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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Crowley Collection

I have just saw this. Sorry if this was already posted, but on the crowley collection they released items that they will bid off:From Crowleycollection.com

Willow Woods is pleased to present this first look at several items exclusive to our new collection, courtesy of the Wickedest Man in the World.

Please check this page regularly for updates, as we may have more surprises in store!

Item # 27
This carved oak arm chair once belonged to Aleister Crowley’s father, and resided in his childhood home of Warwickshire, England. It came into Crowley’s ownership in March of 1887, shortly after his father passed of tongue cancer.

Item # 218
Crowley’s writing table, with carved mouldings and top lined morocco. He is said to have completed the final manuscript of his infamous “Book of Law” atop its surface.

Item # 441
This old mahogany Pedestal, complete with Nubian decorated bust, was one of Crowley’s favorite household furnishings.

Item # 878
This invalid rising bed table was allegedly used as an “operating board” in several of Crowley’s animal sacrifices.

Item # 2002
A two by four foot crib with posts constructed of both iron and bras. It previously belonged to Crowley’s second legitimate child, Lola Zaza.

Item # 1434
Silvered, eight-day strike Hall Clock with brass mounted dial and oak casing – once situated in Crowley’s Abbey of Thelema in Cefalu, Sicily in 1920.

Item # P43
These electro-plated grape scissors were once used by Crowley to sever a Holy Bible, as witnessed by several acquaintances during his time at Trinity College, Cambridge.

Item # 13
The Tome of Eternity . It is considered the catalyst for Crowley’s admiration of the peculiar religion known as The Hymn of One.

All of these have pictures by them but they are unavailble to be seen, keep checking

From: http://blondefairy1975.wordpress.com/2008/08/13/the-tome-of-eternity/

So I went to the Willow Wood Auction Site and perused the catalog that has the Aliester Crowley items…

When I clicked on the image link for Item #13 (The Tomb of Eternity), you have to enter your registration code again and then THIS pops up:

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Working Translation of the Tomb of Eternity Part 1

'Been doing some research and so far what I’ve managed to figured out is that it’s a cross between Latin and Italian I think (I’m still translating) but I’ve done so far is this:'


milowent said...
it opens..."Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit,"



'Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into electronic typesetting, remaining essentially unchanged. It was popularised in the 1960s with the release of Letraset sheets containing Lorem Ipsum passages, and more recently with desktop publishing software like Aldus PageMaker including versions of Lorem Ipsum.'


  1. There's something weird about that... click the last one.

  2. They took it down, maybe due to the picture errors, sorry i didnt get a screen cap of it.

  3. lol. how'd you find this poknish? yet another domain name being paid for by EQAL!

  4. http://blondefairy1975.wordpress.com/

    There's nothing posted in the forums yet...

  5. I wish the pictures would come back! DARN!

  6. it opens..."Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit,"



  7. D'oh. Milo's right...it's dummy text. I'm so immersed in this stuff, I figured it was a clue!

  8. oh well, i was bored at the time... :)
    thanks guys for letting me know!

  9. So then it can't be translated...

    What was the point of putting it there then?

  10. Maybe a placeholder for something "coming soon"...? *puzzled look* We do, as a group, tend to find things a bit early at times, after all... :D

    Diane (aka chershaytoute)


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