“As we see in the vow to be taken by his partners in sexual rites, Crowley’s magical work demanded the explicit violation of the moral boundaries that confine ordinary human beings:
‘I will work the work of wickedness
I will kill my heart
I will be loud and adulterous
I will be covered with jewels and rich garments.
I will be shameless before all men
I will, for token thereof, will freely prostitute my body to the lusts of each and
every living creature that shall desire it
I claim the Mystery of Mysteries, BABALON the Great, and the Number 156,
and the robe of the Woman of Whoredomes and the Cup of Abominations.’”
– Hugh Urban, Unleashing the Beast
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