Ok, the Discussions Forum is back… This is your chance to contribute to the Thelemic Culture community – to make your statement, encourage debate. What the heck, why not just… Read more »
News Archives up to July 2003 have been placed on this site as part of the rebuild. Click on the Articles Menu option and then select Archive. The document requires… Read more »
An article in UK broadsheet The Guardian on Friday 26 September 2003 reviewed “Decasia”, described by Kenneth Anger as “Compelling and disturbing!” “Bill Morrison’s U.S. experimental feature “Decasia” finds poetry… Read more »
lashtal.com’s database was subject of a malicious hack on 30 September, causing the loss of all information. Much has been re-built, but much still remains to be done. Users will… Read more »
Red Flame is making available artwork by Soror Meral…
“Tara” sent me this link to a rather interesting artistic interpretation of Laylah Waddell.
Lost in the recent hack-attack was the link to Carlos Atanes’ intriguing Crowley-movie web site: http://www.carlosatanes.com/
In the change between formats of this site, the following may have been overlooked, but merits recording… The death of Helen Parsons Smith. She died on Sunday 27 July 2003… Read more »
New exhibitions and images added to the Gallery…
The November 2003 issue of High Times has the article “Wine and Strange Drugs: Aleister Crowley’s Quest for Enlightenment” by Richard Kaczynski (author of the wonderful Perdurabo: A Life of… Read more »
Just a reminder that Henrik Bogdan has recently published Kenneth Grant: A Bibliography – From 1948.
John Symonds’ final biography of Aleister Crowley, The Beast 666, published by Pindar Press, is being distributed and advertised online by Command Media Ltd.
‘A Night of Aleister Crowley and FriendZ’ Recital Performance Friday, 10th October Covent Garden On FRIDAY, 10 OCTOBER performance artists and Thelemites Vernon J. Cliff (“Mad Jon”) and Camden McDonald… Read more »
According to a posting on the Fulgur Books AOS Gallery mailing list, Jimmy Page has a speaker cabinet decorated by Austin Osman Spare. Of course, Jimmy Page’s collection of Crowleyana… Read more »