Aleister Crowley: The Beast Demystified (Hardback)
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Short Description for Aleister Crowley From triumph and celebration through to defeat and heartache, eleven men reveal exactly why Wednesday land will forever have a place in their hearts. But no history of Sheffield Wednesday is complete without a look at the managers and Jack Charlton and Tom Atkinson are also included in the author's dream team.
- Published: 01 March 1999
- Format: Hardback 224 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781851589678 ISBN 10: 1851589678
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Dubbed the "wickedest man in the world" and the "Great Beast", Aleister Crowley has a terrifying reputation. Stories abound of drugs, orgies and magical ceremonies involving the sacrifice of babies. Many who associated with him died tragically, including his wife and child. This biography offers an agnostic view, concentrating not on Crowley the impenetrable mystic and bizarre character, but on Crowley the comprehensible man. The book presents the Great Beast as an accessible character: a flawed and egotistical individual who nonetheless left an ineradicable mark on the 19th century.