Book is in near fine condition with very light rubbing to dust jacket edges. Book has some very light shelf-wear and owners stamp on front free endpaper. Overall rarely seen in this beautiful condition.
First printing Llewellyn edition 1973, 522 pages
Magick Without Tears is a personal encyclopedia of magickal instruction, annotated by experience and explained in unguarded language. Crowley covers: how to use the Qabalah as a tool rather than merely as a system of reference; the symbols of magick; etymology and its philosophy; the three major schools of magick–white, black and yellow–their approach to life and use of power; hints for meditation and astral projection; the I Ching; The Book of the Law; the Tarot; Astrology; the importance of talismans, lamens and pentacles; how to distinguish prophecy from coincidence; etc.