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Aleister Crowley - The Beast 666

by Donna Zuckerbrot

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Categories: Bizarre, History
Media Type: DVD

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Aleister Crowley was an accomplished mountain climber, poet, chess player and writer. He is also the most well known and influential occult magician of modern times. His admirers saw him as the prophet of a new age, whose goal was a spiritual awakening for himself and all humanity. At times his unique message and unusual behavior led to misunderstandings and contempt. His detractors denounced him as a Satanist, a drug addict, and a sex maniac. The tabloids labeled him a Black Magician, The Wickedest man in the World and the Man We'd Like to Hang. The Great Beast, as he called himself, continues to be an influence on the spiritual world today.

Running Time Approximately 47min
Date Added: Jul 31st, 2008


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Official Review

October 1st, 2009 8:45am
Reviewed by Bryce Kuhlman
Here at MyLovelyAssistant, we do our best to review everything that comes in. Sometimes the subject matter is only remotely related to magic. Even so, we can usually find one of our official reviewers who has enough basic knowledge of the subject that they can provide an informed review.

Such is the case with many of the movies recently produced by Donna Zuckerbrot. Two of them showcase famous magicians (Jeff McBride and Max Maven). The others are on subjects in the realm of spiritualism, occult, hypnotism, etc.

Since this DVD probably isn't going to inform any of your work, and I doubt many of you will every watch it, I'll try to review it as I would an independent film.

There's no question that Alastair Crowley was complex man. Some see him as the anti-christ while others see him as the bringer of a new age of spiritual enlightenment.

The good news is that this film tries to cover all the bases. Lon Milo DuQuette speaks for the Crowley-philes. He's studied and... [Read More]

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