“Magick is the science and art of causing change to occur in conformity with will.”


Considered by many to be the most influential book on ceremonial magic written in the twentieth century, 'Magick' was written especially for beginners and contains a number of essays on various fundamental magical formulae, as well as a study of the essential components of ritual and general practices. The original was privately printed in 1929 after Crowley failed to find a publisher in London, and has since become a much-loved, classic text from 'The Beast'.


Magick in Theory and Practice: The Master Therion (Aleister Crowley). United States, Castle Books, 1991. 4to. 436 pp. Bound in publisher's original plum cloth, titled in gilt to spine. Minor bumping to head and base of spine, in bright example of the dustwrapper. Untrimmed page edges. Internally very clean. A very good, solid copy of one of Crowley's most recognisable works.

Magick in Theory and Practice - Aleister Crowley