The 1980s and early 1990s were the heyday of the practice of gematria, among English occultists. Letters become numbers, words become larger numbers and numbers have meanings, which cross reference and cross-identify. At the forefront of this work was Jake Stratton-Kent, and this 1994 work is an epitome: he did a gematria-analysis of Crowley's magnum opus, The Book of the Law / Liber aL. Stratton-Kent's English qaballah, here applied to a formative text.


Dorset: Kiblah Publishing, 1994. Hand-numbered First Edition limited to 220 copies of which this is number 166.


The Book of the Law and its Qaballa: edited and introduced by Jake Stratton-Kent. 29.6 x 21 cms. 145 pp. Publisher's original paperback, bound in textured blue card wraps. titled and decorated in gilt to front cover. Very minor bumping to head and tail of spine and corners. A couple of very minor markings to front cover. Internally clean with some very minor browning to page edges. A very good, tight, solid copy.


The Book of the Law and its Qaballa