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Magickal name of Charles Stansfeld Jones (1886-1950). In his book Liber 31 he revealed previously unknown keys to understanding Aleister Crowley’s seminal Book of the Law. Crowley was so impressed he acknowledged Jones as his “magical son,” changed the “technical” name of the Book of the Law from Liber Legis to Liber Al vel Legis, and wrote Liber Aleph for him. Unfortunately, Jones created a version of the Tree of Life that reversed the order of the Tarot and also claimed higher spiritual advancement than Crowley. As a result, Crowley disowned him.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Jilly Shipway, author of Yoga Through the Year and the forthcoming Yoga by the Stars (December 2020, and available for pre-order in May!).
During the uncertainty of the current COVID-19 crisis,...