by Sister Angelina P. I for one believe that Thelema's philosophy is the most intuitive and have had the good fortune of being able to live in accordance with its tenets for years. I tend to just assume that my life will be best served by a sort of holistic approach.
by Marco Visconti My recent interest in the Hellier phenomenon has received its fair share of snarky comments from many Serious Thelemites™, especially as I kept discussing it publicly and even organised a well-attended online seminar on it during the months of lockdown. Even Thelemic Union, which keeps on providing decent
by Entelecheia Occasionally I see discussions as to what extent Thelema is Christian or anti-Christian. It’s a reasonable question to ask. Aleister Crowley was a member of the Golden Dawn, which incorporates esoteric Christianity into its degrees. Some of this Rosicrucian symbolism is retained in Crowley’s own magical orders. He referred
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by Entelecheia When I first encountered Crowley and Thelema, I had very little appreciation for the Comment to Liber AL vel Legis. My background was in pragmatic dharma, where exalted experiences and even spiritual awakenings are more commonplace and are discussed more openly than in other forms of spirituality. As far
by Contemplatrix Upon reading "Our Sacred Duty: On The Accommodation Of Families And Inclusion Of Children In The O.T.O.", I was surprised to learn that there are bodies that are not universally (with the obvious exception of initiations) family-friendly. It would strike me as counter-productive to any goals of growth to