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THE publications of the A.'. A.'. divide themselves intofour classes.
Class "A" consists of books of which may be changed notso much as the
style of a letter: that is, they represent the utteranceof an Adept entirely
beyond the criticism of even the Visible Head of theOrganization.
Class "B" consists of books or essays which are the resultof ordinary
scholarship, enlightened and earnest.
Class "C" consists of matter which is to be regardedrather as suggestive
than anything else.
Class "D" consists of the Official Rituals and Instructions.
Some publications are composite, and pertain to morethan one class.


LIBER I. --- "Liber V Vel Magi."
This is an account of the Grade of Magus, the highestgrade which it is
ever possible to manifest in any way whatever upon thisplane. Or so it is
said by the Masters of the Temple.

LIBER VII. --- "Liber Liberi Vel Lapidis Lazvli, AdvmbratioKabbalae
AEgyptiorvm Svb Figvra VII," being the Voluntary Emancipationof a certain
Exempt Adept from his Adeptship. These are the BirthWords of a Master of the
The nature of this book is sufficiently explained byits title. Its seven
chapters are referred to the seven planets in the followingorder: Mars,
Saturn, Jupiter, Sol, Mercury, Luna, Venus.

LIBER X. "Liber Porta Lucis."
This book is an account of the sending forth of the Masterby the A.'. A.'.
and an explanation of his mission.

LIBER XXVII. --- "Liber Trigrammaton," being a book ofTrigrams of the
Mutations of the TAO with the YIN and the YANG.
An account of the cosmic process: corresponding to thestanzas of Dzyan in
another system.

LIBER LXV. --- "Liber Cordis cincti serpente."
An account of the relations of the Aspirant with hisHoly Guardian Angel.
This book is given to Probationers, as the attainmentof the Knowledge and
Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel is the Crownof the Outer College.
Similarly Liber VII is given to Neophytes, as the gradeof Master of the
Temple is the next resting-place, and Liber CCXX to Zelator,since that
carries him to the highest of all possible grades. LiberXXVII is given to
the Practicus, as in this book is the ultimate foundationof the highest
theoretical Qabalah, and Liber DCCCXIII to the Philosophus,as it is the
foundation of the highest practical Qabalah.

LIBER LXVI. --- "Liber Stellae Rubeae." A secret ritual,the Heart of IAO-
OAI, delivered unto V.V.V.V.V. for his use in a certainmatter of "Liber
Legis," and written down under the figure LXVI.
This book is sufficiently described by the title.

LIBER XC. --- "Liber TZADDI Vel Hamus Hermeticus Sub FiguraXC."
An account of Initiation, and an indication as to thosewho are suitable
for the same.

LIBER CLVI. --- "Liber Cheth Vel Vallum Abiegni Sub FiguraCLVI."
This book is a perfect account of the task of the ExemptAdept, considered
under the symbols of a particular plane, not the intellectual.

LIBER CCXX. --- "Liber L. Vel Legis Sub Figura CCXX asdelivered by LXXVIII
unto DCLXVI."
This book is the foundation of the New AEon, and thusof the whole of our

LIBER CCXXXI. --- "Liber Arcanorum GR:tau-omega-nu ATVtau-omicron-
tau-omega-nu QLIPHOTH cum suis Geniis. Adduntur Sigillaet Nomina Eorum."
This is an account of the cosmic process so far as itis indicated by the
Tarot Trumps.

LIBER CCCLXX. --- "Liber A'ASH Vel Capricorni PneumaticiSub Figura
Contains the true secret of all practical magick.

LIBER CD. --- "Liber TAV Vel Kabbalae Trium LiterarumSub Figura CD."
A graphic interpretation of the Tarot on the plane ofinitiation.

LIBER DCCCXIII. --- "Vel Ararita Sub Figura DLXX."
This book is an account of the Hexagram and the methodof reducing it to
the Unity, and Beyond.


"Liber CCCCXVIII. --- Liber XXX AERVM Vel Saeculi." Beingof the Angels of
the thirty AETHYRS, the Vision and the Voice.
Besides being the classical account of the thirty AEthyrsand a model of
all visions, the cries of the Angels should be regardedas accurate, and the
doctrine of the function of the Great White Brotherhoodunderstood as the
foundation of the Aspiration of the Adept. The accountof the Master of the
Temple should in particular be taken as authentic.
The instruction in the 8th AEthyr pertains to Class D,"i.e." it is an
Official Ritual, and the same remarks apply to the accountof the proper
method of invoking AEthyrs given in the 18th AEthyr.

CLASSES "A" and "B"

LIBER DCCCCLXIII. --- GR:Theta-Eta-Sigma-Alpha-Upsilon-Rho-Omicron-Upsilon
Only the short note pertains to Class A.


LIBER VI. --- "Liber O Vel Manus et Sagittae."
The instructions given in this book are too loose tofind place in the
Class D publications.
Instructions given for elementary study of the Qabalah,Assumption of God
forms, Vibration of Divine Names, the Rituals of Pentagramand Hexagram,
and their uses in production and invocation, a methodof attaining astral
visions so-called, and an instruction in the practicecalled Rising on the

LIBER IX. --- "Liber E Vel Exercitiorum."
This book instructs the aspirant in the necessity ofkeeping a record.
Suggests methods of testing physical clairvoyance. Givesinstruction in
Asana, Pranayama and Dharana, and advises the applicationof tests to the
physical body, in order that the student may thoroughlyunderstand his own

LIBER XXX. --- "Liber Librae."
An elementary course of morality suitable for the averageman.

This is an article on the Qabalah in the Temple of Solomonthe King,
"Equinox V."

LIBER LXI. ---"Liber Causae." The Preliminary Lection,including the
History Lection.
Explains the actual history of the origin of the presentmovement. Its
statements are accurate in the ordinary sense of theworld. The object of the
book is to discount Mythopoeia.

LIBER LXIV. --- "Liber Israfel," formerly called "Anubis."
An instruction in a suitable method of preaching.

A description of the Cards of the Tarot with their attributions,including
a method of divination by their use.

A brief abstraction of the Symbolic representation ofthe Universe derived
by Dr. John Dee through the Scrying of Sir Edward Kelly.Its publication is
at present incomplete.

LIBER XCVI. --- "Liber Gaias."
A Handbook of Geomancy. Gives a simple and fairly satisfactorysystem of

LIBER D. --- "Liber Sepher Sephiroth."
A dictionary of Hebrew words arranged according to theirnumerical value.

LIBER DXXXVI. --- GR:Beta-Alpha-Tau-Rho-Alpha-Chi-Omicron-Phi-Rho-Epsilon-
An instruction in expansion of the field of the mind.

LIBER DCCLXXVII. --- "Vel Prolegomena Symbolica Ad SystemamSceptico-
Mysticae Viae Explicandae, Fundamentum HieroglyphicumSanctissimorum Scientae
A tentative table of correspondences between variousreligious symbols.

LIBER DCCCLXVIII. --- "Liber Viarum Viae."
A graphic account of magical powers classified underthe Tarot trumps.

LIBER CMXIII. --- "Liber Viae Memoriae." HB:Taw-Yod-Shin-Aleph-Resh-Bet
<<WEH NOTE: This is deliberately "Berashit" spelledbackwards.>>
Gives methods of attaining the magical memory or memoryof past lives, and
an insight into the function of the aspirant in thispresent life.


An account of A.'. A.'. first written in the languageof his period by the
Councillor Von Eckartshausen, and now revised and rewrittenin the Universal
An elementary suggestive account of the work of the Orderin its relation
to the average man. The preliminary paper of M.'. M.'.M.'. may be classed
with this.

LIBER XLI. --- "Thien TAO" (in Konx Om Pax).
An advanced study of Attainment by the method of equilibriumon the ethical

LIBER LV. --- "The Chymical Jousting of Brother Perardua."
An account of the Magical and Mystic Path in the languageof Alchemy.

LIBER LIX. --- "Across the Gulf."
A fantastic account of a previous incarnation. Its principalinterest is
that its story of the overthrowing of Isis by Osirismay help the reader to
understand the meaning of the overthrowing of Osirisby Horus in the present

LIBER LXVII. --- "The Sword of Song."
A critical study of v
arious philosophies. An account of Buddhism.

LIBER XCV. --- "The Wake World" (in Konx Om Pax).
A poetical allegory of the relations of the soul andthe Holy Guardian

LIBER CXLVIII. --- "The Soldier and the Hunchback."
An essay on the method of equilibrium on the intellectualplane.

LIBER CXCVII. --- "The High History of Good Sir Palamedesthe Saracen
Knight and of his following of the Questing Beast." Apoetic account of the
Great Work, and enumeration of many obstacles.

An exposition in poetic language of several of the waysof attainment and
the results obtained.

LIBER CCCXXXIII. --- "The Book of Lies falsely so-called."
This book deals with many matters on all planes of thevery highest
importance. It is an official publication for Babes ofthe Abyss, but is
recommended even to beginners as highly suggestive. ItsChapters XXV, XXXVI
and XLIV are in Class D.

LIBER CCCXXXV. --- "Adonis."
This gives an account in poetic language of the struggleof the human and
divine elements in the consciousness of man, giving theirharmony following
upon the victory of the latter.

LIBER CDLXXIV. --- "Liber Os Abysmi Vel DAATH."
An instruction in a purely intellectual method of enteringthe Abyss.

LIBER DCCCLX. --- "John St. John."
A model of what a magical record should be, so far asaccurate analysis and
fullness of description are concerned.

LIBER MMCMXI. --- "A Note on Genesis."
A model of Qabalistic ratiocination.


LIBER III. --- "Liber Jugorum."
An instruction for the control of speech, action andthought.


LIBER XI. --- "Liber N V."
An instruction for attaining Nuit.

LIBER XIII. --- "Graduum Montis Abiegni."
An account of the task of the Aspirant from Probationerto Adept.

LIBER XVI. --- "Liber Turris Vel Domus Dei."
An instruction for attainment by the direct destructionof thoughts as they
arise in the mind.

LIBER XVII. --- "Liber I A O."
Gives three methods of attainment through a willed seriesof thoughts.
This book has not been published. It is the active formof Liber H H H.
The article "Energized Enthusiasm" is an adumbrationof this book.

This is the chapter called the "Star Rubby" in the "Bookof Lies." It is
an improved form of the "lesser" ritual of the Pentagram.

LIBER XXVIII. --- "Liber Septem Regum Sanctorum."
Has not been published. It is a ritual of Initiationbestowed on certain
selected Probationers.

LIBER XXXVI. --- "The Star Sapphire."
Is Chapter XXXVI of the "Book of Lies," giving an improvedritual of the

LIBER XLIV. -- "The Mass of the Phoenix."
This is Chapter XLIV of the "Book of Lies." An instructionin a simple and
exoteric form of Eucharist.

LIBER C. --- "Liber" Koph-Pehfinal
Has not been, and at present will not be, published.

LIBER CXX. --- "Liber Cadaveris."
The Ritual of Initiation of a Zelator.

LIBER CLXXV. --- "Astarte Vel Liber Berylli."
An instruction in attainment by the method of devotion.

LIBER CLXXXV. --- "Liber Collegii Sancti."
Being the tasks of the Grades and their Oaths properto Liber XIII. This
is the official Paper of the various grades. It includesthe Task and Oath of
a Probationer.

LIBER CC. --- "Resh Vel Helios."
An instruction for adorations of the Sun four times daily,with the object
of composing the mind to meditation and of regularizingthe practices.

LIBER CCVI. --- "Liber R V Vel Spiritus."
Full instruction in Pranayama.

LIBER CCCLXI. --- "Liber H H H."
Gives three methods of attainment through a willed seriesof thoughts.

LIBER CCCCXII. --- "A Vel Armorum."
An instruction for the preparation of the Elemental Instruments.

LIBER CDLI. --- "Liber Siloam."
Not yet published. A direct method of inducing trance.

LIBER DLV. --- "Liber H A D."
An instruction for attaining Hadit.

LIBER DCLXXI. --- "Liber Pyramidos."
The ritual of the initiation of a Neophyte. It includessub-rituals
numbered from 672 to 676.

LIBER DCCCXXXI. --- "Liber I O D," formerly called "VESTA."
An instruction giving three methods of reducing the manifoldconsciousness
to the Unity.

LIBER . --- "Liber Collegii Interni."
Not yet published.


I. I is the number of the Magus in the Tarot.
III. Refers to the threefold method given, and to theTriangle as a
binding force.
VII. Refers to the 7 chapters, and to the fact that thenumber 7 is
peculiarly suitable to the subject of the Book.
VIII. The Tarot card numbered 8, the Charioteer, thebearer of the Holy
Graal, represents the Holy Guardian Angel.
IX. Refers to Yesod. The foundation, because the elementarypractices
recommended in the book are the foundation of all thework.
X. Porta Lucis, the Gate of Light, is one of the titlesof Malkuth,
whose number is X.
XI. A concentration of the title N V, whose value is56, and 6 and 5 are
11. (See CCXX. I, i. and II, i.)
XIII. The number of Achad = Unity, and the title is perhapsintended to
show that all paths of attainment are essential.
XVI. The key of the Tarot numbered XVI is the LightningStruck Tower.
XVII. I A O adds up to 17.
XXV. The square of 5, this being a ritual of the Pentagram.
XXVII. The number of permutations of 3 things taken 3at a time, and (of
course) the cube of 3.

XXX. 30 is the letter Lamed, which is Justice in theTarot, referred to
XXXIII. This number was given on Masonic grounds.
XXXVI. The square of 6, this book being the ritual ofthe Hexagram.
XLIV. From Dalet-Memfinal blood, because blood is sacrificed,also
because the God Adored is Horus, who gave 44 as his special
number. See "Equinox VII," 376.
LV. The mystic number of Malkuth and of Nun-Heh ornament;a number
generally suitable to the subject of the book.
LVIII. Chet-Nunfinal Grace, a secret title of the Qabalah.See Sepher
LXI. See Sepher Sephiroth. The allusion is to the factthat this book
forms an introduction to the series.
LXIV. A number of Mercury.
LXV. The number of Adonai.
LXVI. The sum of the first 11 numbers. This book relatesto Magic, whose
Key is 11.
LXVII. The number of Zain-Yod-Nunfinal a sword.
LXXVIII. The number of cards in the Tarot pack
LXXXIV. Enumeration of the name Enoch.
XC. Tzaddi means a fish-hook. "I will make you fishersof men."
XCV. The number of Mem-Lamed-Koph-Heh "queen," attributedto Malkuth.

XCVI. The total number of points in the 16 figures.
C. Enumeration of the letter Kappa spelt in full. GR:Kappaand
GR:Phi are the initials of magical instruments referredto in
the text.
CXX. See Rosicrucian Symbolism.
CXLVIII. Mem-Aleph-Zain-Nun-Yod-Mem-final The Balances.
CLVI. Babalon, to whom the book refers. See Sepher Sephiroth.
CLXXV. The number of Venus or Astarte.
CXCVII. Number of Z O O N, "Beast."
CC. The number of HB:Resh the Sun.
CCVI. The number of R V, referred to in the text.
CCXX. The number of the Verses in the three chaptersof the Book. It
has, however, an enormous amount of symbolism; in particularit
combines the 10 Sephiroths and 22 Paths; 78 is
Aleph-Yod-Vau-Aleph-Samekh . For 666 vide Sepher Sephiroth.
CCXXXI. Sum of the numbers [0 + 1 + ..... + 20 + 21]printed on the Tarot
CCXLII. "Aha!" spelt in full.
CCCXXXIII. The number of Choronzon.
CCCXXXV. The Numeration of Adonis in Greek.
CCCXLI. The Sum of the 3 Mothers of the Alphabet.
CCCLXX. Ayin-Shin Creation.
CD. From the large Tau HB:Taw in the diagram.
CDXII. Numeration of Bet-Yod-Taw Beth, the letter ofthe Magus of the
Tarot, whose weapons are here described.

CDXVIII. Vide Sepher Sephiroth. Used for this book becausethe final
revelation is the Lord of the AEon.
CDLI. The number of Shin-Yod-Lamed-Ayin-Aleph-MemfinalSiloam.
CDLXXIV. The number of Daath.
D. The number of omicron alpha-rho-iota-theta-mu-omicron-sigma
the Greek word for Number.
DXXXVI. The number of the Mem-Samekh-Lamed-Vau-Taw thesphere of the
Fixed Stars.
DLV. H a d fully expanded; thus Heh-Heh , Aleph-Lamed-Pehfinal,
Dalet-Lamed-Taw; compare 11 where N u is fully contracted.
DCLXXI. From Taw-Resh-Ayin-Aleph, the Gate, and the spellingin full of
the name Adonai.
DCCLXXVII. See Sepher Sephiroth.
DCCCVIII. The number of the name Nun-Chet-Shin-Taw-Nunfinal.
DCCCXI. The number of I A O in Greek.
DCCCXIII. See Sepher Sephiroth.
DCCCXXXI. GR:Phi-alpha-lambda-lambda-omicron-sigma.
DCCCLX. The number of 'GR:Iota-omega-nu "John."
DCCCLXVIII. Nun-Taw-Yod-Bet-Vau-Taw Paths.
CMXIII. Berashith, the Beginning, spelt backwards inthe title to
illustrate the development of the magical memory.
CMLXIII. Achad spelt fully; see Sepher Sephiroth.
MMDCDXI. Berashith spelt with Capital B as in Genesisi. 1.

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