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SECTION 1. ::: Books for Serious Study
SECTION 2. ::: Other books, principally fiction, of a generally suggestive and helpful kind
SECTION 3. ::: Official publications of the A.'. A.'. (aka Liber. modified with contents from holybooks)

The reader will find excellent classical examples of rituals of Magick in The Equinox, Volume I, in the following places -

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No. I.: This volume contains an immense number of articles of primary importance to every student of magick.
The rituals of The Book of Lies and the Goetia are also to be studied. The "preliminary invocation" of the Goetia is in particular recommended for daily use and work.
Orpheus, by Aleister Crowley, contains a large number of magical invocations in verse. There are also a good many others in other parts of his poetical works.
The following is a complete curriculum of reading officially approved by the A.'. A.'.

--- CURRICULUM OF A.'. A.'.
COURSE I. ::: GENERAL READING.

SECTION 1. ::: Books for Serious Study


    Liber CCXX. (Liber AL vel Legis.) ::: The Book of the Law. This book is the foundation of the New on, and thus of the whole of our work.
   The Equinox. ::: The standard Work of Reference in all occult matters. The Encyclopaedia of Initiation.
   Liber ABA (Book 4). ::: A general account in elementary terms of magical and mystical powers. In four parts: (1) Mysticism (2) Magical (Elementary Theory) (3) Magick in Theory and Practice (this book) (4) The Law.
    Liber II. ::: The Message of the Master Therion. Explains the essence of the new Law in a very simple manner.
    Liber DCCCXXXVIII. ::: The Law of Liberty. A further explanation of The Book of the Law in reference to certain ethical problems.
    Collected Works of A. Crowley. ::: These works contain many mystical and magical secrets, both stated clearly in prose, and woven into the robe of sublimest poesy.
    The Yi King. (S.B.E. Series, Oxford University Press.) ::: The "Classic of Changes"; gives the initiated Chinese system of Magick.
    The Tao Teh King. (S.B.E. Series.) ::: gives the initiated Chinese system of Mysticism.
    Tannhauser, by A. Crowley. ::: An allegorical drama concerning the Progress of the soul; the Tannhauser story slightly remodelled.
    The Upanishads. (S.B.E. Series.) ::: The Classical Basis of Vedantism, the best-known form of Hindu Mysticism.
    The Bhagavad-Gita. ::: A dialogue in which Krishna, the Hindu "Christ", expounds a system of Attainment.
    The Voice of the Silence, by H. P. Blavatsky, ::: with an elaborate commentary by Frater O. M.
Raja-Yoga by Swami Vivekananda ::: An excellent elementary study of Hindu mysticism. His Bhakti-Yoga is also good.
    The Shiva Sanhita. ::: A famous Hindu treatise on certain physical practices.
    The Hathayoga Pradipika. ::: Similar to The Shiva Sanhita.
    The Aphorisms of Patanjali. ::: A valuable collection of precepts pertaining to mystical attainment.
    The Sword of Song. ::: A study of Christian theology and ethics, with a statement and solution of the deepest philosophical problems. Also contains the best account extant of Buddhism, compared with modern science.
    The Book of the Dead. ::: A collection of Egyptian magical rituals.
    Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie, ::: by Eliphas Levi. The best general textbook of magical theory and practice for beginners. Written in an easy popular style.
    The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage. ::: The best exoteric account of the Great Work, with careful instructions in procedure. This Book influenced and helped the Master Therion more than any other.
The Goetia. ::: The most intelligible of the mediaeval rituals of Evocation. Contains also the favorite Invocation of the Master Therion.
    Erdmann's "History of Philosophy". ::: A compendious account of philosophy from the earliest times.
    Most valuable as a general education of the mind.
    The Spiritual Guide of Molinos. ::: A simple manual of Christian mysticism.
    The Star of the West. (Captain Fuller.) ::: An introduction to the study of the Works of Aleister Crowley.
    The Dhammapada. (S.B.E. Series, Oxford University Press.) ::: The best of the Buddhist classics.
    The Questions of King Milinda. (S.B.E. Series.) ::: Technical points of Buddhist dogma, illustrated by dialogues.
    Liber 777 vel Prolegomena Symbolica Ad Systemam Sceptico-Mystic Vi Explicand, Fundamentum Hieroglyphicam Sanctissimorum Scienti Summ. ::: A complete Dictionary of the Correspondences of all magical elements, reprinted with extensive additions, making it the only standard comprehensive book of reference ever published. It is to the language of Occultism what Webster or Murray is to the English language.
    Varieties of Religious Experience. (James.) ::: Valuable as showing the uniformity of mystical attainment.
    Kabbala Denudata, von Rosenroth ::: also the Kabbalah Unveiled, by S. L. Mathers. ::: The text of the Kabalah, with commentary. A good elementary introduction to the subject.
    Konx om Pax. ::: Four invaluable treatises and a preface on Mysticism and Magick.
    The Pistis Sophia. ::: An admirable introduction to the study of Gnosticism.
    The Oracles of Zoroaster. ::: An invaluable collection of precepts mystical and magical.
    The Dream of Scipio, by Cicero. ::: Excellent for its Vision and its Philosophy.
    The Golden Verses of Pythagoras by Fabre d'Olivet. ::: An interesting study of the exoteric doctrines of this Master.
    The Divine Pymander, by Hermes Trismegistus. ::: Invaluable as bearing on the Gnostic Philosophy.
    The Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians , reprint of Franz Hartmann. ::: An invaluable compendium.
    Scrutinium Chymicum , by Michael Maier. ::: One of the best treatises on alchemy.
    Science and the Infinite, by Sidney Klein. ::: One of the best essays written in recent years.
    Two Essays of the Worship of Priapus , by Richard Payne Knight. ::: Invaluable to all students.
    The Golden Bough, by J. G. Frazer. ::: The Text-Book of folk Lore. Invaluable to all students.
    The Age of Reason, by Thomas Paine. ::: Excellent, though elementary, as a corrective to superstition.
    Rivers of Life, by General Forlong. ::: An invaluable text-book of old systems of initiation.
    Three Dialogues, by Bishop Berkeley. ::: The Classic of subjective idealism.
    Essays of David Hume. ::: The Classic of Academic Scepticism.
    First Principles, by Herbert Spencer. ::: The Classic of Agnosticism.
    Prolegomena, by Emanuel Kant. ::: The best introduction to Metaphysics.
    The Canon. ::: The best text-book of Applied Qabalah.
    The Fourth Dimension, by H. Hinton. ::: The text-book on this subject.
    The Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley. ::: Masterpieces of philosophy, as of prose.

    The object of this course of reading is to familiarize the student with all that has been said by the Great Masters in every time and country. He should make a critical examination of them; not so much with the idea of discovering where truth lies, for he cannot do this except by virtue of his own spiritual experience, but rather to discover the essential harmony in those varied works. He should be on his guard against partisanship with a favourite author. He should familiarize himself thoroughly with the method of mental equilibrium, endeavouring to contradict any statement soever, although it may be apparently axiomatic.

    The general object of this course, besides that already stated, is to assure sound education in occult matters, so that when spiritual illumination comes it may find a well-built temple. Where the mind is strongly biased towards any special theory, the result of an illumination is often to inflame that portion of the mind which is thus overdeveloped, with the result that the aspirant, instead of becoming an Adept, becomes a bigot and fanatic.
    The A.'. A.'. does not offer examination in this course, but recommends these books as the foundation of a library.

SECTION 2. ::: Other books, principally fiction, of a generally suggestive and helpful kind


    Zanoni, by Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton. ::: Valuable for its facts and suggestions about Mysticism.
    A Strange Story , by Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton. ::: Valuable for its facts and suggestions about Magick.
    The Blossom and the Fruit, by Mabel Collins. ::: Valuable for its account of the Path.
    Petronius Arbiter. ::: Valuable for those who have wit to understand it.
    The Golden Ass, by Apuleius. ::: Valuable for those who have wit to understand it.
    Le Comte de Gabalis. ::: Valuable for its hints of those things which it mocks.
    The Rape of the Lock, by Alexander Pope. ::: Valuable for its account of elementals.
    Undine, by de la Motte Fouque. ::: Valuable as an account of elementals.
    Black Magic, by Marjorie Bowen. ::: An intensely interesting story of sorcery.
    Le Peau de Chagrin, by Honore de Balzac. ::: A magnificent magical allegory.
    Number Nineteen, by Edgar Jepson. ::: An excellent tale of modern magic.
    Dracula, by Bram Stoker. ::: Valuable for its account of legends concerning vampires.
    Scientific Romances, by H. Hinton. ::: Valuable as an introduction to the study of the Fourth Dimension.
    Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. ::: Valuable to those who understand the Qabalah.
    Alice Through the Looking Glass, by Lewis Carroll. ::: Valuable to those who understand the Qabalah.
    The Hunting of the Snark, by Lewis Carroll. ::: Valuable to those who understand the Qabalah.
    The Arabian Nights, translated by either Sir Richard Burton or John Payne. ::: Valuable as a storehouse of oriental magick-lore.
    Morte d'Arthur, by Sir Thomas Mallory. ::: Valuable as a storehouse of occidental Magick-lore.
    The Works of Francois Rabelais. ::: Invaluable for Wisdom.
    The Kasidah, by Sir Richard Burton. ::: Valuable as a summary of philosophy.
    The Song Celestial, by Sir Edwin Arnold. ::: "The Bhagavad-Gita" in verse.
    The Light of Asia, by Sir Edwin Arnold. ::: An account of the attainment of Gotama Buddha.
    The Rosicrucians , by Hargrave Jennings. ::: Valuable to those who can read between the lines.
    The Real History of the Rosicrucians , by A. E. Waite. ::: A good vulgar piece of journalism on the subject.
    The Works of Arthur Machen. ::: Most of these stories are of great magical interest.
    The Writings of William O'Neill (Blake). ::: Invaluable to all students.
    The Shaving of Shagpat , by George Meredith. ::: An excellent allegory.
    Lilith, by George MacDonald. ::: A good introduction to the Astral.
    La-Bas , by J. K. Huysmans. ::: An account of the extravagances caused by the Sin-complex.
    The Lore of Proserpine, by Maurice Hewlett. ::: A suggestive enquiry into the Hermetic Arcanum.
    En Route, by J. K. Huysmans. ::: An account of the follies of Christian mysticism.
    Sidonia the Sorceress, by Wilhelm Meinhold.
    The Amber Witch, by Wilhelm Meinhold.
    These two tales are highly informative.
    Macbeth; Midsummer Night's Dream; The Tempest, by W. Shakespeare. ::: Interesting for traditions treated.
    Redgauntlet, by Sir Walter Scott. ::: Also one or two other novels. Interesting for traditions treated.
    Rob Roy, by James Grant. ::: Interesting for traditions treated.
    The Magician, by W. Somerset Maugham. ::: An amusing hotchpot of stolen goods.
    The Bible, by various authors unknown. ::: The Hebrew and Greek Originals are of Qabalistic value. It contains also many magical apologues, and recounts many tales of folk-lore and magical rites.
    Kim, by Rudyard Kipling. ::: An admirable study of Eastern thought and life. Many other stories by this author are highly suggestive and informative.

    For Mythology, as teaching Correspondences:
    Books of Fairy Tales generally.
    Oriental Classics generally.
    Sufi Poetry generally.
    Scandinavian and Teutonic Sagas generally.
    Celtic Folk-Lore generally.

    This course is of general value to the beginner. While it is not to be taken, in all cases, too seriously, it will give him a general familiarity with the mystical and magical tradition, create a deep interest in the subject, and suggest many helpful lines of thought.
    It has been impossible to do more, in this list, than to suggest a fairly comprehensive course of reading.

  

SECTION 3. ::: Official publications of the A.'. A.'. (modified with contents from holybooks)



    Liber Files from various Thelemic authors. The publications of the A:..A:. divide themselves into four classes.

    Class [A] consists of books of which may be changed not so much as the style of a letter: that is, they represent the utterance of an Adept entirely beyond the criticism of even the Visible Head of the Organization.
    Class [B] consists of books or essays which are the result of ordinary scholarship, enlightened and earnest.
    Class [C] consists of matter which is to be regarded rather as suggestive than anything else.
    Class [D] consists of the Official Rituals and Instructions.
    Class [E] consists of manifestos, broadsides, epistles and other public statements.
    Some publications are composite, and pertain to more than one class.


  Liber 0. (0) - Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram and Notes :::
  Liber I. (1) [A] - Liber B vel Magi. ::: An account of the Grade of Magus, the highest grade which it is ever possible to manifest in any way whatever upon this plane. Or so it is said by the Masters of the Temple. Equinox VII, p. 5.
  Liber II. (2) [E] - The Message of the Master Therion ::: Explains the Essence of the new law in a very simple manner. Equinox XI (Vol. III, No. 1), p. 39.
  Liber III. (3) [D] - Liber Jugorum ::: An instruction for the control of speech, action and thought. Equinox IV, p. 9 & Appendix VI of this book.
  Liber ABA. (4) [] - A general account in elementary terms of magical and mystical powers.
  1. ::: Mysticism - published.
  2. ::: Magick (Elementary Theory) [] - published.
  3. ::: Magick in Theory and Practice (this book).
  4. ::: The Law. Not yet completed.
  [note by shawn: Part IV was subsequenty published as The Equinox of the Gods (Equinox Volume III, Number 3).]
  Liber V. (5) [D] Liber V vel Reguli. ::: Being the Ritual of the Mark of the Beast: an incantation proper to invoke the Energies of the Aeon of Horus, adapted for the daily use of the Magician of whatever grade.
  Liber VI. (6) [B] Liber O vel Manus et Sagittae. ::: Instructions given for elementary study of the Qabalah, Assumption of God forms, vibration of Divine Names, the Rituals of Pentagram and Hexagram, and their uses in protection and invocation, a method of attaining astral visions so-called, and an instruction in the practice called Rising on the Planes. Equinox II, p. 11 and appendix VI in this book.
  Liber VII. (7) [A] Liber Liberi vel Lapis Lazuli ::: Adumbratio Kabbalae 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. Its 7 chapters are referred to the 7 planets in the following order: Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Sol, Mercury, Luna, Venus.
  Liber VIII. (8) [D] 8th Aether Liber CCCCXVIII. ::: And thus shall he do who will attain to the mystery of the knowledge and conversation of his Holy Guardian Angel. [note by shawn: This reference is a bit cryptic. Liber VIII is from the eighth Aethyr in Liber CCCCXVIII.]
  Liber IX. (9) [B] Liber E vel Exercitiorum. ::: Instructs the aspirant in the necessity of keeping a record. Suggests methods of testing physical clairvoyance. Gives instruction in Asana, Pranayama and Dharana, and advises the application of tests to the physical body, in order that the student may thoroughly understand his own limitations. Equinox I, p. 25 & Appendix VI of this Book.
  Liber X. (10) [A] Liber Porta Lucis ::: An account of the sending forth of the Master Therion by the A.'. A.'. and an explanation of His mission. Equinox VI, p. 3.
  Liber XI. (11) [D] - Liber NU. ::: An instruction for attaining Nuit. An account of the task of the Aspirant from Probationer to Adept. Meditations on AL.
  Liber XIII. (13) [D] - Liber Graduum Montis Abiegni. ::: An account of the task of the Aspirant from Probationer to Adept. Equinox III, p. 3.
  Liber XV. (15) [] - Ecclesiae Gnosticae Catholicae Cannon Missae ::: Represents the original and true pre-Christian Christianity. Equinox XI (vol. iii, part 1) And Appendix VI of this book.
  Liber XVI. (16) [B] - Liber Turris vel Domus Dei. ::: An Instruction for attainment by the direct destruction of thoughts as they arise in the mind. Equinox VI, p. 9.
  Liber XVII. (17) [D] - Liber I.A.O. ::: Gives three methods of attainment through a willed series of thoughts. Unpublished. It is the active form of Liber CCCLXI.
  Liber XXI. (21) [] - Khing Kang King - The Classic of Purity, by Ko Hsuen. ::: A new translation from the Chinese by the Master Therion. Unpublished.
  Liber XXIV. (24) [B] - De Nuptis Secretis Deorum Cum Hominibus. ::: Sexual magick.
  Liber XXV. (25) [B] - The Ritual of the Star Ruby. ::: An improved form of the lesser ritual of the Pentagram, Liber CCCXXXIII, The Book of Lies, pp. 34 & 35. Also Appendix VI of this book.
  Liber XXVII. (27) [A] - Liber Trigrammaton, being a book of Trigrams of the Mutations of the Tao with the Yin and Yang ::: An account of the cosmic process: corresponding to the stanzas of Dzyan in another system. Unpublished. [note by shawn: published in The Holy Books of Thelema (Equinox Volume III, Number 9).]
  Liber XXVIII. (28) [] - Septem Regum Sanctorum - The Ceremony of the Seven Holy Kings. ::: Being an Initiation Ritual for certain select probationers to A.'.A.'.
  Liber XXX. (30) [B] - Liber Librae. ::: An elementary course of morality suitable for the average man. Equinox I, p. 17.
  Liber XXXI. (31) [] - Diary of Frater Achad, The
  Liber XXXIII. (33) [] - An account of A.'. A.' ::: first written in the Language of his period by the Councillor Von Eckartshausen and now revised and rewritten in the Universal Cipher. Equinox I, p. 4.
  Liber XXXVI. (36) [D] - The Star Sapphire. ::: An improved ritual of the Hexagram. Liber CCCXXXIII (The Book of Lies), p.p. 46 & 7, and Appendix VI of this book.
  Liber XLI. (41) [] - Thien Tao. ::: An Essay on Attainment by the Way of Equilibrium.
  Liber XLIV (44) [D] - The Mass of the Phoenix.
  Liber XLVI. (46) [] - The Key of the Mysteries. ::: A Translation of "La Clef des Grands Mysteres", by Eliphas Levi. Specially adapted to the task of the Attainment of Bhakta-Yoga. Equinox X, Supplement.
  Liber XLIX. (49) [] - Collected writings of Jack Parsons, The
  Liber XLIX. (49) [] - Shi Yi Chien. ::: An account of the divine perfection illustrated by the seven-fold permutation of the Dyad. Unpublished.
  Liber LI. (51) [] - The Lost Continent. ::: An account of the continent of Atlantis: the manners and customs, magical rites and opinions of its people, together with a true account of the catastrophe, so called, which ended in its disappearance. Unpublished.
  Liber LII. (52) [] - Manifesto of the OTO ::: This 1919 e.v. manifesto is by Crowley - others exist by other people.
  Liber LV. (55) [] - The Chymical Jousting of Brother Perardua with the seven Lances that he brake ::: An account of the Magical and Mystic Path in the language of Alchemy. Equinox I, p. 88.
  Liber LVIII. (58) [] - The Qabalah ::: A general discussion of the Method and uses of the Qabalah. (The Temple of Solomon the King )
  An article on the Qabalah in Equinox V, p. 65.
  Liber LIX. (59) [C] - Across the Gulf. ::: A fantastic account of a previous Incarnation. Its principal interest lies in the fact that its story of the overthrowing of Isis by Osiris may help the reader to understand the meaning of the overthrowing of Osiris by Horus in the present Aeon. Equinox VII, p. 293.
  Liber LXI. (61) [D] - Liber Causae. ::: Explains the actual history and origin of the present movement. Its statements are accurate in the ordinary sense of the word. The object of the book is to discount Mythopeia. Equinox XI, p. 55.
  Liber LXIV. (64) [B] - Liber Israfel, formerly called Anubis. ::: An instruction in a suitable method of preaching. Unpublished.
  Liber LXIV. (64) [B] - Liber Israfel. ::: By Allen Bennet, Crowley, Others. Invocation of Thoth, as a prelude to preaching. Formerly called 'Liber Anubis', an instruction in a suitable method of preaching.
  Liber LXV. (65) [A] - Liber Cordis Cincti Serpente. ::: An account of the relations of the Aspirant with his Holy Guardian Angel. Equinox XI (vol. iii, part 1), p. 65.
  Liber LXVI. (66) [A] - Liber Stellae Rubeae. ::: A secret ritual, the Heart of IAO-OAI, delivered unto V.V.V.V.V. for his use in a certain matter of Liber Legis.
  Liber LXVII. (67) [] - The Sword of Song. ::: A critical study of various philosophies. An account of Buddhism. A. Crowley, Collected Works, Vol. ii, pp. 140-203.
  Liber LXX (70) [] - The Cross of a Frog. ::: The Ceremonies proper to obtaining a familiar spirit of a Mercurial nature as described in the Apocalypse of St. John the Divine from a frog or toad.
  Liber LXXI. (71) [] - The Voice of the Silence, the Two Paths, the Seven Portals ::: by H. P. Blavatsky, with an elaborate commentary by Frater O. M. Equinox III, I. Supplement.
  Liber LXXIII. (73) [] - The Urn. ::: This is the sequel to The Temple of Solomon the King, and is the Diary of a Magus. This book contains a detailed account of all the experiences passed through by the Master Therion in his attainment of this grade of Initiation, the highest possible to any manifested Man. Unpublished.
  Liber (74) [] - Liber vel Testis Testitudinis :::
  Liber (76) [] - Liber :::
  Liber LXXVII. (77) [] - Liber OZ. ::: The Thelemic declaration of rights of Man.
  Liber LXXVIII. (78) [] - On the Tarot. ::: A complete treatise on the Tarot giving the correct designs of the cards with their attri butions and symbolic meanings on all the planes. Part-published in Equinox VII, p.143.
  Liber LXXXI. (81) [] - Moonchild. (The Butterfly Net). ::: An account of a magical operation, particularly concerning the planet Luna, written in the form of a novel. Published under the title "Moon-child" by the Mandrake Press, 41, Museum St., London, W.C.1.
  Liber LXXXIV. (84) [] - Vel Chanokh. ::: A brief abstraction of the Symbolic representation of the Universe derived by Dr. John Dee through the Scrying of Sir Edward Kelly. Part-published in Equinox VII, p. 229 & VIII, p. 99.
  Liber XC. (90) [A] - Liber Tzaddi vel Hamus Hermeticus. ::: An account of Initiation, and an indication as to those who are suitable for the same. Equinox VI, p. 17.
  Liber XCIII. (93) [] - Fountain of Hyacinth, The. ::: A diary of the use of cocaine and heroin and the relations of the Magician therewith. See Liber Al vel Legis: Chapter Two, verse Twentytwo.
  Liber XCV. (95) [] - The Wake-World. ::: A poetical allegory of the relations of the soul and the Holy Guardian Angel. Konx Om Pax, p. 1.
  Liber XCVI. (96) [B] - Liber Gaias. A Handbook of Geomancy. ::: Equinox II, p. 137. A guide but with some intentional inaccuracies.
  Liber XCVII. (97) [] - Soror Achitha's Vision - The Amalantrah Working
  Liber C. (100) [] - Agape, Azoth ::: The Book of the Unveiling of the Sangraal wherein it is spoken of the Wine of the Sabbath of the Adepts. Secrets instructions of the IX O.T.O. (Sex Magick.)
  Liber CI. (101) [] - An Open Letter to those who may wish to join the Order ::: Enumerating the Duties and Privileges. These Regulations Come Into Force In Any District Where the Membership Exceeds One Thousand Souls.
  Liber CVI. (106) [] - Concerning Death ::: A Treatise on the Nature of Death, and the proper attitude to be taken towards it.
  Published in "The International", New York, 1917.
  Liber CXI (111) [B] - Liber Aleph.: The Book of Wisdom or Folly ::: An extended and elaborate commentary on the Book of the Law, in the form of a letter from the Master Therion to his magical son. Contains some of the deepest secrets of initiation, with a clear solution of many cosmic and ethical problems. Unpublished. [note by shawn: Since published as Liber Aleph (Equinox Volume III, Number 6).]
  Liber CXX. (120) [D] - Ritual of passing through the Tuat, The ::: A Ritual of Initiation for certain Select Zelators.
  Liber CXXIV. (124) [] - vel of Edan and the Sacred Oak
  Liber CXXXII. (132) [] - Apotheosis ::: A treatise on the Incarnation of a God, instructions to Realize and Proclaim His Identity.
  Liber CXLVIII. (148) [] - Soldier and the hunchback, The ::: A general discussion on philosophy.
  Liber CL. (150) [E] - A Sandal, De Lege Libellum ::: A further explanation of the Book of the Law, with special reference to the Powers and Privileges conferred by its acceptance. Equinox III, part 1, p. 99.
  Liber CLVI. (156) [A] - Liber Cheth, vel Vallum Abiegni. ::: A perfect account of the task of the Exempt Adept considered under the symbols of a particular plane, not the intellectual. Equinox VI, p. 23.
  Liber CLVII. (157) [] - The Tao Teh King. ::: A new translation, with a commentary, by the Master Therion. Unpublished.
  Liber CLXI. (161) [] - Law of Thelema, The ::: An epistle written to Professor L...B...K... who also himself waited for the New Aeon, concerning the O.T.O. and it's solution of Property, and now reprinted for the General Circulation.
  Liber CLXV. (165) [] - A Master of the Temple ::: Being an account of the attainment of Frater Unus In Omnibus. The record of a man who actually attained by the system taught by the A.'. A.'. Part-published in Equinox III, I, p. 127.
  Liber CLXXV. (175) [D] - Astarte vel Liber Berylli. ::: An instruction in attainment by the method of devotion, or Bhakta-Yogi. Equinox VII, p. 37.
  Liber CLXXXV. (185) [] - Liber Collegii Sancti. ::: Being the tasks of the Grades and their Oaths proper to Liber XIII. This is the official paper of the various grades. It includes the Task and Oath of a Probationer. Unpublished. [note by shawn: Since released in Gems from the Equinox, Israel Regardie, ed.]
  Liber CXCIV. (194) [] - An Intimation with Reference to the Constitution of the Order ::: Any Province of the O.T.O. is governed by the Grand Master and those to whom he delegates his Authority, until such time as the Order is established, which is the case when it possesses eleven or more Profess-houses in the province. Then the regular constitution is automatically Promulgated. The Quotation is slightly adapted from an address in one of the Rituals.
  Liber CXCVII. (197) [C] - Sir Palamedes the saracen knight ::: The High History of Good Sir Palamedes the Saracen Knight and of his following of the Questing Beast. A poetic account of the Great Work and enumeration of many obstacles. Equinox IV, Special Supplement.
  Liber CC. (200) [D] - Resh vel Helios. ::: An instruction for the adoration of the Sun four times daily, with the object of composing the mind to meditation, and of regularising the practices. Equinox VI, p. 29.
  Liber CCVI. (206) [D] - Liber RU vel Spiritus. ::: Full instruction in Pranayama. Equinox VII, p. 59.
  Liber CCVII. (207) [] - Syllabus ::: An enumeration of the Official publications of A.'. A.'. with a brief description of the contents of each book. Equinox XI (vol. iii part 1), p. 11. This appendix is extracted therefrom.
  Liber CCXVI. (216) [] - The I Ching ::: A new translation, with a commentary by the Master Therion. The Yi King is mathematical and philosophical in form. It's structure is cognate with that of the Qabalah. The I Ching reduced expertly to a series of six-line mnemonic keys, one for each hexagram.
  Liber CCXX. (220) [A] - The Book of the Law ::: (Liber AL vel Legis) which is the foundation of the whole work. Text in Equinox X, p. 9. Short commentary in Equinox VII, p. 378. Full commentary by the Master Therion through whom it was given to the world, will be published shortly. [note by shawn: Retitled 'AL vel Legis' after the discoveries of Frater Achad.]
  Liber CCXXVIII (228) [B] - De Natura Deorum
  Liber CCXXXI. (231) [A] - Liber Arcanorum ton ATU tou TAHUTI quas vidit ASAR in AMENNTI sub figura CCXXXI. Liber Carcerorum ton QLIPHOTH cum suis Geniis. Adduntur Sigilla et Nomina Eorum.:An account of the cosmic process so far as it is indicated by the Tarot Trumps. Equinox VII, p. 69.
  Liber CCXLII. (242) [C] - AHA! ::: An exposition in poetic language of several of the ways of attainment and the results obtained. Equinox III, p. 9
  Liber CCLXV. (265) [] - The Structure of the Mind ::: A Treatise on psychology from the mystic an magical standpoint. Its study will help the aspirant to make a detailed scientific analysis of his mind, and so learn to control it. Unpublished.
  Liber CCC. (300) [E] - Khabs am Pekht ::: A special instruction for the Promulgation of the Law. This is the first and most important duty of every Aspirant of whatever grade. It builds up in him the character and Karma which forms the Spine of Attainment. Equinox III, I, p. 171
  Liber CCCXII. (312) [] - Liber A vel ARMORUM :::
  Liber CCCXXV, (325) [] - The Bartzabel Working :::
  Liber CCCXXXIII. (333) [] - The Book of Lies falsely so-called ::: Deals with many matters on all planes of the very highest importance. It is an official publication for Babes of the Abyss, but is recommended even to beginners as highly suggestive. 1913.
  Liber CCCXXXV. (335) [C] - Adonis an Allegory ::: An account in poetic language of the struggle of the human and divine elements in the consciousness of man, giving their harmony following on the victory of the latter. Equinox VII, p. 117.
  Liber CCCLXI. (341) [D] - Liber H.H.H. ::: Gives three methods of attainment through a willed series of thoughts.
  Liber CCCLXIII. (343) [] - AMRITA, The Elixir of Life
  Liber CCCLXV, (365) [] - vel CXX ::: The Preliminary Invocation of the Goetia so-called, with a complete explanation of the barbarous names of evocation used therein, and the secret rubric of the ritual, by the Master Therion. This is the most potent invocation extant, and was used by the Master Himself in his attainment. See p. 265 of this book.
  Liber CCCLXVII (367) [] - De Homunculo
  Liber CCCLXX (370) [A] - Liber A'ash vel Capricorni Pneumatici ::: Analyzes the nature of the creative magical force in man, explains how to awaken it, how to use it and indicates the general as well as the particular objects to be gained thereby. Sexual magick heavily veiled in symbolism.
  Liber CCCCXII.
  Liber CCCCXVIII.
  Liber CD. (400) [A] - Liber TAU vel Kabbalae Truium Literarum sub figura CD ::: A graphic interpretation of the Tarot on the plane of initiation. Equinox VII, p. 75.
  Liber CDXII (412) [D] - A vel Armorum ::: An instruction for the preparation of the elemental Instruments. Equinox IV, p. 15.
  Liber CDXIV (414) [] - De Arte Magica Secundum ritum Gradus Nonae OTO
  Liber CDXV (415) [AB] - Paris Working, The ::: (including Esoteric record and sundrys). A record of homosexual magick operations.
  Liber CDXVIII (418) [] - Vision and the Voice, The ::: Being of the Angels of the Thirty Aethyrs, the Vision and the Voice. Besides being the classical account of the Thirty Aethyrs and a model of all visions, the cries of the Angels should be regarded as accurate, and the doctrine of the function of the Great White Brotherhood understood as the foundation of the Aspiration of the Adept. The account of the Master of the Temple should, in particular, be taken as au thentic.
  Liber XXX AERUM vel Saeculi. ::: Being of the Angels of the Thirty Aethyrs, the Vision and the Voice. Besides being the classical account of the thirty Aethyrs and a model of all visions, the cries of the Angels should be regarded as accurate, and the doctrine of the function of the Great White Brotherhood understood as the foundation of the Aspiration of the Adept. The account of the Master of the Temple should in particular be taken as au thentic. Equinox V, Special Supplement.
  Liber CDLI (451) [] - Liber CDLI - Eroto-comatose Lucidity ::: The chapter "Of Eroto-comatose Lucidity" in Liber CDXIV - De Arte Magica
  Liber CDLXXIV. (474) [C] - Os Abysmi vel Da'ath ::: An instruction in a purely intellectual method of entering the Abyss. Equinox VII, p. 77.
  Liber D. (500) [] - Sepher Sephiroth ::: A dictionary of Hebrew words arranged according to their numerical value. This is an Encyclopaedia of the Holy Qabalah, which is a Map of the Universe, and enables man to attain Perfect Understanding. Equinox VIII, Special Supplement.
  Liber DXXXVI.
  A complete Treatise on Astrology ::: This is the only text book on astrology composed on scientific lines by classifying observed facts instead of deducting from a priori theories. Unpublished.
  Liber DXXXVI. (536) [B] - BATRACHOPHRENOBOOKOSMOMACHIA ::: An instruction in expansion of the field of the mind. Equinox X, p. 35.
  Liber DLV. (555) [D] - LIBER HAD ::: An instruction for attaining Hadit. Equinox VII, p. 83.
  Liber DLXX. (570) [] - Liber DCCCXIII vel Ararita ::: An account of the Hexagram and the method of reducing it to the Unity, and Beyond.
  Liber DCXXXIII. (633) [] - De Thaumaturgia ::: A statement of certain ethical considerations concerning Magick. Unpublished.
  Liber DCLXVI. (666) [] - The Beast ::: An account of the Magical Personality who is the Logos of the present Aeon. Unpublished.
  Liber DCLXXI (671) [D] - Liber DCLXXI vel Pyramidos ::: A ritual of self Initiation based on the Neophyte ritual.
  Liber DCC (700) [] ::: Liber vel Vesta
  Liber DCCXXIX (729) [C] - The Amalantrah Working ::: Interviews with a discarnate entity.
  Liber DCCLXXVII. (777) [B] - Vel Prolegomena Symbolica Ad Systemam Sceptico-Mysticae Viae Explicandae, Fundamentum Hieroglyphicorum sanctissimorum Scientae Summae ::: A complete Dictionary of the Correspondences of all magical elements, reprinted with extensive additions, making it the only standard comprehensive book of reference ever published. It is to the language of Occultism what Webster or Murray is to the English Language. The reprint with additions will shortly be published.
  Liber DCCC. (800) [D] - Liber Samekh ::: Being the Ritual employed by the Beast 666 for the Attainment of the Knowledge and Conversation of his Holy Guardian Angel during the semester of His performance of the Operation of the Sacred Magick of Abramelin the Mage.
  Liber DCCCVIII (808) [] - Serpentis Nehushtan
  Liber DCCCXI. (811) [] - Energised Enthusiasm ::: Specially adapted to the task of Attainment of Control of the Body of Light, development of Intuition and Hathayoga. Equinox IX, p. 17.
  Liber DCCCXIII. (813) [A] - vel ARARITA ::: An account of the Hexagram and the method of reducing it to the Unity, and Beyond. Unpublished.
  Liber DCCCXXXI. (831) [D] - Liber YOD, formerly called VESTA ::: An instruction giving three methods of reducing the manifold consciousness to the Unity. Adapted to facilitate the task of the Attainment of Raja-Yoga and of the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel. Equinox VII, p. 101.
  Liber DCCCXXXVII. (837) [E] - The Law of Liberty ::: This is a further explanation of the Book of the Law in reference to certain Ethical problems.
  Liber DCCCL. (850) [] - The Rites of ELEUSIS :::
  Liber DCCCLX. (860) [C] - John St. John ::: The Record of the Magical Retirement of G. H. Frater O.'. M.'. A model of what a magical record should be, so far as accurate analysis and fullness of description are concerned. Equinox I, Supplement.
  Liber DCCCLXVIII. (868) [B] - Liber Viarum Viae ::: A graphical account of magical powers classified under the Tarot Trumps. Equinox VII, p. 101.
  Liber DCCCLXXXVIII. (888) [] - The Gospel According to Saint Bernard Shaw ::: A complete study of the origins of Christianity. Unpublished.
  Liber CMXIII. (913) [B] - Liber Viae Memoriae ::: Gives methods for attaining the magical memory, or memory of past lives, and an insight into the function of the Aspirant in this present life. Equinox VII, p. 105.
  Liber CMXXXIV. (934) [] - The Cactus ::: An elaborate study of the psychological effects produced by Anhalonium Lewinii (Mescal Buttons), compiled from the actual records of some hundreds of experiments. Unpublished.
  Liber DCCCCLXIII. (963) [A-B] - The Treasure House of Images ::: A superb collection of Litanies appropriate to the Signs of the Zodiac. Equinox III, Supplement.
  Liber MCCLXIV. (1264) [] - The Greek Qabalah ::: A complete dictionary of all sacred and important words and phrases given in the Books of the Gnosis and other important writings both in the Greek and the Coptic. Unpublished.
  Liber MCDVIII. (1408) [] - Soldier and the Hunchback :::
  Liber MMCCMXI. (2261) [] - A Note on Genesis ::: A model of Qabalistic ratiocination. Specially adapted to Gnana Yoga.

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1:The object of this course of reading is to familiarize the student with all that has been said by the Great Masters in every time and country. He should make a critical examination of them; not so much with the idea of discovering where truth lies, for he cannot do this except by virtue of his own spiritual experience, but rather to discover the essential harmony in those varied works. He should be on his guard against partisanship with a favourite author. He should familiarize himself thoroughly with the method of mental equilibrium, endeavouring to contradict any statement soever, although it may be apparently axiomatic.

The general object of this course, besides that already stated, is to assure sound education in occult matters, so that when spiritual illumination comes it may find a well-built temple. Where the mind is strongly biased towards any special theory, the result of an illumination is often to inflame that portion of the mind which is thus overdeveloped, with the result that the aspirant, instead of becoming an Adept, becomes a bigot and fanatic. ~ Aleister Crowley, Liber ABA, APPENDIX I - Curriculum of A. A.

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