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Suffering: A Thelemic Perspective An examination of Suffering in the Book of the Law and its commentaries by Greg Wotton. The religion we call Thelema was founded in 1904 with the receiving of The Book of the Law by the magician/prophet/poet Aleister Crowley. This book is said to have been dictated by a preaternatural being called Awaiss, the minister of Hoor-Paar-Kraat. The recipient of this book, Aleister Crowley, then spent most of the rest of his life studying the text which he had received over three days of ritual and ... More >>>
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Suffering: A Thelemic Perspective An examination of Suffering in the Book of the Law and its commentaries by Greg Wotton. The religion we call Thelema was founded in 1904 with the receiving of The Book of the Law by the magician/prophet/poet Aleister Crowley. This book is said to have been dictated by a preaternatural being called Awaiss, the minister of Hoor-Paar-Kraat. The recipient of this book, Aleister Crowley, then spent most of the rest of his life studying the text which he had received over three days of ritual and trance. This book, and its various commentaries and secondary texts, form the basis of the Thelemic faith which is continually growing today.