Aleister Crowley, The Book Of Law - Cairo - 1928, Liber XV O.T.O - The Gnostic Mass - 1915, Moonchild - 1929
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Aleister Crowley - General Pagan - The White Goddess

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Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Aleister Crowley

Aleister Crowley

Aleister Crowley

The Book Of Law - Cairo - 1928

Nuit - the Star Goddess - represents infinite space.
Hadit - the Earth God - represents the atom
Ra-Hoor-Khuit - the War God - represents the unity of all things

Liber XV O.T.O - The Gnostic Mass - 1915
Trinity of Chaos
The Father of Life, one secret and ineffable Lord, of whose fire we are created.
Babalon, one Earth, the Mother of us all, who Womb wherein all men are begotten and wherein they shall rest.
Baphomet, the Serpent and the Lion

Moonchild - 1929

The Evolving Triple Goddess

For she is Artemis or Diana, sister of the sun, a shining Virgin Goddess, then Isis-initiatrix, who brings to man all light and purity, and is the link of his animal soul with his eternal self, and she is Peresphone or Proserpine, a soul of double nature, living half upon the earth and half in hades... and thirdly she is Hecate, a thing altogether of Hell, barren, hideous and malicious, the queen of death and evil witchcraft.

Artemis is unassailable, a being fine and radiant.
Peresephone, the woman in the fulness of life.
Hecate is the crone, the woman past all hope of motherhood, her soul black with envy and hatred of happier mortals.

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