Title In The Set:
1. The Diary of a Drug Fiend
3. The Book of Lies
4. The Book of the Law and Liber 777
5. Clouds Without Water and White StainsDescription:The Diary of a Drug Fiend
When the charming Sir Peter Pendragon meets Louise Laleham, the two immediately begin a whirlwind relationship, get married, and embark on a frenetic drug-fuelled European adventure. Riddled with depression and desperate to find some direction in life, Sir Peter soon experiences the intoxicating thrills and terrifying dangers of the drugs both he and his wife enjoy. Upon their return home, conflict arises as the couple try to abandon their addiction and experiment with "magick".
Inspired by Aleister Crowley's own experience as a drug addict, The Diary of a Drug Fiend is a gripping story about the frenzied pursuit of pleasure and ecstasy which eventually leads to despair, ruin, and the desire for redemption.Moonchild
"It is a terrible error to let any natural impulse, physical or mental, stagnate. Crush it out, if you will, and be done with it; or fulfil it, and get it out of the system.
Filled with magical realism and conflict in a society guided by "magick, Moonchild is Aleister Crowley's most popular novel. When Lisa la Giuffria is manipulated and kidnapped by the magician, Cyril Grey, two opposing clans go head-to-head in a fight for power. Set in London, Paris, and Italy, Moonchild is a unique story about forced rituals and mystical philosophy.
As ever, Crowley presents a mysterious and unconventional world while attempting to address thought-provoking questions about the nature of life, the balance of power, and the condition of the soul.The Book of Lies
Aleister Crowley himself revealed that The Book of Lies contains "the supreme secret" of the occult organization
Ordo Templi Orientis. Those looking to uncover this hidden mystery will also find many of the famed occultist's philosophies on life and spirituality.
He shines a light on his exploration of the esoteric and provides readers with some insight into the practices of Free Masonry and Qabalistic teachings.
This often-confounding collection of commentary will be rewarding for anyone interested in learning about Qabalah
- it is a book for those who seek guidance from the master of "magick" himself. It is an unapologetically mystifying glimpse into Crowley's innermost thoughts and ideas.The Book of the Law and Liber 777
"Even as a flower unfolds beneath the ardent kisses of the Sun, so will this table reveal its glories to the dazzling eye of illumination." Packed with eye-opening insights, this combined volume reveals
Aleister Crowley's innermost thoughts on life as well as the ideology he hoped humanity would come to accept more widely.
In The Book of the Law, the self-proclaimed prophet of the occult outlines the key psychology and social principles of Thelema, Crowley's self-founded religious movement. Also included is an edited version of Liber 777, an informative gabalistic volume which explores the fascinating magical beliefs that are interwoven with esoteric tradition and mysticism.
For followers of the occult or anyone wishing to learn more about Thelma, this is the ultimate reference book.Clouds Without Water and White Stains
This compelling collection of Aleister Crowley's poetic works includes Clouds without Water and White Stains.
With a mix of biblical verses and intriguing stories, Crowley's poems reveal his unconventional views on religion and romance.
Published in 1898, White Stains was one of the famed writer's earliest poetic works about a rollercoaster relationship between two lovers. Clouds without Water is an equally engrossing collection of poems that dissects the human experience and the society of which we are a part.
This book will immerse the reader in a world dominated by Crowley's interest in the occult, the esoteric, and rituals of indulgence.
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