First of all, thank you for contributing to Thelemapedia! It has been observed that you are not yet in the habit of citing your sources. Don't worry, most people don't have this habit! However, it is very important for articles to be properly cited and referenced. If you write something like "Crowley believed that the sky was yellow", you must tell us where he said that. Also, if you write something that is a statement or belief of a group or person, be sure you attribute that statement or belief to them. You certainly need to cite direct quotations, or it is violating copyright laws!
For a simple primer on making proper citations, along with a list of common books and libers in reference form, check out Common Sources. It will make your article look more professional and expert-like. Thank you...and please, keep contributing!
—The Executive Editors