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The Equinox was originally an irregular periodical issued by Aleister Crowley's Ordo Templi Orientis, and was subtitled "The Review of Scientific Illuminism".
The Equinox began in 1909 in London, and appears to have continued at least as far as Volume III number I, in 1919. After that, there appears to be a hiatus. Followers of Crowley have more recently published additional issues, some with longer writings of Crowley, others with new material. It appears that more than one "successor journal" to Crowley's original run has been claimed. This record tracks the original serial, and the only claimed successor I have found online.
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