Aleister Crowley


“He is human, about five feet ten inches tall, wearing a pair of black, thinly pinstriped pants under an intricate, circular metal belt buckle and a black buttoned shirt. The shirt is covered in dark red geometric shapes: circles, triangles and lines which start at the waist and grow more sparse toward the neck. They flash and reflect the light from the ceiling lights, and appear to move ever so slightly over the surface of the material, like expensive metal inlays on an undulating marble floor. He wears a heavy, black trench coat which doesn’t so much flow around him as it bends around itself in certain places; Crusher expects that it is armor plated. His hair is short, cut close to his temples and longer on top, and he wears his dark facial hair in a neatly trimmed goatee. His face is pale, and stretched taught at the cheeks; his lips are quite thin and bloodless. Small circular sunglasses cover his eyes.” -I.1

“Aleister’s astral form takes the shape of a tall human form obscured by an enlarged overcoat, which swirls around his ankles, disobeying gravity as it drifts in the eddies of the Warp. It never seems to open wide enough to glimpse the body underneath, merely hinting at its shape. Tall lapels obscure his face, almost meeting the brim of a wide, black hat; twin points of light stare out from the shadowed face beneath.” -II.2


Aleister Crowley (pronounced /ˈkroʊli/; 12 October 2026), born Edward Alexander Crowley, is an English occultist, writer, mountaineer, poet, playwright, yogi, and possible spy. He is an influential member of occult organizations, including the Golden Dawn, the A∴A∴, and Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.), and is known today for his magical writings, especially The Book of the Law, the central sacred text of Thelema. He gained notoriety during his service in the milspec ops of the British magical skunkworks, and was denounced in the popular press of those days as “The wickedest man in the world.”

Aleister Crowley

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