Margaret by Aleister Crowley

Margaret by: Aleister Crowley (1875-1947)       The moon spans Heaven’s architrave; Stars in the deep are set; Written in gold on the day’s grave, “To love, and to forget:” And sea-winds whisper o’er the wave The name of Margaret.   A heart of gold, a flower of white. A blushing flame of snow, She moves like latticed…

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Thelema

Thelema   Thelema, what you need will be supplied and what you ask will be answered. Thelema does not spoon feed you. It does not give you the answers, it allows you to search and find the answers yourself. The answers in logos is to know every word. To know each word you need to know it’s opposite. Only…

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