Book Four

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Book: Book Four by Aleister Crowley

Every thought penned in this book is absolutley clear, concise, reasonable and accurate. This book is of immense help to someone trying to learn about the occult science. With the whole of the book translating so much information in such a few pages. The man is a wonderful thinker and an amazing writer. He explains the theoretical (but to me purely practical) answer to the mystery of the most profound Prophets ever on earth, besides Crowley himself of course. The technique in which they attained genius (enlightenment) by meditation and what exactly consists of such a quest.... If you would like the practice of stilling the mind explained to your mind in the best of what could be easily argued of all the attempts in literary form then this is the book you want.

Book 4 is an essential must-read for those interested in Crowley and/or black magic. He gives sufficiently detailed magical instruction. Unfortunately, the tools for use in this described magic is too specific for many; it thus serves as an entertaining and informative read. Crowley was and is an immensly fascinating individual with a lasting influence on the occult. Put Book 4 at the top of your list for potential occult practitioners. I've read books like The Satanic Bible and Necronomicon, and this is just as good or better than those.

Part II is a fabulous treatise on the tools of the practice of the "true" "Magick of the Magi"... Ceremonial Magick is the means by which you attempt to contact, control, and understand the different facets (spirits) of your mind to assist you in the mystical enlightenment journey. Mind being roughly speaking thought, emotion, and the subconcsious. It includes detailed information on the tools needed for Magickal practice and exactly what they are connected with practically and theoretically; To convey his many keen and intense ideas Crowley can and will use or compare Qabalah, Hindu philosophy, Buddhist philosophy, Christian theology, english literature, psychology, mythology, analogy, metaphor, science, wit, his sense of humor, even nursery rhymes in an interlude and who knows what else!!!! The nice price and convenient 120 page length are bonuses. Do what thou wilt, love under will!

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