Aleister Crowley: The Beast In Berlin by Tobias Churton

Aleister Crowley: The Beast In Berlin by Tobias Churton

The city of Berlin in the 1930s was fertile ground for advante-garde philosophers, artists, musicians and freethinkers—but it did not remain that way for long. By the end of the decade, it had turned very dark and the city that had once personified the very essence of social freedom was transformed into the epitome of political insanity. In those few, precious years of personal and sexual liberation—before Berlin revealed its Shadow side, the city was an extremely fertile place for artisans of all persuasions to espouse their freedom philosophy. In this state, Berlin was a magnet for a diverse wave of individuals keen to enjoy its excesses. One of those… Read More

Perdurabo by Richard Kaczynski

Perdurabo by Richard Kaczynski

In recent years the legendary Aleister Crowley has attracted a growing fascination from a wide range of people for his life and his magickal work. This has led to a large number of books detailing his life and his spiritual philosophy. Some of the Crowley biographies have been good—others have been scurlious hatchet jobs, but each has brought to our awareness a different perspective on this somewhat flawed genius. The question that is asked by any newcomer to the life and works of Aleister Crowley is where does one attain an accurate, insightful and balanced interpretation of Crowley’s life, his magick and spiritual philosophies? Many people make the mistake on… Read More