Feb 22 - May 18 (2010)
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Dude, like, Aleister Crowley said you could learn the Holy Kabbalah, in, like, two ways. You could memorize all those tables of correspondences, OR you could tackle one Kabbalistic problem and focus all your attention on it. Well, a few years ago I noticed that the Hebrew word for “smoke” adds up to 420, which I found an interesting coincidence. Man, that sounds like a Kabbalistic problem. This class will explore the mysteries of the Kabbalah through the number 420. I think this will provide a wonderful entryway into the thought of Aleister Crowley and a playful approach to the Golden Dawn material which so greatly influenced Crowley, Israel Regadie, Robert Anton Wilson and many others. Along the way we will discuss the history of the Kabbalah and Jewish mysticism, the relationship between the Kabbalah and the Western occult tradition, and the interrationships between the Jewish, Christian and Sufi traditions. Please join us on this Kabbalistic voyage.
Text: 777 by Aleister Crowley
Also, read Eric Wagner at full steam in "AN INSIDER'S GUIDE TO ROBERT ANTON WILSON"