Aleister 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 which are now being issued over the title that he chose, "MAGICK WITHOUT TEARS."
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Description du livre U.S.A.: Falcon Press Publishing Co., 1973. Soft cover. État : Very Good. Normal wear and very slight age discoloration to page edges. Cover has minimal wear along edges. N° de réf. du libraire 2090
Description du livre Falcon Press, Phoenix, AZ, 1982. Limited edition, Signed. Hardcover. Thick octavo. xxxii + 528 pp, Quarter black pebbled cloth with maroon faux leather boards, gilt title, etc. to spine , and OTO lamen stamped upside down on upper board (as are all). Edition limited edition to 250 numbered copies of which this is number 84. Signed by Israel Regardie on the title page. Crowley's original title for this book was 'Aleister Explains Everything' - for it is in essence his personal commentary on magical work and training, offered in the simplest and most straightforward terms, in the form of 80 letters addressed to students. It was first published by Karl Germer in 1954, and reissued in slightly abridged form with a new Preface by Regardie in 1973. This is a deluxe reissue of that edition, signed by Regardie. The faintest of marks from handling to page edges otherwise a tight, bright near Fine copy. Still in the original thick plastic transparent plastic dust jacket (which has offset very slightly on spine leaving it slightly sticky - which sounds worse than it is!). N° de réf. du libraire 56429