By women, for all

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

Since we released “Opening of the Veil”, we’ve had some beautiful reactions and responses to our work.

I have to say it was so lovely and timely to wake up this morning and listen to your podcast … So refreshing … a great, beautiful and relaxed place for the sisters of Thelema to have a voice.

While we can’t respond to every email we receive, we do immensely appreciate all your feedback.

I found the woman-focused content in the first episode to be quite enlightening, especially the segment about the Priestess role in the Gnostic Mass. “Why doesn’t the man get naked” is a question I’ve gotten from at least one or two women I’ve brought to see the mass.

If you want to get in touch, please use the contact form on our submissions page, or email us here. You can also find us on Facebook.

Dear sisters, I have been with the Order for some time, but circumstances have stopped me from officiating as a Priestess at a Mass (although I have sure done lots of deaconing!) until next month. I am thrilled to be getting ready for my debut. Your discussion of the Mass on the inaugural podcast has made me even more excited to take on this role. I have identified as a feminist since I was a teenager, and your discussion of this aspect of the Priestess role has neatly re-combined my spirituality and my advocacy for equal and fair treatment of all my sisters (all of them, everywhere) … The Law IS for All. Thanks for stating that so cleanly and so much gratitude to you for helping me solidify into my upcoming role as Priestess.

We look forward to hearing from more of you!

Love is the law, love under will.

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