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Knox Om Pax By Aleister Crowley,

  • Title: Knox Om Pax
  • Author: Aleister Crowley
  • ISBN: 9780911662498
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Paperback
  • Book DescriptionThe first facsimile edition of this masterwork of Hermeticism and Magick, described by its author as the most remarkable book on the Mystic Path ever written It has long been treasured by students and collectors in its first edition of 1907 Crowley poured his occult knowledge, particularly that which he learned in the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn,Book DescriptionThe first facsimile edition of this masterwork of Hermeticism and Magick, described by its author as the most remarkable book on the Mystic Path ever written It has long been treasured by students and collectors in its first edition of 1907 Crowley poured his occult knowledge, particularly that which he learned in the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, into the four essays contained therein It is an essential work for all students of the Golden Dawn and Magick.From the PublisherA new introduction by Crowley scholar Martin Starr places the book in the context of the author s life and work Hardcover, 144 pages, printed in two colors on acid free paper, with duotone portrait of the author
    Knox Om Pax Book DescriptionThe first facsimile edition of this masterwork of Hermeticism and Magick described by its author as the most remarkable book on the Mystic Path ever written It has long been treasured

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    1. Collection of essays by Crowley loosely connected by the theme of multi faceted perceptions of reality, the union of opposites toward pan, etc The essays themselves work with varying degrees for me, my favorite being The Wake World , an allegorical tale of Quabbalistic pathworking The ideas outlined in Synagogue of Satan are valuable in personal development, but as a plan for governing a country would be highly impractical, despite it s billing as a political essay Not to mention the 1900 s era [...]

    2. One of those wicked little mystical volumes that you ll need to reread a few times, forget about it and then one day BAMMM

    3. I bought an earlier edition from a bookseller in New Orleans that a friend led me to Little Lola Daydream is such a nice character, much like the Beatrix Potter mice.

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