Number I. The supplement contains considerations for preparing a ritual of self-initiation. The supplement is also a perfect model of what a magical record should be, in respect of the form.
Number II. On pages 244-288 are given several rituals of Initiation.
Pages 302-317 give an account of certain astral visions.
Pages 326-332 give a formula for Rising on the Planes.
Number III. Pages 151-169 give details of certain magical formulae.
Pages 170-190 are a very perfect example — classical, old style — of a magicalritual for the evocation of the spirit of Mercury.
Pages 190-197 — a ritual for the consecration of a talisman. A very perfect example.
Pages 198-205 — a very fine example of a ritual to invoke the Higher Genius.
Pages 208-233 — Ritual of Initiation, with explanation of the same.
Pages 269-272 — Ritual of obtaining the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel by the formula of I.A.O.
Pages 272-278 — Ritual to make one's self invisible.
Number IV. Pages 43-196, a treatise, with model Records, of Mental Training appropriate to the Magician.
Number V. The supplement is the most perfect account of visions extant. They explore the farthest recesses of the magical universe.
Number VI. the Supplement gives seven rituals of the dramatic order, as described in Chapter XIX.
Pages 29-32 — A highly important magical ritual for daily use and work.
Number VII. Pages 21-27, a classical ritual to invoke Mercury; for daily use and work.
Pages 117-157, an example of a dramatic ritual in modern style.
Pages 229-243, an elaborate magical map of the universe on particular principles.
Pages 372-375, an example of a seasonal ritual.
Pages 376-383, a ritual to invoke Horus.
Number VIII. Pages 99-128, the conjuration of the elemental spirits.
Number IX. Pages 117-136, a ritual for invoking the spirit of Mars.
Number X. Pages 57-79, a modern example of a magical ritual in dramatic form, commemorating the return of Spring.
Pages 81-90, a fragment of ritual of a very advanced character.
No. I. This volume contains an immense number of articles of primary importance to every student of magick.
The rituals of The Book of Lies and The Goetia are also to be studied. The "preliminary invocation" of the Goetia is in particular recommended for daily use and work.
Orpheus, by Aleister Crowley, contains a large number of magical invocations in verse. There are also a good many others in other parts of his poetical works.
The following is a complete curriculum of reading officially approved by the A∴A∴
For Mythology, as teaching Correspondences:
Books of Fairy Tales generally.
Oriental Classics generally.
Sufi Poetry generally.
Scandinavian and Teutonic Sagas generally.
Celtic Folk-Lore generally.
Liber B vel Magi.
An account of the Grade of Magus, the highest grade which it is ever possible to manifest in any way whatever upon this plane. Or so it is said by the Masters of the Temple.
The Equinox VII, p. 5.
The Message of the Master Therion. Explains the Essence of the new law in a very simple manner.
The Equinox XI (Vol. III, No. 1), p. 39.
An instruction for the control of speech, action and thought.
The Equinox IV, p. 9 & Appendix VI of this book.
Liber IV. ABA.
A general account in elementary terms of magical and mystical powers.
Part. 1. "Mysticism" — published.
2. "Magick" (Elementary Theory) — published.
3. "Magick in Theory and Practice" (this book).
4. "The Law". Not yet completed.
Liber O vel Manus et Sagittae.
Instructions given for elementary study of the Qabalah, Assumption of God forms, vibration of Divine Names, the Rituals of Pentagram and Hexagram, and their uses in protection and invocation, a method of attaining astral visions so-called, and an instruction in the practice called Rising on the Planes.
The Equinox II, p. 11 and appendix VI in this book.
Liber Liberi vel Lapis Lazuli, Adumbratio Kabbalae Aegyptiorum. sub Figura VII.
Being the Voluntary Emancipation of a certain exempt Adept from his Adeptship. These are the Birth Words of a Master of the Temple.
Its 7 chapters are referred to the 7 planets in the following order: Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Sol, Mercury, Luna, Venus.
Liber E vel Exercitiorum.
Instructs the aspirant in the necessity of keeping a record. Suggests methods of testing physical clairvoyance. Gives instruction in Asana, Pranayama and Dharana, and advises the application of tests to the physical body, in order that the student may thoroughly understand his own limitations.
The Equinox I, p. 25 & Appendix VI of this Book.
Liber Porta Lucis.
An account of the sending forth of the Master Therion by the A∴A∴ and an explanation of His mission.
The Equinox VI, p. 3.
Graduum Montis Abiegni.
An account of the task of the Aspirant from Probationer to Adept.
The Equinox III, p. 3.
Ecclesiae Gnosticae Catholicae Canon Missae.
Represents the original and true pre-Christian Christianity.
The Equinox XI (vol. iii, part 1) And Appendix VI of this book.
Liber Turris vel Domus Dei.
An Instruction for attainment by the direct destruction of thoughts as they arise in the mind.
The Equinox VI, p. 9.
The Classic of Purity, by Ko Hsuen.
A new translation from the Chinese by the Master Therion.
An elementary course of morality suitable for the average man.
The Equinox I, p. 17.
An account of A∴A∴ first written in the Language of his period by the Councillor Von Eckartshausen and now revised and rewritten in the Universal Cipher.
The Equinox I, p. 4.
The Key of the Mysteries.
A Translation of La Clef des Grands Mystères, by Eliphas Lévi. Specially adapted to the task of the Attainment of Bhakta-Yoga.
The Equinox X, Supplement.
Shi Yi Chien.
An account of the divine perfection illustrated by the seven-fold permutation of the Dyad.
The Lost Continent.
An account of the continent of Atlantis: the manners and customs, magical rites and opinions of its people, together with a true account of the catastrophe, so called, which ended in its disappearance.
The Chymical Jousting of Brother Perardua with the seven Lances that he brake.
An account of the Magical and Mystic Path in the language of Alchemy.
The Equinox I, p. 88.
Across the Gulf.
A fantastic account of a previous Incarnation. Its principal interest lies in the fact that its story of the overthrowing of Isis by Osiris may help the reader to understand the meaning of the overthrowing of Osiris by Horus in the present Aeon.
The Equinox VII, p. 293.
Liber Cordis Cincti Serpente.
An account of the relations of the Aspirant with his Holy Guardian Angel.
The Equinox XI (vol. iii, part 1), p. 65.
The Sword of Song.
A critical study of various philosophies. An account of Buddhism.
A. Crowley, Collected Works, Vol. ii, pp. 140-203.
The Voice of the Silence, the Two Paths, the Seven Portals, by H. P. Blavatsky, with an elaborate commentary by Frater O. M.
The Equinox III, I. Supplement.
Liber LXXXIII. — The Urn.
This is the sequel to The Temple of Solomon the King, and is the Diary of a Magus. This book contains a detailed account of all the experiences passed through by the Master Therion in his attainment of this grade of Initiation, the highest possible to any manifested Man.
See The Confessions.
The Butterfly Net.
An account of a magical operation, particularly concerning the planet Luna, written in the form of a novel.
Published under the title "Moon-child" by the Mandrake Press, 41, Museum St., London, W.C.1.
A brief abstraction of the Symbolic representation of the Universe derived by Dr. John Dee through the Scrying of Sir Edward Kelly.
Part-published in The Equinox VII, p. 229 & VIII, p. 99.
Tzaddi vel Hamus Hermeticus.
An account of Initiation, and an indication as to those who are suitable for the same.
The Equinox VI, p. 17.
A poetical allegory of the relations of the soul and the Holy Guardian Angel.
Konx Om Pax, p. 1.
A Treatise on the Nature of Death, and the proper attitude to be taken towards it.
Published in "The International", New York, 1917.
Liber CXI (Aleph).
The Book of Wisdom or Folly.
An extended and elaborate commentary on the Book of the Law, in the form of a letter from the Master Therion to his magical son. Contains some of the deepest secrets of initiation, with a clear solution of many cosmic and ethical problems.
De Lege Libellum.
A further explanation of the Book of the Law, with special reference to the Powers and Privileges conferred by its acceptance.
The Equinox III, part 1, p. 99.
Liber Cheth, vel Vallum Abiegni.
A perfect account of the task of the Exempt Adept considered under the symbols of a particular plane, not the intellectual.
The Equinox VI, p. 23.
The Tao Teh King.
A new translation, with a commentary, by the Master Therion.
A Master of the Temple, Being an account of the attainment of Frater Unus In Omnibus.
The record of a man who actually attained by the system taught by the A∴A∴
Part-published in The Equinox III, I, p. 127.
Astarte vel Liber Berylli.
An instruction in attainment by the method of devotion, or Bhakta-Yogi.
The Equinox VII, p. 37.
Liber Collegii Sancti.
Being the tasks of the Grades and their Oaths proper to Liber XIII. This is the official paper of the various grades. It includes the Task and Oath of a Probationer.
The High History of Good Sir Palamedes the Saracen Knight and of his following of the Questing Beast.
A poetic account of the Great Work and enumeration of many obstacles.
The Equinox IV, Special Supplement.
Resh vel Helios.
An instruction for the adoration of the Sun four times daily, with the object of composing the mind to meditation, and of regularising the practices.
The Equinox VI, p. 29.
Syllabus. An enumeration of the Official publications of A∴A∴ with a brief description of the contents of each book.
The Equinox XI (vol. iii part 1), p. 11. This appendix is extracted therefrom.
Liber Arcanorum των του TAHUTI quas vidit ASAR in AMENNTI sub figura CCXXXI. Liber Carcerorum των QLIPHOTH cum suis Geniis. Adduntur Sigilla et Nomina Eorum.
An account of the cosmic process so far as it is indicated by the Tarot Trumps.
The Equinox VII, p. 69.
An exposition in poetic language of several of the ways of attainment and the results obtained.
The Equinox III, p. 9
The Structure of the Mind.
A Treatise on psychology from the mystic an magical stand-point. Its study will help the aspirant to make a detailed scientific analysis of his mind, and so learn to control it.
Khabs am Pekht.
A special instruction for the Promulgation of the Law. This is the first and most important duty of every Aspirant of whatever grade. It builds up in him the character and Karma which forms the Spine of Attainment.
The Equinox III, I, p. 171
The Book of Lies falsely so-called. Deals with many matters on all planes of the very highest importance. It is an official publication for Babes of the Abyss, but is recommended even to beginners as highly suggestive.
An account in poetic language of the struggle of the human and divine elements in the consciousness of man, giving their harmony following on the victory of the latter.
The Equinox VII, p. 117.
Liber CCCLXV vel CXX.
The Preliminary Invocation of the Goetia so-called, with a complete explanation of the barbarous names of evocation used therein, and the secret rubric of the ritual, by the Master Therion. This is the most potent invocation extant, and was used by the Master Himself in his attainment.
See Appendix IV of this book.
Liber TAU vel Kabbalae Truium Literarum sub figura CD.
A graphic interpretation of the Tarot on the plane of initiation.
The Equinox VII, p. 75.
A vel Armorum.
An instruction for the preparation of the Elemental Instruments.
The Equinox IV, p. 15.
Liber XXX AERUM vel Saeculi.
Being of the Angels of the Thirty Aethyrs, the Vision and the Voice. Besides being the classical account of the thirty Aethyrs and a model of all visions, the cries of the Angels should be regarded as accurate, and the doctrine of the function of the Great White Brotherhood understood as the foundation of the Aspiration of the Adept. The account of the Master of the Temple should in particular be taken as authentic.
The Equinox V, Special Supplement.
Os Abysmi vel Da'ath.
An instruction in a purely intellectual method of entering the Abyss.
The Equinox VII, p. 77.
A dictionary of Hebrew words arranged according to their numerical value. This is an Encyclopaedia of the Holy Qabalah, which is a Map of the Universe, and enables man to attain Perfect Understanding.
The Equinox VIII, Special Supplement.
A complete Treatise on Astrology.
This is the only text book on astrology composed on scientific lines by classifying observed facts instead of deducting from a priori theories.
Liber DCCLXXVII. (777).
Vel Prolegomena Symbolica Ad Systemam Sceptico-Mysticae Viae Explicandae, Fundamentum Hieroglyphicorum sanctissimorum Scientae Summae.
A complete Dictionary of the Correspondences of all magical elements, reprinted with extensive additions, making it the only standard comprehensive book of reference ever published. It is to the language of Occultism what Webster or Murray is to the English Language.
The reprint with additions will shortly be published.
Specially adapted to the task of Attainment of Control of the Body of Light, development of Intuition and Hathayoga.
The Equinox IX, p. 17.
An account of the Hexagram and the method of reducing it to the Unity, and Beyond.
Liber IOD, formerly called VESTA.
An instruction giving three methods of reducing the manifold consciousness to the Unity.
Adapted to facilitate the task of the Attainment of Raja-Yoga and of the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel.
The Equinox VII, p. 101.
The Law of Liberty. This is a further explanation of the Book of the Law in reference to certain Ethical problems.
The Equinox XI (vol. III, No. 1), p. 45.
Liber Viarum Viae.
A graphical account of magical powers classified under the Tarot Trumps.
The Equinox VII, p. 101.
Liber Viae Memoriae.
Gives methods for attaining the magical memory, or memory of past lives, and an insight into the function of the Aspirant in this present life.
The Equinox VII, p. 105.
An elaborate study of the psychological effects produced by Anhalonium Lewinii (Mescal Buttons), compiled from the actual records of some hundreds of experiments.
The Treasure House of Images.
A superb collection of Litanies appropriate to the Signs of the Zodiac.
The Equinox III, Supplement.
A Note on Genesis.
A model of Qabalistic ratiocination. Specially adapted to Gana Yoga.
The Greek Qabalah.
A complete dictionary of all sacred and important words and phrases given in the Books of the Gnosis and other important writings both in the Greek and the Coptic.
Unpublished. [Not extant.]
 The ten bulky "numbers" of The Equinox volume II were neither written nor were they ever intended to be written. Crowley refers to them as "a volume of Silence". Silence is the formula of Harpocrates, and Silence alternates with that of Speech, the Outpouring, the formula of Ra-Hoor-Khuit, the Twin aspects of Horus.
 "The Magician, Oliver Haddo, was Aleister Crowley; his house 'Skene' was Boleskine. The hero's witty remarks were, many of them, my own." The Confessions
 Book Four was designed in four parts, two of which were published separately in 1911 and 1912. Part three, entitled Magick in Theory and Practice, appeared in 1929. Part four was intended to be the text of The Book of the Law with Crowley's final comment on it. He wrote several comments, none of which satisfied him. In 1936 he published The Book of the Law with another and short comment under the title of The Equinox of the Gods; it was not, however, described as Book Four (part four). It forms instead part of The Equinox series, being number three of volume III.
 "Liber XXV" is chapter XXV in The Book of Lies, 1913. Twenty-five is the square of five, the number of the Pentagram.
 In the Theosophical system. See The Secret Doctrine, 1888, by H. P. Blavatsky.
 "Liber XXXVI" is chapter XXXVI in The Book of Lies. Thirty-six is the square of six, the number of the Hexagram.
 "Liber XLIV" is chapter XLIV in The Book of Lies. Forty-four is the number of blood, which forms the basis of this rite — the Mass of the Phoenix.
 Liber LXXVIII was expanded into The Book of Thoth, 1944
 The "full commentary" on The Book of the Law is still unpublished. In 1936 Crowley published a condensed version in The Equinox of the Gods.
 The Magician exalts and expands his consciousness by several means. That referred to here, the ecstatic vibration of barbarous names — usually corruptions of Gnostic or Egyptian god-names — is extended to the use of composite words, such as BATRACHOPHRENOBOOCOSMOMACHIA. Crowley gives this as the title of Liber 536 which is an account of the expansion of individual consciousness to infinity. This practice of vibrating the barbarous names forms an important part of magic.
 Crowley had forgotten that this essay had appeared as an article in The International, the magazine which he edited in New York in 1917.
 This became The Equinox of the Gods, 1936.
 The Neptune Press, 1949.
 Greatly Honoured.
 Liber 888 was incorporated in a long essay entitled "The Gospel according to Saint Bernard Shaw," unpublished.