THE EYE IN THE TRIANGLE AN INTERPRETATION OF ALEISTER CROWLEY By Israel Regardie Introduction by Robert Anton Wilson Preface by Christopher. Regardie states in his book, The Eye in the Triangle: An Interpretation of Regardie would later write a biography of Crowley, The Eye in the Triangle, and. Results 1 – 30 of 67 THE EYE IN THE TRIANGLE by Regardie, Israel and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

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The Road to Immortality. English Choose a language for shopping. A taxi got ege quickly to his apartment where we had coffee. Five Vees Then subtly, easily, simply, imperceptibly gliding, I passed away into nothing.

It is neat to see a biography of a mage that focuses on the meaning and thematic consistency of his spellcraft; I want all biographies to be essentially on this model, albeit with way less Wilhelm Reich talk.

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I am Triangl, for naught exists where I am not, who fashioned space as a condition of my consciousness of myself, who am the centre of all, and my circumference the frame of mine own fancy.

Things are not always what they seem. At once, automatically, the interior trembling began again, and again the subtle brilliance flowed through me.

In the opening years of the twentieth century, Crowley used a fictitious business name-the Society for the Propagation of Religious Truth- to publish his Collected Works and other of his writings. It may be useful here to distinguish regarie and for all between false and real mystical phenomena; for in the previous sections we have spoken of both without distinction.

Horus, the new aeon symbol, is opposed by the rigidities of the past Set. The fact that was unsuited to the grade of any reader, but which Crowley was careful to put on record for the discerning and persistent student, is that he knew he was an ass-hole. One felt confronted by authority-that was something else again. I had always been intrigued by Crowley’s myth and legend after running into accounts of him for years in popular culture.


They have practiced fasting, flagellation and austerity I was saturating myself in the vast literature that had grown up about St. In this process, he excavated a crop of vicious journalism of the Horatio Bottomley-cum-William Randolph Hearst variety, and the fact that five years earlier Mussolini had expelled Crowley from Italy on grounds of purely political expediency.

The Eye in the Triangle: An Interpretation of Aleister Crowley

At that age, one could afford to be naive; projection would be natural. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Instead Regardie tje on understanding Crowley using his memories of him, his writing and actions, and looking through the lens of the psychoanalytic world view of Wilhelm Reich Regardie made a living as a Reichian therapist and chiropractor.

We all have a hierarchy of selves, whether or not we are as conscious of this as Crowley and whether or not we develop each of them as he did. My mother was never asked about this; nor was I told of it.

triwngle But this anecdote, and the reproduction of this scurrilous letter sanctified by his anonymity, demonstrates at least a couple of things. We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them.

Or, the mystic who could write tenderly in The Book of Lapis Lazuli: Highet says this kind of religion obviously has not succeeded in spreading to any extent-therefore Crowley has failed.

More often than not he was able to beat us both. Israel Regardie is maybe not moralising, but in trying to make Alister Crowley more moral acceptable probably to himselfIsrael is thus picturing Crowley more as an Christian, hippie, than as the Beast. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. This, coupled with the rationalistic free-thinking of Ingersoll and Bradlaugh, plus other sceptics with whom he became acquainted while at Cambridge, became woven inextricably into the syncretistic fabric of the religio-philosophic system he elaborated from the triaangle Golden Dawn doctrine.

Months went by without an answer.

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My whole soul cramped; society denied me; books debarred me, with the rare exception of Scott, Ballantyne, and some of Dickens, with a few even worse! He was able to shed light and reason on some of his more paradoxical aspects. Paperbackpages. The only fault I would give the book is that while Regardie does an excellent job in attempting to ascertain the workings of Crowley’s mind and his motivations, he falls into his own ridiculous psychoanalytical dogma with his speculations on Wilhelm Reich, homosexuality, and other topics.

A fascinating examination of Crowley by Israel Reagrdie whom, it was said, was generally treated badly by the subject. If the first item of the equation were hated, then the last clause would elicit the same reaction. Following is the second excerpt.

I speak Their Word: Together they experimented widely, studying intensely for over eighteen months. But it is not impossible that time may take care of this too. In the introduction to the Book of Lies, Crowley makes a statement to the effect that -to the uninitiated- his work is intended to be infuriating nonsense.

Man has the right to drink what he will. I thought nothing of it at the time. Referring to the three volumes of Collected Works, which incidentally is a very early publication, he wrote: It was good to leave the areas where conflict had become accentuated.

London, Richards Press,p. The author clearly understands Crowley’s thought, right down to the bedrock, and the portrait of him that emerges from this book is unexpected. Similarly, the author presumes a high-level of literacy in the occult, and digresses at-length into its minutiae. Were one able to combine this volume with that of Symonds, one could form a more adequate conception of the complexity as well as creativity of this man of genius.