Item #30248 The Equinox Vol. I, No. 3. The Review of Scientific Illuminism. Aleister Crowley.
The Equinox Vol. I, No. 3. The Review of Scientific Illuminism
The Equinox Vol. I, No. 3. The Review of Scientific Illuminism
The Equinox Vol. I, No. 3. The Review of Scientific Illuminism
The Equinox Vol. I, No. 3. The Review of Scientific Illuminism
The Equinox Vol. I, No. 3. The Review of Scientific Illuminism
The Equinox Vol. I, No. 3. The Review of Scientific Illuminism
The Equinox Vol. I, No. 3. The Review of Scientific Illuminism
The Equinox Vol. I, No. 3. The Review of Scientific Illuminism

The Equinox Vol. I, No. 3. The Review of Scientific Illuminism

London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Co., 1910. First edition. Large 8vo, xviii + 332 + 76 (supplement) + [vii] (ads) pp, bound in illustrated paper over boards backed in cloth, with a printed spine label. No dust jacket as issued. One of a limited edition of 1000 copies.

"So I found that the format of The Equinox shocked the bookseller; worse still, it was not a book, being issued periodically, nor a magazine, being to big and well produced!" - Aleister Crowley, Confessions, p. 606.

"With the publication of this REVIEW begins a completely new adventure in the history of mankind." -Crowley, from the foreword of Number 1.

The third issue of the original incarnation of the Equinox, one of the most remarkable periodicals of the 20th century.This issue is infamous for having been briefly held up due to MacGregor-Mathers' injunction against its release, which led to the cancel sheet found here briefly noting the court proceedings. This issue included Aleister Crowley's translations of Baudelaire's poems on Hashish, as well as his text Aha!, and contributions by Victor Neuberg, Arthur F. Kimble, George Rafflovich, and A. Quiller, Jr.

As appendix appears Liber DCCCCLXIII, The Treasure House of Images.

Due to the bulk of the periodical and the board bindings, issues of the Equinox are quite fragile, and are often found with broken bindings. This is an intact, very good, complete copy, showing some old tape ghosts to the head and crown of spine, darkening to the spine and wear to the spine label, and addition minor chipping and wear, with some minor chipping to the cancel sheet which protrudes past the fore edge, but with the binding completely intact - a very good example. Item #30248

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