Famed magician Aleister Crowley believed the era of Christianity had passed and that he heralded the Aeon ("age") of Horus. As the Logos ("word"), or Prophet of the new Aeon, he needed a counterpart to channel the powerful magickal current of this new age. Here, famed author and occultist Alan Richardson reveals that Crowley's counterpart was mystic and magician Dion Fortune, or the Shakti ("power") of the Age. Although they rarely met in person, their fascinating and complex relationship broke down barriers for us all.
Alan Richardson's biography is the first dual biography of Crowley and Fortune; it's also unique in that it examines their lives by moving backwards in time. You'll be amazed at the number of similarities in their lives, from both being members of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn to both experiencing psychic attacks.
The Thelemic Refuge is a simple ritual that may be used to produce a
kavacha, or magical armor. It is a prelimary to almost every practice of New Aeon Tantra, as well as a protective and empowering practice that may be done on its own throughout the day. It is also a good practice to perform at the two twilights either before or after Surya... read this article