Though volumes have been written about the renowned occultist, Alistair Crowley, the nature of his true identity has remined shrouded in mystery.
Turns out, all along, whatever magical powers were attributed to Crowley were not mysterious, nor did they derive from a supernatural source. His genuine magic derived from his chameleon-like ability to fool the public, for so long, while hiding behind the mask of a former and historically celebrated British Prime Minister.
If anything can be attributed to Crowley, it is far better and more accurate to say, he was the godfather of Post-Modern Reality Simulation.
Not surprisingly, the legend of Alistair Crowley was portrayed by the bastard son of a British royal. A man who would not only go on to portray Crowley’s host actor, but become one of the 20th century’s most lauded historical figures. Continue reading “Your spell is broken, Mister Crowley”