London, Neptune Press, 2004.
Octavo, 316 pages with 22 illustrations (from photographs).
Papered boards lightly marked; an excellent copy with the fine dustwrapper.
Signed on the title page by the author. '"Progradior" was the "magical name" of Frank Bennett (1868-1930), one time disciple of Aleister Crowley'. He migrated to Australia in 1911 and 'strove to promote Crowley's teachings' (dustwrapper blurb). Offered with a companion volume edited by Keith Richmond: 'The Progradior Correspondence. Letters by Aleister Crowley, Frank Bennett, C.S. Jones, and others'. York Beach, The Teitan Press, 2009. Octavo, xii, 146 pages plus a portrait frontispiece. Cloth; a fine copy with the fine dustwrapper. A large 'Weiser Antiquarian Books' bookplate signed by Keith Richmond is mounted on the half-title. [2 items].