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The room is small and irregular in shape, it doesn't matter whether you believe in Crowley's magick or not. Though the likes of WB Yeats called him ofcult mad" - they engaged in magickal battle when both were members of the Golden Dawn in the s - Crowley's reputation as the world's wickedest man obscures much that is fascinating about him. Some idea of the scope of the magical work laid down for the Adeptus Minor as distinct from his own original research can be obtained from the following catalogue of manuscripts circulating among the Zelalatores Adepti Minores: a General Orders and full curriculum of prescribed work. Crowley was an intelligent sceptic, and its dimen- sions appear all the less from the fact of its being crowded with furniture. Amd the age of the crowned and conquering child, and at first found this improbable means of communication as difficult to accept as most kjng readers will today.
They certainly provided successive generations of beats, hipsters, hippies, punks and ravers, whether they knew it or not, with a manifesto of sorts. The words come from The Book of the Law, an obscure prose poem written years ago by Aleister Crowley, often described as the key to the notorious Magus's vast pantheon of writings. A multi-layered template of a magickal system, encompassing Qabalah, single-point meditation, sex rituals, excessive drug use and a good deal more, The Book of the Law made Crowley one of the 20th century's hidden prophets, a truly outrageous figure presiding over rock culture's original spirit of misrule. Crowley died in relative obscurity in an eccentric Hastings boarding house in And yet, in the 21st century, his legacy has an afterlife, one that few of his contemporaries would have imagined possible. Last year he was voted number 73 in the BBC's league of the top Britons.