Does anyone knows what where the commitments of Aleister Crowley?
Or... the perversions of the 10 commitments..? I think they are 9 though
To add to Paul's answer, "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law. *Love is the law, love under will.* "
I assume you refer to the Judaeo-Christian "10 commandments" rather than the "10 commitments".
Taking up and adapting ideas of Francois Rabelais and Sir Francis Dashwood, Aleister Crowley developed his philosophy of "Thelema" (derived from Greek "thelo", 'I want to'). As opposed to the negative imeratives of the Judaeo-Christian commandments ("thou shalt not...") this verb is also at the centre of the philosophy, in its only commandment:
"Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law" (Liber AL I:40).
This commandment is expressed in "The Book of the Law", (official name "Liber AL vel Legis"), written in Cairo, Egypt in 1904.
Crowley introduced the Law of Thelema which is "Do What Thou Wilt." This does not mean do whatever you like. The Will is your True Nature or Proper Orbit.