Aleister Crowley

Edward Alexander (‘Aleister’) Crowley (1875 to 1947)

The Magus Was A Spy: Aleister Crowley and the Curious Connections Between Intelligence and the Occult | Dr Richard Spence

The inter-connection of occultism and espionage goes back at least to the Elizabethan intrigues of Dr. John Dee, and certainly is much older than that. For Crowley, Dr. Dee was a role-model in more ways than one. Occult orders and spy agencies do share much in common. Both are focused on the acquisition and safeguarding of specialised knowledge and embrace secrecy as a cardinal virtue.

New Novel – The Resurrection of Mr Crowley

Victor is a 133 year old Magician, and the last living disciple of the self-proclaimed wickedest man in the world, Aleister Crowley. Maria is a twenty year old girl who finds herself surrounded by formidable evil at the notorious Abbey of Thelema in Italy. Can the innocence of a young woman overcome the all-consuming evil of the old man’s malignant will? The seductive Cassandra and her satanic group travel to the great pyramid in Egypt where together they unveil the long forgotten secrets of the pyramids and attempt to unleash the demons of hell. In Scotland, the real monster of Loch Ness prepares for the complex Abra–Melin ritual.

Hell freezes over: how the Church of Satan got cool | The Guardian

Satanism has been associated with moral panics over witches or the ritual abuse of children during its history, sometimes unfairly. It has also attracted devotees such as Leamington Spa’s most wicked son, Aleister Crowley, who scandalised Edwardian society by claiming to be a master of black magic.

Hell Fire Club Books – Little Essays Toward Truth – Aleister Crowley

Hell Fire Club Books have announced the publication of a new, hand-bound edition of Aleister Crowley’s ‘Little Essays Towards Truth’: Little Essays Toward Truth Aleister Crowley A.˙.A.˙. PUBLICATION IN CLASS… Read more »

The Great Beast on Politics: Aleister Crowley’s Thelemic State Revealed

Interesting article (from 18 March 2017) in New Dawn magazine by Dr K R Bolton… “There is no law but do what thou wilt” is the dictum of Thelema, misunderstood… Read more »

On this day in 1904: the ‘wickedest man in Britain’ completes his manuscript for a new religion

Edward Alexander Crowley was born on 12 October 1875 to a well-off family of Plymouth Brethren in Leamington Spa. He was a wilful child, and his mother nicknamed him Therion,… Read more »