Alan Moore

Alan Moore, Alan Oswald Moore, Curt Vile, Jill de Ray, Translucia Baboon

England 1953

Comic book writer, Occultist, very theatrical; Neopaganism; ceremonial magician; wizard; vegetarian; anarchist;


Austin Osman Spare; Aleister Crowley; H. P. Lovecraft; Arthur Machen; William S. Burroughs; Thomas Pynchon; Robert Anton Wilson; Iain Sinclair; Michael Moorcock; Clive Barker; Jack Kirby; Will Eisner; Harvey Kurtzman; Alexander of Abonoteichus of the ancient Roman snake god Glycon;


Neil Gaiman; Joss Whedon; Damon Lindelof;


Steve Moore; Dave Gibbons; Kevin O'Neill;


DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Freemasonry;


The Moon and Serpent Grand Egyptian Theatre of Marvels


Watchmen; V for Vendetta; From Hell; Batman: The Killing Joke; Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?; Swamp Thing; League of Extraordinary Gentlemen; brought his character Promethea through the Tree of Life to meet Aleister Crowley; Neonomicon; many comics, writing a Magick book, occult textbook known as The Moon and Serpent Bumper Book of Magic with Steve Moore; Brought to Light


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