Julian Wilde

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Julian Wilde


England  ? - present

Comments: Chaos magician; Vajrayāna Buddhism; Shamanistic Tantric Wicca; Chaos Warrior; Chaos magick emerged in the 1960s, and an informal "Circle of Chaos" developed in England around Ray Sherwin and Julian Wilde, who wrote the initial works on chaos theory and practice. During the 1970s, Peter Carroll and Phil Hine emerged as the primary theoreticians of chaos magick, and the Initiates of Thanateros was formed;


Teachers: Aleister Crowley; Kenneth Grant; Jack Parsons; Robert Anton Wilson; Austin Osman Spare; Dr. Timothy Leary; H. P. Lovecraft; Dr. Francis Israel Regardie; Frater Achad AKA Charles Stansfeld Jones; Carlos Castaneda; Michael Moorcock; Timothy Leary; Phil Hine;

Students:

Friends & fellow Researchers; Ray Sherwin; Nema; Sallie Ann Glassman AKA Mambo Chen; Jerry Cornelius; Grady McMurtry AKA Hymenaeus Aplpha; Bill Heidrick; Nevill Drury; Francis King; Stephen Skinner; Lon Milo DuQuette; James Wasserman; Stephen Mace; Chuck Furnace; Peter Carroll; Timothy d’Arch Smith; Adrian Savage;

Organizations: "The Circle of Chaos"; Church of Ka'atas;

Author: Grimoire of Chaos Magick; co-author, Cardinal Rites of Chaos, by the Circle of Chaos;


Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/initiates-of-thanateros#ixzz26HNQBgp6


Resources: http://www.thelemapedia.org/index.php/Chaos_magick; http://www.chaosmatrix.org/library/chaos/texts/intchaos.html; http://ebookbrowse.com/the-grimoire-of-chaos-magick-julian-wilde-pdf-d167687378; http://www.answers.com/topic/initiates-of-thanateros; read him here - http://darkbooks.org/pp.php?v=1044986190