Aleister Crowley


anyone else read DIARY OF A DRUG FIEND?

>>By chino   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:56)

i have read diary of a drug fiend, classic crowley fiction

>>By yes   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:56)

i don't think he has much in common with dr suess like this gnod does fnord

>>By yes   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:56)

I am a neophyte in the ways of true magick, though i have been practicing for around 6 years, and i feel drawn Sir Crowley's works. Should anyone knowledgable read this, please find it in yourself to offer me guidance. I can be contacted online at :

if you contact me online, we can make arrangements for other means of communication. Thank you sincerely,

The Darkest Chylde

>>By Darkest Chylde   (Saturday, 12 Apr 2003 23:59)

wasn't he just a coccaine crazed headcase

>>By mark   (Friday, 20 Jun 2003 04:52)

to darkest chylde

read "demistifying the beast " can't remember the auther . it is a very good read and you will more than likely change your mind or at least learn a hell of a lot more about the inner person that was Aleister Crowley . Also if you can get a copy of SOLOMANS TEMPLE you will see where Crowley got his ideals from .. He was a clever man and used his inteligence to get what he wanted from people . He certainley new how to use and manipulate people

>>By joe   (Friday, 20 Jun 2003 05:03)

Aleister Crowley? Lol! An interesting character indeed. Basically deluded, but that's not to say that his 'area' of expertise or interest is nonsense, as it isn't atall. Its certain that very few are able to really understand what he's on about- he appeals to the sensationalist fringe pop culture type of occultism. True and genuine seekers of truth and enlightenment should look elsewhere.
Jimmy Page of Led Zeppeloin once owned Crowleys home in Scotland. There was said to be a great 'secret' about his own personal icon he used in the band... Well that's great PR and gave the band an air of mystery. The secret was that there was no secret... mind you I think that Led Zeppelin will NEVER ever be equalled as a rock band.

>>By martian2   (Thursday, 13 May 2004 00:31)

What a chartlatan

>>By Liberty   (Tuesday, 25 May 2004 23:27)

I know a fair bit about him, having been initiated into the O.T.O. I love hsi story fo teh haggis hunt in Scotland!


>>By Arune   (Wednesday, 26 May 2004 03:19)

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