einDoppelganger
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RE: Umberto Eco - Prague Cemetery

Agreed. Dan Brown might be a poor stylist, but at least he's a reliable historiographer.*lol*Oh come on now... Even if you dislike Eco, what in Foucal...

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RE: Umberto Eco - Prague Cemetery

Well, he aint no Dan Brown ;)lulz 😛

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RE: Umberto Eco - Prague Cemetery

Hearty LOL at the last three replies. I quit enjoyed Foucalt's Pendulum and followed it up with McIntosh's Eliphas Levi and the French Occult Revival...

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RE: Synagogue of Satan by Stanislaw Przybyszewski 1897

"anarchistbanjo" wrote: I am always interested in finding new material to translate. I have heard of "Nightwatches" from the Chapel of the ...

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RE: Synagogue of Satan by Stanislaw Przybyszewski 1897

Joe,Slightly off topic but while we have your attention... Any chance you might grace us Anglophones with a translation of "Nightwatches of Bonneventu...

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RE: Synagogue of Satan by Stanislaw Przybyszewski 1897

Joe,Very excited for those new Ewers translations and the included Przybyszewski, as well! I have had the Flowers edition until now.I always enjoy you...

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RE: Abbey of Thelema in California

maybe he is working on that book... god forbid he is en route to England to nag Mick in person.

11 years ago
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RE: Our Haunted Planet - John Keel

Keel was friends with Jacques Vallee, author of the seminal "Passport to Magonia." Vallee's "UFOs, Messengers of Deception" deals in depth with the Hu...

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RE: Killing Joke

"Falcon" wrote: Glad Jaz is back. Great publicity stunt! HA! I thought the same, but I am glad he is back. There being more dire and worr...

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RE: Thelema and Transgender Issues

For what its worth SA, I still have great love and admiration for you and your writing even if I find your opinion on this topic flawed. I didn't cal...

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RE: Thelema and Transgender Issues

"R.T.Cole" wrote: Given his comprehensive knowledge, I was rather hoping that einDoppleganger would provide this information on my behalf. ...

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RE: Thelema and Transgender Issues

[img] "R.T.Cole" wrote: einDoppleganger,Quite frankly, your attitude is offensive and toxic. I'd say the same for your uninformed contri...

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RE: Thelema and Transgender Issues

"R.T.Cole" wrote: Your comment suggests that my "marginally clever" activities in one field disqualify an opinion in another? No, RT, it ...

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RE: Thelema and Transgender Issues

Thanks for sharing your take obscuruspaintus. If you don't feel a disparity between your body and your gender identity thats a good thing. Congratulat...

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RE: Thelema and Transgender Issues

Sorry RT, but transsexualism is a considered a medical condition according to the DSM and the AMA. The incongruity manifests as the sense the "cistern...

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RE: Thelema and Transgender Issues

Hi SA,Sorry, but being transgender has quite a lot to do with the nuances of identity and quite little to do with sex. Those who opt for surgical inte...

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RE: Azoetia - Sethos Editon - Chumbley - for sale

OMG I didn't have email alerts on for this thread. Thank you all for the warm welcomes back, I'm quite heartened by that 🙂 Thanks everyone! Its great...

11 years ago
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RE: Raphael and the Golden Dawn

Unless you give validity to a John Keel model in which its all one intelligence tinkering with the evolution and belief systems of humanity since time...

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RE: Convolvulus

Haunted_Shoreline: Fantastic post re the Vampire Squid! I really like your blog. Welcome to LAShTAL!einD

11 years ago
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RE: Pre-order is open for my first published book via Aeon Sophia Press...

The watercolor illustrations in there are beautiful!Best of luck and congrats on the new release!einD

11 years ago
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RE: Michael Bertiaux

Can you really attribute "gnosis" to PJ Carrol??? I see the Wiki but I can't imagine that the idea really originated there. Perhaps his coinage of "th...

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RE: Michael Bertiaux

Its become a buzzword which can be dropped into any string of nonsense to give it the flavor of something pertinent, obscure, and perhaps worth deciph...

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RE: Michael Bertiaux

I tend not to share the inner workings of these matters but I will offer this. The Pony Chaud are a series of power points linked to the petite-aether...

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RE: Michael Bertiaux

Its OK, you should activate your Pony Chaud. The gnosis is experiential and cannot be distilled though language alone.

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RE: Michael Bertiaux

"pad631" wrote: First of all, what's up whit M.Bertiaux today? Recently retired from his post as a social worker, still living in Chicag...

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RE: Richard Kaczynski: A History of the OTO

From what I understand the book focuses on the history of the OTO, up to and including involvement by Crowley. Thats my impression from what Richard h...

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RE: Richard Kaczynski: A History of the OTO

"davyp93" wrote: I do hope it will be objective, and personally i would love to get an insight into how Grady took his authorisation re the...

11 years ago
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RE: The Search for Abraxas (40th Anniversary Edition)

Lol, you mentioned it was good when I noted discovering it in a thread a while back. You are the only other person I have spoken to who knows of this ...

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RE: Grant's novels

Against the Light, being written in the 90s is intended to cast further light on "The Ninth Arch" though, isn't it? More specifically the reception of...

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RE: Grant's novels

You will note characters that pop up in the fictions with real-life correspondences. A couple folks from "Hecate's Fountain", for example. In terms o...

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RE: Grist to Whose Mill - publication launch

"MichaelStaley" wrote: Beezlebub and the Beast by David Hall - both set for publication this Summer. I am so excited for this title. I n...

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RE: Grist to Whose Mill - publication launch

How did it goo? The pictures on Facebook look like a happy time had by all at the wonderful Treadwells.Michael, I'd love to read an extract of your t...

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RE: Crowley Against Abortion

"the_real_simon_iff" wrote: My pants are quite free of knots but I am too not-English to understand "Carry on with your regularly scheduled...

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RE: Crowley Against Abortion

"the_real_simon_iff" wrote: Males allegedly speaking for females saying males cannot discuss female matters. And vice versa, of course. H...

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RE: Help with an essay question re. 19th century occult/Rosicrucianism etc.

"Inhabitant" wrote: ...I could make an argument that pre-GD occult acitivity in the UK was somehow uniquely British and/or uniquely Victori...

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RE: Wanted: The Shadow Tarot by Linda Falorio

The cards were a "self published" affair and came on Kodak paper - like photographs. Midian has had them with the book a couple times in the past year...

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RE: Help with an essay question re. 19th century occult/Rosicrucianism etc.

From the sound of it you want to focus as much on anglophone influences. Leaving aside Papus, the various Rosicrucian offshoots in France, the Martini...

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RE: Grist to Whose Mill - publication launch

absolutely, have a wonderful time all!!

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RE: Crowley Against Abortion

"Azidonis" wrote: "einDoppelganger" wrote: but does *anyone* see the grotesque irony of a bunch of people without a uterus swi...

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RE: Crowley Against Abortion

Last time I am going to say this. I don't think it registers anyway...but does *anyone* see the grotesque irony of a bunch of people without a uterus ...

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RE: New Occult Books

Don't forget Scarlet Imprint!Jerusalem PressandSalamander and Sons

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RE: Crowley Against Abortion

So basically Tim here is saying nothing at all other than anyone who would criticism Crowley for his ignorance is incapable of understanding him. Spok...

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