I wrote this one a number of years ago and it got picked up in an anthology. Hopefully you will still find it relevant.The following has been reprinted with the expressed permission of Beyond Borders Press 2002 from The World Healing Book. Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of...Read More
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. Yes I can recall that cold blustery evening, the night I decided to claim my magical right, claim the power I knew resided inside of me. I was using my homemade cluster candle, made of several different candles all melted...Read More
In the blink of an eye I knew, This is a big mistake. All of a sudden I knew I was in over my head. I knew Leviathan couldn’t fit in this tiny closet, especially with me already in it, but it was too late. I felt a wave of fear crash over me like I had never have, before or...Read More
The Break Up: Thelema Style is a mildly updated version of a previously published story, which was one of my first essays I have ever written about my experience of… well… breaking up. As Cor Lucis updates this site, we will be presenting some of our older material...Read More
... because "Every man and every woman is a star."
F or the last 12 years Cor Lucis has been a Los Angeles based initiatory order rooted in Golden Dawn style teaching while promoting the Do what thou wilt philosophy of Thelema. If you are a like mind and would like to know more. We would love to hear from you.
T he Tree of Life is considered the seminal symbol of Qabalah and has been used in pathworking and the understanding of hermetic ideas for decades. While much of the occult community uses the Kircher Tree, a Jesuit translated version with a strong Christian set of symbols, Cor Lucis has chosen the Tree by the Gra, an 18th century Kabbalist and mystic as a more comfortable and appropriate reflection of our Thelemic ideology. Want to find out more?
T helema is a belief that we are all here for a reason, and each of us has a specific focus in this incarnation. It is our chief process to find out what that focus is and do that and nothing else. This process is called the True Will. And while this is a large part of being a Thelemite, there is more.