Thelemic Blog Roundup 005

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

Thelemic Blog Roundup 005

The Thelemic Blog Roundup is just a way to list the most recent blogs by Thelemites or about Thelema from around the internet that I have found interesting. Feel free to leave a comment to suggest other blogs & writings. Enjoy:

1. “A Formula for the Rituals of the Elements and the Feasts of the Times, also known as the Festivals of Fire” by T Omphalos

An in-depth post about the rituals in the Thelemic Calendar including the reasoning and inspiration behind them.

2. “The Euro Crisis” by AC2012

A post on the Aleister Crowley 2012 website talks about the recent financial crises in Europe along with Crowley’s potential responses to these issues.

3. “A.C. on A.C.” as posted by Kjetil Fjell

This short post is a transcription of a piece found in the microfilm collection of Crowley’s works that has a short appraisal of Aleister Crowley’s personality by Aleister Crowley himself.

4. “Tarnish” by Scarlet Imprint

A post by Scarlet Imprint, a publisher of very well-made esoteric books, on how uploading occult material to the internet has undermined the occult publishing industry and the livelihood of esoteric authors.

5. “Book Review: Modern Occult Rhetoric” by T Polyphilus

A book review done by T Polyphilus of Modern Occult Rhetoric: Mass Media and the Drama of Secrecy in the Twentieth Century by Joshua Gunn, including many comments on the authors’ assertions about Aleister Crowley.

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