Thursday, May 5, 2011

THE EYE IN THE TRIANGLE: An Interpretation of Aleister Crowley - by Israel Regardie

THE EYE IN THE TRIANGLE: An Interpretation of Aleister Crowley - by Israel Regardie

Introduction by Robert Anton Wilson -- Preface by Christopher S. Hyatt Ph.D.

Aleister Crowley, the greatest Magus of the twentieth century, redefined the very basis of the Western Tradition. His vast influence extends throughout modern occultism. He is the father of the modern art of ceremonial magick and western tantra. In 1928 at the age of 53, Crowley was living in Paris when Israel Regardie, a 21 year old disciple, nervously presented himself to be Crowley's personal secretary. Thus began the most significant relationship of Regardie's life. Although they were later to have a bitter parting of company - this experience caused Regardie to devote the next five decades to spreading Crowley's message and tending the flame of his memory - at a time when that was an unpopular, unrewarding and lonely task.

This book provides an accurate, humorous and brilliantly insightful look into the man whom many still regard as the 'Wickedest Man in the World' - get ready to enter the magickal universe of Aleister Crowley as seen through the eyes of Israel Regardie, who was his personal secretary for years. Regardie withstood ridicule and hatred in his continued defense of Crowley - well before most proponents of Crowley's teachings were even born.

New Falcon Publications - 2009 Edition - 517 Page Paperback - No Illustrations - Esoteric/ Philosophy/ Metaphysics/ Occult/ Mysticism/ Biography - PRICE: $20.00

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