Magick Without Tears. Table of Contents Note: This hypertext edition of Magick Without Tears is based on a plaintext edition entered in 1988 by Bill Heidrick from the 1954 first edition, with a foreword by the original editor Karl J.
Germer. The current (New Falcon) paper edition of this work was substantially abridged by editor F.I. Regardie. Omissions by Germer from the original letters have not been restored. Footnotes indicated by *, †, ‡, etc. by either Crowley or Germer. In the interests of readability, when converting the plaintext to HTML I made no attempt to retain the line breaks and pagination from the paper edition. Magic without Tears November 13, 1988 e.v. key entry and first proof by Bill Heidrick T.G.
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These are the adorations to be performed by aspirants to the A.·. A.·. Let him greet the Sun at dawn, facing East, giving the sign of his grade. And let him say in a loud voice: Hail unto Thee who art Ra in Thy rising, even unto Thee who art Ra in Thy strength, who travellest over the Heavens in Thy bark at the Uprising of the Sun.
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