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In December, we announced a comics contest featuring Aleister Crowley 2012. We’ve received a lot of submissions. Check out the best entries below! Advertisements
If you like to make comics or graphics, and you love Aleister Crowley 2012, submit your work to the AC2012 Comic Contest! Read on for the contest rules:
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UPDATE OCT 29 2011: Click here to watch the recorded debate. The Aleister Crowley vs. Vermin Supreme debate will be streamed live from Salem, Massachusetts at http://bit.ly/ac-vs, 8:00pm EST (20:00 GMT -0400). Read on for complete details, and learn how … Continue reading
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
As the Summer of 2011 draws to a close, the 2012 Presidential election season is fully upon us. The switch is down. The time is now! Aleister Crowley needs your support, now more than ever. Here’s how you can help.
Aleister Crowley 2012 will appear on the back cover of the next issue of Sinical Magazine. Read on to learn about the magazine, check out the front cover of the next issue, and see the AC2012 ad which will fill … 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.