- uploaded: Jun 26, 2011
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MARSyangdi Valley, Tibet.
Aleister Crowley climbed the mountains that you see before you.
Even HE was struck by the majestic BEAUTY and calm of the place.
The Ruler of NEPAL was extremely reluctant to allow Crowley and his mountaineering party to pass through.
Crowley sympathized with the man.
"Where the White man sets his foot, the grass of Freedom and the flower of Good Faith are trampled into the mire of Vice and Commercialism..."
Yes, I KNOW that I misspelled CROWLEY in the "ALIEN GREY" story, but this site rarely allows CORRECTIONS....
Also, there should be a question mark at the end of "How could they have Known?", but them's the breaks.....