Book of Lies
The Book of Lies is a witty, instructive and admirable collection of paradoxes; however, it is not a philosophical or mystical treatise. Actually, its subtleties exhilarate. To endeavour to translate into definite terms Crowley's aphorisms would detract from the value of the book.It is wiser for the readers to make their own interpretation. Most of the 93 chapters have very deep Qabalistic significance, including a revised version of the ritual of the pentagram.