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  • adj. Of or pertaining to Aleister Crowley (1875-1947), English occultist and writer, or to his works or beliefs.
  • n. A follower of Aleister Crowley's philosophies.


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Crowley +‎ -an


  • To spell it out, what we have here is an engineered effect that looks “Satanic” : people who get Crowleyan initiations run amok, kill themselves, etc., like characters in horror movies, but the trick is simple and non supernatural – RB

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  • My depth knowledge of Crowleyan occultism merely allows me to identify and label to some extent the processes which for modern Jews are omnipresent, consciously or unconsciously—spiritual terror and the death of the soul.

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  • Before embarking on this ill-fated project, I read quite a number of Crowleyan books.

    Archive 2006-05-07

  • Several Crowleyan publications used my work -- not many, in that, all in all, it was the only really bad work I've ever done.

    Archive 2006-05-07

  • Crowleyan Echoes: Baraka and Fantasy - Dave EVANS Bristol University

    International Conference Includes Crowley, Paganism, Wicca And Much More

  • 1 Precisely so in some circles, given the joint album _Moonchild_ derives from Zorn's Crowleyan studies.

    [film] Mission Impossible: III


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