Crowley’s Experience

Crowley’s experience where mysterious beings came to him and told him that he was a prophet, and transmitted a sacred text to found a new religion is far far more common than people realize. It’s actually a test. Many magicians experience this. Including some I know fairly well. I think it’s probably a natural part of the maturation of most magicians. The correct response is *always* to tell them to FUCK OFF. The world doesn’t need another religion. Being a prophet is actually an impediment to being a competent magician. Some entities like to flatter magicians in order to make them their puppet. Usually those who succumb to this deceit are destroyed in the end. Don’t be them. And if they’re the real deal, telling them to fuck off repeatedly *definitely* won’t matter. Read sacred texts for context. ~ Clifford Hartleigh Low ~

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