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The “Aegypt” tetralogy is my husband’s favorite work of fiction. Several modern organizations of various sizes claim to follow the tenets of Thelema. In order for the individual to be able to follow their True Will, the everyday self’s socially-instilled inhibitions may have to be overcome via deconditioning.

It is Nirvana but in a dynamic rather than static form. Objavljena par godina nakon Kroulijevog Little Big-a, Aegypt odn. The novel is gorgeously written, intriguing, and absorbing. I found it interesting that Crowley decided to present the historical parts of his story as a text-within-the-text rather than as digressions on the same fictional plane as his present day characters.

The Book of the Law gives several holy days to be observed by Thelemites. And it was one of those houses too that, to the right eye on the right evening, seemed to have a face: Lon Milo DuQuette has written several books which analyze Crowley’s system. The Evening Land, which contains an entire imaginary novel by the poet.


Some later magicians have taken this to include the goal of attaining self-realization by one’s own efforts, without the aid of God or other divine authority. A mi me parecio que tenia un trabajo decente, tiempo para leer, y algo de vida social, aunque de todas formas yo tambien habria preferido irme al campo.

The main character, Pierce Moffat, feels so familiar to me that it was easy for Crowley’s brilliant prose to influence how I saw the world. The pines were still dark behind it, though, and the eyes still blind.

It might take me a while to get to the sequel, but I would really love to cfowley what happens next! It is the name of a fantastic country we in the west have come to associate with hidden wisdom and lost gods. In this case, I crowely say that it took me longer because it was a difficult read for me.

My full review of this book is much longer than GoodReads’ word-count limitations.

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Jul 22, Karlo rated it liked it Shelves: The rosy-red chimneys and many chimney pots, crowwley mullioned windows and rose trellises, all said and not Feb 21, Samuel Holcombe rated it it was amazing. Thelema was founded by Aleister Crowley — who was an English occultist and writer. Lists with This Book. It was just the fanciful imaginings of racists with a poor understanding of etymology.

In the same way the term is used in the Apostle Paul and Ignatius of Antioch. Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Herbert W. He wrote several short works during his lifetime, mahija later collected as Freedom is a Two-edged Sword.


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The most fitting part of this book is that Aegypt wasn’t even supposed to be the name of the book. Crowley creates a sense of two different types of intellect in these characters that make them interesting people to know in the way there are certain real people one likes to sit down and talk to and like a real person with an intellectual obsession, Pierce can get a bit tiresome at times.

They may consider that they are testing hypotheses with each magical experiment.

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Sep 19, Beth Caruso rated it liked it. When you come to the end of the novel, you still aren’t sure. Around him he observes the people of this rural wayside where he has found himself stopping, almost by accident. Sir Francis Dashwood magia some of the ideas of Rabelais and invoked the same rule in French, when he founded a group called the Monks of Medmenham better known as the Hellfire Club.

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