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Leila Waddell

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Leila Waddell (1880-1932), Crowley's most famed Scarlet Woman, is a powerful historical figure in magic and Thelema in her own right. Immortalized in The Book of Lies and the Confessions and familiarly addressed by Crowley as Laylah, she was a writer, magician, musician, daughter of Irish immigrants to Australia, mother, and founding member of the original company of the Rites of Eleusis. She was also, arguably, Crowley's most powerful muse, inspiring numerous poems.

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