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The knight of spermatophagy: Penetrating the mysteries of Georges le Clément de Saint-Marcq

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This chapter offers a brief overview of the problems related to Le Clément's role in the history of sexual magic. It indicates that several authors have hinted at the importance of Le Clément's role in the history of sexual magic. The chapter also focuses on the influence that Le Clément may have had on two of the most important authors in the history of sexual magic, Theodor Reuss and Aleister Crowley, while leaving a more detailed study of the Belgian and French groups that took shape around Le Clément's ideas for a future publication. The connection between Le Clément and sexual magic was made quite early.The connection was suggested by, and had some foundation in, the fact that one of the authors actually involved in sexual magic had found inspiration in Le Clément's booklet.

Keywords: Aleister Crowley; Le Clément; sexual magic; Theodor Reuss



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