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The following quotation from Aleister Crowley in his Confessions covers many topics in a minuscule space, including fascism, communism, democracy, religion, the role of Thelema in the political and religious landscapes of the New Aeon, and more.
Some of Aleister Crowley’s supporters are conflicted about whether to vote for Aleister Crowley or the Libertarian Party candidate, Gary Johnson. Some have pointed out that, unlike Aleister Crowley, Gary Johnson is alive, American, running for President, and actually on … Continue reading
What would Aleister Crowley think about the Occupy movement, the financial crisis, and the 99%? We can speculate on what he might think, given a few of the things that he said about similar subjects in his own time.
We’ve had a bit of a break from blog posts recently, due to the intense preparations for the upcoming debate vs. Vermin Supreme. In spite of this, Aleister Crowley continues to gain new supporters in the U.S. and all over … Continue reading
Some supporters of Aleister Crowley have mentioned that Ron Paul shares many of Aleister Crowley’s political views. While it’s true that Ron Paul upholds the liberty of the individual as a core principle of his campaign, there is at least … Continue reading
Infowars has been promoting its “V for Victory” campaign with the slogan, “The Answer to 1984 is 1776.” Alex Jones, you’re living in the past, man.
A few people have said we’re just trying to make money with Aleister Crowley’s face. While we certainly wouldn’t object if thousands of people elected to buy an Aleister Crowley 2012 t-shirt, the truth is a bit more complex.