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Religious Doom with a Crowley Connection

 
zenobiaphobia
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Religious Doom with a Crowley Connection
By removing religious group's tax exempt status the government may threaten their ability to exist.

But why is this group, the first one to be stripped of its tax exempt status, special? It was Aleister Crowley's childhood religion, the one he rebelled against to become the Beast.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

MPs are demanding an inquiry into the Charity Commission after the watchdog banned a Christian group from charitable status on the grounds that religion is not always for ‘public benefit’.

More than 50 MPs from all the main parties have signed a Commons motion calling on the charity regulator to think again, amid fears that hundreds of religious groups could be stripped of their tax-exempt status, threatening their very existence.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
"The Crowley family were Christian; Aleister's father had been born a Quaker, but had converted to the Exclusive Brethren, a more conservative faction of a denomination known as the Plymouth Brethren. Upon marriage, Emily had also converted to the Exclusive Brethren. Aleister's father was particularly devout, spending his time as a travelling preacher for the sect and reading a chapter from the Bible to his wife and son after breakfast every day.[12][13]"
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