Monday, August 26, was the Feast of Saint Krishna, and of Cagliostro.
Cagliostro is best known as a late 18th century mystic, magician, Freemason, alchemist and a healer.
According to The Invisible Basilica of Sabazius, Krishna is: “The eighth and principal Avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu, the preserver, the eighth child of Vasu-deva and Devaki, the principle expounder of Vedantism. Crowley considered him to be a human being, a Magus of A:. A:., whose Word has survived as INRI.” He was killed by his own wish with a hunter’s arrow.
To celebrate this feast, here are a few recipes you may enjoy.
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