The truth about aleister crowley
Aleister Crowley Quotes (Author of The Book of the Law)
CROWLEY SANK THE TITANIC!
Debra Kelly , Updated July 1, He left behind an incredibly rich history of teachings and beliefs, not to mention more than a few outrageous claims. Since we know what happened at the end of the war, it goes without saying that he was right—if, that is, he did do what he claimed. At the time, he was friends or at least acquaintances with real-life super-spy Ian Fleming. Just what kind of impact Crowley had in the war years is up for debate. There are some claims that he was a spy and some saying that, even going back to World War I, he was posing as a German supporter to drum up a significant amount of crazy in order to help sway the Americans to join the war on the side of the British.
Iceberg story is cover-up for Satanic Sacrifice
He was denounced in his own time for his decadent lifestyle and had few followers, but he became a cult figure after his death., Astrid Mclymont , Updated June 18, Born Edward Alexander Crowley in , Crowley was a pansexual, mystic, occultist, ceremonial magician, deviant, recreational drug experimenter, poet and accomplished mountaineer who was also known as Frater Perdurabo and The Great Beast
Crowley's doctrine of truth and falsehood is easily misunderstood. It recurs often in his system and is the central theme of his well-liked poetic book of Qabala, the Book of Lies. Contradiction to Crowley was not a problem but a sign of a higher mystical understanding transcending the rational. Ordinary understanding is held to be inadequate to engage Truth and in fact it is thought to be in the way. A standard preparation for the Ordeal of the Abyss is to constantly multiply contradictions in one's mind, each thought contradicting the previous, until the trance known in yoga as samadhi is attained.