Welcome to Thelemic Logos!
Aleister Crowley was born 12th of October 1875 and celebrated his greater feast on the 1st of December 1947. He created
a philosophy (some argue religion) called "Thelema". This website explores topics which are likely to be of interest
to practitioners of Thelema. Crowley was an occultist, mystic, hedonist, and sexual revolutionary, but the thing which he
possibly excelled best at, was write.
This is not a beginner's "intro to Thelema" site; rather it is a site for those involved in Thelema and other
forms of religious/spiritual gnosis to communicate about their experiences and ideas through the art and science of the written
Words themselves have been long associated with divinity. The scribes who had the ability to write in ancient socities
were those with power, and even in non-literate societies, those who spoke the myths led the tribe. Words are ideas in their
communicative form; and ideas are what make leaders out of mankind. Those who can harness the power of the word, written or
spoken, are the ones we remember through history.
Henry David Thoreau, American philosopher, said: "A written word is the choicest of relics. It is something at once
more intimate with us and more universal than any other work of art. It is the work of art nearest to life itself. It may
be translated into every language, and not only be read but actually breathed from all human lips; not be represented on canvas
or in marble only, but be carved out of the breath of life itself. The symbol of an ancient man's thought becomes a modern
man's speech." It is in aspiration to this sentiment that I aim to write, and communicate.
Topics to be covered may include sexuality, mysticism, magick, kaballah, orders and organizations, personal experiences,
et. al. The topics are often in essay format.
For an introduction to Thelema please visit the suggested sites on the: