Beelzebub and The Beast: A Comparative Study of Gurdjieff and Crowley. David HALL, Michael Staley, Alistair Coombs., Janet Audley-Charles David Tibet, Jan Magee, Mike Magee, Aleister Crowley : related works.
Beelzebub and The Beast: A Comparative Study of Gurdjieff and Crowley.
Beelzebub and The Beast: A Comparative Study of Gurdjieff and Crowley.

Beelzebub and The Beast: A Comparative Study of Gurdjieff and Crowley.

London: Starfire Publishing, 2012. Deluxe Edition. Hardcover. Octavo in slipcase. xxviii + 322pp. Black leather gilt lettered spine, with hand-made paper covered boards. Color frontispiece. Index & bibliography. Colour & b/w plates. Endpapers illustrated in b&w with photo of Crowley and Gurdjieff. Cloth bound slip-case, with full-colour dust-jacket. This Deluxe edition limited to 75 hand-numbered copies. Each copy signed by the publisher, Michael Staley. A new comparative study of the life and works of Aleister Crowley and George Ivanovich Gurdjieff, in which the author David Hall draws some interesting conclusions about common historical roots of both men's work. Hall was a familiar figure in British esoteric circles, especially on account of his editorship of the popular 1970s Thelemic journal "Sothis." He wrote "Beelzebub and the Beast," in the 1970s, but was unable to find a publisher at the time. The manuscript came to light after his death in 2007, and was subsequently published by Starfire, well-known as publishers of the work of Kenneth Grant. A lovely "as new" copy. All Fine condition in Fine slipcase. Item #65045
ISBN: 9781906073145

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