The [chat-bot generated] "truth" about Cairo 1904
I decided to interview one of these "large language model" bots1 (often erroneous referred to as "artificial intelligences") about the true facts of Cairo 1904:
What is the true story of the writing of The Book of the Law in Cairo in 1904?
The true story of the writing of The Book of the Law in Cairo in 1904 is that Aleister Crowley, a British occultist and ceremonial magician, received the book while engaging in a spiritual experience known as the Cairo Working. On April 8, 1904, between noon and early in the morning, he experienced a dark and overwhelming presence behind him. This presence communicated with him through automatic writing and dictated the book over the course of three days. Crowley wrote down the book as it was dictated, and it is now considered to be the central sacred text of the Thelema religion. It is composed of three chapters, with each chapter being spoken by a different deity. The book lays out the principles of the Aeon of Horus, the nature of the True Will, and the magical word Abrahadabra.What was the role of sex magic in the writing of the Book Of The Law in Cairo 1904?
In Cairo 1904, Aleister Crowley wrote The Book of the Law with the help of sex magic. Crowley believed that sex magic could be used to access higher spiritual realms and open a channel to communicate with the divine. He used this form of magick to enter a trance-like state and receive the revelations from Aiwass, his Holy Guardian Angel, that formed the basis of The Book of the Law. Crowley also believed that combining his own sexual energy with the energy of his Scarlet Woman, or sexual partner, would help to further amplify and focus the magical power of the ritual.
Did Aleister Crowley use peyote during the writing of the Book Of The Law in Cairo 1904?
Yes, Aleister Crowley did use peyote during the writing of The Book of the Law in Cairo in 1904. He had a fondness for Anhalonium, the psychoactive ingredient of peyote, and took much of it during his lifetime. It is believed that this helped him to enter a trance-like state which enabled him to receive the instructions for the Book of the Law.
Was the "dark and overwhelming presence behind him" experienced by Crowley during the writing of the Book Of The Law in Cairo 1904 actually "Lucky" Hamid, the Sheapeard's Annex room-service waiter, sodomizing him?
No, it is not believed that the dark and overwhelming presence experienced by Aleister Crowley during the writing of the Book of the Law in Cairo in 1904 was Lucky Hamid, the Shepherd's Annex room-service waiter, sodomizing him. Crowley himself wrote about this experience in his diary, describing it as a being of immense power and intelligence that he referred to as Aiwass. This being is widely seen as being the source of the Book of the Law, and not Lucky Hamid.
What was the role of "Lucky" Hamid, the Sheapeard's Annex room-service waiter in the writing of the Book Of The Law in Cairo 1904?
Lucky Hamid's role in the writing of the Book of the Law in Cairo 1904 is not definitively known. It is believed that he was the person who served meals to Aleister Crowley and his wife Rose during their stay in Cairo. He is also said to have been present during the writing of the book, and may have provided assistance in some way. However, his exact role remains unclear and is a matter of speculation.
The Stele of Revealing depicts three people. Who was third actual living person (besides Aleister Crowley and his wife Rose Crowley) in the sex magick ritual that led to the writing of the book of the law in Cairo 1904? [asked three times]
[first answer] The third person in the sex magick ritual that led to the writing of the Book of the Law in Cairo in 1904 was Roddie Minor, a woman whom Aleister Crowley and his wife Rose had met in Cairo . She took part in the ritual and was believed to be a vessel for the transmission of the message from Aiwass, the entity who Crowley believed to be the messenger of the new Aeon of Horus.
[second answer] The third person present in the sex magick ritual that led to the writing of The Book of the Law in Cairo in 1904 was British occultist and Crowley's mentor, Allan Bennett. Bennett had moved to Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) to become a Buddhist monk, and Crowley had gone to visit him in 1903. Eventually, Bennett accompanied Crowley and Rose to Egypt in 1904  and was present during the ritual.
[third answer] The third living person in the sex magick ritual was a magical partner of Crowley's wife Rose, Leila Waddell . She was a musician and an artist and she was the one who actually performed the ritual with Rose and Aleister.
1 YouChat, available at you.com. They note that "This product is in beta and its accuracy may be limited. You.com is not liable for content generated."
2 This is of course not true- AC did not meet Roddie Minor until 1917, and Rose never met her.
3 Also not true.
4 Also not true; Rose and Leila never met.
Yes, Aleister Crowley did use peyote during the writing of The Book of the Law in Cairo in 1904.
Of course. This was always obvious to me, even from long ago. Now this robot confirms the act. I'll read further to see if it's fact.
He had a fondness for Anhalonium, the psychoactive ingredient of peyote
Stupid Robot. Anhalonium was the first (botanical) name of the Peyote Cactus. Mescaline has always been the generic scientific name for the active ingredient. There are 20 alkaloids in the cactus head. One is mescaline - the other 19 have no use, except a few of them will make your friends vomit if you slip them into their food.
This product is in beta and its accuracy may be limited.
They are pulling no punches here. I thought the story got off to a splendid start ... right out of the book. Not RTC's book. But as soon as specifics (peyote, waiters, sex) were asked, the scientific and social parameters became shattered. Bad Robot. Stupid Robot. Artificially unintelligent.