Crowley on Women

Frater Orpheus recently posted this to his FB account:

In his unpublished commentaries to Pythagoras’ Golden Verses – Crowley writes in regard to women’s potential…

“Women to-day are wise and witty, pure, prudent, and practical, saintly and spiritually-minded, virtuous and elegant. They have proved themselves morally and mentally superior to men. They are first in art and science, in learning and commerce. The disciple of to-day is consequently by no means debarred from devoting his life to the worship of women, if he can find one to pity him and lift him toward her level.”

PS I know he said a lot of other stuff about women as well. What do you expect from the prophet of the Kali Yuga!

5.1.2 corbis for elaine


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