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Hipster Thelemite

Hipster Thelemite
Hipster Thelemite, originally uploaded by Kyla Dawn Clay.


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Do What Thou Wilt Print

Noticed this Do What Thou Wilt print in a kind of old school tattoo style by Poison Apple Printshop.

“This is a hand printed original screenprint made from an original drawing by artist and printmaker Adrienne Rozzi. It is a 4-color print with gold, red, white, and black. It features a gypsy with day of the dead skull tattoos as well as a 6-pointed star. The banner reads ‘Do What Thou Wilt’ which is a phrase made popular by occultist Aleister Crowley. There are two hands at the top with the all-seeing eye of truth tattooed on them. This is a second limited edition of 25 and only a portion of them will be sold online so get them while they’re here! This second edition has metallic red and gold ink whereas the first edition only had metallic gold.

It is printed on Fawn (tan) colored Stonehenge paper (acid free) and each print will come numbered and signed by the artist.

It measures about 9″ x 11″.” [via]

On the Formulae of the Unicursal Hexagram by Frater David R. Jones

“If the standard premises upon which the Golden Dawn formulates its planetary hexagrams are applied, a symbolically consistent system of invoking and banishing can be derived. Further these formulations can be verified by corollary application of the elemental paradigm, with similarly consistent and symbolically harmonious results.” [via]