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777 And Other Qabalistic Writings of Aleister Crowley: Including Gematria & Sepher Sephiroth Paperback – June 1, 1986
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A fine reading experience. Aleister Crowley created some of his finest writings in this collection. --Lee Prosser, Ghostvillage.com
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Aleister Crowley (1875-1947), who claimed to be the re-incarnation of Dr. John Dee among others, lived in England from 1875 through 1947. He is the author of several Weiser Books titles, including Book of Thoth, Diary of a Drug Fiend, Magick, Book of Lies and Book of the Law.
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I keep 777 right by and handy all the time and refer to it daily. There is a lot of information in there. I also find it inspiring, like I do all of Crowley's works I have studied.
Published by Weiser, I love the quality of this book. It just feels good in the hand, nice paper and formatting. I have a few of their books(Weiser's) and I am impressed with the quality of each one of them. Good job!
For our own part, these elves find Crowley's writings to be both a challenge and a paradox, sometimes quite good and sometimes less so. He was one of those people who liked to write as though there were deeper mysteries that he knew but could not reveal, which may be the case, but we've meet others like that and it turned out in most cases just a habit of speech they developed mixed with a touch of blarney. Interesting in most cases, even entertaining, but often empty at their core. We much prefer, in this case, Skinner's direct and clear writings, but then we are simple folk.
The Silver Elves authors of Liber Aelph: Words of Guidance from the Silver Elves to our Magical Children.
There is also a lot on Gematria which can be useful for some magicians, I suppose. To be truthful, I feel Gematria is somewhat overrated in modern magick, due in part to Crowley. Certainly it has its place, but I've seen too many magicians put way too much credence in the way numbers add up to the point they become silly numerologists. Either way though, here is a good place to start for making your own Gematric encyclopedia.