The Eye in the Triangle: An Interpretation of Aleister Crowley

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New Falcon Publications, 1982 - Biography & Autobiography - 517 pages
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This book is the classic Crowley biography. It is an intelligent and insightful look into Crowley's life, magick and mysticism. Regardie interprets all this from the wisdom of experience. It was Regardie's main ambition to preserve and perpetuate the teachings and work of Aleister Crowley and the Golden Dawn. This new edition of The Eye in the Triangle was edited with a Foreword by David Cherubim from the Golden Dawn and Aleister Crowley Foundation.

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Part OneThe
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Frater Perdurabo
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Part TwoNeophyte
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Israel Regardie (1907-1985) was an Adept of the Golden Dawn and he was one of the greatest exponents of the Western Esoteric Tradition of the 20th century. He was also an initiate of Aleister Crowley's Order of the A.A., and he was a IXth degree initiate of Crowley's O.T.O. It was his aim to preserve the teachings and work of the Golden Dawn and Aleister Crowley. His success in this task has profoundly influenced occult thought. From the age of 20, Regardie worked as Crowley's personal secretary. During this period, until their bitter parting, Regardie was one of the few who knew Crowley well. He was one of the few who were qualified to provide first-hand, personal insight into the character and personality of one of the major figures in Western Magick. In addition to his extensive writings, Regardie practiced as a chiropractor and as a neo-Reichian therapist. He taught Psychiatry at the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic and contributed articles to many Psychology magazines.

Robert Anton Wilson is the author of The Illuminatus! Trilogy (with Robert Shea); the Cosmic Trigger trilogy; The New Inquisition; the Schrodingers Cat Trilogy; Prometheus Rising; The Walls Came Tumbling Down; Wilhelm Reich in Hell; and numerous books on psychology, social philosophy, sexuality, and practical magick. New Scientist called the Schrodingers Cat Trilogy the most scientific of all science fiction novels and, for The Illuminatus! Trilogy, Wilson received the 1986 Prometheus Hall of Fame Award.

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