> Eric also wrote:
> "Last time I hashed out terminology with Nigris, I proposed the term
> "Therionic Thelema" to refer to the "traditional" Crowleyan set not in
> small part because it simply identifies it as being tied closely to the
> person of the Master Therion without carrying any hidden assumptions
> its superiority or inferiority to any other Thelemic school, in much the
> same way as Thomists and Calvinists and other schools of Christian
> have their identifying labels."
> Interesting. Is there a message # you could refer me to?
> Love is the law, love under will.
I too would be interested in that conversation.
posterchilde for the curious