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Is Aleister Crowley a real person?

I know he’s used in Lonelygirl 15, but is he an actual real person?

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  1. Yes, he is. A very interesting person. Wrote the book “Diary of a Drug Fiend.” Why not just wikipedia him?

  2. Quite real. If something of a trouble maker.
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    Here is a quote from the begining of “The book of Lies.” He was called a few nasty words upon its publishing.
    {Kappa-Epsilon-Phi-Alpha-Lambda-Eta Eta Omicron-Upsilon-Kappa
    Epsilon-Sigma-Tau-Iota Kappa-Epsilon-Phi-Alpha-Lambda-Eta
    Omicron!} (1)
    The Ante Primal Triad which is
    NOT-GOD
    Nothing is.
    Nothing Becomes.
    Nothing is not.
    The First Triad which is GOD
    I AM.
    I utter The Word.
    I hear The Word.
    The Abyss
    The Word is broken up.
    There is Knowledge.
    Knowledge is Relation.
    These fragments are Creation.
    The broken manifests Light. (2)
    The Second Triad which is GOD
    GOD the Father and Mother is concealed in Generation.
    GOD is concealed in the whirling energy of Nature.
    GOD is manifest in gathering: harmony:
    consideration: the Mirror of the Sun and of the Heart.
    The Third Triad
    Bearing: preparing.
    Wavering: flowing: flashing.
    Stability: begetting.
    The Tenth Emanation
    The world.

  3. He was a crazed foolish man who may have unleashed many demons upon the British country side where he once lived. He was a notorious heroine addict and died in December of 1947 at the ripe old age of 72. He was also a writer of the Occult mountaineer and yogi. He was a dreadful person and not withstanding the evil he may have purposely loosed upon an unsuspecting world has done the world at large a favor by dying. Peace&Love be with you…~M~

  4. Yes, he was. Born Edward Alexander Crowley, he was an Englishman who lived from 1875-1947. He was an Adept Occultist, was associated with The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, Thelema, and the Ordo Templi Orientis, no longer in existence. Some believe he was also a Satanist.
    AC attended Cambridge University, and is supposedly the one who put that stupid “k” in magic(k). He was an author, painter, philosopher, poet, yogi, and chess player. He was also a hedonist, bisexual, and social critic. He was called “The Wickedest Man in the World” by British newspapers. He died of a respiratory infection brought on by asthma, bronchitis, and a heroine addiction.
    There’s a movie coming out this month called “The Chemical Wedding,” which is a biography of AC.
    “Do what thou will is the whole of the law.”–Aleister Crowley

  5. Aleister Crowley-born 1875,died 1947, British Ocultist,member of the theosophical Order of THe Golden Dawn.Practised Black Magic,books included “Diary of a Drug Fiend”. Also designed a pack of Tarot cards bearing his name.

  6. Yes he was quite real. Although he was not Wiccan, some of his philosophies worked their way into Wicca. He was very much into experimenting with all things occult and did not shy away from the darker side. All magical types owe him a great deal for his courage to pursue what others would not dare. His biography is fascinating and at times quite sickening. He believed in pushing all limits.

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