Aliester Crowley (1875-1947) epitomized the worst excesses of English elite aristocracy. He received inherited wealth worth about $20 million in current dollars and never worked a day in his life. He became one of the most self-absorbed, narcissistic people on the planet.
Crowley is said to have had a very high IQ and perverse curiosity that manifested itself in childhood, when he admittedly killed a cat to experiment on the nine-lives theory. Crowley described his Quaker parents as strict, hyper-religious and abusive. When they sent him away to boarding school for being a rebellious teen, he was introduced to the English elite tradition of buggery and sodomy. He was an extremely promiscuous bisexual and a sadist from the get go. Especially later in his satanic-occult life experimentation- sadism, sodomy, drugs and sex magick was all he was about.
He was widely traveled in his younger years and lived large. He risked life and limb as a mountain climber, spending time at high altitudes. Like many British elites, he immersed himself in secret societies and occultism. He never rubbed shoulders with little people but rather surrounded himself with like-minded upper class perverts and edgy types. One of them at one point was likely Pauline Pierce, the mother of Barbara Bush. He was heavy into opium, morphine and narcotics. While on his estate at Loch Ness, Scotland, he enjoyed terrorizing and creating difficulties for the local village people.
The idea behind his new age of Horus religion of Crowleyanity was expressed in his book “Liber 77” in which he said that “slaves shall serve.” Like his buddy Aldous Huxley, Crowley felt this was best accomplished by getting rid of morality, the use of terror and pulling the wool over people’s eyes- aka black magic.
Satanic elites felt that morality and the concept of right and wrong were used by weaker people as an effective defense. In fact, an inversion of good and evil could be used to set up a predatory system of enslavement. The advantage gained over the good but weaker people is their belief and misplaced trust in the bogus Hanlon’s Razor: “Do not attribute to malice what can explained by stupidity.” Nonsense. Good-but-weaker willed people simply can’t comprehend that satanist-influenced predators are running amok, because they don’t think on a predatory level or fully understand and detect evil.
Additionally and similar to Anton Lavey, Crowley pushed the notion of shaping reality through alchemy. Alchemy is taking opposites and flipping them, also known as lying and conjuring — a practice we reveal and expose non-stop on these pages. Crowley would get a hold of people open to suggestion and, in the manner of a cult leader, would get them to drink animal blood; cut themselves with a razor in so-called “rituals”; submit to being sodomized, and, in one case in Sicily in 1922, to die. This stunt is described starting at minute 1:42:30 in the video documentary below.
Crowley predicted — and one could argue that he is right — that one day, “the world would bask in the sunset of Crowleyanity.”
He has had influence on numerous modern icons and personalities, ranging from Timothy Leary to L. Ron Hubbard and Aldus Huxley. Crowley was a 33-degree Freemason and borrowed liberally from that society.
I submit that the behaviors, personalities and cast of characters described in the following documentary are part and parcel of elite satanic Britain (and elsewhere) to this day and explains a lot about the Crime Syndicate’s role in the world. The voice and manner of Crowley, rendered by Thomas Bewley, deserves a theatrical award.
A good example of in-your-face Crowleyian black-magic conjuring and pulling the wool over people’s eyes was seen at the Toronto “van-nado” attack. The corrupt media put forth two photos (below) of the perp. The one from the Toronto Sun shows the chrome dome “Alek Minassian” being arrested. Then, NBC “news” shows a sketch of him in court the next morning with a full head of hair. The idea of this deliberate nothing-to-see-here, move-along enslavement spell is to get you to deny your lyin’ eyes, and do it often.
Notes on Critical and Magical Thinking
The following exchange with wags on Reddit illustrates that stark evidence is a moving goal post for some. After being shown the image sketch of Minassin in court the next morning, “exHeavyHippie” argues there’s two days in between the two images as though one or two days even mattered for baldness. He then moves the goal-post distraction to the face, not the bald head. He then claims to be an “expert” on shaving, as if most of the males reading don’t shave or have a lifetime reference point. He asks if a courtroom artist can even sketch a bald head. Huh?
The commenter is point-blank telling you to accept bizarre magical interpretations. This is a prime example of Crowleyanity. When you encounter this as often as I do, you come to recognize the Crowleyian sense of projected but inverted superiority. “Zombie Dave” then nicely dispenses with this mental gaming. Both his sarcastic handle and his back-handed compliment is a fairly effective tactic against inverted, satanic conjuring.
With light shining directly on the top of his head from far away vs an artist’s interpretation in a differently lit courtroom closer up, I could easily see those being the same person.
Or at least, I don’t see that specifically as a compelling enough evidence to claim conspiracy.
Also, two days after shaving bald looks much different than the day of. Just think of your face after two days of not shaving……
“As someone who shaved somewhat daily for years I assure you two days of growth on a clean shaved head is significant.”
You’re trying, and that’s the main thing. Just curious but are there bonuses for creativity?
Speaking of creativity, the “Alek Minassian” persona has professed his admiration for “Eliott Rodgers” the so-called 2014 Isla Vista killer. If you haven’t seen this concoction you are in for a real treat. And if you think Eliott is real, be prepared to spread your cheeks, Crowley style.
We aren’t in Kansas any more. Indeed, in his 1904 “Book of the Laws” are some passages that are most chilling. Coinkydink, nothing to see here, move along?
“And my number is 9 by the foals. My number is 11, as all their numbers, who are of us.”
In the last video below, William Ramsey and Tim Kelly discuss the “Children of the Beast” impact of Crowley on modernity.