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RE: Ruthvah: Crowley's sex-appeal ointment

I used to make my own back in the 70s and 80s, but genuine ambergris and civet oils are now hard to come by in the US. Pity. It was quite pleasant and...

4 years ago
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RE: Cinema and AC!

We know AC expressed an interest in seeing The Wizard of Oz but was told he wouldn't like it as it was a children's movie (!). Also Kaczynski tells u...

7 years ago
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RE: The Crowley "Archive" / "Library"

"jamie barter" wrote: ... it would be enlightening to know the current whereabouts of objects such as his I Ching yarrow sticks, various ri...

8 years ago
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RE: Crowley film footage

"This is the 1956 first edition dust jacket of The Magician..." The first edition was in 1908. 😉

9 years ago
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RE: Joan Hayes aka Ione de Forest: Photo?

No pictures but I can offer this poem by Ezra Pound who apparently knew of and admired (and mourned) Ione...Ione, Dead the Long YearEmpty are the ways...

9 years ago
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RE: Warehouse 13 gives us an oddly whimsical look at death and betrayal

...if only the pronunciation police would have been on duty. It was another case of "Crowley" rhyming with "foully." Call it snobbish, but it's my l...

9 years ago
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RE: Crowley's magnum-opus "The Book Of Desolation"

...and the supposed date of signing should give a clue to the veracity ...

9 years ago
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RE: Betty May

There should now be four photos I posted last night. Search Galleries - People - Betty May.

9 years ago
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RE: Your impending death.

In keeping with the current theme of the Olympics it always seemed to me that, while individual consciousness does bow to the rules of electrobiology ...

10 years ago
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RE: The Crowley Tree - the only known survivor

There is a photo of a grown-up Aleister Ataturk in the new book Netherwood (which is absolutely wonderful, by the way)...

10 years ago
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RE: Crowley on Audio

As far as I know there is not more by Crowley....although there was more at one time. During his recording sessions he also recorded the Hymn to Pan ...

11 years ago
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RE: Ken Russell is Aleister Crowley?

sandybot - I believe there was a version of "Fall of the House of Ushe"r filmed at Netherwood a couple of years after Crowley's death, and that one o...

12 years ago
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RE: AC on mass sports and/or football?

Crowley wrote "A Hundu at the Polo Grounds: A Letter from Mahatma Sri Paramananda Guru Swamii (Great Soul Saint Supreme-Bliss Teacher Learned Person) ...

12 years ago
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RE: Name of the Boarding House where Crowley Died

Intresting that Crowley, scion of a brewing family, should end his days in a building that would ultimately become a pub...

12 years ago
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RE: Joan Hayes aka Ione de Forest: Photo?

Since she was a cast member of The Rites of Eleusis, and a number of production photographs are extant, it is reasonable to assume she appears in some...

13 years ago
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RE: Mystery Picture or Fraud ?

I don't think it's Crowley. This appears to be a much older photograph (1850s?) and not representative of his look (or the way just about anybody dre...

13 years ago
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RE: Leila Waddell

I, too, would like to extend my congratulations on this realization. A remarkable job. I was following along with my 1978 edition of the Equinox and...

14 years ago
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RE: Information on Crowley and Lady Frieda Harris?

"Curiously at the end of the copy of AC's letter, it has the name Oliver H.Masters, Esq."...which may well refer to "Oliver Haddo," the fictitious Cro...

14 years ago
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RE: Crowley film footage

I posted the following a couple of years ago:"Slightly akin to this topic is my sneaking suspicion that there is, somewhere in the world, film footage...

14 years ago
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RE: Stelae of Revealing

I would like to buy one as well, but the website is not consumer-friendly: I am still trying to figure out how to place an order. They really need a ...

14 years ago
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RE: Lair of the Wickedest Man on Earth

The "annoying old woman" narrator was Zelda Rubenstein, who was also in Poltergeist. Yes, this episode got "major TV time in the USA in 2008ev" but t...

15 years ago
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RE: AC: The (young) Magician photo

The upward tilt of the head would tend to smooth out lines and shadows, and contribute to a deceptively youthful appearance. It was captioned somewhe...

15 years ago
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RE: When did Betty May Loveday die and how did she die?

um....Tiger Woman was Betty May's autobiography.... I doubt she would have been prescient enough to be able to predict the time and manner of her own ...

15 years ago
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RE: Kenneth Grant silent film?

Slightly akin to this topic is my sneaking suspicion that there is, somewhere in the world, film footage of Crowley. He associated with enough prople...

16 years ago