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Invocation of Coffee from the diaries of Aleister Crowley and published in Liber DCCCLX, John St. John by Aleister Crowley, which book appears as a Special Supplement to The Equinox, Vol I No I.

“O coffee! By the mighty Name of Power do I invoke thee, consecrating thee to the Service of the Magic of Light. Let the pulsations of my heart be strong and regular and slow! Let my brain be wakeful and active in its supreme task of self-control! That my desired end may be effected through Thy strength, Adonai, unto Whom be the Glory for ever! Amen without lie, and Amen, and Amen of Amen.” [via]

Articles by Aleister Crowley

I’ve added Articles by Aleister Crowley, a new sub-section of The Libri of Aleister Crowley.

This section currently contains three articles that were published as a series by The London Sunday Dispatch from Jun 18th through Jul 2nd, 1933. I’ve seen these three articles mentioned before, and quoted from; but didn’t have them in the collection yet.

 

The “Worst Man in the World” Tells the Astounding Story of His Life
by Aleister Crowley
Poet, Artist, Mountaineer, and Magician
The London Sunday Dispatch, Jun 18th, 1933

I Make Myself Invisible
by Aleister Crowley
“The Worst Man in the World”
The London Sunday Dispatch, Jun 25th, 1933

Black Magic is Not a Myth
by Aleister Crowley
“The Worst Man in the World”
The London Sunday Dispatch, Jul 2nd, 1933

 

Anyone interested in offering volunteer effort to find and transcribe other items not in the collection, whether from periodicals or not, whether in this new section or another, feel free to Contact The Hermetic Library at Hermetic.com.

 

For other periodical articles by Aleister Crowley, see also other sections such as The Equinox, The International, Aleister Crowley in The Fatherland, Aleister Crowley in Vanity Fair.

“Aha! For the rapture that dazes! Wine-drained as the breast of a nun Droops the throat that my savage soul raises, Thirsting yet for the life that is done!” — Ethel Archer, The Vampire