York Beach, Samuel Weiser, Inc., 1998 (first thus).
Large octavo, xiv, 452,  (advertisements) pages with 37 illustrations and tables.
Gilt-decorated cloth; edges and endpapers slightly marked, with some glue discolouration in the gutters (a production flaw); an excellent copy with the fine dustwrapper.
This work is 'the record of Aleister Crowley's exploration of the 30 AEthyrs of the Enochian system of magick developed by the Elizabethan magicians Dr John Dee and Edward Kelly. Crowley obtained these visions in Mexico in 1900, and in Algeria in 1909.... This new edition adds previously unpublished material, including new explanatory diagrams, illustrations designed by Crowley, and the actual Algerian diary record. Unlike other available editions of "The Vision and the Voice", this volume includes Crowley's extensive and illuminating commentary' (dustwrapper blurb).