This exquisite five-volume box set comprises of some of the most renowned works of Aleister Crowley, a legendary figure in the world of occultism who has had a profound impact on modern esotericism.
This collection offers a glimpse into the enigmatic mind of Crowley, a leading figure in the early 20th century occult movement. Crowley's teachings and practices were heavily influenced by Western esotericism, including elements of Kabbalah, alchemy, and astrology, as well as Eastern mysticism. He believed in the power of individual will to achieve spiritual transformation and sought to create a new form of religion based on these insights which he named Thelema.
These five paperback volumes bring together his fiction, poetry and spiritual philosophy, presented with striking cover designs and insightful introductions. Together they offer a wonderful way to truly understand his teachings.
• The Diary of a Drug Fiend: Fiction inspired by Crowley's own experimentation with drugs.
• Moonchild: A novel involving a magical war between magicians over an unborn child.
• The Book of Lies: An enigmatic occult text exploring magick, meditation, divination, and the nature of the universe.
• The Book of the Law and Liber 777: Two texts forming the basis of Crowley's spiritual philosophy, Thelema.
• Clouds Without Water and White Stains: Two of his esoteric poetry collections in one volume.
This box set is a must-have for fans of Crowley's work and those interested in the occult and Crowley's magick philosophy.