Si Valetis, Valeo!
By Gerald del Campo / July 16, 2018
Dear Friend, Si Vales, Valeo Thank you for your question regarding political responsibility and Thelema. What a sticky subject. I...Read More
By Gerald del Campo / July 9, 2018
Dear Friend, Si Vales, Valeo You want to know if the experience you have had with "slut shaming" is typical...Read More
By Gerald del Campo / July 2, 2018
Si Vales, Valeo Why am I so adamant about creating new rituals? Using another person's rituals with the intent of...Read More
By Gerald del Campo / June 25, 2018
Why does it have to take so long? Why are there so many obstacles in the way? How can I...Read More
By Gerald del Campo / June 18, 2018
Dear Friends: Si Valetis, Valeo The political climate we are under right now depresses me in the most profound way....Read More
By Gerald del Campo / June 11, 2018
Dear Brother: Si Vales, Valeo Thanks for your question. There are indeed people who think that a Thelemite doing his...Read More
By Gerald del Campo / June 4, 2018
I lost my mojo, I feel empty, I can't seem to concentrate on spiritual matters, I am finding it difficult...Read More
By Gerald del Campo / May 28, 2018
Rather than reinvent the wheel, and write something new about the relationship between magick, music and the occult for this...Read More
By Gerald del Campo / May 21, 2018
What is an Aeon? Why must we understand all religion to have a clear understanding of Thelema? Are the old...Read More
By Gerald del Campo / May 14, 2018
What is a selfless act? Isn't it our nature to only act in our own best self-interest? Dear Friend: Si...Read More
The Order of Thelemic Knights (OTK) is both a Gnostic and Thelemic organization founded in 1999. We serve the Thelemic community and the greater society of mankind. Known for the charitable deeds of its members, the Order of Thelemic Knights also serves individuals in the Gnostic Thelemic community through The Gnostic Thelemic Church of Alexandria. The Order is a modern fraternal organization whose aim is to enable its members to reach the ideal balance between soldiering and religion. We wish to lead each member to the life of the Spiritual Warrior. We lead by requiring each member to adhere to an honorable and chivalric code of conduct. These disciplines carry within them a power of immense potential. As a result, our fraternity is truly fashioned after the New Aeon. Members of the Order of Thelemic Knights are invited to initiate into the system and participate in the mysteries of the Order. A careful screening process identifies their potential for making meaningful contributions to society. Especially relevant is the Order’s ethical value system. Reflected in The Eleven Virtues of Thelemic Knighthood, these virtues have an esoteric meaning in addition to their common meaning. These meanings are known to its initiated members. We encourage members to develop these virtues and also recognize them in others regardless of race, creed, religion, gender, or sexuality.
- Nobility: Poise and elegance in both word and deed.
- Discernment: Piercing all glamour to see the Truth in one’s self and in others.
- Pride: Having a true sense of one’s worth.
- Compassion: The vice of Kings!
- Fidelity: Loyalty to one’s self, one’s comrades and to one’s word.
- Passion: To do all with love under will.
- Strength: The body is the Temple of God.
- Discipline: Perseverance, that the Work may be accomplished.
- Self Reliance: Only a free man may walk our path.
- Hospitality: To share what one has with others, especially those far from home.
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Gerald del Campo was born in Cordoba, Argentina in 1960. He is a practicing magician, student of comparative religion and mythology and an Apostolic Bishop. He founded The Order of Thelemic Knight and The Thelemic Gnostic Church of Alexandria in 1999. He is a published author and writes prolifically on the social/philosophical aspects of Thelema. Many of his writings have been translated into various languages and some have become either recommended or required reading at various universities around the world.
April del Campo
April del Campo is a 45-year old artist that lives in the Pacific Northwest with her daughter, husband, four chickens and a bunny. She found Thelema through friends and in 1992 she realized that there was a term and a way of life that she had been living all along. She enjoys that Thelema is elastic enough to evolve with humanity; that it is a singular, personal philosophy that can be celebrated in large groups without the need to create dogma.
Sapere Aude, also known as Michael Walden, is very interested in the social and psychological implications of Thelema in today's world. Born in 1963, he is a magician and long time student of the occult, psychology and philosophy. He hates writing things like this. Hey, don't even start - every student has certain psychological.. *ahem* ..
Babble babble bitch bitch Rebel rebel party party Sex sex sex and don't forget the violence Blah blah blah got your lovey-dovey sad-and-lonely Stick your stupid slogan in Everybody sing along - Marilyn Manson
I Dare You
If we grudgingly submit to Fate and allow ourselves to be slowly pushed along by the Evolutionary process, we cannot expect much comfort or success. We are practically slaves, little better than animals.
If, on the other hand, we accept Divine Law, search our Hearts in the effort at all times to discover the Will of God within us, and to put our personal will in line with the Divine; we shall become Men and Women with a True Purpose.
We shall step on the Road of Destiny with a certainty and Courage which will be a living example and help to all around us. We cannot teach better than by example. Let us then seek constantly to do the Will of God which is our own True will, and we shall soon realize:
There is no law beyond: Do What Thou Wilt! – Frater Achad