The Gods We Feed

What really drew me to Thelema initially was three-fold the introduction to Magick in Theory and Practice, in which Crowley states “I had written this book to help the banker, pugilist, the biologist, the poet, the navy, the grocer, the factory girl, the mathematician, the stenographer, the golfer, the wife,…

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Look How Far We’ve Come. Really?

This is addressed not to just society as a whole, but especially to those who consider themselves Thelemites. Should we really be patting ourselves on the back saying, “Oh, look how far we’ve come”? A small offering of some randomly selected, yet somehow connected thoughts. Consider This: “Observe for yourselves…

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Liber Librae

0. Learn first— Oh thou who aspirest unto our ancient Order!— that Equilibrium is the basis of the Work. If thou thyself hast not a sure foundation, whereon wilt thou stand to direct the forces of Nature? 1. Know then, that as man is born into this world amidst the Darkness of…

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Pet Peeves

A reader wants to know what are some of the things that Thelemites do to show Thelema in a bad light. Si Vales, Valeo Of course I have problems with hypocrisy. So, here are a few of my pet peeves. And I should preface that these things bother me because…

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On “Strong Thelemites”

When thinking about what others should do, always try to evaluate how your ideas would effect others, and whether or not you would like being subject to the same requirements. Si Vales, Valeo OK. So you think Thelemites should be strong. I get it, and maybe I also agree. But…

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