The Milkman Letters. A Correspondence between Aleister Crowley & Michael Phillip Rae 1945-1946. Jerry: J. Edward Cornelius - Aleister Crowley: related material CORNELIUS.

The Milkman Letters. A Correspondence between Aleister Crowley & Michael Phillip Rae 1945-1946.

Berkeley, CA: The Corneliuses, 1996. First Edition Thus. Softcover. 8 ½ x 11inches, [12pp] Quarto sheets reproduced from computer generated typesecript, bound in office-report style plastic covers with (original) tape spine. This edition limited to 56 copies, signed and numbered by the author. Collects together a spurious correspondence - supposedly between Crowley and his milkman. Will resonate with anyone who has spent time wading through some of the Beast's less-enlightened letters: those with endless requests for money, etc. etc.
This parody first appeared in a small-run Lodge publicaton, 'Thelma's Lost Colander' (February, 1994) and was reissued as a Pangenetor Lodge Publication, 'Parody No.1', in November of that year. It's fame (notoriety) spread, and two years later in response to popular demand, Cornelius (Frater Achad Osher 583), prepared this new edition and offered it to local Lodge members. However, a change in circumstances meant that a small number of copies were never distributed, and these have now been unearthed and are here offered for sale. Hint of glue residue on spine, otherwise Fine Condition. Item #27808

Price: $25.00