Explores the life of the still-controversial “Father of the Black Arts,” who rebelled against his conservative religious upbringing; befriended famous writers, artists and philosophers; and became the world’s foremost authority on magick, in a book that includes previously unpublished biographical details. By the author of Crowley’s Sword of Song.
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