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The Equinox became the standard for English language esotericism in the early 20th century, aptly termed the “Encyclopedia of Initiation” by its principal editor and contributor, Aleister Crowley. This ten-volume collection had remarkable variety, depth, and the utility of its contents encompass Qabalah, tarot, yoga, and the essential papers of Crowley’s teaching order, A.A. Unfortunately, much of this material is currently out of print.

Now, renowned scholar and U.S. Duputy Grandmaster General of the O.T.O., Lon Milo DuQuette offers readers The Best of the Equinox: Enochain Magick, Volume I and presents readers with the Enochian selections from The Equinox and contains the Enochian Magic of John Dee and Edward Kelley—perhaps the most powerful and most popular of all magical systems.

Selected by DuQuette from both in-print and out-of-print editions of The Equinox, this is an affordable volume for Crowley fans, packed with high magick.

Topics: Magic, Anthology, Supernatural Powers, and Informative

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ISBN: 9781609258030
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