Aleister Crowley and Robert Anton Wilson: Still friends!

In the most recent interview with Robert Anton Wilson that I’ve been able to locate, Aleister Crowley (and, yeah, James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake) retain their positions as major influences…

This from SubGenius:

My interests include Jungian psychology, Reichian bio-psychology, Leary’s neuro-psychology, general semantics, quantum mechanics, synergetic geometry, Crowley’s magick, neurolinguistic programming, ethnomethodology, movies in general and especially the films of Orson Welles and Clint Eastwood, Buddhism (Zen, Tibetan and Shinran flavors included), “Finnegans Wake” by James Joyce, the “Cantos” of Ezra Pound, Andy Warhol, Elmyr de Hory, the Three Stooges (especially Moe Howard), the obsessive rituals of serial killers and the similar but contrasting rituals of the State in re: capital punishment, whether or not God has a willy (theogenderology), how many planets with intelligent life-forms have received by now the first broadcasts of “I Love Lucy” transmitted in the 1950s, and a lot of other weird stuff. Maybe I did too much acid in the ’60s.

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