Here you will find my standalone classes. Each one costs £20, and it's yours in perpetuity.
Purchase it, and watch it in your own time, without any clock ticking!
Each class also gives you free access to the Pronaos of my online community, Magick Without Tears,
and the opportunity to ask questions about the subjects discussed should you have any!
MEETING ALEISTER CROWLEY & HIS MAGICK
Babalon (also known as the Scarlet Woman, Great Mother or Mother of Abominations) is a complex and mysterious figure found in the occult system of Thelema.
Her roots however are much, much older, and are to be found in the Enochian tradition, an enigmatic magical system received by Dr. John Dee and Edward Kelley in the late 16th Century. Babalon eventually became the focus of Jack Parsons, the maverick magician and rocket scientist whose story has recently been serialised by the tv show Strange Angel. Together with the notorious L.Ron Hubbard, of Scientology's infamy, he conducted The Babalon Working, a series of magic ceremonies essentially designed to manifest an individual incarnation of Babalon herself.
She had been equated to Inanna, Ereshkigal, Hecate, and seen as the Goddess of a New Witchcraft, while at the same time others swear that she is no such thing - but in fact, something entirely alien and beyond definitions
Freemasonry is, without a doubt, the most instantly-recognised "secret society" in the world. Or at least, that's what most people think of it. Better described as a "society with secrets", Freemasonry has been undergoing a vast and thorough process of modernisation in recent years since the celebration in 2017 of the Tercentenary of the foundation of the United Grand Lodge of England.
On their website, nowadays, anyone can read about the society's actual aim, reach and even take a fleeting glimpse at its rituals and ceremonies.
But is there more to it? Is there a more esoteric, mystical, and occult side to Freemasonry?
In this masterclass, I will first outline the mystical teachings still found in "regular" Masonic lore without breaking any oath of secrecy. Then, he will explore "irregular" and "clandestine" rites, which genuinely delve into the occult aspects of the craft, both theoretical and practical.
And finally, I will move to my favourite subject - Aleister Crowley and Thelema - to showcase how another famous organisation, Ordo Templi Orientis, is, in fact, a Thelemic approach and update to the ideals of Freemasonry.