Thelemic Symposium Oct 27

with Colin Campbell, Mike Estell, and Kerry Kurowski Salem, MA, Sat., Oct. 27, 2012 EV.

Introductions

Thelemic Symposium begins with the panelists introducing themselves by way of biographical and/or editorial commentary explaining their perspective on Thelema and how they came to embrace it.

About Colin Campbell About Mike Estell About Kerry . . . → Read More: Thelemic Symposium Oct 27

Thelemic Symposium at KTO

with James Strain, Anna Tsu, and Frater Puck Salem, MA, Sat., Oct. 29, 2011 EV.

Introductions

Thelemic Symposium begins with the panelists introducing themselves by way of biographical and/or editorial commentary explaining their perspective on Thelema and how they came to embrace it.

About James Strain About Anna Tsu About Frater . . . → Read More: Thelemic Symposium at KTO

Ida Craddock: Sexual Outlaw and Erotic Mystic, with Vere Chappell

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David Shoemaker: The System of Aleister Crowley’s A∴A∴: Methods and Tools of Attainment

Dr. Shoemaker is a leading expert on the A∴A∴, the system of personal and spiritual development created by Aleister Crowley, and is known for his entertaining and down-to-earth explanations of such arcane subjects as ceremonial magick and Qabalah.

In this lecture, Dr. Shoemaker will discuss the major training “tracks” within the A∴A∴ and show how . . . → Read More: David Shoemaker: The System of Aleister Crowley’s A∴A∴: Methods and Tools of Attainment

Crowley and Skeat

Walter W Skeat in 1888 issued what was then considered the pinnacle of philogical research in four volumes called An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language.  Later in 1910 it was revised, enlarged, and reset into one book. It remained unsurpassed until Oxford in 1966 issued their Dictionary of English Etymology. Our Prophet, the . . . → Read More: Crowley and Skeat

More on Cefalu

From  The Register:

“Those with a taste for the occult and a more than a few quid to spare might be interested in viewing the Sicilian cottage where “wickedest man in the world” Aleister Crowley once held court.”

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Perdurabo Contest

CONTEST: Be the first kid on your blog to have a copy of “Perdurabo”…signed by the author! In 200 words or less, tell us what Aleister Crowley represents to you and post it on the Perdurabo Facebook fan page wall at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Perdurabo/140939835919248. [Alternatively, you can post it elsewhere—e.g., …LiveJournal, WordPress, Blogspot—but you *must* post . . . → Read More: Perdurabo Contest