Liber XXXI (containing also:) " Thinking Backwards" by One Whose Number is 777 (Frater Achad). ACHAD Frater, Charles Stansfeld Jones.
Liber XXXI (containing also:) " Thinking Backwards" by One Whose Number is 777 (Frater Achad).
Liber XXXI (containing also:) " Thinking Backwards" by One Whose Number is 777 (Frater Achad).

Liber XXXI (containing also:) " Thinking Backwards" by One Whose Number is 777 (Frater Achad).

USA: Side Real Productions, 1993. First Edition Thus - Limited. Hardcover. Ocatavo. 30 pp., Quarter blue cloth with attractive blue and gold patterned paper -covered boards. Printed on thick paper. Errata slip on title page. Edition limited to 310 numbered copies. Frater Achad - Charles Stansfeld Jones (1886-1950) was for a number of years Crowley's chief disciple. Crowley came to the conclusion that Jones was his "magical son", born of his sex magical workings with Jeanne Foster in 1915, and later recognised him as the child prophesied in "Liber AL vel Legis," who would unlock "mysteries that no Beast shall divine." Liber XXXI, said to be the "key to Liber AL" comprises extracts from Achad's diaries for September and October 1918 in which he sets forth his discoveries about the book. These are followed by a short essay by Achad, "Thinking Backwards" with a one sentence afterword written by Achad in 1948. Fine / unused condition. (no jacket as issued), Item #61222

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