Absinthe: The Green Goddess by Aleister Crowley T-Shirt

Absinthe: The Green Goddess by Aleister Crowley T-Shirt

Absinthe: The Green Goddess by Aleister Crowley T-Shirt

“Absinthe: The Green Goddess” it’s an essay written in 1918 in the legendary Old Absinthe House in New Orleans and first published in The International. In this essay Crowley extols the inspirational virtues of Read more Absinthe: The Green Goddess by Aleister Crowley T-Shirt

Current 93 – HoneySuckle Aeons (2011)

Labeled apocalyptic folk, experimental music, dark ambient, neofolk, even post-industrial and musical influences include religious chants, traditional folk music, but also some progressive bands such as Yes, King Crimson, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Current 93 it’s hell of a trip musically and literally. David Michael Bunting aka David Tibet renamed “Tibet” by Genesis P-Orridge are what we usually called a weirdo. He took off from preoccupation with mysticism, mostly influenced by the works of Aleister Crowley and ended up stating that he now identifies himself as a Christian. Kind of backward trip of Crowley. 😀 Still, he kept in he’s project name the number “93”, number of great significance in Thelema, the religious philosophy founded by Crowley. (The central philosophy of Thelema is in two phrases from Liber AL: “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law” and “Love is the law, love under will.” The two primary terms in these statements are “Will” and “Love”, respectively. In the Greek language, they are Thelema (Will) and Agape (Love). Using the Greek technique of isopsephy, which applies a numerical value to letters, the letters of both of these words when added together equal 93).  Read more Current 93 – HoneySuckle Aeons (2011)

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Chemical Wedding (2008)

Many times, many people asked me about Aleister Crowley. Crowley was at least an interesting figure above all the facts and fictions around him, his life, his works and… Magick. Some says he was nothing, but a clown or worst, a pervert, others argue on he was a genius or a madman. Oscar Wilde said “Aleister Crowley is a madman who thinks he is Aleister Crowley” – and I think this is the essence of everything we possibly can say about Crowley before we getting ridiculous.
Crowley has remained an influential figure and is widely thought of as the most influential occultist of all time, but also he gained widespread notoriety during his lifetime, and was denounced in the popular press of the day as “the wickedest man in the world” because of his eccentricity. Crowley enjoyed being a figure of controversy and frequently deliberately provoked it among his peers and in the media. I actually read a lot about Crowley and I read most of his writings as well, but more as I read, more confused I get. And “Chemical Wedding”, the film directed by Julian Doyle based on an original screenplay by Bruce Dickinson, the frontman of Iron Maiden, will not bring you further to the truth. Read more Chemical Wedding (2008)