Aliester Crowley The Great Beast

Aliester Crowley The Great Beast Cover He rebelled against Christian morality in many ways. He employed male and female prostitutes. He joined the occult Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and similar secret societies. Crowley believed he was the Anti-Christ and called his first wife, Rose Kelly, "The Whore of Babylon." They had two children whom he sexually abused.

Rose was unstable, went insane and spent the rest of her life in an insane asylum. Crowley found a replacement, Leah Hirsig. They moved to Sicily where he founded the Abbey of Thelema. He wrote The Book of the Law, which included his version of the Law of Thelema: “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.”

The creed was to do what one wanted without regard for the impact it could have on others, including all forms of sex perversions, drinking animals’ blood and sacrifices. Invoking demons and activities practiced in ancient Roman orgies were part of the rituals. When Mussolini expelled him from Sicily, Crowley moved to France and was later asked to leave because of his heroin dealings.

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