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"(Crowley) ....offended Horus." How so?


David Dom Lemieux
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When Rose Kelly told AC, "You have offended Horus" how was this the case? What was the 'offence'?

https://www.lashtal.com/wiki/Aleister_Crowley_Timeline


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herupakraath
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Crowley had not invoked him.


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David Dom Lemieux
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...that's the offence?

https://www.lashtal.com/wiki/Aleister_Crowley_Timeline


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d: … that’s the offence?

Fallure to get the message. This is common throughout metaphysical history. When Matthew was visited by a Tibetan Lama, who gave him the secrets of empowerment, Matt asked, "Why did you have to come here and interupt my music class?" he was told, "Because you are too dense to be contacted in any other way."

The Mahatma Letters complain about getting through (telepathically) the clouds of tobacco smoke and whiskey fumes.

It seems in every myth, tale, and historical record, there is some difficulty involved in establishing the connection.


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