I saw no objection to
stating my position for the sake of sincere and worthy people
who might, through ignorance of the facts, be turned away from
truth. I accordingly availed myself of the editor of a
high-class illustrated weekly, the Bystander, and wrote
two articles explaining what the Rites of Eleusis were; how
people might cultivate their highest faculties by studying them.
— The Confessions of Aleister Crowley.
New York, NY. Hill and Wang, 1969. Page 639.