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Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.,
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This review is from: Magical Diaries of Aleister Crowley: Tunisia, 1923 (Paperback)
Contains Poems never previously published. This is an excellent book, which tells of his day-to-day thoughts on major problems that needed filtered through his mind to absorb his peculiar method of Solution to the complex rivals of knots, which the Government, and other equal frauds have fallen into. Also, Sex Magick operations for various ends are added, useful to study the correct astrological phases when success dawned. I can recall one particular time when he invoked Aiwass. He is always doing some form of the Great Work, and this Diary deserves the attention of all who wish to penetrate the Genius of this enigmatical man's Psyche, in larger degrees then most of his average books will permit.
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