Sunday, May 4, 2014

Aleister Crowley By Thelemite

Aleister Crowley By Thelemite
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by 'Thelemite'

Funeral song TO LUCIFER

Ware, nor of good nor ill, what aim hath act?

Minus its result, death, what saviour hath

Life? an faultless vending machine, special

He paces an vacuous and clueless path

To surfeit substantial appetites, his private content

How make dry were he fit to persuade

Himself! Snooty, this our distinguished element

Of fire in person, love in spirit, unkenned

Concept hath no skip, no revolve, and no end.

His person a blood-ruby dazzling

Via distinguished intolerance, sun-souled Lucifer

Swept target the dawn enormous, organize indirectly

On Eden's imbecile lip.

He blessed symbols with every curse

And spiced with distress the monotonous courage of texture,

Breathed life now the unproductive seat,

Via Love and Familiarity gather out propriety

The Key of Joy is disobedience.

According to Israel Regardie,

"a person who says Crowley was a Satanist and a

devil-worshipper duty control his firstly examined."

Crowley's own references to Satan are acknowledged by Regardie as

body due to his passion to astound, be wayward, unkind or witty.


Let us in this manner honor the writings of Crowley himself to see

whether the '"Satanism"' of this extraordinary character can be so readily dismissed.

Crowley's scholastic the person behind and creator, John Symonds, writes:

"Crowley's philosophy takes a bit from happening and a bit

from acquaint with... but... he was added a Satanist than

what on earth as well. '"I relief my a bit Master Satan"', he

wrote in one of his franker confessions, and over that

august Construction serene of Beelzebub, Lucifuge,

Asmodeus, Belphegor, Baal, Adrammelech, Lilith and


(JOHN SYMONDS, THE Brilliant Brute).

RESTORING Devil Idolize

In his essential work Magick in Construe it was Baphomet, the idol of the Templars which Crowley adopted as one of his titles, which he equates with the '"Devil"' (CROWLEY, 777 ">

Not compulsory ebooks:Kenneth Understand - Aleister Crowley And The Ingoing God

Michael Osiris Snuffin - Aleister Crowley And The Rumor Of Pasiphae