Alesier Crowley About Genius

Alesier Crowley About Genius Cover "Nothing any man can do will improve that genius; but the genius needs his mind, and he can broaden that mind, fertilize it with knowledge of all kinds, improve its powers of Expression; supply the genius, in short, with an orchestra instead of a tin whistle. All our little great men, our one-poem poets, our one-picture painters, have merely failed to perfect themselves as instruments. The Genius who wrote The Ancient Mariner is no less sublime than he who wrote The Tempest; but Coleridge had some incapacity to catch and express the thoughts of his genius - was ever such wooden stuff as his conscious work? - while Shakespeare had the knack of acquiring the knowledge necessary to the expression of every conceivable harmony, and his technique was sufficiently fluent to transcribe with ease." — aleister crowley (Moonchild)

Books in PDF format to read:

Frater Julianus - Beginners Guide To Crowley Books
Aleister Crowley - Freemason Letter On Crowley Status
Kenneth Grant - Aleister Crowley And The Hidden God
Michael Osiris Snuffin - Aleister Crowley And The Legend Of Pasiphae

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