The Confessions Of Aleister Crowley An Autohagiography

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The Confessions of Aleister Crowley : An Autohagiography, by Aleister Crowley (1875-1947), is a book written in six parts, the first two parts published in 1929. It is subtitled "An Autohagiography" which refers to the autobiography of a Saint, a title which Crowley would also have associated with the Plymouth Brethren, who use it to refer to themselves. Crowley was brought up as one of their members.

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Book 4 Part Iii Magick In Theory And Practice

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Book: Book 4 Part Iii Magick In Theory And Practice by Aleister Crowley

Part III is titled "magick in Theory and Practice", and is perhaps the most influential section within Book 4. In this part, magick (with the terminal -k) is defined in Crowley's now famous "Introduction", which is the source of many well-known statements, such as

* "Magick is the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will."
* "Every intentional act is a Magical act."
* "Magick is the Science of understanding oneself and one's conditions. It is the Art of applying that understanding in action."
* "Magick is merely to be and to do."

It contains many influential essays on various magical formulae, such as Tetragrammaton, Thelema, Agape, AUMGN, and IAO. The section also addresses fundamental magical theorems, essential components of ritual, and general practices (e.g. banishing, consecration, invocation, divination, etc).

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Psychology Of Hashish

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Book: Psychology Of Hashish by Aleister Crowley

The Herb Dangerous Part II The Psychology of Hashish by Oliver Haddo (Aleister Crowley). "The girders of the soul, which give her breathing, are easy to be unloosed." "Nature teaches us, and the oracles also affirm, that even the evil germs of matter may alike become useful and good."

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Book Of The Heart Girt With The Serpent

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Book: Book Of The Heart Girt With The Serpent by Aleister Crowley

One of aleister crowley's Most Powerful works of spiritual poetry, this "Class A" epic describes the stage of spiritual Initiation in which the Aspirant attains the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel. This is considered to be one of the "Holy Books" of the Thelemic canon.

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In Residence The Dons Guide To Cambridge

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Book: In Residence The Dons Guide To Cambridge by Aleister Crowley

A Collection of Crowley's early poetry, published in the same years as Crowley received The Book of the Law. The poems are mostly reprinted from magazines like 'Granta,' 'Cambridge Magazine,' 'Cantab,' etc. though some were previously unpublished. Includes twenty pages of Extremely interesting, humorous, and informative advertisements for works by Crowley at the rear, as well as the detachable entry form for a competition which Crowley held for the best essay to be Written on his own works. This was of course the competition won by J. F. C. Fuller whose essay was said to have been the only entry, although contrary to popular beleif he did in fact receive the promised hundred pound prize. Some light discoloration to the wrappers as always and creasing to the spine, detachable entry form detached but present.

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Oto Under Crowley

Oto Under Crowley Cover Aleister Crowley served as the Outer Head of the Order from 1922 until his death in December of 1947. Crowley's first act as O.H.O. was to reconfirm the charters of Jones and Tranker as Grand Masters for North America and Germany, respectively. Tranker, on Jones's recommendation, invited Crowley to formally assume leadership of O.T.O. as well as of the various organizations included in the Pansophical movement, at a conference to be held at Hohenleuben, near Weida, in the summer of 1925. The other attendees of the conference were: Heinrich and Helene Tranker; Karl Germer (Saturnus, Jan. 22, 1885 - Oct. 25, 1962), at the time Tranker's secretary and publisher); Albin Grau; Eugen Grosche; Martha Kunzel; Henri Birven; a gentleman named Hopfer; Crowley; Crowley's associates Dorothy Olsen, Leah Hirsig, Norman Mudd; and others.

The results of the conference were mixed. The attendees were divided over Crowley's teachings and The Book of the Law, of which they had previously been largely unaware (it had only recently been translated into German). There were personality conflicts as well. Fraulein Kunzel and Herr Germer went with Crowley. Herrn Tranker, Grau, Hopfer and Birven decided to keep the Pansophical Lodge independent from the Master Therion. Herr Grosche originally sided with Crowley, but he and Germer quarreled, and Grosche decided to remain independent. After the closure of the Pansophical Lodge in 1926, Grosche regrouped a number of the ex-Pansophists to found the Fraternitas Saturni. Fraternitas Saturni recognized Crowley's status as a prophet, and accepted the Law of Thelema in a modified form; but Grosche insisted on keeping it independent from O.T.O. and under his own, rather than Crowley's, authority. Fraternitas Saturni continues to the present day in Germany, Canada and elsewhere, and does not represent itself as being O.T.O.

Tranker apparently attempted to lay claim to the title of O.H.O. of O.T.O. for himself in 1925, but it appears that he was not widely recognized as such and that he ceased his efforts in this direction by 1930, when he and H. Spencer Lewis began to work together directly (but unsuccessfully) to establish a German branch of A.M.O.R.C.

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Liber 934

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Book: Liber 934 by Aleister Crowley

The Cactus. A record of experiments with the Mescal buttons. No known copy exists, probably was just a collection of case study documents destroyed by British customs. (See p753 of Magick: Liber ABA)

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Magick In Theory And Practice

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Book: Magick In Theory And Practice by Aleister Crowley

My former work has been misunderstood, and its scope limited, by my use of technical terms. It has attracted only too many dilettanti and eccentrics, weaklings seeking in "Magic" an escape from reality. I myself was first consciously drawn to the subject in this way. And it has repelled only too many scientific and practical minds, such as I most designed to influence. But MAGICK is for ALL. So I have written this book to help the Banker, the Pugilist, the Biologist, the Poet, the Navvy, the Grocer, the Factory Girl, the Mathematician, the Stenographer, the Golfer, the Wife, the Consul - and all the rest - to fulfil themselves perfectly, each in his or her own proper function. Let me explain in a few words how it came about that I blazoned the word MAGICK upon the Banner that I have borne before me all my life. (from book)

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The Winged Beetle

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Book: The Winged Beetle by Aleister Crowley

This book is not a story but a collection of poems from the occult author Aleister Crowley. Fans of his work will love it as his prose shines on every page. (part of the reason for his large following) And those who love poems will find something in this book as well. I am a large fan of Crowley, I do enjoy poetry and I purchased the book for a good price from a rare book dealer a few years ago. I enjoyed reading it. I put all my other books aside until I had read every last word in the book. (user review)

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There Shall Be No Property In Human Flesh

There Shall Be No Property In Human Flesh Cover “The sex-instinct is one of the most deeply-seated expressions of the will; and it must not be restricted, either negatively by preventing its free function, or positively by insisting on its false function.”

Marriage as we have come to know it is often treated like an exchange of property. Vows typically consist of making idealistic promises designed to restrict and control love. This is not to say that everyone does it this way, but the exceptions are truly rare even in today’s much more sexually liberated culture. The Extremely popular romantic ideals of undying love, of servitude, of the need for approval from family, friends, “God,” “Goddess,” “the Universe,” whatever: all these are accursed bonds of slavery, not of love. If Procrustes didn’t have a honeymoon suite in his hostel, he should have; the whole world would make reservations.

“Seek not to control the will of any other in the matter of Love, setting Limits either to the Will to Love or the Will to seek Elsewhere the Goal of Will. For Love itself is the sole bond; all others set up strains against the Nature of Things: whereby cometh at last the ruin of all.”

The modern institution of marriage still owes much of its Tradition to its origins in the Roman Catholic Church, which reformed the earlier Pagan rites but did not cease in treating the woman as property. Even some Fathers of the Roman Catholic Church advocated virginity over marriage, because of the “governance of a husband and the chains of children” (the possibility of free and sexually active women never apparently entering their imaginations).

Crowley also criticized divorce in a place and time when women were still largely treated as property with nothing to fall back on:

“Marriage is a detestable institution, but the facilities for divorce (introduced ostensibly in the interests of the woman) have cut away the economic ground from under her feet.”

This of course underscores the need for women to have the ability to make their way in the world without a dependence on men. Much has been done to effect this change in the world in the last hundred years or so, but much more needs to be done.

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