Dubbed as the wickedest man in the world, the public life and spiritual practice of Aleister Crowley has been the subject of many dubious debates. However, an authentic inspection of who he really was and what he was trying to accomplish paints a different portrait of this influential esoteric teacher. Lon Milo DuQuette explores the life and times of Aleister Crowley to reveal why he got such a bum rap, despite having the same motives as every holy man who has tried to raise the consciousness of the planet in this interview with George Noory.
In 1972, Lon Milo DuQuette quit the music business and pursued his interest in mysticism, particularly the work of Aleister Crowley. He began writing professionally in 1988 and has since published 16 books (translated into 12 languages).