"The madness of the living is a thing so abominable and fearful as to chill every human heart with horror; it is less than nothing in comparison with the madness of the dead!"
The author and editor Frank Harris, who was one of the best friends of Oscar Wilde, once said that "The Testament of Magdalen Blair" was the most terrifying tale ever written. And he was right.
In this scary tale, originally published in 1913, Aleister Crowley tells the story about a young English woman who found out having psychic powers of reading minds and thoughts. But soon she will discover that this gift is not a blessing, but a curse. When her husband became seriously ill, she will follow the struggle of his mind against dark forces that would try to dominate his whole being.
With notes and illustrated