William Thirteen
William Thirteen
@williamthirteen
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Joined: Oct 18, 2010
Last seen: Aug 22, 2022
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RE: Is there a place for Marxism in Thelema?

Mensheviks and liquidationists abound. Wake me up when the Show Trials begin.

1 month ago
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RE: Exclusive Interview w/ RTC

Once again claiming that RTC has "conclusive proof" that AC faked the reception of Liber AL.

2 months ago
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RE: Crowley and the Imagist poets

There was a bit more at the bottom as well…

3 months ago
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RE: The Abbey of Thelema Restoration Project

in Germany we say: "Die Hoffnung stirbt zuletzt!" "Hope dies last!"

4 months ago
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RE: Temple Ov Psychick Youth an abusive cult?

i believe we find ourselves in one of those circles

4 months ago
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RE: How to become a cult writer

ah … PATRICK Hamilton…. i was hoping the reference was to GERALD Hamilton… nevermind…

6 months ago
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RE: The chamber of nightmares: inside Aleister Crowley's Sicilian abbey

though Loveday wasn't cremated. He was buried in the local cemetery until he was exhumed by his family and returned to England. Somewhere around her...

8 months ago
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RE: Living in Fernando Pessoa’s world

We just returned from Lisbon, where our companion volume was Pessoa's "Lisboa: What the Tourist should see". This new biography looks interesting and...

1 year ago
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RE: Evola on Crowley

Thanks for the update Markus. It has been at least an hour or so since i have purchased a book so I will get right on this. Regarding Evola's milieu ...

1 year ago
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RE: England vs. Italy

Thanks for the tip!

1 year ago
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RE: Book of the Law commentary by James Eshelman

Thanks for citing KG's letter. Looking forward to the collection when it arrives!

1 year ago
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RE: Demons & Rockets at DEVIL'S GATE DAM

"it’s time once again, to separate fact from urban legend!" already?

2 years ago
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RE: Hoodoo Pilot by kyle Fite

@kidneyhawk all bought & paid for. really looking forward to this one as I have admired your artwork for some time. greetings from Berlin!

2 years ago
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RE: Pronunciation of John Symonds' family name?

definitely not with the current travel restrictions!

2 years ago
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RE: The Incoming of the Aeon of Maat - publication update

Pre-ordering is up. "Bang Bang I got mineBang Bang and you are next in line"

3 years ago
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RE: Thelemic Politics

@ignant666 will you be staying on the blighted isle or traveling onward to the continent - perhaps even Berlin? regarding strikes in England: As I u...

3 years ago
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RE: Lam, ufos, and today's technology

@ignant666 not sure it is a GeoIP issue - but that is the most likely explanation. To be honest, I am not really a baseball fan, but once I saw the Bl...

3 years ago
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RE: Lam, ufos, and today's technology

for those in Europe who may be unable to see the video provided above, this one also tells the tale:

3 years ago
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RE: What does "BABALON" have to do with "Thelema"?

@belmurru the formatting should be automatic - as long as you don't surround it in quotes 😉 probably one also needs the carriage return afterward...

3 years ago
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RE: What does "BABALON" have to do with "Thelema"?

very nice. So would that mean that the first appearance of 'Babalonu' (in Enochian) was in the 1904 Goetia? Tracing Her development is a fascinating...

3 years ago
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RE: What does "BABALON" have to do with "Thelema"?

I assume this was cited elsewhere in this thread but AC writes that it was during the Scrying of the Tenth Aethyr "Dec. 6, 1909, between 2 and 4:15 p....

3 years ago
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RE: What does "BABALON" have to do with "Thelema"?

@mal oh yes, The Circle - very nice find!

3 years ago
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RE: What does "BABALON" have to do with "Thelema"?

Enjoying this thread ( especially the contributions of @belmurru and @ignant666 ) and would recall Liber XXV. In the 1929 version Babalon is attribute...

3 years ago
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RE: Warrior Lord of the 1940s not 2040s

If one considers that A Flock of Seagulls formed in 1980 and released albums for the following six years, the argument that the 80's were 'abased' tak...

3 years ago
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RE: New AC portrait print by Val Denham

both this and the Cameron portrait are beautiful work.

3 years ago
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RE: 'Kill me' or 'Fill me' - The Debate

For those interested - back in the good old days there was some discussion on AC's reference bible here

3 years ago
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RE: The Labyrinth of Egypt - Hall of Records etc

thanks @jg - for the material itself and for weathering the drudgery of the humorless. Will dig into the corpus delicti and give you full report.

3 years ago
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RE: Any places of esoteric interest around Marylebone

i wandered past Melcombe Street 7A a few years back. If one squints very hard one can see the ectoplasmic remnants leaking out from the basement. If...

3 years ago
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RE: Spring birds

@Shiva it seems that a recent Caltech study indicates that magnetoreception in humans is indeed a thing - primarily through the mechanism of suppress...

3 years ago
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RE: Request for dates of birth and death

@fraterpa 93 your #1 and #8 are the same. I believe #3 was translated by Germer. #9 is a Swiss reprint of the original Thelema Verlag edition. Also, d...

4 years ago
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RE: Translation help with Egyptian text on Thelemic book covers?

thanks again Paul. I still recall your presentation from the K&D Symposium with - what else? - Knowledge and Delight. Are you aware of a list of...

4 years ago
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RE: Hanns Heinz Ewers

Not sure if she did. Perhaps I'll know more after visiting the exhibition next month. I do have nice copy of Théophile Gautier's 'Le Roman de la Momi...

4 years ago
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RE: Hanns Heinz Ewers

for those interested, there will be an exhibition on the works of Ilne Ewers-Wunderwald (Hanns Heinz's wife) at the Brohan-Museum in Berlin this Sprin...

4 years ago
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RE: Spare, the animal and karma.

We are all (every one of us) responsible for anything and all that we perceive. that's why they developed the 'block' function on the forums 😉

4 years ago
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RE: From mysticism to Magick

"yet speak not of Michael Staley as One but as None; and speak not of him at all"

4 years ago
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RE: Servants of the Star & the Snake - to print

indeed, to paraphrase Samuel Clemens "reports of my demise are greatly exaggerated."

4 years ago
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RE: "Clapham Junction"?

While i'd waited to take the photo until the two trains blocking my view of the sign had departed, this is also an effect of ascendance of the horsele...

4 years ago
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RE: "Clapham Junction"?

passed through without issue last week... edit: uncertain as to why the image link is not working. ideas anyone?

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

All of Us are lying in the Gutter, but some of Us are looking at The Star (ATU XVII)

4 years ago
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RE: LRH on AC

good catch, jg. Parsons owned a copy of The Book of Thoth. It was on display at MoCA's "Cameron: Songs for the Witch Woman" exhibition in 2014/15. If...

4 years ago
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RE: LRH on AC

if I am not mistaken he took the Oath of the Abyss in 1949 while Ron & Betty ran off much earlier in 1946. But then again - time moves weirdly in ...

4 years ago
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RE: Servants of the Star & the Snake - to print

Super Mick! Thanks so much for nursing this baby through to (almost) delivery...

4 years ago
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RE: LRH on AC

@belmurru - sadly, i suspect he is just misremembering Magick. Otherwise we'd have another rare text after which we'd go a huntin'. @qliphoth - yes L...

4 years ago
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RE: "Clapham Junction"?

busy, chaotic and confused a very busy railway station in south London, England. Thirty-five people were killed in a train crash there in 1988. Pe...

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