Egyptian Magic in Egyptian Magic by Florence Farr.
“Let thy ways be made wide for me to traverse the earth and the expanse of Heaven. Shine Thou upon me, O penetrating power, as I draw near to the Divine words my ears shall hear in the Abodes of the West. Let no pollution of that which brought me forth be upon me. Deliver me, protect me from him who closeth His Eyes at twilight and bringeth to an end in darkness. (The annihilator.)” [via]
Epilogue from the Amphora, or Hail Mary in The Libri of Aleister Crowley
“TRANSCEND, O Mage, thy soul redeemed!
Her mercy shone where sorrow steamed.
Exalted in the skies of even
Virtue hath cleared thy way to Heaven.” [via]
α Apologia from the Book of Wisdom or Folly in The Libri of Aleister Crowley
“I strive strongly with my Spirit that by my Wisdom I may make plain thy Way before thee” [via]