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Will by Hunter MacKenzie

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Will by Hunter MacKenzie

“Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.”

Thus wrote Aleister Crowley in the Book of the Law, Chapter I, Verse 40. It is a simple sentence, seemingly, and its meaning is quite commonsensical. Or at least it should be. But common sense is as scarce these days as it was when Crowley first transcribed his message–and time has shown that even the simplest, most straightforward concept can be misunderstood, misinterpreted, and twisted beyond all comprehension by both the forces of ignorance and those of malice. It is my intention in this article to take you back to the source and by so doing, shed light upon the true meaning of the words “Do what thou wilt.”

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that's nice of him.

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"WilliamThirteen" wrote:
that's nice of him.


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