Commentary (ΛΘ) on ΚΕΦΑΛΗ ΛΘ The Looby in Liber CCCXXXIII, The Book of Lies by Aleister Crowley.

“The word Looby occurs in folklore, and was supposed to be the author, at the time of writing this book, which he did when he was far from any standard works of reference, to connote partly ‘booby’, partly ‘lout’. It would thus be a similar word to ‘Parsifal’.” [via]