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ISBN 0710074239 / 9780710074232 / 0-7100-7423-9
Publisher Samuel Weiser
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The first three sections of this work consist of Parts I-III of Aleister Crowley's Book Four. Crowley's text is given in it's entirety (the few exceptions are noted in the text), as his is the most superb introduction to the Science of Illumination written in the West. Section IV currently consists of The Book of the Law, but does not contain the full text of its history and reception included in the full edition of The Equinox of the Gods. The first four sections present a full course in Magick & Mysticism and thelemic theology the fifth section gives an example of what experimental magick can create in the illustration of the mysteries revealed by Dr. John Dee and Edward Kelly and the medieval magick of the Solomonic grimoires (in this case the Goetia) the sixth section provides an example of a unique manifestation of New Aeonic occult theory the seventh section provides an introduction into a specific esoteric empowerment held by a small group of adepts.
Other than those sections by Crowley (sections 1-4 and Liber Chanokh in section 5), all other material is the creation of the editor. In the body of Crowley's text, the editor's comments are designated by  and are relegated to the footnotes. The only other changes to Crowley's text is the standardization of citations to the Equinox. Parts I and II of Book Four were written before the completion of the first volume, thus Crowley cites the Equinox by number only. We modified all citations to conform to Equinox volume(number) format. Footnotes are enumerated by section. [via]
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