Brigitte Gorez Santos
Brigitte Gorez Santos
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Joined: Jun 24, 2013
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RE: PARENTAL ALERT: Occult and Witchcraft Dominate Marvel's New Dr. Strange Film 'Making Satanists the Heroes'

Still, Dr Strange is probably one of my favourite Marvel creations, especially played by Cumberbatch. The Moon Knight series recently broadcasted was ...

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RE: Temple Ov Psychick Youth an abusive cult?

A bit late to the party as I don't visit this site as much as I used to (as one of the few semi-active female members, I really should make an effort....

3 months ago
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RE: The Bell, Aston Clinton

Thanks guys 😀 What did I EAT? 😆 Ok, on the first evening, I had the Old-fashioned cocktail, then as a starter I had the Salt & Szechuan Pepper ...

10 months ago
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RE: The Bell, Aston Clinton

The Bell still looks very much like it did before, from what I can see on old photographs. I believe they extended the dining rooms where it would hav...

10 months ago
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RE: The Bell, Aston Clinton

Well, looks like we may add to the 1944 theme with fuel shortage and possibly taking the train to Aylesbury and then finding a bus or a taxi lol.

10 months ago
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RE: The Bell, Aston Clinton

Of course, Shiva! I was kidding. Yes, SOME Americans are twits like Brits etc. Yes I meant Grady McMurtry, there was no reference on this thread but...

11 months ago
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RE: The Bell, Aston Clinton

Grady explains the lay out of the inn fairly well even if he insists on referring to the place as "ASHton Clinton" instead of Aston (Americans... 🙄) b...

11 months ago
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RE: Book list for teenager

I was once a teenager interested in magick and I would say the first thing that appealed then was the tarot deck. I have to say I was a weird kid and ...

11 months ago
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RE: The Bell, Aston Clinton

I remember, in the last thread, someone said the room was North facing. According to TripAdvisor, someone who stayed in #11 recommended the room, for ...

11 months ago
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RE: Aleister Crowley's Final Years

Thank you, I have the book, just finished it. The link given by Chuck is an entertaining read but, alas, does not provide more details on the artist ...

3 years ago
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RE: Aleister Crowley's Final Years

Long shot, does anyone know who drew the illustration of Netherwood used in the book? It says Barbara but I can't find anything about her online. I co...

3 years ago
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RE: Crowley liked international travel. Do you?

Thanks for the addresses, we're thinking of going back next year possibly.

3 years ago
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RE: Crowley liked international travel. Do you?

We drove from Toronto to Montreal last July. As much as I enjoyed the food in Montreal, I found travelling around a real nightmare. Every day we were ...

3 years ago
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RE: Aleister Crowley's Final Years

Just received it, wrapped in silk paper, with a lovely card wishing me to enjoy the book and generally conveying their best wishes for 2019. That's th...

4 years ago
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RE: Copyrights Expiring

Like Chris, hoping to see the entire set of diaries published one day...

4 years ago
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RE: Aleister Crowley's Final Years

I hadn't realised this book existed. I just bought it online. Makes up for the lecture.

4 years ago
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RE: Aleister Crowley's Final Years

Unable to attend due to family commitments... shame, really...

4 years ago
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RE: Crowley quote at Southwark station

Lol, you were right, it was private, I didn't even know... I changed it to public now.

4 years ago
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RE: Crowley quote at Southwark station

For anyone on Facebook, I also posted it on the Thelema group.

4 years ago
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RE: Crowley quote at Southwark station

Damn I thought it would work by putting it on Instagram... it works for me, probably because I posted it. Unless you need to have an Instagram or Face...

4 years ago
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RE: "Clapham Junction"?

I think when you look at it from the right angle, it looks like a stick figure with arms open and legs akimbo...

4 years ago
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RE: "...ageing hippies with a fondness for Aleister Crowley."

Hi ignant666, silly question but how do you upload a photo from your computer to the forum? It's not a link and does not have a https address. Brain ...

4 years ago
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RE: Our Favourite Films

Being a big Lovecraft fan, I recently tried to find films with a Lovecraftian atmosphere and after being recommended the usual "Alien" etc, I watched ...

4 years ago
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RE: Crowley; cat killer!...........?

I was going to mention the cats in Cefalu. Whether or not one was killed for Loveday to drink its blood I don't know but apparently they were roaming ...

4 years ago
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RE: Crowley's diaries (1936-1947)

Yep, I figured that about the Warburg. Not an easy task... And about the why, I'll send you a pm...

6 years ago
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RE: Crowley's diaries (1936-1947)

Many thanks everyone. Trip down to Warren St might be on the cards....

6 years ago
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RE: Crowley's diaries (1936-1947)

2013... and yet, we're still waiting... I can imagine HB in the rabbit hole... "Oh my furry whiskers... I'm late I'm late I'm late..." Well, thanks f...

6 years ago
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RE: A first hand account of the Great Beasts last days

I had never read this article and it made my day It ties in nicely with the other bits and pieces we know from the last years of his life and I find t...

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RE: Unseen Aleister Crowley writings reveal 'short-story writer of the highest order

This is an excellent review. Wasn't The Drug and Other Stories only published a couple of years ago though? I swear I only read it last year. Shame th...

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RE: Soliloquy for Pan

Oops! I guess the responsibility would lie with the author of the short story rather than with the guy who gathered the stories together and publishe...

7 years ago
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RE: Soliloquy for Pan

Does it fall into public domain after a certain amount of time ?

7 years ago
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RE: True Detective Season 2: Cults, Cars & Route 666

Nic Pizzolatto, who wrote the screenplay for True Detective season 1, also wrote a novel called Galveston in 2010, in which a character goes through a...

7 years ago
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RE: Tattooed Woman Painting

The scarf reminds me of the yellow "Hare Krishna" scarves. I wonder if they were worn at the time.

8 years ago
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RE: MAKE CURRIED RICE (FOLLOWING ALEISTER CROWLEY’S RECIPE)

It is delicious. I made it a couple of years ago, on the anniversary of AC's death. With a spur of the moment paneer balls in saffron tomato sauce. An...

8 years ago
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RE: Thelema Abbey In Cefalu

br>Saw AC as a poster boy for Cefalu on above website just before my trip there in October 🙂

8 years ago
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RE: Crowley and the bicycle?

I think I remember from the Churton biography that AC was one of the first students to acquire an automobile in Cambridge. Whether it was chauffeur dr...

8 years ago
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RE: musick

well I must be one of the few women who have listened to Yma Sumac and enjoyed the experience... Shame she only traveled to Europe in 1950, I agree th...

8 years ago
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RE: When did you start reading Crowley?

Oh, I hadn't heard of a card / board game 'Thelema'! How delightful! I'm sure it would have been popular today! Where did you hear about this? I als...

8 years ago
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RE: When did you start reading Crowley?

Oh I didn't know Tao was female! Has anyone remained in touch with Hecate outside the forums?

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