The complete text and manuscript of Liber AL vel Legis, The Book of the Law, including the commentaries by Aleister Crowley, information about the Stele of Revealing, and Crowley elaborations of the book
Liber L vel Legis sub figurâ XXXI
Facsimile images in several sizes and transcription of the handwritten manuscript of The Book of the Law, received April 8, 9 & 10, 1904 by Aleister Crowley and Rose Kelly.
See also the text and MS pages as published in Equinox I x.
See also, without the transcription: AL (Liber Legis) The Book of the Law sub figurâ XXXI in the Libri of Aleister Crowley
Liber AL vel Legis, sub figurâ CCXX, as delivered by XCIII=418 to DCLXVI (1921)
The text of The Book of the Law, first published in 1909.
See also The Temple of Solomon the King in Equinox I vii.
Liber CCXX with both the Old and New Comments inline for easy reference.
An alternate version of Old and New Comments inline with Liber CCXX
An appendix with Qabalistic elucidation of The Book of the Law was mentioned in Crowley's New Comment, but appears to now be missing.
The Tunis Comment, also called The Short Comment or, simply, The Comment.
Read about the reception of the Book of the Law
Read further elaboration on the Book of the Law
And, Liber Aleph is an extended and elaborate commentary on “The Book of the Law”, in the form of a letter from the Master Therion to the son of mankind. Contains some of the deepest secrets of Initiation, with a clear solution of many cosmic and ethical problems.
Read the surprising story about the recovery of the missing original manuscript pages of Liber AL in Raiders of the Lost Basement
And there is much more available at the Libri of Aleister Crowley