[ Excerpts from The Occult Review. #2 ] Notes of the Month. Vol. XI, No. 5, May 1910. Being a derisive account of the Golden Dawn as it appeared in Crowley's revelations in The Equinox. Ralph - Edited. Aleister Crowley SHIRLEY, contributor.

[ Excerpts from The Occult Review. #2 ] Notes of the Month. Vol. XI, No. 5, May 1910. Being a derisive account of the Golden Dawn as it appeared in Crowley's revelations in The Equinox.

NP [ Canada ]: The Devil's Press, 1988. First Edition Thus. Softcover. Octavo. Eccentrically paginated. [12pp.] White stapled wrappers lettered and illustrated in black on covers. Shirley was the founder and long-term editor of the famous "Occult Review." This booklet reprints in fascimile some pieces from the journal "The Occult Review", notably a lengthy editorial from Vol. XI, No. 5 (May 1910) in which the anonymous author (presumably Ralph Shirley) gives a rather mocking account of the publication by Crowley of a number of Golden Dawn rituals in "The Equinox" and the reaction to it. The booklet also reprints a letter which Crowley wrote in response to the editorial that was published Vol. XI No. 6 (June 1910) of "The Occult Review", and Crowley's poem "The Tent" that appeared in Vol. XI No. 3 (March 1910). Uncommon. Fine condition. Item #67162

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