Aleister Crowley

Aleister Crowley was a British occultist and mystic, or, according to Evelyn Smythe, a narcissistic charlatan who wrote awful poetry. "He was a bit of a joke, really"; at the very best, he was a "cut-price Nietzsche". According to her, he "filed his teeth into points, and called himself the Beast." (AUDIO: The Spectre of Lanyon Moor)

Sir Archibald Flint believed that Aleister Crowley was a prophet. As he saw it, Crowley's vision was the dissolution of absolute morality. He wrote, "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law." Evelyn called this a very feeble philosophy. Sir Archibald used a variation on this quote as a justification for imposing his own will on all the people. (AUDIO: The Spectre of Lanyon Moor)

Iris Wildthyme once shared a Paris apartment with Crowley. (PROSE: Parsley Sage, Rosemary and Wildthyme)

Prior to 1915, Crowley gave his copy of the grimoire known as the Necronomicon to Dr Howard Phillips in lieu of payment for an ulcer operation. (PROSE: White Darkness)

In 1944, Crowley served as an adviser for the British Army's wartime experiment, Project Big Ben. Taking notes from what was known about the failure of Project Chronos, the Germans' equivalent, Crowley warned the British to consider the type of energy used and the machine's proximity to ley lines. (PROSE: The Crawling Terror)

In 1947, a Jarakabeth that Crowley had summoned began to impersonate him. (PROSE: Heart of TARDIS)

Circa 2007, Ace met a woman who wore a t-shirt that had a hologram decal of Crowley on the front of it. (PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Warhead)

A Reprise of Crowley lived in Europa during the 33rd century. He was a member of the Anti-Church and a rival of Johann Faust. (PROSE: Managra)

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