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Styx

Nine times I kissed my lover in her sleep: The first time, to make sure that she was there; The second, as a sleepy sort of prayer; The…

The Green Fuse

Jeanne Robert Foster (1879 – 1970) Jeanne Robert Foster was an American poet from the Adirondack Mountains. She was born Julia Elizabeth Oliver in Johnsburg, New York. In…

The Seer

Mary Desti Sturges (1871 – 1931) Mary Desti Sturges was born on October 10th, 1871 in Quebec, Canada. She owned a cosmetics firm called Desti Beauty Products and…

The Rose

Rose Edith Kelly (1874 – 1932) Rose Edith kelly was born at 78 Cambridge Terrace, Paddington, England, to parents Frederic Festus Kelly and Blanche Bradford Kelly. She was…

The Obeah

Maria Theresa Ferrari de Miramar (1894 – 1955) Maria Theresa Ferrari de Miramar was Aleister Crowley´s 2nd. wife. They met in England in 1929. The marriage took place…

The Muse

Leila Waddell (1880 – 1932) Leila Ida Nerissa Bathurst Waddell, also known as Laylah, was a daughter of Irish immigrants to Australia, Mr and Mrs David Waddell of Bathurst…

The Womb

Leah Hirsig (1883 – 1975) Lea (Leah) Hirsig was born into a family of nine siblings in Trachselwald, Bern, Switzerland. Her family moved to America when she was…

May the New year….

“May the New Year bring you courage to break your resolutions early! My own plan is to swear off every kind of virtue, so that I triumph even…

Scarlet

Babalon is referred to as “The Scarlet Woman, the Great Mother, and the Mother of Abominations.” Her godform is that of a sacred whore and her primary symbol…

Aleister Crowley – The May Queen

   Aleister Crowley – The May Queen It is summer and sun on the sea, The twilight is drawn to the world: We linger and laugh on the…

The Fool

KNOW NAUGHT!   ALL WAYS ARE LAWFUL TO INNOCENCE. PURE FOLLY IS THE KEY TO INITIATION. SILENCE BREAKS INTO RAPTURE.   BE NEITHER MAN NOR WOMAN, BUT BOTH…

Come Away!

Come away! Our chariot is drawn by doves. Of mother-of-pearl and ivory is our chariot and the reins thereof are the heart-strings of men. Every moment that we…