Article on Jimmy Page’s Equinox Bookstore published a piece on Jimmy Page’s Equinox bookstore in London, drawing on a variety of resources including issue #37 of Behutet Magazine, a publication of Thelesis Lodge, a chartered Body of Ordo Templi Orientis U.S.A. located in the Valley of Philadelphia. The article begins:

“It was the Summer of 1974 and Jimmy Page had finally realised his passion project of opening a bookshop dedicated to occult books in London.

“The Equinox bookshop at 4 Holland Street, a short walk from Page’s London home, had recently opened its doors next to a burger restaurant. Visitors could purchase items such as “Liber B vel Magi” by Aleister Crowley that were affixed with the bookshop’s logo.”

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