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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
In one of our most popular posts, we listed ten myths about Aleister Crowley which we refuted within this blog. We also revealed some interesting facts about Crowley in our guide to the AC2012 campaign ad. Now, we offer ten myths … 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.
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
While this website was created with the idea of promoting a write-in campaign to elect Aleister Crowley President of the United States, the idea has spread to other countries, including one which Aleister Crowley held dear — Ireland.
Financial crises–like the one currently threatening Ireland, Portugal, Spain, and the whole European Union–can be extremely complex. Aleister Crowley would admonish us to observe a simple solution, and the answer to all crises, which cuts to the core of every … Continue reading
All prohibition of alcohol and drugs would be promptly ended by Aleister Crowley if he were elected President. Not only is the very idea of prohibition blasphemous from the perspective of the New Aeon, but as we can see looking … Continue reading
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