Portable Darkness: An Aleister Crowley Reader

Be the first to review this product

Availability: Out of stock

$16.95

Quick Overview

Infamous for scandalizing society on both sides of the Atlantic, Aleister Crowley (1875-1947) was a brilliant man whose position as the major intellectual figure on the occult has often been eclipsed by his own notoriety.

Portable Darkness

Double click on above image to view full picture

Zoom Out
Zoom In

More Views

  • Portable Darkness

Details

In bringing together Crowleyís best writings, editor Scott Michaelsen makes Crowleyan philosophy both accessible and intelligible. As an intellectual and mystic, Crowley devoted his life to the study of Qabalah, gematria, numerology, astrology, myth, glyphs, yoga, and linguistics.

In Portable Darkness, Michaelsen has sifted through this vast oeuvre in search of those works which best display and illuminate the razor-sharp insight for which Crowley has become known.

The selections in Portable Darkness are organized thematically according to Crowleyís favourite subjects: Qabalah and Magick, Yoga and Magick, Sex and Magick, Magick and Law, Magick and Lies. Accompanied by Michaelsenís cogent essays, these texts represent the essential Aleister Crowley, guiding novice and adept alike through the complexities of his notoriously impenetrable writings. Enlightening and revelatory, PORTABLE DARKNESS is an indispensable lexicon for all those with an interest in the occult.

With forewords by Robert Anton Wilson and Genesis P-Orridge, a magick chronology, bibliography, and 12-page photo section.

Additional Information

Author Aleister Crowley / Scott Michaelsen (editor)
Publisher Solar Books
Page Count 293pp
Publication Size 6 x 9
Publication Notes Paperback
Publication Date 2007
ISBN 978-0971457874

You may also be interested in the following product(s)

Satan Speaks!

Satan Speaks!

$13.00
The Satanic Scriptures

The Satanic Scriptures

$15.95
Satanic Witch

Satanic Witch

$13.00
The Satanic Bible

The Satanic Bible

$7.99

Product Tags

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.