Aleister Crowley Featured
Aleister Crowley, also renowned as Edward Alexander Crowley (1875- 1947) was a yogi, spy, poet, mountaineer, writer and English occultist. He was also a prominent member of various occult associations including Ordo Templi Orientis and Golden Dawn and is world renowned for his excellent writings of occult , in particular “The book of the Law” retaining the central idea of Thelema. In his lifetime, he accomplished much unsavory reputation and was named as “The Wickedest man in World’. He was also an astrologer, chess player, social critic, drug experimenter, hedonist and painter.
Aleister Crowley and Golden Dawn
He involved as a young grown-up in Hermetic order of “Golden Dawn” and studied firstly theology and prepared the enemies of Arthur Edward Waite and William Butler Yeats. Crowley came up with the view that Arthur Waite butler was an ostentatious bore through roasting evaluations of his editorials and writings of other writer’s editorials. Through his journal, The Equinox, Crowley gave the title “Wisdom While your Waite” to one tirade and his special note on “Dead Waite”.
The previous associate of Golden Dawn and his friend namely Allan Bennett made him known to the ideas of Buddhism and Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers (a renowned leader of Golden Brawn association) mentored him about western magic however would become his opponent later. In the year of 1899, Aleister Crowley got hold of Boleskine House, situated in Foyers on the coastline of Loch Ness in the nation Scotland.