by Sib. James Gordon
I thought this article published by Brother Sol-Om-On on Thelemic Union was important enough to warrant a full review. I don't usually speak critically of other people's writing, but this is very much the exemplar of a piece "full of sound and fury,. Signifying nothing." In a
by Sib. Ayin / R.A.D.
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
Was Aleister Crowley (Baphomet) non-binary in terms of gender identity? A few sources seem to suggest he did not identify exclusively as "male" (in this life, or previous ones) despite his biological sex. If so,
by Frater Enatheleme
While Aleister Crowley wasn’t the first person to scrawl a “V” on the walls in Brussels, nor was he the first to put two fingers in the air as a sign of some idea or insult, he demonstrated that he was the first to publish a “V Sign,”
by Sister Georgia
A few months ago I wrote an article about my experiences of sex and power within the world of contemporary occultism. After the flood a friend came to visit, and he said to me: “I am curious, for there seems to be someone missing. Why, in this great
...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