The Feast of Sir Aleister Crowley

Crowley wearing Golden Dawn robes

Tomorrow, December 1, is the Feast of Sir Aleister Crowley. If you are reading this blog, you probably already know about Crowley, but if not, the Invisible Basilica of Sabazius tells us he was: “English poet, painter, mountaineer, magician, and prophet, the physical vehicle of TO MEGA THERION. Head of A∴ A∴ and head of O.T.O. in the English-speaking world under Reuss, and Reuss’s successor as O.H.O of O.T.O. Crowley wrote Liber XV, the Gnostic Mass, in Russia in 1913 e.v. ” Born Edward Alexander Crowley in Warwickshire on 12 October 1875, he died 1 December 1947 at Netherwood.

In honor of this Prophet of Thelema, we suggest enjoying one of Aleister Crowley’s cocktail recipes, below, with his spicy curried rice.

The Invisible Basilica of Sabazius: Sir (Edward Alexander) Aleister Crowley (1875 e.v. – Ixxi e.n.)



  1. Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

    Why is Sir Aleister Crowley’s greatest deed among Gods and men not mentioned with one word, namely his receiving of The Book of the Law!!!! – A deed at least 93 times holier than his authorship of Liber XV!

    Love is the law, love under will.

    Lechertier Barbe JR

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