- On-line: Das O.T.O.-Phaenomen (1994): one chapter is a draft of the
biography that appears as "Ein Leben fuer die Rose".
Updated and enlarged in "Der O.T.O. Phänomen REMIX" (2001), out of print, and in Der O.T.O. Phänomen RELOAD (2011).
- Materialien zum O.T.O. (facsimiles of
documents: the rituals of the F.R.A., the Eucharistic Ritual of the
Gnostic Catholic Church in Brazil, many photographies and charters).
Noch mehr Materialien zum O.T.O.
- On-line: Ein Leben fuer die Rose: the biography of
Krumm-Heller and some text examples. The History of the several
F.R.A.-lodges all over the world and their interconnections with the
O.T.O.-groups. The book also contains the Liturgy of the Gnostic Mass, the F.R.A.-rituals
in facsimile, many photographies and charters.
- On-line: Abramelin & Co.: Contains John Gaster's
"Krumm-Heller in England" — and a paper-only letter from Dr. Buchinger about the book "Ein Leben fuer die Rose".
- The Secrets
- Correct Gnosticism
- Smoke gets in your Aiwass, I and II
- Nosferatu's Baby
Regarding Aleister Crowley's antidemocratic, racist and mysanthropic writings, followers point out: "The reason [...] aspects of Thelema are omitted [in public discussion] indicates the actual problem with presenting Thelema as a religion and attempting to get Thelema sanctioned by the government or approved by the public: Thelema is ultimately in contrast to and transgressive of normative society. Thelema rejects the morals and values of normative society and acts to transgress and violate these norms. From the inclusion of intoxicants in ritual, to the positive view of sexuality, which frequently is seen as promoting promiscuity, to the pro–authoritarian and Nietzschian aspects of Thelema, normative society has much to reject in Thelema and conversely, Thelema encourages its adherents to reject most aspects of normative society.". "Journal of Thelemic Studies", 1;2, 2008, page 40. See The Templar's Reich.