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The Eye in the Triangle

The Eye in the Triangle

An Interpretation of Aleister Crowley


by Israel Regardie
introduced by Robert Anton Wilson
and Christopher S. Hyatt, Ph.D.

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Product Information: 480pgs

ISBN-10: 1-935150-94-4
ISBN-13: 978-1-935150-94-7

About the Book

Unlike the many "revisionist" biographies of Crowley which would have you believe that he was second cousin to some Christian saint, here is an objective biographical study of Crowley written by someone who lived and worked intimately with him. Dr. Regardie observed "The Great Beast" at close quarters while serving as his personal secretary and wrote The Eye in the Triangle many years later, after long contemplation. Regardie combines the psychological insight afforded by his professional training as a Reichian analyst with his grasp of Crowley's magical personality. First-rate!

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Editorial Reviews

'My own life contains the singular parallel of a relationship with a man of vast spiritual development, wisdom and humor who has influenced me since the day I met him. That great man, Israel Regardie, shall forever live in my heart and soul. I am eternally grateful that our friendship extended to the last day of his life.'
-- Christopher S. Hyatt, Ph.D., author of Undoing Yourself with Energized Meditation

'The best book on mysticism I've read in years.'
-- Alan Watts

'A masterpiece of exposition.'
-- Robert Anton Wilson

About the Author

Israel Regardie (1907-1985) was considered by many to be the last living Adept of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. At an early age, Regardie worked as Aleister Crowley's personal secretary. In addition to his extensive writings, Regardie practiced as a chiropractor and as a neo-Reichian therapist. He taught psychiatry at the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic and contributed articles to many psychology magazines.