volumes were published in smaller "trade paperback" format). Edges and spine ends lightly chafed, otherwise a tight clean copy in near Fine condition. Extremely uncommon, and a landmark work in modern Thelema. Bookseller Inventory # 43365

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Snowdrops from a Curate's Garden.

Crowley, Aleister

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Item Description: edda 2013., 2013. 206 (2) s. Richly illustrated. Half French binding, slip case in cloth, silk screen print. Förlagsnytt exemplar. The first 43 copies are hardbound in a Half French binding and come in a slipcase together with a signed silkscreen print by Fredrik Söderberg (Limited Edition). Bookseller Inventory # 141781

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The Other Child and Other Tales.

GRANT, Kenneth. Signed [ Associate of Aleister Crowley ].

Published by Starfire Publishing Ltd., London (2003)

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Item Description: Starfire Publishing Ltd., London, 2003. First Edition. Edition Deluxe. Hardcover. 8vo. 216pp. Bound in quarter black goatskin with handmade gold marbled paper over boards. Gilt title etc. to spine. Color frontis. Dust jacket illustration by Steffi Grant. This is the "Edition Deluxe" limited to 94 specially-bound copies, hand-numbered and signed by Kenneth and Steffi Grant. Occult fiction in Grant's Nightside Narratives series. A lovely bright copy with just a tiny light bump at lower edge of upper board otherwise Fine condition in near Fine dust jacket. (Rear panel very faintly rubbed). Bookseller Inventory # 47468

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Gamaliel, the Diary of a Vampire and Dance, Doll, Dance!

GRANT, Kenneth. Signed [ Associate of Aleister Crowley ].

Published by Starfire Publishing Ltd., London (2003)

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Item Description: Starfire Publishing Ltd., London, 2003. First edition. Edition Deluxe. Hardcover. 8vo. 158 pp. Bound in quarter black goatskin with hand-made marbled gilt papered boards, gilt title etc. to spine, red endpages, color frontis. The "Edition Deluxe" limited to 81 hand-numbered copies signed by both Kenneth and Steffi Grant on the limitation page. Two tales in the 'Nightside Narratives' series - a companion volume to Grant's Against the Light and Snakewand and the Darker Strain. Light bump to top edge of upper board, otherwise a lovely near Fine copy in very lightly rubbed near-Fine dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 39282

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Convolvulus and Other Poems.

GRANT, Kenneth, Signed. Illustrations by Austin Osman Spare [ Associate of Aleister Crowley ].

Published by Starfire Publishing, London (2005)

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Item Description: Starfire Publishing, London, 2005. First Edition. Edition Deluxe. Hardcover. 8vo. 192pp. Quarter leather with silver cloth boards, gilt titling to spine. Endpapers printed in repeating pattern of line drawings by Austin Osman Spare. Illustrated title page printed in green and black. Austin Osman Spare illustrations in text. The "Edition Deluxe" limited to 75 specially bound hand-numbered copies signed by both Kenneth and Steffi Grant. A collection of poetry by Kenneth Grant, of the Nu Isis Lodge of the Typhonian O.T.O. "Convolvulus" contains all the poems previously published in the works "Black To Black" and "The Gull's Beak," along with a hitherto unpublished collection "Convolvulus: Poems of Love and The Other Darkness." Alongside the poems are reproductions of 21 sketches by Grant's friend, the artist Austin Osman Spare. Dustwrapper design by Steffi Grant. Upper spine very lightly rubbed, otherwise a lovely copy. As new. Fine condition Fine dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 43623

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