In a message dated 4/25/02 7:37:17 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> admitting that notorious Crowley didn't demonstrate anything of a
> success in his mysticism
Gotta love the new title of this thread LOL!
This is purely my opinion; as such, any are free to disagree. There is no
real argument as we are only talking about my view.
The writer of Crowley's books did indeed have success in mysticism, complete
success as a matter of fact.
The writer of Grant's books obtained partial, but not complete success in
Keep in mind however, that in my view, the originator of Buddhism did not
achieve complete success in mysticism either.
The writer of Patanjali's works, achieved complete success.
The originator of Krishna - complete success
The one known as Osho- complete success
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