Aleister Crowley & Thelema

Rust, Blood and Bone – Art Exhibition

Rust, Blood and Bone – Art Exhibition

TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 2017 SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 2017 10:00 am – 11:00 pm Mortuary Chapel, Walcot Street Bath, England, BA1 5BG. — An exhibition of the art of Charlotte Rodgers, Victoria Musson and Katie Pollard, exploring the contemporary alchemical ingredients of Rust, Blood and Bone. Scattered throughout the exhibition will be impressive punctuations of...

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Rosicrucian Chess of the Golden Dawn *****Coming Soon!*****

This is the first in a trio of books that together form The Complete Enochian Chess. Enochian Chess in part comes from the Elizabethan system of Enochian Magic originated by the Court Astrologer, Dr John Dee. It was developed into its current form in Victorian times by SL MacGregor Mathers and William Wynn Westcott....

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Crowley – A Beginners Guide

“Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.” Nearly seventy years after his death Aleister Crowley, the notorious Beast 666, is only just beginning to attract serious academic attention. Even so we would not expect to find him on any mainstream university courses; he is still too much associated with occultism....

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Wormwood Star (revised & enlarged)

This New Edition features fascinating new insights and info, as well as over 20 new images. In the first ever biography written about her, Wormwood Star traces the extraordinary life of the enigmatic artist Marjorie Cameron, one of the most fascinating figures to emerge from the American Underground art world and film scene. Born...

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Elmer Crowley

Bless me, curse me. For better or worse, my fallopian fall into matter. . . After making careful preparations to ensure himself a proper reincarnation, the dying ALEISTER CROWLEY flubs one syllable of the magickal incantation . . . and comes back as ELMER FUDD. ———————– back story on this publication David Aronson has...

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Nightshades

“Nightshades is the record of one remarkable magician’s exploration of the inverse regions of the Tree of Life. Aleister Crowley’s Liber 231 provides the map and Kenneth Grant’s Nightside of Eden a travelogue. “Liber 231, apparently started life as a text within the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, as an exercise to develop...

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Aleister Crowley

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I, Crowley

‘I never killed Raoul Loveday with a magical spell.’ Aleister Crowley, otherwise known as the Beast 666, shared membership of the Golden Dawn with W.B. Yeats, and publishers with D.H. Lawrence. Now in a beyond-the-grave autobiography, he recounts his own vocation, his practice of sex magic, and his bruising encounters with his contemporaries. The...

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Thelemic Magick I

Contents include: Stephen Ashe Short address on Liber Al and 50 gates of Babalon; Shantidevi Liber Samekh and Holy Guardian Angel Snoo Wilson, Aleister Crowley – Great Idea of the Twentieth Century Robert Ansell, Austin Spare- Life in Pictures (summary); Mick Staley The Mysteries of LAM; Steve Nicholls Enochian Magick; Dave Lee Cut-ups and...

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SYBARITE AMONG THE SHADOWS

Extract from SYBARITE AMONG THE SHADOWS For Dylan Thomas centenary: After a sinister encounter with Aleister Crowley in a Soho pub, Dylan Thomas visits his mentor Victor Neuberg, formerly the Beast’s principal follower. Everything else in the book follows on from this reputedly true event. Dylan was standing by the bookcase squinting at the...

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The Magical Dilemma of Victor Neuburg

To mark the centenary of Dylan Thomas, here’s an extract from JOF’s book that narrates her first meeting with the soon to be famous poet: “We agreed to Zoists”: Dylan Thomas & the Occultist Victor Neuburg (Aleister Crowley’s lover & collaborator) “We agreed to Zoists. Runia wanted us to have badges, ‘so that one...

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THE BOOKS OF THE BEAST

Timothy d’Arch Smith is a well-known bibliographer, reviewer and antiquarian bookseller with a special interest in the by-ways of literature, notably the occult and the curious. For Aleister Crowley a book was a talisman and their every part right down to colour, dimension, and price was symbolic. He also used magical techniques to gain...

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Aleister Crowley – A Modern Master

  Aleister Crowley’s appeal on the level of popular culture has been well catered for by a number of biographies that have appeared in recent years, but the more intellectual side to him, which is equally fascinating, has not received so much serious treatment. Crowley, A Modern Master is neither an account of his...

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Energy Work in Embodied Magic – Dave Lee at Treadwell’s Bookshop

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Treadwell’s Bookshop, 33 Store Street, WC1E 7BS, London. Hours: 11-7pm weekdays | 12-7pm Saturday and Sunday. Telephone: 020 7419 8507 / Email: info@treadwells-london.com —...

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Behind the Scenes & into the Magic

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Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, The Harbour, Boscastle, North Cornwall, PL35 0HD. SATURDAY, MAY, 27th, 2017. Starts 10:00 am til 4:00 pm. Booking is...

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Grimoires, Goetia, Enochiana, Solomonic Magick – David Rankine & Stephen Skinner

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For centuries, Grimoires have fascinated the public’s imagination. People often ask us about how they could learn more about this topic and what books...

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The Atlantis Bookshop

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Located a few steps away from the British Museum, The Atlantis Bookshop is open since 1922 and is a London landmark of prestigious occult...

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Watkins Books

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Located in the heart of London’s West End theater district, off the Charring Cross Road, near Leicester Square Tube station, Watkins is the capital’s...

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