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A stamped and addressed envelope it was mentioned was enclosed for Crowley's reply. His reply, if he did reply, was bound to be disappointing, for he was not at that time — May — putting on any more Black Masses or attending any sabbaths. In point of fact, he never attended sabbaths — he was not a witch — and the Masses that he performed were not, technically speaking, Black Masses,  but that kind of thing was expected of him by the public at large. In he died, aged seventy-two. And recently those gifted young men, the Beatles, have added him to their escutcheon: Crowley stands between an Indian holy man unnamed and Mae West in a composite photograph of People we like' which decorates marx ethnological notebooks sleeve of the Beatles' long-playing record, 'Sgt.
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. He was born in Two other events of significance to occultists happened in that year: the Theosophical Society megan fox founded by Madame Blavatsky and others, and Eliphas Levi, the Cabbalist and mage, died. Crowley made out that he was descended from Norman aristocrats, and mentioned the Breton family, de Querouaille, as if the name Crowley were a corruption of that name. He claimed Louise de Keroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth, as one of his ancestors; also the sixteenth-century poet and preacher, Robert Crowley, on no evidence at all.
It would have been more pertinent to tell us something of his grandparents, whom he marx ethnological notebooks ignored. It so happened that his father, Edward Crowley, whom he called an engineer, was a brewer, and the family fortune came from 'Crowley ales', a fact which creeps into his autobiography in an oblique way. By the time Aleister was born, his father was well advanced in middle age, and spent his time travelling about the countryside, preaching Plymouthism to anyone who would listen to him. The Plymouth Brethren sect was founded formal powers by John Nelson Darby, an Irish clergyman who was barrister before he went into the Marx ethnological notebooks.
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The Brethren believed that they ey were the only true Christians; they considered the idea of ordained ministers contrary to the teaching of Scripture; the Sthnological was literally true; Christ's Second Coming was imminent; the Elect would inherit the Kingdom of God. Out of this background emerged Aleister Crowley, the Beast At first, he was a devout little Plymouth Brother, taking turns with his parents marx ethnological notebooks the servants in reading passages from the Bible. Plymouthism was the only true faith. He could not, he said, even conceive of the existence of people who were so foolish or so wicked as to doubt it. In noteboks childish ardour he thought of himself as a Christian knight, doing deeds of holiness and valour.
As he grew older his ideas took a strange turn. Marx ethnological notebooks had always preferred the sounds of the Hebrew names to the actual biblical narratives; now any description of torture or blood aroused his feelings tremendously.
He liked to imagine himself in agony and, in particular, degraded by, and suffering at the hands of, a woman whom he described as 'wicked, independent, courageous, ambitious, and so on'. And suddenly, after the death of his father — he was then eleven years old — he discovered that his sympathies were entirely on the side of the enemies of heaven.
THE MIND AND MASK OF ALEISTER CROWLEY
He had gone over to Satan, and did not know why. He was still searching for the reason when he came to write his autobiography at the age of forty-seven. Crowley was a contemporary of Freud; he grew out of the matrix of Victorianism with its botebooks view of the world, and its medieval ideal of beauty and of God. He was one of many who helped to tear down the false, hypo-critical, self-righteous attitudes of the time. His marx ethnological notebooks of his early life in a Plymouth Brethren household is no less remarkable than Edmund Gosse's.]