Liber Liberi Vel Lapidis Lazuli, Adumbratio Kabbalæ Aegyptiorum 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. Aleister CROWLEY, The Grand Præmonstrator, James A. Eshelman.

Liber Liberi Vel Lapidis Lazuli, Adumbratio Kabbalæ Aegyptiorum 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

Oroville CA: College of Thelema, 1993. First Edition Thus. Softcover. Quarto. (11 x 81/2 inches) 20pp. Ten quarto leaves with text on both sides, with card front wrapper, secured together by a single staple at the upper left corner. Front wrapper is red card stock printed in black, final page of text serves as rear wrapper. The first separate edition of "Liber VII - Liber Liberi Vel Lapidis Lazuli" to be published with Crowley's commentary, here added in the form of footnotes. According to the short introduction by the Grand Praemonstrator (of the Temple of Thelema - James A. Eshelman) the notes are taken from a vellum copy of "Liber VII" and were written by Crowley on or around March 10, 1910 ev. Their only prior publication of the commentary was in the journal "In the Continuum" (Vol. III, No. 2, 1982ev). Very light signs of handling, light crease to upper rear corner, else a bright near Fine copy. Item #66144

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