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The Camel:  A Discussion of the Value of Interior Certainty

   

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Type of Media:

Periodical.

 

Name:

The Occult Review.

 

Issue:

Volume XIII, Number 43.

 

Date:

April 1911.

 

Publisher:

William Rider and Son, Ltd. 

 

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London/New York.

 

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Pages 208-213.

 

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Published in the April issue of the UK edition and March issue of the "foreign edition." 

 

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Crowley:

     In the desert each impression is beaten into one's brain with what at first seems maddening monotony. One feels starved; there are so few facts to feed on. One has to pass through an abyss of boredom. At last there comes a crisis. Suddenly the shroud is snatched away from one's soul and one enters upon an entirely new kind of life, in which one no longer regrets the titillation of the thoughts which tumble over each other in civilized surroundings, each preventing one undergoing the ordeal involved when it becomes necessary to penetrate beneath the shadow-show to the secret sanctuary of the soul. I have explained these things in some detail in two essays, "The Soul of the Desert" and "The Camel", which my wanderings in the Sahara inspired.

     — The Confessions of Aleister Crowley.  New York, NY.  Hill and Wang, 1969.  Pages 627-628.

 

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