Greetings of the Equinox of the Gods!

“A feast for the Supreme Ritual, and a feast for the Equinox of the Gods.”  – AL II, 40 “The Supreme Ritual is the Invocation of Horus, which brought about the Opening of the New Aeon. The date is March 20… The Equinox of the Gods is the term used to describe the Beginning of

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Support for Ukrainian OTO

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. OTO International Headquarters has established a mechanism to raise funds for our Ukrainian brothers and sisters. Your donation to this fund will support affected members in Ukraine, as well as Ukrainian members who have been forced to flee from their country due to the

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Challenges to Trans Rights in Texas

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. The Governor and Attorney General of the state of Texas have declared that the provision of gender-affirming care to trans children constitutes child abuse, and have directed social services legal personnel to investigate trans children and prosecute their parents.  They have also directed mandated

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January Transitions

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. The Electoral College met on January 15th, and a few acknowledgements are in order. Therefore: Congratulations to Br. Kenneth Jordan on his confirmation as Master of Bubastis Oasis in Dallas, TX, and many thanks to Br. Tony G. for his service in that office.

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Solstice Greetings

Greetings of the December (Southern) Solstice, which is the time that the Earth’s north pole reaches its maximum tilt away from the Sun, and the Sun is at its lowest daily maximum elevation in the northern sky.  Tomorrow at 15:59 UTC, the Sun will be at 270° ecliptic longitude, and will enter the sign of Capricorn,

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October Transitions

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. The Electoral College met on October 16th, and a few acknowledgements are in order. Therefore: Congratulations to Br. Thomas W. on his confirmation as Master of Anabasis Camp in Indianapolis, IN, after having served as Acting Master of that body since April. Congratulations to

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A Few Thoughts about Jim W.

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. I just attended (via Zoom) a memorial service for Bro. James Wasserman, who died on the 18th of November last year. Jim and I has a rather tempestuous relationship. He had strong beliefs and opinions, and he stood by them. I have strong beliefs

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Crowleymas

Greetings of Crowleymas! While it is not an official holiday on the Thelemic Calendar, today marks the 146th anniversary of the birth of Aleister Crowley, a commemoration often referred to as “Crowleymas.”  Edward Alexander Crowley was born on this day in 1875 e.v. at 30 Clarendon Square, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, in the West Midlands

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Greetings of the Equinox

Greetings of the September (Southward) Equinox, which is the time that the sun crosses the projection of the earth’s equator (at 180° ecliptic longitude) into the southern hemisphere, and enters the sign of Libra, the Cardinal Sign of Air.  According to NOAA, it is the beginning of astronomical autumn in the Northern Hemisphere, although meteorological autumn

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Hurricane Ida Response

According to reports I’ve received, our New Orleans folks are safe.  However, all New Orleans residents are facing the possibility of months without power or safe and reliable water, including our members there.  Our local members are trying to collect supplies for survival and recovery, including water filters, non-perishable food and tarps.  If you’d like

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