"Till lunch the Beast was digging out the memory of the Cairo period to help in search of authentication of date of writing CCXX."

Yesterday – whilst looking for something else – I came across the reference to this again, and vaildated it against Mudd's diary. Mudd doesn't give any more detail about the nature of this digging, nor the outcome. However, the remark in *The Equinox of the Gods* – carried over from the account in *Equinox 7* – confirms this uncertainly: "It must have been on the 7th of April that w. commanded P to enter the "temple" exactly at 12 o'clock noon on three successive days ."

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I am searching for a copy of the first edition of The Book of Lies published by Wieland & co. and also a second 1907 edition of The Star In The West

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Primatologist Frans de Waal inadvertently popularized the term ‘alpha male.’ Now, he’s debunking common stereotypes to explain what an ‘alpha male’ really is – empathetic and protective, an individual who is more likely to break up fights as oppose to going around starting them intimidating others and being a general 'bully'.

I think it has relevance to Thelema and Liber AL.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ga1-R8rnncg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NsRiB0Gv4kQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGkNDpXCNJ0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SW_I-kSGck

https://www.aetherius.org/

http://www.oto.org/

https://www.astrumargenteum.org/

https://www.outercol.org/

2029 2030 2031]]>Crowley told us that Jehovah was a minor, tribal deity who commanded the rape of virgins and the sacrifice of little children. We mostly accept this with a sense of humor, thinking, "Yeah, that's him, all right.".

Here's an article, a research project with excellent English-as-a-Second Lingo barely noticeable. The author tells us, "In this article I intend to delve into the history of the ancient cults and expose the true origin of that sinister god."

This is pretty good reading,with huge spaces between the lines for some reason (so we can *read between the lines?)*, with a few *very *interesting details ...

Never thought I'd see Thelema in a series like this! Really cool stuff!

2017 2018 2019https://www.paramountplus.com/shows/strange-angel/

]]>In light of recent discussions regarding the number 143, I followed a hunch and got some very interesting results in terms of the TQ English gematria.

The 13 canonical *Holy Books of Theléma* are Libri I, VII, X, XXVII, LXV, LXVI, XC, CLVI, CCXX, CCXXXI, CCCLXX, CD, DCCCXIII. These contain 27468 words that are written in all Roman characters (some of which are ‘barbarous’ words that are not English). This total excludes all numbers and Hebrew, Greek and Arabic words in the Books, as well as the verse numbers, the chapter headings, the list of genii names (which are a mixture of letter types), and ‘The Comment’ to Liber Legis (which may not be Class A). Thus, it is a test of the English gematria only.

The grand total of all of these English words, using TQ gematria, is 1246612. Using this as the volume of a cube, the surface area of the whole cube is 69497.96998, and the surface area of one face of the cube is 11582.99499. These are extremely close to integer values.

2016The surface areas can be rounded up .03 to 69498 for the whole cube, and .005 to 11583 for one face of the cube.

69498 = equals 143 * 486

143 = the sum of the numbers in the Cipher of AL 2:76

486 = "It is certain that every letter of this cipher hath some value"

This shows a correlation between the gematria of the Holy Books, as described in the clause from Liber LXV I:52, and the number from the Cipher in *Liber AL*.

~11583 is the surface area of one face of the cube. 11583 = equals 143 * 81

All of the dimensions of a cube are determined by the edge length, which can be found by dividing the volume by the area of one of the faces. If we begin with 1246612 as the volume, we divide by 11583 to get a ‘theoretical’ value for the edge length of 107.6242769. This is extremely close to the actual value:

~107.6243234 actual edge

~107.6242769 theoretical edge

~000.0000465 difference – accurate to 4 decimal places.

Within the limits of whole-number gematria, we can therefore conclude that by dividing the grand total of the Holy Books by 81, and then by 143, the result is the edge length of the cube whose volume is the Holy Books gematria (within a value of 1 in one and a quarter million).

Both 81 and 143 are highly significant in the Holy Books. There are 81 lines in the 27 trigrams of *Liber Trigrammaton*, and 143 is the gematria of the word **Trigrammaton**. Note that neither of those entities plays a role in the summation of the gematria cube, so they can be seen as objective measurements from ‘outside’ the sum of the English words. So, the name of *Liber XXVII* (Trigrammaton-143) times the number of its lines (81) produces the surface area of the face of the gematria cube of the Holy Books.

Of course, there are other factors that could be used; we might instead want to use 27, for the number of trigrams, thus 11583 = 27 * 429. The gematria of 429 will lead right into the final step.

429 = "the Master of the Temple of A.'.A.'., whose name is Truth"

This phrase is clearly using the capitalized words to create a notarikon for M.A.A.T., as noted by AC.

So, there is one last thing to consider that brings all of these numbers into focus. The surface area of the cube is ~69498 (accurate to within .0300). Writing this number in base 3 is quite illuminating:

Decimal 69498 = ternary 10112100000. Reversing the order of the digits, we end up with five leading zeroes, which drastically reduces the value of the number: ternary 00000121101 = decimal 442.

The value of the surface area reverses to 442, the value of the name מאאת = MAAT.

This illustrates that the substrate of all the 13 Holy Books is the name of the goddess of the Next Aeon.

Litllwtw

O.L.

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Since the following extract from *9D *(the 9th dimension, known to the had-working Thelemic peoples as Chokmah, begins on pafe 52 of *9D, *you must understand that the protagonist begins here by recounting his adventure in Geburah (6D) - as part of his descent ton Malkuth, where the trouble is breaking out. His next stop (recounted in this very text) is to get down to Tiphareth (5D).

It's just 8 pages, snatched out of context, for your amusement. I know you need a short break and a chance to chuckle about the impending state of the universe ...

https://mega.nz/file/JRYUQZZL#t-tCMCLuUAPZNB9twZtrajteX2lxn7o4hOjGxvOGW4k

More to follow, if I still have an open account.

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