By Frater Enatheleme
At a time when civilization worldwide struggles to break the chains of patriarchy and outright oppression of women, our Thelemic communities are no exception. While debates over the question of Crowley's personal sexism may last decades, it is easy to observe that many localized groups of Thelemites are
by Sister Georgia
I was accused, in the comments section of my last article on this site, of “going too far;” that my responses to #metoo were too much. That my claiming consent is no longer – was never – always and self-sufficiently ‘enough’ was social justice and feminism gone
...the [A∴A∴] system which was given to me to put forward is only one of many. “Above the Abyss” all these technical wrinkles are ironed out.
Crowley wrote that in chapter 9 of Magick Without Tears. Although the context of the statement was a discussion of the Secret Chiefs, the
by Antonio Lau
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
"Ra-Hoor-Khuit hath taken his seat in the East at the Equinox of the Gods..."
—Liber AL, chapter 1, verse 49
"Thou art tossed about in the grip of the storm for an aeon and an aeon and an aeon."
by Sister Georgia
To begin, a question: What gives a women the right to speak of these things? Experience? Intelligence? If we could all only remember that there is no single thing called womanhood, as there is no single thing called man. I have the right to speak of my experience,
by Frater Aletheia
A Gestalt of the Goal of the Magical and Mystical Path
Yoga constitutes one of two central pillars in the system of practical and spiritual attainment encompassed by the Law of Thelema—the other pillar of course being Magick. From his exposure to Yoga, Crowley took what he thought were
by Rodney Orpheus
Recently on Facebook I posted a link to cracked.com’s piece on 5 Things You Won’t Believe Aren’t In The Bible and was challenged (by some person with an evil sense of humour) to do the same thing with Aleister Crowley’s The Book of the Law. I dashed off the following in