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We would like to take a moment to thank Russell Brand for helping to raise awareness about Aleister Crowley in the lead-up to the 2012 election.
The headline in the Daily Mail should be “Savage Rapist in Wales Convicted.” Sadly, however, this sensationalist tabloid chose to play up bigoted buzz-words to unfairly malign all who take the writings of Aleister Crowley seriously.
Not sure if Aleister Crowley is the right candidate? Here are ten more reasons to support the AC2012 campaign.
Now that the Red State Update Ad for Aleister Crowley in 2012 has over 10,000 views, here’s a handy guide for viewers to the references and symbolism contained in the video.
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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
This won’t be the last time that we’ll hear that some drama llamas on the INTARWEBZ think Crowley’s political opinions offensive. But hey, who are they kidding? This is AC2012: a write-in presidential campaign for a dead, British, solar-phallic sex magician … Continue reading
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Last week, Maine voters repealed a state law which would have allowed same-sex couples to wed, becoming the 31st state in the U.S. to oppose same-sex marriage by a popular vote.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?
This is late for coming out day, but we figure it’s never a bad time to promote sexual freedom. Here is a lovely quote from ol’ AC: