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Ontario, Canada: Gadfly Publications, 2002. Title misprinted LIBER DCCCXIII (actually Liber DCCXI). Although scan image of wrap imparts a yellow color, it is bright orange to the eye. Some wear, light extremity fade. Publishers ink smudges, as per usual due to low production value (which may also account for this titles scarcity). The binding is tight and crisp. . First Edition. Saddle-stitched. Very Good in Wraps. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
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- Energized Enthusiasm: A Note on Theurgy
- Aleister Crowley
- Book condition
- Used - Very Good in Wraps
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- First Edition
- Gadfly Publications
- Place of Publication
- Ontario, Canada
- Date published
- Occult, Thelema., Religion, Christianity, Mysticism, Spirituality, Magick, Religious Psychology, Religious Philosophy, Comparative Religion, Kabbala, Cabala, Qabalah, Grimoire, Sex magic, Crowleyanity
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