Comunicacion con Entitades Astrales / Extra-terrestres.
Liber AL vel Legis contains three chapters, each of which was written down in one hour, beginning at noon, on 8 April, 9 April, and 10 April. Crowley claims that the author was an entity named Aiwass, whom he later referred to as his personal Holy Guardian Angel (or "Higher Self").
En 1904 ocultista Aleister Crowley recivio el Libro de la Ley despues de ponerse en comunicacion con un ser Astral llamado Aiwass.
hat, for instance of the occultist who strives by an effort of will to establish contact with trans-spatial entities? According to a recent edition of the OTO (Ordo Templi Orientis) journal Khabs, "the central concern of magic is communion with discarnate or extraterrestrial intelligences." It is to this end that much contemporary occultism is predicated. As long ago as 1918 Aleister Crowley conducted a series of experiments in what would today be termed channeling, or "induced contacteeism". (This is of course a simplification of what actually took place, employed here for the sake of convenience.) Since then, several occultists, notably Michael Bertiaux in the 1960s and a group of OTO initiates in the 1970s, have carried out similar magical workings. What is more their efforts in many cases have been crowned with remarkable success -- at least if the official OTO party line is to be believed. This in turn raises quite serious implications for the entire field of UFO research. In order to place these implications in their proper context, it is first of all necessary to say a few words regarding Aleister Crowley's Amalantrah Working, a series of visions and trance-communications received circa January -- March 1918 by the oddly-named Roddie Minor, who was at that time acting as Crowley's Scarlet Woman.
^ Este es un portrato de LAM, una entidad que se habia puesto en contacto con Aleister Crowley.