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As a political essayist, a patriotic poet, and the creator of Winston Churchill’s “V for Victory” sign — a magical foil to Hitler’s Swastika — Aleister Crowley was certainly passionate about politics, especially where it concerned individual liberties. We can … Continue reading
Crowley described race- and class-based prejudice as based “. . . upon the universal sense of individual weakness. . . . It’s fear at the base of the whole pyramid of skulls.” But should it be illegal? Continue reading
The Roman Church has apparently had a hand in the cancellation of a metal music festival in Alcamo, Sicily. The Sikelian Hell metal festival, scheduled for July 22, 23 and 24 has been canceled after the city government of Alcamo forced organizers to stop the festival. Continue reading
We have learned that Ireland has a strict new blasphemy law which came into force on January 1. What we want to know is, does this effectively make Thelema illegal in Ireland?
Today, we will look at Aleister Crowley’s perspectives on marriage and family. Continue reading
We’ve recently learned of death threats against our potential opponent, Mickey Mouse. Please continue reading for our denouncement of this deplorable abuse.
One reason that the question of same-sex marriage is so controversial is that different groups of people define marriage very differently. Marriage has a very particular meaning in Thelema which can inform our ideas and opinions about public policy concerning … Continue reading
Last week, Maine voters repealed a state law which would have allowed same-sex couples to wed, becoming the 31st state in the U.S. to oppose same-sex marriage by a popular vote. Wow. Where do we begin?
One of our Facebook fans told us that he plans to vote for Aleister Crowley in 2012 because:
Some of our readers have brought up the concern that propaganda may not be what Aleister Crowley really needs at this time. Our candidate, however, would disagree: