Hardcover. 8vo. xviii + 390pp. Blue cloth with silver title etc. to spine. Frontis portrait, Index. Edition limited to 777 numbered copies. Phyllis Seckler (1917-2004) was introduced to the teachings of Aleister Crowley in the late 1930s and became a regular participant in the activities of Agape Lodge of the Ordo Templi Orientis in California, and rose to become a Ninth Degree member of the "Sovereign Sanctuary of the Gnosis." She was admitted to the A.'. A.'., eventually taking the "magical name" Soror Meral and was later confirmed as an Adeptus Minor by Crowley's successor, Karl Germer. Seckler was a key figure in the reinauguration of the O.T.O. in 1969, and a few years later she founded the College of Thelema, with the intention that it would provide background training for aspirants to the A.'. A.'. Although not as widely known as some of her contemporaries, Seckler played a crucial role in the history of Thelema, not only through her efforts to explore and revive Crowley's creed, but also by training a new generation of its students. " This book is edited by three of Phyllis Seckler's former students: Rorac Johnson, Gregory Peters & David Shoemaker & includes a biographical sketch of Phyllis Seckler drawn from her own writings, and 2 of her most important essays: "The Tarot Trumps of Thoth and Psychology" - a detailed analysis of the psychological and magical symbolism of the Trumps of the Thoth deck - and "Thoth Tarot and Astrology," a study of astrology and the natal chart, with special reference to the cards of the Thoth deck. Both presented for the first time in book form, accompanied by redrawn and corrected diagrams. Also contains a selection of important correspondence between Seckler, Aleister Crowley, Karl Germer and Jane Wolfe. These are followed by a transcript of the last major interview conducted with Phyllis Seckler.
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