posted on Dec, 22 2016 @ 05:58 PM
Do it by yourself or find another loner to teach you. If you cannot do alone what you can do with a room full of other occultists, then you're a crap
You can find all of the OTO literature on the internet and in book shops. You can find in-depth guides to it by various practitioners who have left
due to the nonsense. If your BS filter is in good shape, Crowley's a good source. However, if you are remotely gullible, Crowley and the OTO are not
for you; perhaps study the eastern philosophies from which Crowley took 99.9% of his material instead (the other .01 is Hermeticism and Solomonic ish,
and you should only bugger around with that if you really actually know what the hell you're doing (and if you're like kinda maybe joined with
the OTO, you don't.))
I think of the OTO's permanent spiritual union thing the same as the evangelical Christian notion that if you accept Jesus once, you're a Christian
forever. You're only anything as long as you're that thing, it takes more than some spiritual grace to make you a thing, it takes deeds and a state of
mind. It's just another religion with its perversions and foolishness and pomp and beauty and good and bad and everything else.
And the long story short is that before you even try joining the OTO, actually try out their first year's study and practice, because it will probably
make you think better of your life choices and find a different means of attaining...whatever it is you're looking for.