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elitemachinery
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Hello Lashtal members and administrators,

This being the forum area for introductions, allow me to introduce myself.

My name is Michael Tierney (born Michael Sean Tierney Jan 24, 1965 Pasadena CA)

I can't say i'm glad to be here but I do feel a sense of duty and responsibility and well I always wanted to be a comedian (and have tried it before) so if nothing else perhaps I am good for a laugh.

It seems I have been prodded from my very well constructed cell (or is it shell?)

I was just on youtube watching a doco on Michael Ruppert entitled Apocalypse Man (Ruppert just killed himself days ago) and after watching it I googled “Riddle of Aiwass” in a few search engines.

I came across a reposted blog entry I wrote a few years ago from a blog of mine now deleted. The thread is entitled:
Aleister in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass – The Riddle of Aiwass

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/cia-drugs/conversations/topics/53052

The original blog has been deleted by me but a fairly complete archived version is here:

https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://aleisterinwonderland.com

The about section explains the blogs premise:
https://web.archive.org/web/20120622053515/http://www.aleisterinwonderland.com/about/

Searching through more google results I found this thread on Lashtal:

http://www.lashtal.com/forum/http://www.lashtal.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=0

The Lashtal thread is locked and drew the ire of the Lashtal owner as one of many attempts at “self-aggrandizement” posted on the board over the years. That sort of response makes me a tad leary (pun intended) of posting this thread and the backlash such an “obvious attempt at self-aggrandizement” might draw.

But it was the following comments in the same thread that spoke to me a bit and have encouraged me to post this introduction regardless of how it is perceived:

“Priestofal” posted:

-begin excerpt

“Aleister Crowley, subject to all the laws related to the process, gets to reincarnate, and he gets to reincarnate according to whatever lessons are most appropriate to him. He gets to reincarnate as a man, simply as a man, not as an avatar-man, a buddha-man, a master-magician man, though all of these (as in anybody, really) may lie in him as potential or they will be manifested in him to some greater or lesser degree.

Aleister Crowley, even in a return of his spirit to earth, needn't be a god or at least not a god as being distinct from any other human on earth.

That's the first hurdle toward understanding what I'm getting at.

The second hurdle is to deduce that whoever is the reincarnation of Aleister Crowley will most likely, at some point in his life, discover himself to be so. We're approaching 2012. People are waking up. Reincarnation is a big topic. It's very interesting times we live in, etc, etc. Might we not assume, given what his interests were as Aleister, that the reincarnation of Aleister would be one who was/is able to come to some awareness of who he was (he was surely able, apparently, to do it as Aleister!)? How many of those who were not even occultists in their most recent past-lives are coming to this kind of awareness (provided that it is not all some big joke to begin with)?

The third hurdle is to understand Aleister Crowley in relation to the cipher.

Here we have something presented that falls between a statement to the the effect that "Death is forbidden, o man, unto thee" (which is a lie only if one fails to take eternal life and/or reincarnation into account) and a statement to the effect that "There cometh one to follow thee." Now -- a thought experiment -- the reincarnation of Aleister Crowley, drawn, as seems likely he would be, to the study of Thelema, comes across the cipher. He, regardless of his motivation, whether it is out of fear or desire toward the possibility of proving who he was, proceeds to attempt to solve it. What solution for him, for the reincarnation of Aleister, would be the one that would strike the hardest? What, for him, would constitute a result of sublime simplicity and one offering immediate conviction (not to mention one that follows upon a regular pattern)? What result, indeed, would be most worthy to express the power of Aiwass?

I declare that it would be simply a statement of who he is, his identity, thus tying him intimately to the cipher.

Now, the above is on the assumption that Aiwass would have had no desire to keep the poor reincarnation of Aleister out of the loop. Perhaps the cipher is meant for someone else. Perhaps the cipher is meant for all. But who, I wonder, seeing that the cipher, in the Book, was plopped down in the midst of an ecstatic paean to one man, would that other likely be?

I offer this merely to suggest that I would like to see solutions, if they are to be presented, that are founded on names, on the concept of a direct identification of the "one who cannot die" also being the "one who comes after". I believe that this is truly the way to pursue this, if, indeed, it should be pursued. It has the added benefit that no-one who offers a solution will be able to hide behind anonymity, and that, I believe, involves a particular genius on the part of Aiwass.”

-end excerpt

Aleister Crowley is dead.

I am not Aleister Crowley.

I am. I was.

That is the key to the riddle.

I am Michael Tierney.

I was Aleister Crowley.

I am. I was.

I am Aiwass.

Aleister In Wonderland and through the looking glass (an acronym of sorts.)

In this explanation lies a protection. A protection against holier than thou proclamations.

I am not Aleister Crowley. Aleister Crowley died in 1947.

I was Aleister Crowley.

I am. I was.

Etc.

The self of Aiwass, a magical self and something we all have and connect with (a sort of “super self”) reincarnates and speaks through a new identity and ego. This is the self that reincarnates and lives on life after life.

There's more in the archive of the blog. It's incomplete but there is enough information to keep it interesting. It's different without all the images but I will reassemble it one day. Everything on the blog is backed up by public documents.

I began the blog in mid 2010 and soon after made a hasty attempt to contact Kenneth Grant:

https://web.archive.org/web/20120608035015/http://www.aleisterinwonderland.com/2011/01/18/the-sound-of-silence-kenneth-grant/

About 3 months into the blog I discovered anagrams. As I play with them I felt that there was a poem or message to me hidden in my full birth name. I began to decipher it and came up with this poem, entitled,

“Hence my entire alias”

The peculiar thing about this poem is that each and every line of this poem, including the title, is a perfect anagram for my full birth name michael sean tierney.

Now if you've ever played with anagrams of a name you know that usually you are lucky to find 3 good sentences that make sense. Call me a genius, or not.

The genius is in the riddle.

I was a little tepid about making this post but now, after writing it all out, I feel warm and fuzzy inside as though I just took a real good shit.

Sorry if I stunk up the place.

Regards,

Michael Tierney (93 93/93)

-it's 11:59 pm where I am ha!  😉

P.S.

"Hence, my entire alias"

by Michael Tierney on Saturday, October 2, 2010 at 6:51pm

An anagram poem:

Michael Sean Tierney

(every line including the title is a perfect anagram of my birth name printed above)

"Hence, My Entire Alias"

Cease, I am inherently

Thence amnesia I rely

Ah trials ye eminence

In Thelema ye can rise

A Christ name eye line

Me satanic in he leery

A scalier enemy thine

In me lie Satan cheery

A Christian enemy eel

A tenancy Irish melee

Chain me Tierney seal

Me resiliency aneath

Satanic helm eye rein

In earthly cinema see

Thelemic year insane

A crime insanely thee

Sane elite machinery

Archenemy alien ties

Hail insane cemetery

In cement hearsay lie

In hearsay I elect men

Lenient hearsay mice

Hearsay nice? Let me in!

Eminent hearsay lice

A machine eerily sent

Shamanic eyelet rein

In chase ye ire lament

Limey teacher insane

A seemly inheritance

Ancient my hearse lie

Eye means I clear hint

A mean silence he I try

Ah Aleister eminency

I leery me satan niche

Is an elite archenemy?

Merely asinine teach

Ether eminency alias

Aleister enemy chain

Hence, my entire alias

Heretics lye in a name

By Michael Tierney

Copyright 2010 Evicted Productions


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Hamal
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Hi Michael Tierney,

Welcome [back] to Lashtal!

What's all that about then? Are you sharing your work with us or asking something?

Don't wish to appear rude, just clarifying.

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lashtal
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"elitemachinery" wrote:
The Lashtal thread is locked and drew the ire of the Lashtal owner as one of many attempts at “self-aggrandizement”

Posted in January 2008, six years ago, I notice. Apologies if I don't recall the background.

"elitemachinery" wrote:
I am Michael Tierney.
I was Aleister Crowley.
I am. I was.
I am Aiwass.

Um, okay ... whatever. You're not the first to claim to be AC reincarnated and I'm sure you won't be the last, though goodness only knows why anyone would want to make such a silly assertion: it baffles me.

"elitemachinery" wrote:
Copyright 2010 Evicted Productions

Sorry, but that's not the case. It's published here on LAShTAL so any claims to retain copyright are weak. See the Guidelines: 'Except where otherwise stated, copyright of all submissions to this site - including Forum posts - becomes the possession of the website for non-commercial use by LAShTAL.COM. Submissions to the Forums, Galleries and the Bibliographia Thelemica will not be removed except at the discretion of the editor.'

By the way, would I be correct in assuming that this is you? http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1177925/ I'm assuming 'Joe Blow' is another of your aliases...

By the way, you were asked (back in 2008) to submit future posts for pre-moderation. This post wasn't: perhaps you'd care to explain why?

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christibrany
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I'm aleister too. cuz like, we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively.  now heres your mom with the soup.


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William Thirteen
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Mmmm....soup!


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Azidonis
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That 'riddle' has to be the most putrid set of lines in the entire Book. If for no other reason than that set of lines, the Book should be burned.

I mean, look what it does to people? Lunacy.


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elitemachinery
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Hehe as I suspected i'm not the only sit down comic here. I'm somewhere between complete idiot and far out lunatic but its a start!

I actually think you guys are being rather kind given the context.

4638 ABK 2 4 ALGMOR 3Yx24 89 RPSTOVAL = 4638 VAR 2 4 GLOBAL 3Yx24 89 POSTMARK

As long as i'm in the cuckoos nest the above text is my solution to the cipher. Its a tracking code of sorts:

Variable Global Postmark

Remember the line that went something like this from BOTL "letters and their position to one another." The letters are another anagram. Yep.

I've been away from this effort for a couple of years now and while I do think the timing of my posts surrounding Kenneth Grants death (2010-2011) had some significance in hindsight, i sincerely do not expect anyone to jump on board with such madness. But I do feel it important to share a bit now and then and gauge reactions.

I sent a hasty letter to Kenneth Grant around October of 2010 after speaking with Michael Staley via email. I sent some documents along with the letter proclaiming to be AC. I don't know that he ever got that letter but it did reach the Starfire Publishing office.

In the letter I stated, "I do believe I made you a promise sir. That I would get in touch at some point..." and so on.

He died soon after.

I am a filmmaker so if nothing else I plan to write a lengthier story. Call it fiction if you will. I, like you, find Aleister Crowley interesting.

But i'm a little perplexed that given this vast tomb that has been created in his honor that the community doesn't have more faith in Aleister and the things that he/Aleister said were true about reincarnation, and the assertions he made.

Me, im just some kook on the internet. I understand. But what about Al? Ain't he coming around again? Ok maybe not. Sorry for asking.

@Hamal I have a bad habit of talking "at" people sorry.

@Paul Feazey seriously thanks for allowing the post. I did not submit it for approval probably because I figured it would not have been approved. This is my third post on the forum. I had no part in the thread from 2008.

The internet archive of my blog that I linked to is admittedly a mess.

Ok soups on! -MT (aka Mr. Blow)


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michaelclarke18
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I am Aleister Crowley too.


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Hamal
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I'm sparticus!

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ignant666
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You all may have your re-incarnations as Aleister Crowley:
I am the incarnate superlative Aleistest Crowley!
Bow down, adepti penultimati!


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Hamal
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I used to be AC now I'm DC!  😀

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Azidonis
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"Hamal" wrote:
I used to be AC now I'm DC!  😀

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You win!


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threefold31
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Dwtw

I don't get the whole "I solved the cipher so I'm the reincarnation of AC" bit. Crowley never claimed his reincarnation would solve it. He mentioned a 'magical heir' - whatever the hell that is. And for a time he thought it was Frater Achad. Now C.S. Jones was a lot of things, but the reincarnation of AC was definitely not one of them.

One can get so many things out of anagrams, and the OP has certainly found a lot of interesting ones. Here's another:

LIBER AL VEL LEGIS = LEAVE R.L. GILLIS BE

Oooh, my name is hidden in the title! Where do I pick up my prize? 🙂

Litlluw
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elitemachinery
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Liber nutz!

https://twitter.com/riddleofaiwass/status/27691759966363649


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Hamal
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"threefold31" wrote:
Dwtw

I don't get the whole "I solved the cipher so I'm the reincarnation of AC" bit. Crowley never claimed his reincarnation would solve it. He mentioned a 'magical heir' - whatever the hell that is. And for a time he thought it was Frater Achad. Now C.S. Jones was a lot of things, but the reincarnation of AC was definitely not one of them.

One can get so many things out of anagrams, and the OP has certainly found a lot of interesting ones. Here's another:

LIBER AL VEL LEGIS = LEAVE R.L. GILLIS BE

Oooh, my name is hidden in the title! Where do I pick up my prize? 🙂

Litlluw
RLG

How about these alternative solutions:

Liberal Legs Evil
Legalise Bill Rev
Eagle Bill Sliver
Illegal Be Silver

or my favourite:

Illegal Verbs Lie

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elitemachinery
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Liber al vel legis
I sell evil garble
Belle slave girl I
Elvis rebel gall I
Re libel villages

A vigil bell leers
Liberal leg lives

Veil ballsier leg
Era bell gives ill
Libel lives large

Libeler slag veil
Evil brags eel ill
Give all libelers
Ill slave girl Bee
Sell I libel grave

😮

#lunaticfringe #threadlock  😉

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqUa_G1h3pw


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lashtal
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"elitemachinery" wrote:
#lunaticfringe #threadlock

Yes, this thread is locked. It has little to do with Thelema and nothing at all to do with the legacy of Aleister Crowley. Future posts by you will require pre-moderation.

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