Thursday, 24 October 2013

Crowley: Thoughts & Perspectives, Volume Two



OFT-MALIGNED and endlessly portrayed as the archetypal epitome of evil incarnate, there is little doubt that Aleister Crowley systematically cultivated and embellished his characteristic notoriety and even today he still performs an inadvertently posthumous role as the perennial bĂȘte noire. This new book examines Crowley's work in relation to Aiwass and Gnosticism, war and vengeance, Politics, Law and the Dionysian perspective, as well as discussing his mountaineering exploits, thoughts on self-mutilation and taking a more practical look at Thelemic magick itself. An illustrious roll-call of contributors includes David Beth, Troy Southgate, Dr. George J. Sieg, Vadge Moore, K.R. Bolton, Damon Zacharias, Keith Preston, Christopher Pankhurst, Hekate Perseia and Julius Evola.

May 2011, Black Front Press, paperback, 210pp. Second edition, 2012. Cover design by Jeff Harrison.

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