Liber Hhh Essays On

Official Instructions of the A∴A∴

Liber Liberi vel Lapidis Lazuli, Adumbratio Kabbalæ Ægyptiorum sub figura VII, being the Voluntary Emancipation of a certain Exempt Adept from his Adeptship. These are the Birth Words of a Master of the Temple.
The nature of this book is sufficiently explained by its title. Its seven chapters are referred to the seven planets in the following order: Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Sol, Mercury, Luna, Venus.
    Gives in magical language an account of the Initiation of a Master of the Temple. This is the only parallel, for Beauty of Ecstasy, to "Liber LXV."
Liber Trigrammaton, being a book of Trigrams of the Mutations of the TAO with the Yin and Yang.
An account of the cosmic process: corresponding to the Stanzas of DZYAN in another system.
    It describes the Course of Creation under the Figure of the Interplay of Three Principles.
Liber Septem Regum Sanctorum. Ritual XXVIII. The Ceremony of the Seven Holy Kings.
A ritual of Initiation Bestowed on certain select Probationers.
An Account of A∴A∴ first written in the language of his period by the Councillor Von Eckartshausen, and now revised and rewritten in the Universal Cipher.
An elementary suggestive account of the work of the Order in its relation to the average man. The preliminary paper of M∴M∴M∴ may be classed with this.
Liber Causae. The Preliminary Lection, including the History Lection.
Explains the actual history and origin of the present movement. It´s statements are accurate in the ordinary sense of the word. The object of the book is to discount Mythopeia.
    A manuscript giving an account of the history of the A∴A∴ in recent times. This history contains no mythology; it is a statement of facts susceptible of rational proof.
Liber Stellæ Rubeæ. A secret ritual, the Heart of IAO-OAI, delivered unto V.V.V.V.V. for his use in a certain matter of Liber Legis, and written down under the figure LXVI.
This book is sufficiently described by its title.
The Voice of the Silence, the Two Paths, the Seven Portals, by H.P. Blavatsky, with an elaborate commentary by Frater O.M.
Frater O.M., 7°=4, is the most learned of all the brethren of the Order; he has given eighteen years to the critical study of this masterpiece.
Liber Gaias sub figura XCVI. A Handbook of Geomancy.
Gives a simple and fairly satisfactory system of Geomancy.
Liber Cadaveris. Ritual CXX, of Passing through the Tuat.
The Ritual of Initiation of a Zelator.
A Master of the Temple, being an account of the attainment of Frater Unus In Omnibus.
This is the record of a man who actually attained by the system taught by the A∴A∴
Liber AL vel Legis sub figura CCXX as delivered by XCIII=418 unto DCLXVI. The Book of the Law.
This book is the foundation of the New Æon, and thus of the whole of our Work
Liber Arcanorum τών ATU τού TAHUTI QUAS VIDIT ASAR in AMENNTI sub figura CCXXXI. Liber Carcerorum τών QLIPHOTH cum suis Geniis. Adduntur Sigilla et Nomina Eorum.
This is an account of the cosmic process so far as it is indicated by the Tarot Trumps.
ΒΑΤΡΑΧΟΦΡΕΝΟΒΟΟΚΟΣΜΟΜΑΧΙΑ.
An instruction in expansion of the field of the mind.
Liber Vesta vel  פרכת sub figura DCC.
The robes of the Outer College.
Vel Prolegomena Symbolica Ad Systemam Sceptico-Mysticæ Viæ Explicandæ, Fundamentum Hieroglyphicum Sanctissimorum Scientæ Summæ.
A complete Dictionary of the Correspondences of all Magical Elements, reprinted with extensive additions, making it the only standard comprehensive book of reference ever published. It is to the language of Occultism what webster or Murray is to the English Language.
John St. John. The Record of the Magical Retirement of G.H. Frater O∴M∴.
A model of what a magical record should be, so far as accurate analysis and fullness of description are concerned.
This is an account of the Grade of Magus, the highest grade which it is ever possible to manifest in any way whatever upon this plane. Or so it is said by the Masters of the Temple.
An instruction for the control of speech, action, and thought.
Being the Ritual of the Mark of the Beast: an incantation proper to invoke the Energies of the Æon of Horus, adapted for the daily use of the Magician of whatever grade.
The instructions given in this book are too loose to find place in the Class D publications.
    Instructions given for the elementary study of the Qabalah, Assumption of God forms, Vibration of Divine Names, the Rituals of the Pentagram and Hexagram, and their uses in protection and invocation, a method of attaining astral visions so called, and an instruction in the practice called Rising on the Planes.
This book instructs the aspirant in the necessity of keeping a record. Suggests methods of testing physical clairvoyance. Gives instruction in āsana, Prāṇāyāma and Dhāraṇā, and advises the application of tests to the physical body, in order that the student may thoroughly understand his own limitations.
This book is an account of the sending forth of the Master Therion by the A∴A∴ and an explanation of His mission.
An instruction for attaining Nuit.
An instruction for attainment by the direct destruction of thoughts as they arise in the mind.
Gives three methods of attainment through a willed series of thoughts.
    This book has not been published. It is the active form of "Liber H.H.H. vel CCCXLI."
An elementary course of morality suitable for the average man.
AL. Liber Legis. The Book of the Law sub figura XXXI, as delivered by 93-עיוז–ΑιϜασς–418 to Ankh-af-na-khonsu the Priest of the Princes who is תריון–ΤΟ ΜΕΓΑ ΘΗΡΙΟΝ.
An advanced study of Attainment by the method of equilibrium on the ethical plane.
A translation by Frater O.M. of the masterpiece of Éliphas Lévi, La Clef des grands mystères.
An account of the divine perfection illustrated by the sevenfold permutation of the Dyad.
An account of the continent of Atlantis: the manners and customs, magical rites and opinions of it's people, together with a true account of the catastrophy, so-called, which ended in it's disappearance.
A fantastic account of a previous incarnation. It's principal interest is that its story of the overthrowing of Isis by Osiris may help the reader to understand the meaning of the overthrowing of Osiris by Horus in the present Æon.
An instruction in a suitable method of preaching.
An account of the relations of the aspirant and his Holy Guardian Angel. Attainment of the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel is the Crown of the Outer College. Similarly "Liber VII" is given to Neophytes, as the grade of Master of the Temple is the next resting-place, and Liber CCXX to the Zelator, since that carries him to the highest of all possible grades. Liber XXVII is given to the Practicus, as in this book is the ultimate foundation of the highest theoretical Qabalah, and "Liber DCCCXIII" to the Philosophus, as it is the foundation of the highest practical Qabalah.
    This magical treatise describes particularly the relation of the Aspirant with his Higher Self. It is, alike in conception and execution, a masterpiece of exaltation of thought, carved in Pure Beauty.
A critical study of various philosophies. An account of Buddhism.
The Ceremonies proper to obtaining a familiar spirit of a Mercurial nature as described in the Apocalypse of St. John the Divine from a frog or toad.
This is the sequel to The Temple of Solomon the King, and is the Diary of a Magus. This book contains a detailed account of all the experiences passed through by The Master Therion in His attainment of this grade of Initiation, the highest possible to any manifested Man.
A complete treatise on the Tarot giving the correct designs of the cards with their attributions and symbolic meanings on all planes.
An account of a magical operation, particularly concerning the planet Luna, written in the form of a novel.
A brief abstract of the Symbolic representation of the Universe derived by Dr. John Dee through the Scrying of Sir Edward Kelley.
A poetical allegory of the relations of the soul and the Holy Guardian Angel.
Unpublished; possibly not extant.
An extended and elaborate commentary on The Book of the Law, in the form of a letter from the Master Therion to the son of mankind. This book contains some of the deepest secrets of initiation, with a clear solution of many cosmic and ethical problems.
A further explanation of The Book of the Law, with special reference to the Powers and Privileges conferred by it’s acceptance.
    A short explanation of the Law, extolling its sublime virtue.
A new translation, with a commentary, by the Master Therion.
    This is the most exalted and yet practical of the Chinese classics.
This is the official Paper of the various grades. It includes the Task and Oath of a Probationer.
An instruction for the adoration of the Sun four times daily, with the object of composing the mind to meditation and of regularizing the practices.
A new translation, with a commentary by the Master Therion.
    Confucius said that if his life were to be prolonged by a few years, he would give fifty of them to the study of this book.
An exposition in poetic language of several of the ways of attainment and the results obtained.
A special instruction fo the Promulgation of the Law. This is the first and most important duty of every Aspirant of whatever grade. It builds up in him the character and karma which form the Spine of Attainment.
This book deals with many matters on all planes of the very highest importance. It is an official publication for Babes of the Abyss, but is recommended even to beginners as highly suggestive. Its Chapters XXV, XXXVI and XLIV are in Class D.
    This book contains some of the most valuable mystic epigrams ever written, and also some very important secret rituals.
This gives an account in poetic language of the struggle of the human and divine elements in the consciousness of man, giving their harmony following upon the victory of the latter.
Gives three methods of attainment through a willed series of thoughts.
An instruction for the preparation of the Elemental Instruments.
Besides being the classical account of the thirty Æthyrs and a model of all visions, the cries of the Angels should be regarded as accurate, and the doctrine of the function of the Great White Brotherhood understood as the foundation of the Aspiration of the Adept. The account of the Master of the Temple should in particular be taken as authentic.
    The instruction in the 8th Æthyr pertains to Class D, i.e., it is an Official Ritual, and the same remarks apply to the account of the proper method of invoking Æthyrs given in the 18th Æthyr.
A direct method of inducing trance.
A dictionary of Hebrew words arranged according to their numerical value. This is an Encyclopæ of the Holy Qabalah, which is a Map of the Universe, and enables man to attain Perfect Understanding.
An instruction for attaining Hadit.
A statement of certain ethical considerations concerning Magick.
This Book is an account of the Magical Personality who is the logos of the Present Æon.
    Possibly not extant.
The ritual of the initiation of a Neophyte. It includes sub-rituals numbered from 672 to 676.
The Preliminary Invocation of the Goetia so-called, with a complete explanation of the barbarous names of evocation used therein, and the secret rubric of the ritual, by The Master Therion. This is the most potent invocation extant, and was used by the Master Himself in His attainment.
Liber Serpentis Nehushtan.
An account of the Hexagram and the method of reducing it to the Unity, and Beyond.
    This book describes in magical language a very secret process of Initiation.
An instruction giving three methods of reducing the manifold consciousness to the Unity.
This is a further explanation of The Book of the Law in reference to certain ethical problems.
A graphic account of magical powers classified under the Tarot trumps.
A complete dictionary of all sacred and important words and phrases given in the Books of the Gnosis and other important writings both in the Greek and the Coptic.

The Libri of Aleister Crowley is a list of texts mostly written or adapted by Aleister Crowley. Some are attributed to other authors. The list was intended for students of Crowley's magical order, the A∴A∴.

The publications of the A∴A∴ divide themselves into five classes:

  • Class A consists of books of which may be changed not so much as the style of a letter; that is, they represent the utterance of an Adept entirely beyond the criticism of even the Visible Head of the Organization;
  • Class B consists of books or essays which are the result of ordinary scholarship, enlightened and earnest;
  • Class C consists of matter which is to be regarded rather as suggestive than anything else;
  • Class D consists of the Official Rituals and Instructions;
  • Class E consists of public announcements and broadsheets.

Some publications are composite, and pertain to more than one class. O.T.O. documents are not assigned to any A∴A∴ class.[1]

Content[edit]

Many of the books and articles are major works of Aleister Crowley. This is a listing with liber number, Roman number, class, full title, and a short description.

LiberNo.ClassTitle
I1ALiber B vel Magi — Crowley: 'This is an account of the Grade of Magus, the highest grade which it is ever possible to manifest in any way whatever upon this plane. Or so it is said by the Masters of the Temple.' Also known as The Book of the Magus.
II2EThe Message of The Master Therion — Crowley: 'It explains the essence of the New Law in a very simple manner.'
III3DLiber III vel Jugorum — Crowley: 'An instruction for the control of speech, action, and thought.'
IV4ABDEABA. Book 4 — Crowley: 'A general account in elementary terms of magical and mystical powers. In four parts:
  1. Mysticism
  2. Magick (Elementary Theory)
  3. Magick in Theory and Practice
  4. θΕΛΗΜΑ. The Law. The Equinox of the Gods.'
V5DLiber V vel Reguli — Crowley: 'Being the Ritual of the Mark of the Beast: an incantation proper to invoke the Energies of the Æon of Horus, adapted for the daily use of the Magician of whatever grade.'
VI6BLiber O vel Manus et Sagittæ — Crowley: 'The instructions given in this book are too loose to find a place in the Class D publications. Instructions given for elementary study of the Qabalah, Assumption of God forms, Vibration of Divine Names, the Rituals of Pentagram and Hexagram, and their uses in protection and invocation, a method of attaining astral visions so-called, and an instruction in the practice called Rising on the Planes.'
VII7ALiber Liberi vel Lapidis Lazuli, Adumbratio Kabbalæ Ægypt sub figura VII, — Crowley: 'being the Voluntary Emancipation of a certain Exempt Adept from his Adeptship. These are the Birth Words of the Master of the Temple. The nature of this book is sufficiently explained by its title. Its seven chapters are referred to the seven planets in the following order: Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Sol, Mercury, Luna, Venus. Given in magical language an account of the Initiation of a Master of the Temple. This is the only parallel, for Beauty of Ecstasy, to "Liber LXV".' Also known as The Book of Lapis Lazuli.
VIII8DThe official instructions for Invoking one's Holy Guardian Angel; see CDXVIII (418).
IX9BLiber E vel Exercitiorum — Crowley: 'This book instructs the aspirant in the necessity of keeping a record. Suggests methods of testing physical clairvoyance. Gives instruction in āsana, prāṇāyāma and dhāraṇā, and advises the application of tests to the physical body, in order that the student may thoroughly understand his own limitations.'
X10ALiber Porta Lucis — Crowley: 'This book is an account of the sending forth of the Master Therion by the A∴A∴ and an explanation of His mission.' and 'Porta Lucis, the Gate of Light, is one of the titls of Malkuth, whose number is X.'
XI11DLiber Nυ — Crowley: 'An instruction for attaining Nuit.'
XIII13DGraduum Montis Abiegni — Crowley: 'A Syllabus of the Steps upon the Path.' being, 'An account of the task of the Aspirant from Probationer to Adept.'
XV15 Ecclesiæ Gnosticæ Catholicae Canon Missae. The Canon of the Mass according to the Gnostic Catholic Church – Crowley: 'The central ceremony of the public and private celebration of the O.T.O., corresponding to the Mass of the Roman Catholic Church. It represents the original and true pre-Christian Christianity.'
XVI16BLiber Turris vel Domus Dei — Crowley: ...called 'The Tower; or the House of God.' 'An instruction for attainment by the direct destruction of thoughts as they arise in the mind.'
XVII17DLiber I.A.O. — Crowley: 'Gives three methods of attainment through a willed series of thoughts. This book has not been published. It is the active form of Liber H.H.H. vel CCCXLI. The article Energized Enthusiasm is an adumbration of this book.'
XXI21BKhing Kang King . The Classic of Purity, — by Ko Yuen. Crowley: 'A new translation from the Chinese by the Master Therion.' 'This is the most exalted and yet practical of the Chinese classics.'
XXIV24BDe Nuptiis Secretis Deorum Cum Hominibus — Of the Secret Marriages of Gods with Men. Crowley: 'A secret instruction of the VIII°.'
XXV25DThe Ritual of the Star Ruby — Crowley: 'An improved form of the 'lesser' ritual of the Pentagram.'
XXVII27ALiber Trigrammaton, being a book of Trigrams of the Mutations of the TAO with the YIN and YANG. — Crowley: 'An account of the cosmic process: corresponding to the Stanzas of DZYAN in another system.'
XXVIII28 Liber TzBA vel Νικη sub figura XXVIII. The Fountain of Hyacinth — In three parts.
XXVIII28DLiber Septem Regum Sanctorum. Ritual XXVIII. The Ceremony of The Seven Holy Kings. — Crowley: 'A ritual of Initiation bestowed on certain selected Probationers.' Unpublished.
XXX30BLiber Librae — Crowley: 'An elementary course of morality suitable for the average man.' The Book of Balance.
XXXI31AAL (Liber Legis) The Book of the Law sub figurâ XXXI — Crowley: 'The Holograph Manuscript of Liber AL vel Legis' Also: Liber L (Liber Legis), or The Book of the Law. Facsimile pages of the actual manuscript of The Book of the Law. This book is the foundation of the New Aeon, and thus of the whole of our Work. Received April 8, 9 and 10, 1904 by Aleister Crowley and Rose Kelly.
XXXIII33CAn Account of A∴A∴ first written in the language of his period by the Councillor Von Eckartshausen, and now revised and rewritten in the Universal Cipher. — Crowley: 'An elementary suggestive account of the work of the Order in its relation to the average man. The preliminary paper of M∴M∴M∴ (Liber LII in the O.T.O.) may be classed with this.'
XXXVI36DThe Star Sapphire — Crowley: 'An improved ritual of the Hexagram'
XLI41CThien Tao, A Political Essay or the Synagogue of Satan — Crowley: 'An advanced study of Attainment by the method of equilibrium on the ethicals plane.'
XLIV44DThe Mass of the Phoenix — Crowley: 'An instruction in a simple and exoteric form of Eucharist.' 'A Ritual of the Law.'
XLVI46 The Key of the Mysteries. — Crowley: 'A translation by Frater O.M. of the masterpiece of Éliphas Lévi, La Clef des grands mystères '
XLIX49 Shih I Ch'ien (SHIH YI CHIEN) — Crowley: 'An account of the divine perfection illustrated by the sevenfold permutation of the Dyad.' It is presumed that no full copy survives.
LI51 The Lost Continent — Crowley: 'An account of the continent of Atlantis: the manners and customs, magical rites and opinions of its people, together with a true account of the catastrophe, so-called, which ended in its disappearance.' and 'I sometimes feel that this lacks artistic unity. At times it is a fantastic rhapsody describing my ideals of Utopian society; but some passages are a satire on the conditions of our existing civilisation, while others convey hints of certain profound magical secrets, or anticipations of discoveries in science.'
LII52 Manifesto of the O.T.O. — Crowley: 'An elementary suggestive account of the work of the Order. The preliminary paper of the A∴A∴ (Liber XXXIII) may be classed with this.'
LV55CThe Chymical Jousting of Brother Perardua with the seven Lances that he brake. — Crowley: 'An account of the Magical and Mystic Path in the language of Alchemy.'
LVIII58BAn Article on the Qabalah — This is an article on the Qabalah in The Temple of Solomon the King.
LIX59CAcross the Gulf — Crowley: 'A fantastic account of a previous incarnation. Its principal interest is that its story of the overthrowing of Isis by Osiris may help the reader to understand the meaning of the overthrowing of Osiris by Horus in the present Æon.'
LXI61DLiber Causæ. The Preliminary Lection, including the History Lection. — Crowley: 'Explains the actual history of the origin of the present movement. Its statements are accurate in the ordinary sense of the word. The object of the book is to discount Mythopœia. A manuscript giving an account of the history of the A∴A∴ in recent times. This history contains no mythology; it is a statement of facts susceptible of rational proof.'
LXIV64BLiber Israfel — formally called Anubis. Crowley: 'An instruction in a suitable method of preaching.'
LXV65ALiber Cordis Cincti Serpente — Crowley: 'An account of the relations of the Aspirant with his Holy Guardian Angel. Attainment of the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel is the Crown of the Outer College. Similarly 'Liber VII is given to Neophytes, as the grade of Master of the Temple is the next highest resting-place, and Liber CCXX to the Zelator, since that carries him to the highest of all possible grades. Liber XXVII is given to the Practicus, as in this book is the ultimate foundation of the highest theoretical Qabalah, and Liber DCCCXIII to the Philosophus, as it is the foundation of the highest practical Qabalah. This magical treatise describes particularly the relation of the Aspirant with his Higher Self. It is, alike in conception and execution, a masterpiece of exaltation of thought, carved in Pure Beauty.' Also known as The Heart Girt with a Serpent.
LXVI66ALiber Stellæ Rubeæ— Crowley: 'A secret ritual, the Heart of IAO-OAI, delivered unto V.V.V.V.V. for his use in a certain matter of Liber Legis, and written down under the figure LXVI. This book is sufficiently described by its title.' Also known as The Book of the Ruby Star.
LXVII67CThe Sword of Song. Called by Christians The Book of the Beast. Dedicated to Bhikkhu Ananda Metteya (Allan Bennett) — Crowley: 'A critical study of various philosophies. An account of Buddhism.'
LXX70DΣταυρος Βατραχου — Crowley: 'The Ceremonies proper to the obtaining of a familiar spirit of a Mercurial nature as described in the Apocalypse of St. John the Divine from a frog or toad.' A ritual proper to the VI° of O.T.O.
LXXI71BThe Voice of the Silence, the Two Paths, the Seven Portals, by H. P. Blavatsky, with an elaborate commentary by Frater O.M. — Crowley: 'Frater O.M., 7° 4°, is the most learned of all the Brethren of the Order; he has given eighteen years to the critical study of this masterpiece.'
LXXIII73 The Urn — Crowley: 'This is the sequel to The Temple of Solomon the King, and is the Diary of a Magus. This book contains a detailed account of all the experiences passed through by The Master Therion in His attainment of this grade of Initiation, the highest possible to any manifested Man.'
LXXIV74DLiber Testis Testitudinis vel Ayin Daleth Sub Figura LXXIV — Previously unclassified.
LXXVII77 Liber Oz, The Book of the Goat — Crowley: 'The O.T.O. manifesto of the rights of mankind: moral, bodily, mental, sexual freedom, and the safeguard tyrannicde. The O.T.O. plan in words of one syllable.'
LXXVIII78BA description of the Cards of the Tarot The Book of Thoth — Crowley: '... with their attributions; including a method of divination by their use.' and on TBOT, 'A complete treatise on the Tarot giving the correct designs of the cards with their attributions and symbolic meanings on all the planes.'
LXXXI81 Moonchild. The Butterfly Net — Crowley: 'An account of a magical operation, particularly concerning the planet Luna, written in the form of a novel.' Also known as "The Net."
LXXXIV84BVel Chanokh — Crowley: 'A brief abstract of the Symbolic representation of the Universe derived by Dr. John Dee through the Scrying of Sir Edward Kelly.'
Part I: The Symbolic Representation of The Universe.
Part II: The Forty-Eight Calls or Keys.
XC90ALiber Tzaddi vel Hamus Hermeticus sub figura XC — Crowley: 'An account of Initiation, and an indication as to those who are suitable for the same.' Also known as "The Book of the Hermetic Fish-Hook."
XCIII93 See XXVIII (28).
XCV95CThe Wake World. A Tale for Babes and Sucklings. — Crowley: 'A poetical allegory of the relations of the soul and the Holy Guardian Angel.'
XCVI96BLiber Gaias sub figura XCVI. A Handbook of Geomancy — Crowley: 'Gives a simple and fairly satisfactory system of Geomancy.'
XCVII97 Soror Achitha's Vision — Unpublished; possibly not extant. Soror Achitha is the magical motto of Roddie Minor.
C100DLiber כף Agape Azoth sal Philosophorum. The Book of the Unveiling of the Sangraal, wherein it is spoken of the Wine of the Sabbath of the Adepts. — Crowley: 'A secret instruction of the IX°.'
CI101BOrdo Templi Orientis: An Open Letter to Those who may Wish to Join the Order — Crowley: 'An epistle of Baphomet to Sir George MacNie Cowie VIII°, enumerating the duties and privileges.'
CVI106BConcerning Death — Crowley: 'An Epistle of Baphomet to Dame Anna Wright VI°.'
CXI111BLiber Aleph. The Book of Wisdom or Folly — Crowley: 'An extended and elaborate commentary on The Book of the Law, in the form of a letter from the Master Therion to his magical son. This Book contains some of the deepest secrets of initiation, with a clear solution to many cosmic and ethical problems.'
CXVI116BSee XCVI (96)
CXX120DLiber Cadaveris. Ritual CXX, of Passing through the Tuat. — Crowley: 'A Ritual of Initiation of a Zelator.'
CXXIV124 Of Eden and the Sacred Oak; and of the Greater and Lesser Hospitality of the O.T.O. — Crowley: 'An Epistle of Baphomet to His Excellency Sir James Thomas Windram, V.H., V.I., V.I., Initiate of the Sanctuary of the Gnosis, his Viceroy in the Union of South Africa.'
CXXXII132 Αποθεοσις CXXXII — Crowley: 'An Epistle of Baphomet to His Excellency Sir Wilfred Talbot Smith, T.H., T.I. and T.I. Initiate of the Sanctuary of the Gnosis, on the mystery of incarnation. Part α: Birth of an Idea. Part β: Dead Reckoning, and the Fort. Part γ: The Captain's Ship's Discipline: Hints on Navigation.'
CXLVIII148CThe Soldier and the Hunchback — Crowley: 'An essay on the method of equilibrium on the intellectual plane.'
CL150EDe Lege Libellum — Crowley: 'A further explanation of The Book of the Law, with special reference to the Powers and Privileges conferred by its acceptance.'
CLVI156ALiber Cheth vel Vallum Abiegni sub figura CLVI — Crowley: 'This book is a perfect account of the task of the Exempt Adept, considered under the symbols of a particular plane, not the intellectual.'
CLVII157 The Tao Te Ching — Crowley: 'A new translation, with commentary, by the Master Therion. This is the most exalted and yet practical of the Chinese classics.'
CLXI161 Law of Thelema, The—Thelemic epistle.
CLXV165BA Master of the Temple— Frater Achad's magical diary with comments by Crowley.
CLXXV175DLiber Astarte vel Liber Berylli—On uniting oneself to a Deity.
CLXXXV185DLiber Collegii Sancti—Tasks and Oaths of the Grades of A∴A∴
CXCIV194 An Intimation with Reference to the Constitution of the Order—the structure of O.T.O.
CXCVII197CSir Palamedes the saracen knight—A poetic account of the Great Work.
CC200DLiber Resh vel Helios—An instruction for the adoration of the Sun four times daily.
CCVI206DLiber RU vel Spiritus—Full instructions in Pranayama.
CCVII207 A syllabus of the official instructions of the A∴.A∴
CCXVI216 The Yi King—A translation with commentary by Crowley.
CCXX220ALiber AL vel Legis, The Book of the Law
CCXXVIII228BDe Natura Deorum Of the Nature of the Gods. A secret instruction of the VII° of O.T.O.
CCXXXI231ALiber Arcanorum— This is an account of the cosmic process so far as it is indicated by the Tarot Trumps.
CCXXLII242CAHA!—An exposition in poetic language of several of the ways of attainment and the results obtained.
CCLXV265 The Structure of the Mind—A treatise of psychology from the mystic and magical standpoint.
CCC300EKhabs am Pekht—A special instruction for the Promulgation of the Law.
CCCXXXIII333CBook of Lies, The—A book of 93 brief chapters on many subjects.
CCCXXXV335CAdonis an Allegory—A short play.
CCCXLI341 Liber H.H.H.—Three methods of attainment.
CCCXLIII343 AMRITA
CCCLXV365 The Preliminary Invocation of the Goetia—Similar to Liber Samekh, but with some differences.
CCCLXVII367BDe Homunculo A secret instruction of the X° of O.T.O.
CCCLXX370ALiber A'ash vel Capricorni Pneumatici—Analyzes the nature of the creative magical force in man (veiled sex magick).
CD400ALiber Tau vel Kabbalae Trium Literarum—A graphic interpretation of the Tarot on the plane of Initiation.
CDXII412DLiber A vel Armorum—An instruction for the preparation of the Elemental Instruments.
CDXIV414 De Arte Magica An instruction of the IX° of O.T.O.
CDXV415ABParis Working, The—A record of homosexual magick operations.
CDXVIII418ABThe Vision and the Voice—The classic account of Crowley's travels through the Thirty Aethyrs.
CDLI451BEroto-comatose lucidity — Also known as Liber Siloam. Crowley: 'Not yet published. A direct method of inducing trance.' In Liber CDXIV (414) Chapter XV.
CDLXXIV474CLiber Os Abysmi vel Daath—A method for entering the Abyss.
D500BSepher Sephiroth—A dictionary of Hebrew words arranged according to their numerical value.
DXXXVI536BLiber Batrachophrenoboocosmomachia—Instruction in the expansion of the field of the mind.
DLV555DLiber HAD—An instruction for attaining Hadit.
DLXX570 Liber DCCCXIII vel Ararita—An account of the Hexagram and the method of reducing it to the Unity, and Beyond.
DCXXXIII633 De Thaumaturgia—A treatise on magical ethics.
DCLXXI671DLiber DCLXXI vel Pyramidos—A ritual of self Initiation based on the Neophyte ritual.
DCCXXIX729CThe Amalantrah Working—Interviews with a discarnate entity.
DCCLXXVII777B777 vel Prolegomena Symbolica Ad Systemam Sceptico Mysticae - The Holy Qabalah and Tree of Life and their correspondences.
DCCC800DLiber Samekh—Ritual for the Attainment of the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel.
DCCC800CThe Ship—A Mystery Play.
DCCCVIII808 Serpentis Nehushtan-No copy exists, Gerald Yorke considers this ms. 'Lost'.
DCCCXI811CEnergised Enthusiasm—Treatise on sex magick and the creative impulse.
DCCCXIII813AArarita—An account of the Hexagram and the method of reducing it to the Unity and Beyond.
DCCCXXXI831DLiber Yod—Three methods of reducing the manifold consciousness to the Unity.
DCCCXXXVII837CLaw of Liberty, The—Thelemic epistle.
DCCCLX860CJohn St. John—Record of Crowley's magical retirement.
DCCCLXVIII868BLiber Viarum Viae— A graphic account of Magical powers classified under Tarot Trumps.
DCCCLXXXVIII888 The Gospel According to Saint Bernard Shaw—A complete study of the origins of Christianity.
CMXIII913BLiber ThIShARB—Methods for attaining the magical memory
CMXXXIV934 The Cactus—A record of experiments with the Mescal buttons.
CMLXIII963ABTreasurehouse of Images, The —Collection of Litanies appropriate to the Signs of the Zodiac, by J.F.C. Fuller.
MCLI1151 being the requirements of Minerval to III° in study and work in O.T.O. in the Order as it has manifested under the Caliph.
MCXXXIX1139 Title Unknown — Referred to as "The Utterance of the Pythoness" in Liber DCCCLXVIII.
MCCLXIV1264 The Greek Qabalah — Crowley: 'A complete dictionary of all sacred and important words and phrases given in the Books of the Gnosis and other important writings both in the Greek and the Coptic.' This work has not survived intact and has been partially reconstructed.
MMCMXI2911CA Note on Genesis, by Allan Bennett, prefatory note by Aleister Crowley — Crowley: 'A model of Qabalistic ratiocination.'

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  • OTO-USA Web Library – A limited selection of high-quality, carefully proofread texts, including nearly all of the Class A documents.
  • The Libri of Aleister Crowley – An extensive but not always reliable collection – many documents contain errors or omissions.

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