With the whole of the book translating so much information in such a few pages.
Book 4 part one and two contains the "Yoga of the West" which is combined with the "Yoga of the East" the study of Eastern mysticism and Western magick.
This book is what gave me a deep appreciation for his work, his philosophy, his magick, everything.
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I personally don't subscribe to any particular religion (Thelema included), so, I have a hard time taking this too serious myself... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jason A.
A little book packed with some of Aleister's Crowley most insightful work. Easy to read and filled with inspiring work , as always.Published 13 months ago by Robert 93
This book represents Aleister Crowley's preparation for a study in Magick which he enters into fully in Magick In Theory and Practice. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Patrick King
Crowley is one of those figures I feel a person either really digs what he says or thinks he is totally off his rocker. This book is the most simplistic teaching Crowley has. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Cory
Let me start out by saying; I can not rate the entire contents of this book, since I read only small portion of it. Read morePublished 19 months ago by NatHlthDude
I originally bought this book because of the Prefatory Note written by Crowley; quite simply, just that introduction is worth the entire purchase price, as it is probably the most... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Skinr
Crowley was at his best and worst in this one. He was so brilliant, and yet you get the feeling he may have been smoking too much hashish when he wrote this one. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Lokisson