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Night of Pan Books

Night of Pan Books

Night of Pan Books

The Strangest Person I have Ever Known: Aleister Crowley by Hereward Carrington. Edited and annotated by Michael Kolson : $10 : http://bit.ly/jQDBZF

A wonderful first hand account of Aleister Crowley during his New York City period (1914-1919). In addition there is a rare first hand account of Crowley’s soon to be Scarlet Woman, Leah Hirsig.

Carrington was a prolific writer on occult and psychic studies and he here provides a wonderful and warm look at Crowley.

We’re pleased to feature this recent offering from Night of Pan Books, an occult bookseller with particular specialty in books by and about Aleister Crowley.

Also check out Night Of Pan’s other offerings, listed in their recent Catalog #36, where you’ll find a number of rare and hard-to-find editions of Aleister Crowley’s works, and even first editions. also included are new books by and about Aleister Crowley.

The Occult Review / London Forum 1922-1940 : $12K

Occult Review 1922-1940

The Occult Review / London Forum 1922-1940 : $12K

The Occult Review / The London Forum (from July 1922-1940, some missing items) : $12,000 : http://bit.ly/ihnhOC

Includes work by Aleister Crowley; Dion Fortune; Frater Achad; Israel Regardie; Arthur Edward Waite; Aldous Huxley; Ethel Archer; Edward Maitland; Florence Farr; J.F.C. Fuller; Michael Juste; Meredith Starr; Algernon Blackwood; W.B. Crow; William Kingsland; Annie Besant; Meher Baba; Alan W. Watts; Paul Brunton; Charles King; Lewis Spence; Leo French; Edith K. Harper; H. Stanley Redgrove; E.J. Langford Garstin; Sylvan J. Muldoon; Upton Sinclair.

Missing items are:

  • 1922 January, June
  • 1927 January, June
  • 1938 October
  • 1939 January