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Moon-Wane and Other Poems : $10

Night of Pan Books

Night of Pan Books

Moon-Wane and Other Poems : $10

Night of Pan Books has published a new 20pp pamphlet, printed on heavy card stock with original art by August Lascola.

This collection of three poems was published by Crowley in 1922 e.v. One of the three poems was also published under a different title is Olla. These poems have not been published anywhere else.

Details from Michael Kolson, proprietor of Night of Pan Books:

Ordering details:

  • Orders within the US add $3.00 for shipping
  • Canada add $5.00 for shipping
  • Elsewhere add $7.00 for shipping
  • Washington State residents please add 9.5% sales tax.

If you would like to order multiple copies please let me know and I will calculate the shipping for you.

Payments can be made by Paypal to:

Or check or money order, made payable to “Michael Kolson” and sent to:

Night of Pan Books
719 Highland
Seattle WA 98109

Dealer inquiries welcome.

Liber AL, Illuminated by Susan Jameson

Liber AL vel Legis: The Book of the Law, illuminated by Susan Jameson

Liber AL vel Legis: The Book of the Law, illuminated by Susan Jameson

The Book of the Law, illuminated by Susan Jameson : $444.75 :

This certainly one of the most impressive editions of The Book of the Law/ Liber Al vel Legis, ever published. The transcribed chapters of the Book of the Law have an elaborate illuminated border drawn on each page by artist Susan E. Jameson, around the text in full colour. Each page has a different illuminated border, with some striking art work, rich in symbolic content, and offering an initiated interpretation of the text. In addition to the illuminated text, there is a facsimile of Crowley’s original manuscript of Liber Al, in red ink, at the rear of the book. Unlike most editions of the Book of the Law, which are quite small, this has been published in a large format, with A4 sized pages, which makes it all the more impressive, with the stunning illuminated artwork, featuring on every single-sided page. This very rare edition of this important grimoire, would make a magnificent addition to any Thelemic or occult library. It is highly sought after, and becoming increasingly hard to find.

Neptune Press, London, 2004. First Edition Thus. Limited to 500 copies – hand numbered #247. Hardcover Very Good + No Jacket (as issued) Large 4to, green gilt titled cloth, title page printed in red & black, facsimile of Crowley’s writing of Liber Al in red ink at the rear of the book. Measures: 28.5 cm x 22 cm (11″ x 9″)

Thoth Tarot in stock at

Thoth Tarot by Aleister Crowley

Thoth Tarot: $15

Thoth Tarot : $15 :

Good news for those of you using Amazon Prime. now has the small U.S. Games Thoth Tarot deck in stock and is selling them for a very good price.

The magnificent Crowley Thoth Tarot Deck contains the kabbalistic and astrological attributions described in Aleister Crowley’s The Book Of Thoth. Small 80-card deck, including 3 versions of the Magus card, with instructions and bonus full-color spread sheet.

The Art of Aleister Crowley: $23

An Old Master: The Art of Aleister Crowley

An Old Master: The Art of Aleister Crowley: $23

An Old Master: The Art of Aleister Crowley : $23 :

This is the official catalogue for the largest exhibition of Aleister Crowley’s art to date, held in London in 1998 e.v.

A4 size, 32 pages, featuring 47 color illustrations of paintings and drawings by Aleister Crowley, with essays by Martin P. Starr and Karl Nierendorf.

Also available:

The Master Therion (Fine Art Print) : $60

Facsimile reproduction of the original 1918 e.v. self-portrait by Aleister Crowley, from a numbered limited edition of 666 prints.

Measures 35cm x 49cm (13.75″ x 19.25″), printed on heavy stock, shipped flat.

Peintures Inconnues d’Aleister Crowley: €19

Peintures Inconnues d'Aleister Crowley: la Collection de Palerme

Peintures Inconnues d'Aleister Crowley: €19

Peintures Inconnues : : €19

This French-language paperback has all 16 paintings from the Palermo Collection, recently discovered and exhibited in Paris. In addition to the 16 full-color pages, this includes writings of Marco Pasi, William Breeze, Giuseppe Di Liberti, Alessandra Sandrolini, and Kenneth Anger. We hasten to repeat, it’s in French.

Rough translation of the description on the back of the book:

Founder of a new religion, magician, poet, painter, Aleister Crowley (1875-1947) settled in the 1920s in Cefalù, where he founded the Abbey of Thelema. The series of paintings presented here, from an exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo, was discovered some years ago in a village near Cefalù. The exhibition expressed the importance of image and symbol in Occult. It includes studies of the Thoth Tarot, designed by Crowley twenty years later (1938 to 1942). Between visions and dreamlike hallucinations, a  psychotropic utopia of a primitive paradise, all of Crowley’s work has influenced the counter-culture and even pop music. The discovery of these paintings is the opportunity to examine the complexity of Crowley’s legacy.

La description originale en français:

Fondateur d’une nouvelle religion, magicien, poète, peintre, Aleister Crowley (1875-1947) s’installe dans les années 1920 à Cefalù, où il fonde son Abbaye de Théléma. La série de peintures présentées ici, objet d’une exposition au Palais de Tokyo, a été découverte il y a quelques années dans un village proche de Cefalù. Elle explicite l’importance de l’image et du symbole dans le domaine occulte. Son étude atteste entre autres de son lien avec le jeu de Thoth, tarot conçu par Crowley vingt ans plus tard (1938- 1942). Entre visions oniriques et hallucinations psychotropes, utopie d’un paradis primitif, l’ensemble de l’oeuvre de Crowley a influencé la contre-culture autant que la musique pop. La découverte de ces peintures est l’occasion d’interroger la complexité de cet héritage.