I’ve posted another excerpt from my Aleister Crowley: Magick, Rock and Roll, and the Wickedest Man in the World on my blog at The Daily Grail. It’s from Chapter One, “The Unforgivable Sin,” and suggests that far from being seen as mad, bad and dangerous to know, Crowley today has mellowed into a British national treasure, rather like Sir Mick Jagger.
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I am the author of many books on consciousness, culture, and the western esoteric tradition; a list of my publications can be found at amazon.com. I write for several journals in the UK and US and lecture regularly in the US, UK, and Europe. My books have been translated into many languages and I appear in many television and radio documentaries. I am a professor in the evolution of consciousness in the Transformative Studies department of the California Institutie of Integreal Studies. In a former life I was a founding member of the rock group Blondie and in 2006 was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. View all posts by Gary Lachman