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The Looking-Glass
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re to the end. </WRAP> ON surveying the works of Aleister Crowley the two essential facts that grip our understandi... with no mean lustre on the pages of the works of Aleister Crowley?” Listen. Have any of Crowley’s works been printed //pueris virginibusque//? Ar... contend, but I do not think such homunculi worry Aleister Crowley much. His poetry is his own, and he gives it us a... em to hold a very high position in the opinion of Aleister Crowley. “He is a neurasthenic counter-jumper” certainly
The Virgin
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d mysticism, as a singer of lyrics and love-songs Aleister Crowley remains unsurpassed, unrivalled, among the host o... in more fully when we deal with the philosophy of Aleister Crowley. From Priapus, Phallommeda gains her necessary i... 4.)) </WRAP> Such is one of the most pleasing of Aleister Crowley’s poems; touched by the genuine breath of adorati... t de plaisir.” We know the type well, and so does Aleister Crowley; his Angela, before she fell into the boiling sul
Foreword
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ation of poets – alas, how many and yet how few – Aleister Crowley stands forth with no little of the glory of the g... oy than fear. And so, as we now open the works of Aleister Crowley, we are filled with an exhilarating chain of pang
The Star in the West
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r in the West: A Critical Essay Upon the Works of Aleister Crowley by J F C Fuller}} A Critical Essay Upon the Works of Aleister Crowley By J F C Fuller</TEXT> \\ <TEXT align="center
Preface
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olabe of his mind and in the alembic of his heart Aleister Crowley has opened the book, breaking not only the first ... fficult task. In simple words and complex symbols Crowley has written with St. Leo— “Know, O man, thy digni