Serene unemotional and non-dramatic (meaning, above astral level) position on Crowley and his life and teachings.
It is a refreshing breeze in a storm of idiocracy of wanna-be Thelemites and various occultists, authors, and other armchair experts in magick who can't seem to be able to pull their heads out of astral glamour.
These days, everyone talks about the shortcomings of Crowley, rarely realizing how brilliant he really was. Mr. Churton does seem to understand.
I highly recommend Tobias' books as well: