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from the look-for-the-union-label dept.
I am a young male (18 years old) who currently calls himself a "Pagan." I suppose I mean Neo-Pagan or Wiccan by this, but those terms are far too "New Age" and trendy for my tastes.
For the past year or so, I've been heavily reading alot of Aleister Crowley's works. I have a hard time distinguishing whether Therion is a Pagan, a Christian, or something of both.
I consider Thelema to be more of a philosophy than a religion (In Crowley's mind, that was a dirty word, anyway). I'm strongly leaning toward adopting it as a personal code.
Before I step any further along this path, I was wondering about the opinions of more experienced Thelemites (and intelligent ones at that!)
So, in no particular order:
Well, I know this site is not about Paganism, but I thought maybe I would ask anyway. In the end, the only opinion that counts is mine, but I would be interested in hearing yours as well.
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