Master of Darkness: Alister Crowley

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Tonight my special guest is William Ramsey who's here and this time we discuss the occult and Alister Crowley.

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In the book Children of the Beast, author William Ramsey traces the influence of the Great Beast, Aleister Crowley, upon the culture and history of the Twentieth Century and the New Millennium. Based upon a vast examination of diverse sources, Ramsey exposes how varied individuals such as Adolf Hitler, Ian Fleming, Arthur C. Clarke, H. R. Giger, Timothy Leary and David Bowie are connected to and influenced by Aleister Crowley, the Prophet of the New Age. Packed with original research and containing unique insights into the lives of famous personalities, Children of the Beast grasps the immense impact of Aleister Crowley upon modern history.

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