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Leila Waddell (Aleister Crowley’s most infamous muse)

Leila Ida Nerissa Bathurst Waddell, also known as Laylah, (1880 – 14 September 1932) was a daughter of Irish immigrants to Australia, Mr and Mrs David Waddell of Bathurst and Randwick. Part-Maori,[1] she was a voluptuous beauty and became a famed Scarlet Woman of Aleister Crowley, and a powerful historical figure in magick and Thelema in her own right.

Leila Waddell (Aleister Crowley’s most infamous muse) Primary inspiration for “The Book of Lies” - a book of cryptic occult ritual.

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Leila Ida Nerissa Bathurst Waddell, also known as Laylah, (August 1880 – September was a daughter of Irish immigrants to Australia, a famed Scarlet Woman of Aleister Crowley, and a powerful historical figure in magick and Thelema in her own right

Allan Bennett (1872–1923) was an English occultist and a principal member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Allan Bennett was regarded by his peers

Allan Bennett was an English occultist and a principal member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Allan Bennett was regarded by his peers

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The real story of Aleister Crowley, the importance of Thelema and its impact on the world today.

Leila Waddell | Aleister Crowley's "Scarlet Woman" | Reproduction photograph in frame by YeOldeMagickeShoppe

Leila Waddell | Aleister Crowley's "Scarlet Woman" | Reproduction photograph in frame by YeOldeMagickeShoppe

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