Monthly Archives: October 2018
10 unverified claims of the eccentric mystic and the most famous marginalist of the XX century Aleister Crowley
Someone calls Aleister Crowley a philosopher and occultist, someone a great black magician, a follower of Edgar PoE and a predecessor of Burroughs. But the fact remains that without this man, the counterculture of the twentieth century would have lost its most original features-dedication and marginality. After himself, he left ambiguous literary works – from a guide to magic to extreme erotic novels, as well as many myths and legends that cover his person. In our review, there are 10 statements by Crowley that cannot be proved or disproved today
During world war II, Crowley was friends with the spy Ian Fleming, author of the James bond novels. Some said that Crowley himself was a spy, while others claim that he was conducting propaganda to persuade the Americans to join the war on the side of the British. Continue reading
The 20th century will go down in history as a time of active development of industry, but even at a time when it would seem that the middle Ages with its chimeras have sunk into oblivion, there were unusual individuals who claimed that they can communicate with spirits and other entities that reveal them “true wisdom”. In our review, 10 incredible stories that you can believe, and you can treat as a fairy tale.
Alice Bailey, who was born in 1880 in Manchester, worked as an Evangelist in Ireland and India. She married and settled in the United States to study theology. In 1915, she became interested in theosophy and tried to integrate her esoteric teachings with the strict Christian teachings she had known since childhood. Continue reading