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Aleister, our Pal

Postby Fixed Cross » Wed Jun 24, 2020 7:26 pm



This one is for Crowley. Woo-hoo.
Yay.

Wheres me cheerleader honeys.
Wheres me spermcake.
Yah

666

000hh

He was called both the wickedest man alive and the only man alive.

Why?

This is the topic of a study we are about to unfold.

First though let me enjoy this afternoon.




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Re: Aleister, our Pal

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Re: Aleister, our Pal

Postby promethean75 » Thu Jun 25, 2020 5:28 pm

This is the second time I've seen the phrase 'sperm biscuit' at ILP. I don't know what to do with that fact, but in the interim we might ask how one would go about preparing a sperm biscuit. Most importantly, the question of how one would obtain the ingredient and how/when it would be added during the preparation process.
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Re: Aleister, our Pal

Postby Fixed Cross » Thu Jun 25, 2020 8:39 pm

Indeed. Indeed indeed, weighty matters to consider here.
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Re: Aleister, our Pal

Postby Fixed Cross » Fri Jun 26, 2020 10:42 pm

FIRST the first things, however.

Whoever gets no tingle in the dough department here is not infected with the same madness as sr. Aleister.

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Re: Aleister, our Pal

Postby Anomaleigh » Mon Jun 29, 2020 3:06 am

Aleister Crowley is George W Bush's grandpappy.
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Re: Aleister, our Pal

Postby Fixed Cross » Mon Jun 29, 2020 3:37 pm

AC wrote:Bell Inn Aston Clinton Bucks

Dear Sir

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
(N.B. Change not even style of any letter: e.g. caps for l.c. Injunction thrice repeated in AL.)
Yours of 26th duly to hand with cheque: receipt herewith enclosed. The books will go off to-morrow, when I have some one to undertake the 8-mile pilgrimage to the P.O. You are really very lucky - or deserving - to have so many. Of course there are ever so many more: I wish I had copies myself of I don't even know how many there ought to be. It is a weird story.
Liber Aleph. There seems to be a curse on this book. It has been ready for the Press ever since 1919 e.v. and always something turns up to prevent the printing. Now, of course, there is less hope than ever.
The only solution is to buy a printer, or a share in one big enough to ensure priority. Haifa dozen other books, too, all most important and urgent, and I'm helpless. You will find several chapters of Liber e.g., pp 122-128. It's maddening! It is such an exciting book!

Look here, I think I'll take a chance and get my one and only copy typed afresh, though I hate letting it out of my hands even for a day. Would you be willing to pay the typist's account, and let me have the two carbons - you taking the top copy, of course - for my pains? It would take about 3 weeks, at a guess, and should not cost more than ? 3.0.0. Anyhow, if it should come to more, I'll pay the excess. I am sorry to say that there are no copies left of The Book of the Law. It will of course be reprinted at the first opportunity. There is, I believe, an American edition recently printed. You might apply to Mr. K.J. Germer 260 West 72nd. St New York City 23.N.Y. U.S.A.

There are some local printers at Ilford, I fancy. Perhaps you could persuade one to cram in a small job like this? If you could, you would indeed "make merit"!
Now with regard to your present position. If I am to assume responsibility, I ought to know a great deal. (1) Have you your horoscope? If so, please send me a copy - Chaldean form preferred. If not, the data: year, month, day & hour as exact as possible, of birth and place. It is useless for me to advise a course which is impossible; so I want to know something of your family2, education, occupation, resources &c &c. Are you married? Any children? I'm not being inquisitive; I only want to be able to judge the sort of things that you can do, and that suit you. You'll understand, I'm sure. I well know how you feel about the practical side of things: (By the way, are you a Freemason?).

It is very welcome to hear that I am lucid. For years nearly everybody has been kicking me for being obscure. In fact, my new book consists of a series of letters, answering colloquially every kind of question that would occur to any intelligent person. About 70 ready, so far; it will probably run to 100 — Hum — Ha — ? — ? {A reference to Aleister Explains Everything, posthumously published as Magic Without Tears.} The more I think things over, the more I feel that the best plan would be for you to run out here & lunch with me. (Marylebone to Aylesbury 9.45 A.M. then 'bus drops you at the door. Longish journey - you could get a room for the night except at week-ends.) I will send you details of O.T.O. and more about the new book in the meanwhile.

Love is the law, love under will.

Yours sincerely,

Aleister Crowley.
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Re: Aleister, our Pal

Postby Meno_ » Tue Jun 30, 2020 3:46 pm

Fixed Cross wrote:
AC wrote:Bell Inn Aston Clinton Bucks

Dear Sir

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
(N.B. Change not even style of any letter: e.g. caps for l.c. Injunction thrice repeated in AL.)
Yours of 26th duly to hand with cheque: receipt herewith enclosed. The books will go off to-morrow, when I have some one to undertake the 8-mile pilgrimage to the P.O. You are really very lucky - or deserving - to have so many. Of course there are ever so many more: I wish I had copies myself of I don't even know how many there ought to be. It is a weird story.
Liber Aleph. There seems to be a curse on this book. It has been ready for the Press ever since 1919 e.v. and always something turns up to prevent the printing. Now, of course, there is less hope than ever.
The only solution is to buy a printer, or a share in one big enough to ensure priority. Haifa dozen other books, too, all most important and urgent, and I'm helpless. You will find several chapters of Liber e.g., pp 122-128. It's maddening! It is such an exciting book!

Look here, I think I'll take a chance and get my one and only copy typed afresh, though I hate letting it out of my hands even for a day. Would you be willing to pay the typist's account, and let me have the two carbons - you taking the top copy, of course - for my pains? It would take about 3 weeks, at a guess, and should not cost more than ? 3.0.0. Anyhow, if it should come to more, I'll pay the excess. I am sorry to say that there are no copies left of The Book of the Law. It will of course be reprinted at the first opportunity. There is, I believe, an American edition recently printed. You might apply to Mr. K.J. Germer 260 West 72nd. St New York City 23.N.Y. U.S.A.

There are some local printers at Ilford, I fancy. Perhaps you could persuade one to cram in a small job like this? If you could, you would indeed "make merit"!
Now with regard to your present position. If I am to assume responsibility, I ought to know a great deal. (1) Have you your horoscope? If so, please send me a copy - Chaldean form preferred. If not, the data: year, month, day & hour as exact as possible, of birth and place. It is useless for me to advise a course which is impossible; so I want to know something of your family2, education, occupation, resources &c &c. Are you married? Any children? I'm not being inquisitive; I only want to be able to judge the sort of things that you can do, and that suit you. You'll understand, I'm sure. I well know how you feel about the practical side of things: (By the way, are you a Freemason?).

It is very welcome to hear that I am lucid. For years nearly everybody has been kicking me for being obscure. In fact, my new book consists of a series of letters, answering colloquially every kind of question that would occur to any intelligent person. About 70 ready, so far; it will probably run to 100 — Hum — Ha — ? — ? {A reference to Aleister Explains Everything, posthumously published as Magic Without Tears.} The more I think things over, the more I feel that the best plan would be for you to run out here & lunch with me. (Marylebone to Aylesbury 9.45 A.M. then 'bus drops you at the door. Longish journey - you could get a room for the night except at week-ends.) I will send you details of O.T.O. and more about the new book in the meanwhile.

Love is the law, love under will.

Yours sincerely,

Aleister Crowley.




Dear Sir!


In receipt of Your letter, dated today, been busy not doing much about a thing, will decode said mentioned items.

Three copies noted, price reasonably insufficient from our accountant's lack of nod, went up to 0:3:0 , but shift to 0:0: 2 if negotiable.

Nevertheless with further ado,

Your kind servant,


Obscurantly Yours, :J
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Re: Aleister, our Pal

Postby Fixed Cross » Tue Jun 30, 2020 5:40 pm

Dearest of sirs.

I have received your letterhead in good standing and your letter itself was consumed by the dog, not Mimi's darling Cerberus but his uncle. So you can rest assured of 0:0:2.
The copies you have investigated for reading are pepped as we speak, they can be put in the mail without warning.

I furthermore agree that 0:0:3, sincerely,
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Re: Aleister, our Pal

Postby Mr Reasonable » Wed Jul 01, 2020 2:12 am

promethean75 wrote:This is the second time I've seen the phrase 'sperm biscuit' at ILP. I don't know what to do with that fact, but in the interim we might ask how one would go about preparing a sperm biscuit. Most importantly, the question of how one would obtain the ingredient and how/when it would be added during the preparation process.


Just a regular biscuit with sperm on it.
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Re: Aleister, our Pal

Postby Ecmandu » Thu Jul 02, 2020 5:10 am

Mr Reasonable wrote:
promethean75 wrote:This is the second time I've seen the phrase 'sperm biscuit' at ILP. I don't know what to do with that fact, but in the interim we might ask how one would go about preparing a sperm biscuit. Most importantly, the question of how one would obtain the ingredient and how/when it would be added during the preparation process.


Just a regular biscuit with sperm on it.


It’s used to haze frat boys. They all circle jerk into a taco (sometimes a biscuit) and then have to take a bite out of the collective sperm of 12 dudes.

And then you get to be president! Go figure!
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Re: Aleister, our Pal

Postby Fixed Cross » Thu Jul 02, 2020 6:36 pm

You guys are really expert at this subject. I thought it may mean something you do to dough, spike it with semen, before you bake a cake.
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Re: Aleister, our Pal

Postby Fixed Cross » Fri Jul 03, 2020 1:59 pm

Hello Friends! 93, 93/93 this fine morning.
Here is a small bit of encouragement for you, stars.

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