And The Beast Goes On…

Here’s the link to the second part of my talk on Aleister Crowley, given at the Kensington Central Library on March 15th. My sense of time tends to dilate when I give a talk, and before I know it I’ve covered a mere fraction of what I had intended to when I’m being signaled to cut to the chase. Never fear. As I shamefacedly say in the talk, you can get the full story here, if you haven’t already.

I should mention that my  next talk on Crowley, for the Century Club in London’s Soho, is sold out, as is a talk I am giving in May on Madame Blavatsky. That’s an encouraging sign. There are places left though for two other talks I’m giving in London in June. One is on P.D. Ouspensky, on his life and work in London during the years entre deux guerres, again at Kensington Central Library. The other is on Owen Barfield, at Rudolf Steiner House ,on June 5. It isn’t listed yet on the Rudolf Steiner House web site but will be soon I imagine.

I’ve also heard that the audio version of Lost Knowledge of the Imagination will be available soon. When it is you’ll be among the first to know. I am also giving an online course based on the book for the summer semester of the California Institute of Integral Studies. Any knowledge we find I’ll be sure to share with you.

7 thoughts on “And The Beast Goes On…

  1. Thank you for your wonderful book on HPB! It’s 4:39 AM and I can’t put the book down. I love your wit and style. I’ve read probably a thousand books but you are my new fav writer. I trust you. That’s saying a lot. A lot a lot. Plus- Blondie friggin RULES!!!😇❤️I am planning on buying all your books. I’m so excited! I haven’t actually read a GOOD book in years. So glad. 🎼💃🎶that’s my happy Dance!

    1. I’ll be videoing the talk and putting it on You Tube. I’ll post when it’s up. I’ll be doing the same with the other talks that are coming up. Thanks for asking.

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