Pyramidos- Self Initiation in the Aeon of Horus
Pyramidos is the latest book by DG Mattichak Jr. It is a detailed examination of one of the most important rituals in Aleister Crowley's unique system of ceremonial magick.
Pyramidos provides a comprehensive set of instructions for performing Ritual 671 and includes the complete text of many of the ceremonies that inspired it.
Pyramidos includes 15 illustrations and an extensive bibliography of references.
Leather Bound Limited Edition Pyramidos
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