Wickedest man in Cornwall’s screams can still be heard across the Duchy  – Cornwall Live

The ‘wickedest man in Cornwall’ is a title strongly fought – infamous magician Aleister Crowley and the planner who gave permission for the first Greggs in Kernow could lay claim… Read more »

The Cult of Aleister Crowley: Being a True Story of Thelema, from its Beginning until the Present – Red Flame

In The Cult of Aleister Crowley, J Edward Cornelius adds over 150 pages to his Memoirs of an A.’.A.’. Initiate. Jerry details ‘the ongoing fight for Thelemic freedom against the Restrictionists in the A.’.A.’. lineage who have taken control of the O.T.O.’

Sword of Song to the Printers | Kamuret Press

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Kamuret’s edition of Aleister Crowley’s Sword of Song has been sent to the printers! Edited, annotated and introduced by Richard Kaczynski, this edition far surpasses that found in the Collected Works: red and black ink has been employed to capture the feel of the 1904 edition; a 50 page introduction by Crowley’s foremost biographer introduces the reader to the many themes to be found throughout the book; finally, copious end-notes further elucidate concepts and ideas in need of clarification.

Fortean Times: Aleister Crowley and Aldous Huxley

Huxley’s alleged psychedelic encounter with the Beast [in Berlin] has taken on the dimensions of an urban legend, and a quick perusal online will find it cited as fact on several websites, including those hosting the burgeoning number of academic books and papers devoted to Crowley. So, what did happen?