Thursday, July 26, 2018

RAW on Crowley's 'Do What Thou Wilt'



Another discovery by Martin Wagner: Robert Anton Wilson's article which unpacks Aleister Crowley's famous (or infamous) credo, "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law." Rather than try to summarize it, I will simply point you to it.

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2 comments:

chas said...

Awesome link, Tom—I had a strong synchronicity involving the John Donne quote which linked this piece to a Douglas Rushkoff’s conversation with Rupert Sheldrake at a Team Human event held in London recently. The upshot is that “There are no individuals” and “There are only individuals” are equally true and in fact identical. http://www.rushkoff.com/team-human-live-in-london-part-2/

P. S. Bobby Campbell creates the Team Human playing cards!

Martin W. said...

Thanks, Tom.

Maybe of interest for some of you: How Aleister Crowley Came To Berkeley
from 1977, when RAW lived there and Cosmic Trigger was published for the first time.