Richard T Cole, author of ‘Liber L vel Bogus: The Real Confession of Aleister Crowley’, has chosen to make a digital download of the book available in full through LAShTAL.COM. This download is available to members with immediate effect. And it is FREE. The author is to be commended forContinue Reading

  © threefold31 – Reproduced by kind permission An Essay Concerning Liber CCXX and the Fill vs. Kill Debate May 10 2013 E.V, Anno IVxxi. Sol and Luna conjunct in Taurus Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. The following essay addresses the question of whetherContinue Reading

Liber I – The Book of the Zero Hour By Frater Pacitius (Albin Grau)Pansophic Lodge of the Light Seeking Brethren, Orient Berlin, 1925Publication in Class C Lection I. 0000. The End draws near! The invisible flame bursts forth. The old World is threatened! The new Earth drinks first strength outContinue Reading

Liber XCIII Part One The Fountain of Hyacinth Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law I, Baphomet 666, wishing to prove the strength of my will and the degree of my courage have poisoned myself for the last two years and have succeeded finally in reachingContinue Reading

SYBARITE AMONG THE SHADOWSby R C McNefffrom International Times, July, 1977 Reproduced by kind permission of the author. Copyright 1977 R C McNeff – all rights reserved.Click here for a scan of the original publication ALEISTER CROWLEY (1875-1947) self-styled prophet of the New Eon, The Great Beast 666, was amongstContinue Reading

A while back, I had begun working on an article that dealt with some of the more extraordinary (and in some cases, even paranormal) aspects of James Bond creator Ian Fleming’s career with British Intelligence Services during World War II. As most who have read the novels or studied JamesContinue Reading

[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”][et_pb_row admin_label=”row”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text” background_layout=”light” text_orientation=”left” text_font_size=”18″ use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#ffffff” border_style=”solid”] The essay in this file is a work in progress. This text version is intended for free distribution but I would prefer that it not be altered and that authorship is properly attributed. The essay and various associated itemsContinue Reading

An article by Bill Heidrick, originally published in Thelema Lodge Calendar. Reproduced with kind permission – all rights reserved. —- From Thelema Lodge Calendar (November 1992) by Bill Heidrick… (Reproduced with kind permission – all rights reserved) Does the following citation show that Crowley held Thelema not be a Religion?Continue Reading

“Perdurabo”: Web sites from the Notes Section’,’Chapter 1 Note 7: Peter Blackwell’s “The Plymouth Brethren” site has moved to: Miles Stanford’s “Brief History” site has moved to: Shawn Abigail’s “Plymouth Brethren FAQ” has moved to: “The Battle Fought” at: Note 45: The site referred to appearsContinue Reading

1875 Born at Leamington Spa, Warwickshire on 12 October. Parents members of The Plymouth Brethren, a fanatical Christian sect. 1887 His father, Edward Crowley, dies. 1895 Matriculation at Trinity College, Cambridge. 1896 First mystical experience on a visit to Stockholm. He writes;”I was awakened to the knowledge that I posessedContinue Reading

Let’s get one thing straight: Aleister Crowley has been called a lot of things by a lot of people. Infamously, the scandal sheets of his day branded him “the wickedest man in the world”. The English novelist W. Somerset Maugham, in “A Fragment of Autobiography” (note 1), called Crowley “…aContinue Reading

Monkey and the Buzz-Saw by Aleister Crowley, (c) Ordo Templi Orientis, reproduced by permission. Aleister Crowley’s enduring reputation (as opposed to mere popular image) is solidly based on his occult writings. Certainly, no honest evaluation of contemporary occult practice can ignore Crowley’s influence. Within this limited sphere, then, the man’sContinue Reading

Hadit, the great god, lord of the sky. Ra-Hoor-Khut, chief of the gods. The deceased, prophet of Mentu, lord of Thebes, the one for whom the doors of the sky are opened in Thebes, Ankh-f-n-khonsu. Bread, water, cattle and fowl. The deceased, the prophet of Mentu, lord of Thebes, Ankh-f-n-khonsu,Continue Reading

When you buy a house, proverbially there is trash in the basement. Our house was no exception. The former owner had been due to come through and take it all away, but she had had to go out of town and delayed the cleanout until after Deb and I hadContinue Reading

Shortly before the war, the man whom the sensational press is still calling ‘the wickedest man in the world’ paid a visit to Mousehole. This was a gift to gossip, which flourishes like an exotic plant in the soft moist air; from rumours still current in the neighbourhood and evenContinue Reading

Clouds Without Water Arguably Crowley’s most sustained achievement is the sonnet-sequence Clouds Without Water (1909) which appeared during his middle or ‘Equinox’ period (1908) when much of his best work was accomplished. Compared with the earlier Alice: an Adultery – an ecstatically monotonous account of a love affair – thisContinue Reading

Discord in the Garden of Janus Aleister Crowley and Austin Osman Spare Keith Richmond © Keith Richmond & The Beskin Press, 1999 All rights reserved First published in Austin Osman Spare: Artist – Occultist – Sensualist, Beskin Press, 1999. It is by no means uncommon to find students of theContinue Reading