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Thread: How to read Crowley

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    Default How to read Crowley

    I think I have almost all Crowley books but heres a problem I face, all the Crowley books I have tried reading require me to already know something from another book. Is there a chronological order that I need to follow? or which is the 1st book that I should read?
    "And with strange aeons, even death may die."

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    I honestly don't know, I have a few of his books and read his works in such a haphazard way. I am sure there is someone here who could help you. I guess logically you could start from first to last, I've never thought about it.

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    start with the books in the equinox. It's long but it will give you a good basis to understand the rest of his work. I don't think Crowley intended an order of reading but the equinox contains alot of his basic philosophy and magickal principles. Most important of all, read the Book of the Law twice.
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    The Tree of Life - Israel Regardie

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    regardie was crowleys student and a friend. he says in the foreword that this is the book you're looking for.

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