Crowley, Aleister - Book of Law - Behold! These be grave mysteries
Type of Spiritual Experience
Crowley used, promoted and tried all the variations of sexual stimulation and love making as a form of reaching the Divine, the one thing he did not advocate, was the life of the Hermit. So this is a joke. In a way .............
A description of the experience
Book of Law [Aleister Crowley]
Behold! These be grave mysteries; for there are also of my friends who be hermits.
Now think not to find them in the forest or on the mountain; but in beds of purple, caressed by magnificent beasts of women with large limbs, and fire and light in their eyes, and masses of flaming hair about them; there shall ye find them.
Ye shall see them at rule, at victorious armies, at all the joy; and there shall be in them a joy a million times greater than this.
Beware lest any force another, King against King.
Love one another with burning hearts; on the low men trample in the fierce lust of your pride, in the day of your wrath.