Aleister Crowley. 1912. English Occultist, and member - albeit briefly - of the Golden Dawn.

Aleister Crowley. 1912. English Occultist, and member - albeit briefly - of the Golden Dawn.

Aleister Crowley Daughter | Aleister Crowley had a daughter named Nuit Ma Ahathoor Hecate Sappho ...

Aleister Crowley Daughter | Aleister Crowley had a daughter named Nuit Ma Ahathoor Hecate Sappho ...

Leila Waddell(Aleister Crowley’s most infamous muse)Primary inspiration for “The Book of Lies” (1912) - a book of cryptic occult ritual.

Leila Waddell(Aleister Crowley’s most infamous muse)Primary inspiration for “The Book of Lies” (1912) - a book of cryptic occult ritual.

In 1898, heartbroken Cambridge student Aleister Crowley’s love affair with Herbert Charles Jerome Pollitt had ended and he looked to his poetry for comfort. Throughout his writings, Hay not only attacks the moral order, but also relies on the wisdom of Aleister Crowley to buttress his homosexuality.

In 1898, heartbroken Cambridge student Aleister Crowley’s love affair with Herbert Charles Jerome Pollitt had ended and he looked to his poetry for comfort. Throughout his writings, Hay not only attacks the moral order, but also relies on the wisdom of Aleister Crowley to buttress his homosexuality.

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