Aleister Crowley once stated: "I was not content to believe in a personal Devil and serve him, in the ordinary sense of the word. I wanted to get hold of him personally and become his chief of staff." In April of 1904 while in Cairo, Egypt, Crowley achieved that goal. On three successive days, the Book of the Law was dictated to him by an entity who called himself Aiwass, a spirit passionately identified by Crowley as his own "Holy Guardian Angel," and "'The Devil' Satan." This book declares the gospel of Thelema (Greek for "Will"), whose central message is "Do what thou Wilt shall be the whole of the Law." The Book of the Law is the basis of the New Aeon of the Crowned and Conquering Child, wherein "every man and woman is a star."
Supplemented with additional material by Crowley, this special edition of the Book of the Law is designed specifically for use on the altars of those Satanists who accept the Law of Thelema. The editor, Frater V.I.M, has included an introduction discussing Aleister Crowley's Satanism as well as a Satanic Mass incorporating Thelemic principles. As a bonus, 20 lined pages for the reader's own ritual notes are provided.