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No. 3 of 31 Hand Numbered Copies.
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Hriliu, the shrill cry of orgasm.
From Hell Fire Club book description:
In the name of the Lord of the Aeon
Dedicated to all Beings who seek the Light!
Liber XV A SYMBOLIC EXPLORATION Of THE GNOSTIC MASS
Ecclesiae Gnosticae Catholicae Canon Missae
Shewing forth in dramatic form the central Sexual/Magickal Secret of the IX° of the ORDO TEMPLI ORIENTIS
Written to aid all in their experience of intimate devotion, intense worship and profound Truth!
This edition is limited to 31 hand-numbered copies.
Available in a super deluxe binding of creamy English goat vellum prepared by William Cowleys (established 1860), bright yellow Kashgar silk endpapers, black and gold headbands. Each copy slipcased, fully hand bound and gilt in Hellfire bindery.
The simplest, most direct and most powerful of all magick ceremonies is the eucharist, it is quite literally the transmutation of the material being into the divine, filling the individual with Love, leading eventually to becoming a divinity oneself.
This book is a long and profound study of Aleister Crowleys Gnostic Mass, the most magnificent ritual celebration of the secrets of Invocation, Consecration, Transformation.
General Symbolism The Symbolic Dimensions of the Gnostic Mass The Officers Magical Energy in the Gnostic Mass The Mass of Baphomet The Basic Plot of the Gnostic Mass
A Detailed Analysis.. The Furnishings of the Temple The Officers The Ceremony of Intro The Ceremony of the Opening of the Veil Of the Office of the Collects which are Eleven in Number Of the Consecration of the Elements Of the Office of the Anthem Of the Mystic Marriage & the Consummation of the Elements.
IAO131 Is the author of numerous books, journal articles and artworks of a magickal and philosophical nature. His books ‘Fresh Fever from the Skies’, ‘Naturalistic Occultism’ and the ‘Thelema Sutras’ stand tall in a literature which already boasts the works of many great occult writers including Regardie, Frater Achad and Aleister Crowley himself.