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Aleister Crowley The Book Of Lies

Written by:
Geoffrey Giuliano
Narrated by:
Geoffrey Giuliano

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
September 2023
2 hours 52 minutes
'The Book of Lies' is a work of occult and mystical literature written by English author and occultist Aleister Crowley. Published in 1913, it is considered one of Crowley's most enigmatic and cryptic works, reflecting his deep interest in esotericism, mysticism, and the occult.
The book is structured in a way that reflects its title, as it is filled with falsehoods, deceptions, and paradoxes, all designed to challenge the reader's perception of reality and truth. It's not a traditional narrative or straightforward text; instead, it is a collection of short chapters and verses that touch upon various esoteric and philosophical topics. Throughout the book, Crowley explores concepts related to mysticism, symbolism, and spirituality, often blending elements of Eastern and Western traditions to create a complex and multi-layered tapestry of ideas.
'The Book of Lies' is a challenging and thought-provoking work that invites readers to question their beliefs and embrace a more open and flexible perspective on reality. It is often regarded as a key text within Crowley's body of work and has been influential in the development of modern occult and spiritual movements. The book's intricate and sometimes puzzling content continues to fascinate and intrigue those interested in the mystical and the arcane.
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