Pansil an excerpt from Liber LXVII The Sword of Song by Aleister Crowley.
Berkeley, CA: Pangenetor Lodge Publications / The O.T.O., 1994. First Edition Thus. Softcover. Octavo. 8.5 inch x 5.5 inch stapled booklet. 12pp. Bright pink thick paper wrappers with black titling within a decorative Egyptian-style border. A short essay on Buddhism that originally appeared as a long footnote to the poem "Ascension Day" that was originally published in Crowley's "The Sword of Song" in 1904. This booklet is one of a series published by Pangenetor Lodge of the O.T.O. whose Lodge Master was Marlene Cornelius, then-wife of J. Edward (Jerry) Cornelius, both of whom were closely involved in their production. There are two forms of the booklet, one (as this copy) with a decorative "Greek-revival style border" and the other with an Egyptian style border on the front wrapper. Precedence of issue is not known. From the collection of Clive Harper with his discrete book-label neatly tipped in at the rear. Harper is well- known as the bibliographer of Austin Osman Spare, for updating the Aleister Crowley bibliography in the 2011 Teitan Press collection of Gerald Yorke's writings, and as someone who has lent his expertise to numerous other publications. As new. A Fine copy. Item #70878