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What Thelema Means to Me, part one

Geez, I feel like I’m about to write “what I did on my summer vacation.” Actually, I have two motives here. The first is, I’ve accepted a challenge to complete several Thelemic tasks and this is one of them, and secondly, I don’t want anyone who might actually read the tripe I write to think all I do is bitch and moan about things (see previous blog entires for bitching and moaning). 299 more words

Women Magicians as Victims

At this point I’m going to write in generalities and not name names.  The person who has my ire up is undoubtedly not the only one with these ideas, and may not be the only one blogging about them. 995 more words

There's no point in living if you have boring sex.

I stand here in a small enchanted spot that stands at the intersection between my favorite esoteric realms of sexuality: PUA, BDSM, Polyamory… 612 more words



I sat down with my 12-string acoustic guitar earlier today, with the idea that I would write a song.

The action on the guitar is very high, so it requires a lot of effort to fret notes clearly. 291 more words


The lie of "forgiveness"

I’ve been hearing an awful lot lately from self-help gurus about forgiveness. We are exhorted to forgive because otherwise we are holding onto resentment and bitterness, and the only person suffering is us. 930 more words

New Aeon Initiation: Embrace of the World

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

NOTE: written originally on April 14, 2009

3) Embrace of the World

“Enjoy all things of sense and rapture…” – Liber AL vel Legis II:22…

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Lilly F Lie reblogged this on Bad Kitten Creations and commented:

Hello kittens, I enjoyed this very much. “The Formula of the Scarlet Woman” communicates it's philosophy very well indeed. I am drawn to it's imagery.

Aleister Crowley and the Real Distinction Between the Artist and the Bourgeois

Halloween is all about horror, mystery and sin – and who better depicts these qualities than a famous black magician and occultist Aleister Crowley?

With his compulsion for sin and blasphemy, … 572 more words