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The Poetry of Grady Louis McMurtry by Grady Louis McMurtryvol. 1
Mystery of Mystery: A Primer of Thelemic Ecclesiastical Gnosticism by Aleister Crowleyvol. 2
Friends & Acquaintances of Aleister Crowley by J. Edward Corneliusvol. 3
The Aleister Crowley Desk Reference by J. Edward Corneliusvol. 4
Red Flame No. 5: Yi King - A Beastly Book of Changes by J. Edward Corneliusvol. 5
Yi King: A Beastly Book of Changes by Aleister Crowleyvol. 5
The Foolish Issue by Aleister Crowleyvol. 6
The Foolish Issue by J. Edward Corneliusvol. 6
The Magickal Essence of Aleister Crowley by J. Edward Cornelius [ Jerry Cornelius ]vol. 7
Red Flame No. 8: Liber AL vel Legis by J. Edward Corneliusvol. 8
Red Flame No. 9: Aleister Crowley in the Public's Eye by J. Edward & Marlene Corneliusvol. 9
Jane Wolfe Her Life With Aleister Crowley Part 1 (A Thelemic Research Journal, Volume 10) by Phyllis Secklervol. 10
Jane Wolfe Her Life With Aleister Crowley Part 2 (A Thelemic Research Journal, Volume 11) by Phyllis Secklervol. 11
In the Name of the Beast: A Biography of Grady Louis McMurtry, a disciple of Aleister Edward Crowley: Volume One--1918-1 by J. Edward Corneliusvol 12
In the Name of the Beast: A Biography of Grady Louis McMurtry, a disciple of Aleister Edward Crowley: Volume Two--1962-1 by J. Edward Corneliusvol. 13

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  7. To Perfect This Feast: The Gnostic Mass: Revised Second Edition by James Wasserman (2013)
  8. Amrita: Essays in Magical Rejuvenation by Aleister Crowley (1990)
  9. Little Essays Toward Truth by Aleister Crowley (1938)
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A Thelemic Research Journal


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