The confessions of Aleister Crowley: an autohagiography

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Routledge, Chapman & Hall, Incorporated, 1979 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 960 pages
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Crowley's writing on occultism ("Magick") can be overly technical. He is at his best when writing about himself or others. With the bizarre and adventurous life he led, Crowley's autobiography is a fun and interesting read. Read full review

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For such a wicked, bloated "beast" Mr Crowley can nevertheless pack one heck of a wallop on the page. His descriptions of early school days and forays into magicks and the ever-tantalizing beat of his ... Read full review

Contents

PREFACE
9
Towards the Golden Dawn
29
The Mystical Adventure
199
Copyright

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