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Theosexuality: Sex and Magic

Theosexuality: Sex and Magic

by Sister Georgia On Consent 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

Thelemic Values: A New Aeon of Morality

Thelemic Values: A New Aeon Of Morality

by IAO131 Ye olde morality Nearly every human alive has heard of the Ten Commandments that Moses brought down from Mount Sinai - the ten "thou shalt not"s. This system of ethics as set forth literally in stone by God and delivered through Moses is practically the perfect symbol of what I

Can a Thelemite be a Liberal?

Can a Thelemite be a Liberal?

by Lon Milo DuQuette Excerpt from Ask Baba Lon: Answers to Questions of Life and Magick By Lon Milo DuQuette New Falcon Publications, 2011 Dear Baba Lon: I have been studying books on the “western esoteric tradition” for a couple of years, and have developed a particular appreciation for Aleister Crowley’s works and

On Thelemic Orthodoxy

On Thelemic Orthodoxy

by Rodney Orpheus Author’s note: this essay assumes a rudimentary familiarity with Thelemic literature and terminology. As such it is not intended for a general audience but for those who have some small experience in Thelemic magick, or who have been initiated into a Thelemic magical Order, even at a basic

Thelemic Yoga: Beginnings of Yoga

Thelemic Yoga: Beginnings of Yoga

by Frater Aletheia Yoga and the Disenchantment of the West The latter half of the nineteenth century witnessed an increasing awareness and openness to Eastern religious and philosophical traditions.  Along with the founders of the Theosophical Society, Crowley was among the first to adopt yogic ideas and practices into a Western occult

Aleister Crowley on Friedrich Nietzsche

Aleister Crowley on Friedrich Nietzsche

by IAO131 Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. “Read Nietzsche!” –Aleister Crowley The Life of Friedrich Nietzsche, Prophet of Thelema Friedrich Nietzsche was a German philosopher, poet, and philologist who lived from 1844 to 1900. I will first give a brief biography of this great thinker and then his influence

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