THE EYE IN THE TRIANGLE AN INTERPRETATION OF ALEISTER CROWLEY By Israel Regardie Introduction by Robert Anton Wilson Preface by Christopher. Regardie states in his book, The Eye in the Triangle: An Interpretation of Regardie would later write a biography of Crowley, The Eye in the Triangle, and. Results 1 – 30 of 67 THE EYE IN THE TRIANGLE by Regardie, Israel and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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He was able to shed light and reason on some of his more paradoxical aspects. The moral qualities appropriate to this figure are swiftness and strength. Monte Plaisance rated it really liked it Apr 29, Its first English temple-Isis-Urania, was opened in the following year. Since that first reading, I have read the book a few more times, including recent “At the age of twenty, I obtained my first copy of The Eye in the Triangle at an Occult Bookstore in Los Angeles called The Psychic Eye and, naturally, I read it with the greatest enthusiasm and interest, and I excitedly extracted the essentials from its pages.
O Lord, be my helper, and bring me to the bliss of the Beloved. I accept the reports in his diaries that he learned to achieve dhyana the trance of unity fairly regularly and easily, and occasionally got beyond even that to Samadhi the state, known only to advanced Orien- tal adepts and students of quantum physics, where it makes sense to say that existence and non-existence are the same.
A few months earlier I had sent him a photograph. Evening prayer and sermon say 30 minutes. Its membership was recruited from every circle of life, including physicians, psychologists, clergymen, artists, philosophers and poets. They were warm eyes, small but friendly and alive-rather inclined to fix themselves in one position and bore in-but hardly hypnotic in any sense of the word. Nor is mountain-climbing, or big-game hunting, or exploring!
It made him always the funniest, sometimes the bright- est and occasionally the most abominable man of his generation. Just previously he had written a famous mystic writer, A.
But trlangle the mystical means then at my disposal I required a perioa of days or of weeks to obtain any Result Jul 16, Theodore Spencer rated it really liked it. But again, one swallow does not make a summer.
It looks as though, after all these travellings, everything remains in suspense on the Rituals of the Golden Dawn He ultimately identified himself with that Beast, without question aided and abetted by his mother. Dip into Gopi Krishna or Ken Wilbur, for instance — or into ten dozen like them – and you will find yourself afloat in an ocean of semantic mush.
Regardie guides the reader through the interpretation of selected Crowley writings, which very much facilitates the immersion into the evolving transcendentalism of this mythological figure. From the age of 20, Regardie worked as Crowley’s personal secretary. So I accepted her, whom Symonds calls Miroslava. He swept aside all 19th Century barnacles and incrus- tations, redefined every concept, and created something that is totally contemporary with our existence as 20th Century persons.
Credit has to be accorded him for psychological experimentation-not with laboratory animals, but with himself as the subject. There is no single label that can apply to this multi-faceted personality. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Would you like us to take another look at this review?
Among my teiangle character traits at that time was a sensitivity to criticism, valid or invalid. In reply Waite urged him to read a certain book which spoke of a hidden community of Light, an invisible and interior Sanctuary whose sainted members watched over the welfare of mankind. But such were the facts!
Regardie takes several homophobic cheap shots at AC, and writes as if the reader would be amused by them. If it happened that he Kenneth MacKenzie was telling the truth, it is not impossible that this multifarious person, who is known to have talked once at least with Eliphas Levi and to have left behind him some serious Enochian documents, may have produced the G.
It was with a sigh of relief as I sailed into New York harbor, after the wild storms and turmoils of the preceding hectic years, years of initiation, harassment and, I hope, growth. A writer may have seen and felt a great deal; with extreme good luck, he griangle even have understood what he saw and felt; but without the tool Hemingway recommended, he will never com- municate efficiently.
His slurs struck a raw nerve. By all the cruel and cold despair That Christ hath brought upon the land By Mary and the false blind beastly Lies of the prudish and the priestly: Covers Crowley’s early years of occult exploits before he went off the deep end!?
In one tue the stories he had just finished reading, there was a character named Badcock— a perfectly good and legitimate English name.
Probably one of the best, if biased, biographical books on Crowley written by his one-time secretary and student. Indeed, he is constantly being corrected by Nature Europeans cannot face the facts frankly, they cannot escape from their animal appetite, yet suffer the tortures of fear and shame even while gratifying it. He would tbe himself comfortable in a big chair, where he would smoke very expensive cigars when he had them, or a big pipe filled with perique or latakia tobacco.
But in all of this mechanical work there is no trace of creativity. Why People Believe Weird Things. Humble men and women from every level of society have drawn inspiration from it.
The Eye in the Triangle: An Interpretation of Aleister Crowley by Israel Regardie
Check out the top books of the year on our page Reegardie Books of In point of fact, nothing of this kind ever occurred. The subtitle, An Interpretation of Aleister Crowley, is exact – and a psychologist rgardie AC in the light of this event would almost certainly have revealed intimate insights, especially one who knew him as well as did the author.
His obscure literary style especially came in for constant lampooning. We further believe that the Consummation of Spiritual Experience is reflected into the spheres of intellect and action as Genius, so that by taking an ordinary man we can by training produce a Master.