Unraveling the Magical Year of Thelema

“Despite Aleister Crowley’s popularity, few have an understanding of the Thelemic Holy Days of the year spelled out in the central, sacred holy text the Book of the Law. Many people are familiar with the Wiccan wheel of the year, but have not heard of the yearly cycle of holy days in Thelema. This is unfortunate, because the holy days throughout the Thelemic year are rich with symbolism, meaning, and a joyous embrace of the natural cycles that are a part of us. You do not have to be Thelemite to find meaning and value in Thelemic traditions, rituals, and practices. From Equinoxes and Solstices to celebrations of birth and death, this talk explores Thelema throughout the year and offers a unique door into the magick, history, and living tradition of Thelema. Participants will learn practical tools and information to make yearly observances and Thelemic magick a meaningful part of their journey.


Maevius Lynn is a ceremonial magician and occultist whose particular focus of her occult path is Thelema. She is an artist, writer, and YouTuber who has a special interest in making the occult accessible and inclusive. She currently resides in the Southern United States where she is active in her local Pagan community. As part of that community, she writes and performs ritual as well as gives educational talks. Some of her educational content can be found on her YouTube channel as well as published magazine articles. She is currently an active member of Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.) where she serves as a local body officer. Her dedication to educating others and sharing her love of the occult extends to online spaces where she collaborates with other authors and creators on podcasts, videos, and other various projects.

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Amy Hale is an Atlanta based writer, curator and critic, ethnographer and folklorist speaking and writing about esoteric history, art, culture, women and Cornwall. She is the author of Ithell Colquhoun: Genius of the Fern Loved Gully (Strange Attractor 2020) and is currently working on several Colquhoun related manuscripts. She is also the editor of Essays on Women in Western Esotericism: Beyond Seeresses and Sea Priestesses (Palgrave 2022). She has contributed gallery texts and essays for a number of institutions including Tate, Camden Arts Centre, Art UK, Arusha Galleries, Heavenly Records and she is a curator and host for the Last Tuesday Society lecture series.

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21st Aug 2024 8:00 pm - 09:30 pm

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