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Is the Gnostic Mass a IX° Magical Ritual?

by Entelecheia Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.  Bishops Lon and Constance DuQuette believe that Liber XV: Ecclesiæ Gnostiæ Catholicæ Canon Missæ (the Gnostic Mass) is best understood as the ritualized enactment of Ordo Templi Orientis’s (O.T.O.’s) supreme secret of magick. They have popularized this interpretation in

Apocalyptic Thelema: True Will for End Times

Apocalyptic Thelema: True Will for End Times

by Frater Ammonas Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. "Civilization is crumbling under our eyes..."Aleister Crowley, Confessions Living Ideology An ideology, to become a living and breathing philosophy, must meet the needs and demands of those who adopt it. Philosophies are dead words and empty sounds unless they are

7 Reasons OTO is Doomed

7 Reasons OTO is Doomed

by Soror Falcon Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO) is unquestionably the biggest, the most well-known, and the most recognizable organization dedicated to Aleister Crowley's magical system (or philosophy) of Thelema. Crowley has been an almost mythical figure, appearing throughout pop culture since his death from being on the cover of the Beatles'

To cringe, or not to Cringe, that is the Question about Thelema

Cringe Thelema

by Anonymous Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law Yesterday, my wife and I were discussing whether or not she would join me in attending ThelemaCon 2022.   She told me: “I’ll be honest, Thelema gives me the creeps,” and then she laughed.  I tried not to take it

Now I Know Why They Say To Keep Silent

Now I Know Why They Say To Keep Silent by selki girl

by selki girl Late Registration I’ve owed Thelemic Union this piece for over a year. Technically speaking, I wouldn’t even qualify myself as a Thelemite proper. By definition, I’m a relative outsider to your world. As far as credentials go, I get along with a handful of Thelemites on twitter who appear to

Crowley and Evola: Comparisons and Parallels

Crowley and Evola: Comparisons and Parallels

by Vincent St. Clare I enjoy “rambling” on comparisons and parallels between various thinkers; in particular I like to compare Aleister Crowley to his contemporaries, and compare their respective ideas—though I’ve never put these comparisons (and correlations) into text before now. In this essay I intend to do just those things,

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