Sex and Religion. The Equinox Volume V No. 4; The Official Organ of the A.A. The Review of Scientific Illuminism. Aleister CROWLEY, Edited etc. by Marcelo Motta.

Sex and Religion. The Equinox Volume V No. 4; The Official Organ of the A.A. The Review of Scientific Illuminism

Nashville, TX: Thelema Publishing Company, 1981. First edition. Hardcover. Large octavo. xx + 696pp. Gold decorated boards with gilt title, etc. to spine and front cover. An important collection of Crowley's works gathered together around the theme of sexuality. They include the poem Leah Sublime, his Diaries for 1906-07, The Paris Workings, The Bagh-i-Muattar, etc. as well as Ida Craddock's Heavenly Bridegrooms and writings and commentaries by Marcelo Motta. Very slight rubbing to lower edges, bumping to corners. Lower spine a bit bruised and rubbed, page edges and endpapers a little darkened - otherwise a lovely bright near Fine copy in Good + dust jacket. (Dust jacket spine is darkened and discoloured, hint of chafing to the edges and tiny chips, not price-clipped, now protected by a removable mylar sleeve). Item #61087
ISBN: 093345404x

Price: $250.00