Foreword by Lon Milo DuQuette
Introduction by David Cherubim
Afterword by Nancy Wasserman
The Treasure House of Images was composed by Captain, later Major General J. F. C. Fuller, one of Aleister Crowley’s most important disciples and a leading military theorist of the twentieth century. Fuller was the author of The Star in the West and a principal editor of The Equinox. The Treasure House of Images is an exquisite work, containing hymns to the signs of the Zodiac and the Sun. In Crowley’s Confessions, he described it as some of the most remarkable prose ever written and an astonishing achievement in symbolism.
This edition is enhanced by contributions from a number of modern magical writers including David Cherubim, whose introduction places the work in its historical context and discusses its symbolism and use as a manual of Pathworking. Nancy Wasserman offers an expanded Afterword with practical suggestions for Pathworking and Astral travel. We have also included Crowley’s masterpiece, Liber O vel Manus et Sagittae, in which specifics for developing the Body of Light are detailed.
David Cherubim is a musician, magician and qabalist. He is the head of the Thelemic Order of the Golden Dawn and the author of the Diary of the Antichrist. Lon Milo DuQuette is a ceremonial magician and songwriter, and the author of many books on Magick, Tarot, Qabalah and Divination. Nancy Wasserman is an artist and occultist, and the author of The Weiser Concise Guide to Yoga for Magick.
5.5 x 8.5 • Illustrated
Paperback: 144 Pages
Aleister Crowley , once referred to as 'The Wickedest Man Alive' in the press, has, since his death, come to be recognized as the pioneer and father figure of the so called 'Magick Revival', the 'Free Love' spirit of the 60's, as well as inspiring countless modern practitioners of the so called Spiritual Revolution.