The Legend Of Aleister Crowley
Copyright OTO Australia. This Limited Edition published under license. For Sale in U.S. only, and limited to 500 copies.
The Legend of Aleister Crowley exposes the vicious media campaign of vilification pursued against the Magus of the New Aeon.
You will find the Truth behind the Big Lie: “The reader may thus approach Crowley himself either as Ipsissimus, the incarnation of the Logos of the New Aeon, or as a human enigma.” —The Times Literary Supplement
“…the final, occult, unmentionable and esoteric secret of the rascal masters is simple: Follow nature and do just what you feel like doing—without hesitation, guilt or regret.” —Alan Watts
“It was in the Spring of the year 1929 that the Surete Generale sprung a surprise on the unsuspecting Crowley menage.… We were all handed expulsion papers. Leave with twenty-four hours!” —Israel Regardie, from the Introduction
You’ve probably heard things about Aleister Crowley (1875–1947). Perhaps you’ve heard monstrous things—hideous things— terrifying things—disgusting and ghastly things. On the other hand, you might have heard wonderful things—funny things —astonishing things—inspiring things—even supernatural and sacred things? … Detractors are quick to vilify him as the Devil himself—insane, perverse, and evil; while his admirers lionize him as a genius; an enlightened holy man; a saint; a Buddha; Prophet of a New Aeon. —Lon Milo DuQuette from the Foreword
5.5 x 8.5
Paperback: 236 Pages
Source: New Falcon Publications