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Why was Aleister Crowley called the "most evil man who ever lived"?

I have absolutely no doubt at all that Crowley was evil. But why is it that he has been called the most evil man ever? Yes, I know about his “revelatory” experience in Egypt and Thelema. But do not Hitler and Stalin, among hundreds of others, surpass Crowley in their nefariousness?
I gather that he must have had some bodies buried underneath the Boleskin house. Is this so?


  1. Aleister Crowley was a spiritually wicked person. I don’t know if he is the very worst, either physically or spiritually.
    GOD bless

  2. He wasn’t the most evil man who ever lived. That was a term applied the Victorian equivalent of the National Inquirer, and which was based on a tongue-in-cheek image that Crowley did his best to further.

  3. Yeah, but Crowley and Stalin will be sitting at the same table in heaven, enjoying a pint, while you burn in hell because God knows about your perverse sexual fantasies.
    Yeah, Count de Monet: He sacrificed boys: I suppose that was covered up because of all the secret societies he belonged to? Oh, no: The Count also has a link to how Crowley invented Rock music.

  4. Alester Crowley set up all the Globalist and NWO blueprints for the numerous secret societies out there. He himself had so many Masonic degrees that it would fill up 2 pages. The only person who comes in a close second was the traitor Albert Pike. Alester Crowley’s heart was also the most evil of all time. Let’s just say if that man had the power of Hitler or Stalin, he may have desired to kill billions. Crowley was also said to be to the AntiChrist what John the Baptist was to Lord Jesus.
    One of his main hobbies was sacrificing boys. He once sadistically stated that a young white male made the perfect sacrificial subject.

  5. That was an example of 20th century sensationalism i journalism. It was a title that got people’s attention.
    The reason it was used is the man presented a morality very different for his time; a morality very much in play whether it is realized or not.
    But no, there are no bodies under Boleskine.

  6. Because he rebeled against Victoria-era sensibilities about sex, propriety, and spirituality.
    Uncle Al was a little bit of a publicity hound, he was an iconoclast, a rebel, and a profound thinker. He merely turned Victorian sensibilities about sex and propriety and religion inside out and flaunted doing so–for this, he was sensationalized as “evil.” He wasn’t the most pleasant man on the planet and alienated many of his associates–and I think a wife or lover or two landed in an asylum–but he wasn’t particularly “evil.” He was profoundly spiritual in his own way and despite his many flaws and inconsistencies. He also was well-versed in ancient esotericism East and West. Although his lifestyle was thought of as profligate and scandalous, it is milk toast by today’s standards. He continues to be celebrated as a leading force in modern Western occulitism and neopaganism, and his spiritual philosophy –Thelema–continues to gather adherents who perhaps take the whole bag with a lot rigour than Crowley himself did.

  7. Because there are a lot of stupid,ignorant people in this world, you believe what they are told, rather than researching and forming their own opinion.
    Crowley was an incredibly intelligent, talented man who was well ahead of his time.

  8. The Beatles “Sargent Pepper”‘s Album was supposed to have Crowley’s picture with the montage in the background. Only they couldn’t get permission in time.
    Hardly sounds like Hitler and Stalin to me.
    Suppose some say the Beatles were evil also….

  9. I agree, there have been very many evil men… and the most evil man is yet to come…
    – 2Th 2:3 Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;
    – Dan 8:23 And in the latter time of their kingdom, when the transgressors are come to the full, a king of fierce countenance, and understanding dark sentences, shall stand up.
    Dan 8:24 And his power shall be mighty, but not by his own power: and he shall destroy wonderfully, and shall prosper, and practise, and shall destroy the mighty and the holy people.
    Dan 8:25 And through his policy also he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand; and he shall magnify himself in his heart, and by peace shall destroy many:
    – Dan 11:36 And the king shall do according to his will; and he shall exalt himself, and magnify himself above every god, and shall speak marvellous things against the God of gods, and shall prosper till the indignation be accomplished: for that that is determined shall be done.


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