-Again it is too bad that the print edt. of MWT we have is Regardie's slash
-and burn job.
I suggest Motta's Edition in the Oriflamme Vol. VI. Granted,
about 1/5 of the book deals with Regardie's publishing
atrocities, but at least the missing letters are mostly
in and so are parts of letters that Regardie edited.
-Very true. In fact all three books are quite different since each editor
-(Motta, Symonds & Grant, and Regardie) made different cuts in the text,
-so really NONE of them are complete! Motta also interpolated his own
-comments into the text and it's sometime difficult to distinguish
-Motta's remarks from Crowley's.
Only if you fail to distinguish between normal text and italics.
Maybe you only have a bad internet edition? You can hardly blame
Motta or the book for this!