Tag Archive: OTO

PRIEST/ESS by Michael Effertz

PRIEST/ESS: In Advocacy of Queer Gnostic Mass by Michael Effertz Part pamphleteering and part scholarly exegesis, PRIEST/ESS harkens back to the “mirrors for princes” literary tradition and offers in-depth philosophical, magical, sociological and historical analyses of gender roles in the central ceremony of Ordo Templi Orientis with an aim toward…
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Thelemic Symposium at KTO

Thelemic Symposium at KTO with Colin Campbell, Mike Estell, and Kerry Kurowski Salem, MA, Saturday October 27, 2012 About Colin Campbell: http://thelemic-symposium.com/panelists/colin-campbell About Mike Estell: http://thelemic-symposium.com/panelists/mike-estell About Kerry Kurowski: http://thelemic-symposium.com/panelists/kerry-kurowski After their introductions, each panelist answers three questions. They have been given more than two months to prepare answers to…
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Speech In The Silence 32

Speech in the Silence is the Official Podcast of Blazing Star Oasis, O.T.O. Tune in to http://speechinthesilence.com/for more information and to download. In this episode: Reading: Dr David Shoemaker reads an excerpt from Phyllis Seckler’s writings, “The Kabbalah, Magick, and Thelema. Selected Writings. Volume II.” Two previously unreleased compositions for piano, written…
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Phyllis Seckler: Selected Writings Vol 2

Now Available from Weiser Antiquarian Books: From the College of Thelema of Northern California in conjunction with The Teitan Press: The Kabbalah, Magick, and Thelema. Selected Writings. Volume II by Phyllis Seckler Edited by David Shoemaker, Gregory Peters and Rorac JohnsonForeword by Lon Milo DuQuette Phyllis Seckler (“Soror Meral:” 1917-2004) was…
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James Wasserman: In the Center of the Fire A Memoir of the Occult 1966–1989

Coming 15 June from the incomparable James Wasserman: In The Center of the Fire… A stone’s throw away from the Velvet Underground and Andy Warhol’s Factory, William Burroughs’ “bunker,” and the legendary Chelsea Hotel was a scene far more esoteric than perhaps even they could have imagined. In this daring…
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