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spike418
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20/06/2013 7:20 pm  

an amusing little piece from dangerouminds.net

http://dangerousminds.net/comments/aleister_crowley_how_the_great_beast_unleashed_the_loch_ness_monster


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jamie barter
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21/06/2013 12:11 pm  

I remember Paul Weston gave an interesting talk on similar a little while ago on this when he was publicising his rather interesting and very readable eclectic overview Aleister Crowley & the Aeon of Horus book, in which this interesting theory (that A.C.'s Abramelin operation in some way brought forth & conjured up Nessie) also appears.  I would also like to have the time to watch the film sometime featuring as it does some of those whom I know and/or love...

I was also intrigued by the slightly alarming posting immediately afterwards, “Woman humped to death by camel”, although it was on a totally different subject matter…

Crossing the desert,
Norma N. Joy Conquest


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amadan-De
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22/06/2013 6:04 pm  

How do they account for the first mention of a Loch Ness water-beast being in the 6th Century?
Maybe AC's actions at Boleskine were truly timeless?


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