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Enochian Magick Reference, version 0.8
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of attributes for all the squares can be found in Aleister Crowley’s //Liber LXXXIX vel Chanokh//. Golden Dawn magi... amid method to the angels of the Heptarchia. === Aleister Crowley === Aleister Crowley’s work with the Enochian magick generally follows the Golden Dawn system. He is known primari... Quoting Israel Regardie, from his introduction to Aleister Crowley’s //The Vision and the Voice//: <WRAP indent> On
The Illusion of the Abyss
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century, among the many occultists influenced by Aleister Crowley, the term has taken on a specific reference to th... ate into a transcendental or "enlightened" state. Crowley called this process "Crossing the Abyss". Crowley's description of the process is highly dramatic and equ... ily-grasped image, however mistaken it might be. Crowley perceived the "Abyss" as a literal gap in the stu
aeonpers @norton:papers
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hey are also a depiction of the relations between Aleister Crowley, representing Horus, and Charles Stansfield Jones... in Jones' increasingly vicious verbal attacks on Crowley. The eagle aspect was needed so that Set could co
Goetia @norton:classics:goetia
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The New Aeon: A Consideration of the Astrological Symbolism
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n his night house Pisces. To borrow a phrase from Aleister Crowley, God was linked to man through the Vision and the
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ng a true picture of the realm with a false one. Aleister Crowley's visions of the Thirty Aethyrs provide a case in
Preface @norton:classics:goetia
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ta, and the Books M. and Q. did decide to ask Mr. Aleister Crowley, a poet, and skilled student of //Magical Lore//,
liber31 @norton:achad:misc
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er 1918, the single copy having been delivered to Aleister Crowley by mail early in September 1919 and since lost or