Science and Religion
“Magick explores and learns to control those regions of Nature which lie beyond the objects of sense. Reaching the highest parts of these regions, called the divine, one proceeds by the exaltation … of the consciousness to identify oneself with those ‘celestial’ Beings.”
Aleister Crowley in Magick Without Tears
Atomic Unicursal Hexagram
AC 2012 explore Crowley’s ideas about the scientific basis of religious experience, applying science to politics, and the indirect influence that Crowley’s philosophy has had on scientific advancements.
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