Definitions

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  • noun A spiritual and social philosophy calling each person to act in alignment with his or her True Will (which may or may not be the same as personal wishes) as a basis for spiritual growth.

Etymologies

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Transliteration of Ancient Greek θέλημα ("will").

Examples

  • It's from the "religious philosophy" called Thelema [1], invented Aleister

    FossPlanet

  • The Great Beast shacked up in the house in the early 1920s, naming it in honour of his religious philosophy "Thelema".

    The Register

  • Producers such as Meinert, Waterford, Delaire Graff and Thelema produce Cabernet Sauvignon-dominated blends that are refined, balanced with distinctly Old World flavor profiles such as cigar box and cedar.

    The Grape of Good Hope

  • Producers such as Rudi Schultz and Thelema have really made a name for themselves, and the region.

    Syrah: beyond the fruit bomb | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • “Yes, we have a very nice cabernet from Thelema Mountain Vineyards.”

    Crystal Death

  • “Yes, we have a very nice cabernet from Thelema Mountain Vineyards.”

    Crystal Death

  • “Yes, we have a very nice cabernet from Thelema Mountain Vineyards.”

    Crystal Death

  • Thelema.nu on the connection between Martin and Aleister.

    enowning

  • Thelema.nu on the connection between Martin and Aleister.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Among the names we have found consistently good over the years are Mulderbosch, Neil Ellis, Thelema and Buitenverwachting.

    Flavors of Summer

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