Book: The Bhikkhu And The Magus Exploring Allan Bennett Influence On Aleister Crowley by John CrowThe Bhikkhu and the Magus: Exploring Allan Bennett's Influence on aleister crowley By John L. Crow University of Amsterdam. With a title like "Exploring Allan Bennett's Influence on Aleister Crowley" I could take this paper in any number of directions. This is because Allan Bennett was a significant person in the early years of Aleister Crowley's magical career. Crowley met Bennett in 1898 while in the Golden Dawn and almost immediately afterwards had Bennett move in with him and become his magical teacher. A couple of years later Bennett traveled to Southeast Asia due to a number of reasons, primarily health concerns and Crowley visited him there three times over the next four years; the last time being in November 1905. Over these seven years Bennett introduced Crowley to a number of magical
practices, Philosophical ideas, and yoga techniques. To cover all these subjects would take more time than I have allotted, thus I will concentrate on an important aspect of Crowley's magical system introduced to Crowley by Bennett that gets very little attention: the Magical Memory.
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