What follows is a brief attempt to summarize Crowley’s theory of the origin of religions and situate his understanding of spiritual experience….
by Vincent St. Clare
Eihei Dōgen (also known as Dōgen Kigen, 1200 – 1253), the founder of the Buddhist school of Sōtō Zen in Japan, and one of the most important and influential Zen masters, preached the omnipresence of Buddha-nature (tathāgatagarbha)—that Buddha-nature, one’s true and enlightened nature, is present and
by Brother Sol-Om-On
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
Many people come to Thelema, drawn by the spiritual and intellectual freedom it promises. True, Thelema provides these freedoms if one has the grit (and the wit) to achieve them. However, the trend in the last few decades
by Alan Willms
Imprimātur is Latin for “let it be printed”. The term has been widely
used by the Catholic Church in two senses: a) in old times, for authorizing the
publication of a book, otherwise to be censored; b) in modern times, as an
endorsement of the contents of a book, stating they