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David Cherubim is a musician, author, editor and occultist from Los Angeles. As a musician, he is a guitarist and vocalist who records and performs as a solo artist, as well as with other artists. As an author, he has contributed to many books, including various popular titles, and he has also proofread and edited many books for publication, including books by Israel Regardie, Robert Anton Wilson, Timothy Leary, and Lon Milo DuQuette. He started the Aleister Crowley Foundation and the Thelemic Order of the Golden Dawn (which is influenced by the works of Aleister Crowley). He is also an Adept of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn (Israel Regardie lineage) and an Initiate of Aleister Crowley's Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.).

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David Cherubim is a musician, author and editor from Los Angeles. He records and performs as a solo artist, as well as with other artists. His song Thelema from his album BABALON (2007) is in the movie Abbey of Thelema (2008) about Aleister Crowley. He started the Aleister Crowley Foundation and the Thelemic Order of the Golden Dawn (which is influenced by the works of Aleister Crowley). He is an Adept of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn (Israel Regardie lineage) and an Initiate of Aleister Crowley's Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.). He is the author of Alquimia: A Arte Negra ("Alchemy: The Black Art," Madras Editora, 1998); his book Diary of the Antichrist was first published in 2008 (Second Edition, 2012, in association with the Aleister Crowley Foundation); and he has contributed to many books, including: The Legend of Aleister Crowley by Israel Regardie and P. R. Stephensen (Article co-written with Christopher S. Hyatt, 1990); What you should know about the Golden Dawn by Israel Regardie (Article, 1993); Aleister Crowley and the Treasure House of Images by J. F. C. Fuller and Aleister Crowley (Introduction, 2010); Lucifer's Rebellion: A Tribute to Christopher S. Hyatt (Article, 2011); The Eye in the Triangle: An Interpretation of Aleister Crowley by Israel Regardie with an Introduction by Robert Anton Wilson (Foreword, 2011); Cosmic Trigger, Volume I: Final Secret of the Illuminati by Robert Anton Wilson (Foreword, 2013); and The Complete Golden Dawn System of Magic by Israel Regardie (Foreword, Portable Edition, 2013). He has also proofread and edited many books for publication, including: Rebellion, Revolution and Religiousness by Osho (Proofread, 2010); Enochian World of Aleister Crowley by Lon Milo DuQuette (Edited, 2011); What Does WoMan Want? by Timothy Leary (Edited, 2011); Reichian Therapy: A Practical Guide for Home Use by Jack Willis (Edited, 2013); Cosmic Trigger, Volume I: Final Secret of the Illuminati by Robert Anton Wilson (Edited, 2013); The Complete Golden Dawn System of Magic by Israel Regardie (Edited, Portable Edition, 2013); Zen Without Zen Masters by Camden Benares (Edited, 2014); The Eighth Plague: A Political Thriller by Kyle C. Fitzharris (Proofread, 2014); and The Eye in the Triangle: An Interpretation of Aleister Crowley, by Israel Regardie (Edited, 2014).

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