by Frater Praemonstro
Thelema casts itself as the antithesis and remedy to the restrictive and self-debasing doctrines of Christianity. But modern mainstream Thelema, while yet in its infancy, finds itself repeating this same pattern of repression, clericalism, and self-loathing. This may seem a controversial statement, but as I will lay out
by Lon Milo DuQuette
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
I’d first like to thank Sister Jen, Knights Templar Oasis, and everyone at Liber OZ Fest for inviting me to be part of the activities this weekend.
I bring greetings from St. Constance of the Well, Our Lady
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
By Shin Melitodes
[For the sake of full disclosure I would like to explain that I did my MA with Keith at the University of Amsterdam. I had some limited friendly interaction with him, and although we were not particular friends, I have no personal grudge against him, nor could
...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