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Rites of the Mummy - K'rla Cell and the Secret Key to Liber AL

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Shiva
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Posted by: @ignant666

Occult use of ∴ comes i think from the Freemasons, who use ∴ a lot.

One of their key phrases is "Salutations on all points of the triangle!" and i think this is where it comes from?

Yes, yes, and yes. In a Masonic Lodge, there are three pillars/poles/columns at the top of each burns a lamp. These represent the Sun, Moon, and Lodge Master. This is the "triangle" that the Can.'. first faces. There are all manner of other triangular symbolisms.


   
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Posted by: @shiva

In a Masonic Lodge, there are three pillars/poles/columns at the top of each burns a lamp. These represent the Sun, Moon, and Lodge Master.

In my younger years (which “Dom” seems to think I've sloughed off like a snake's skin), I encountered those three curious dots through the writings of Aleister Crowley. I would later become a Freemason and quite proudly serve my Lodge as WM in the year 2000. The dots refer to the “Three Great Lights” in Masonry. Many times I struck a wooden match and lit those candles.

 

Those Lights are the Book of the Law, Square and Compasses. The Brothers who brought me into the Craft were not esotericists but quite enthusiastically spoke of Rudyard Kipling's placement of multiple Holy Books upon the Altar. The Book is typically the Holy Bible but could equally be the Koran or any other Sacred Scripture which testified to the Rule of a Supreme Being (Buddhism, a religion with no “God,” has been a controversial religion for Masonry but my Lodge also embraced a Hinayana Buddhist with whom I had many fun arguments and conversations).

 

The Square measures Terrestrial Geometry and the Compasses, the Celestial. All three of these “Lights” come together in a picture of Universe upon which the “Building of the Soul” is founded.

 

Masons receive a secret word upon reception of the 3rd Degree. This word is a “substitute” for that lost when the Master Builder, Hiram Abiff, was slain. The True Word is revealed to York Rite Masons at the 7th Degree (and it is also revealed to readers of Alan Moore's “FROM HELL” when they crack the cover of this most excellent graphic novel). It follows the form of the “Lights” as a Tri-Fold Mystery.

 

Reversed, we have the KALI YANTRA.

 

The two symbols seem to belong to each other-just like the hemispheres of the brain.

 

I recall speaking with a Brother Mason about Crowley after a joint Lodge meeting. He was a well-read fellow who was conversant with Crowley and remarked, regarding AC's “Sex Magick”:

 

“The clean white Phallus will never be a match for the dark, swampy vulva.”

 

I was duly impressed as most modern Masons will have no idea who Crowley is-and if they do, it will be a superficial and unfavorable perception.

 

The vulva absorbs the Phallus and is a symbol of dissolution or VOID. But this VOID is also the source of all manifestation. Hence (as I've alluded to previously) The Heart Sutra's declaration:

 

Form is Void-but Void is Form.

 

Ergo, those dots come together to form the Hexagram, a wholly new symbol pointing toward the 7th factor from which it emanates (and here enter the territory of the Seven Rays etc).

 

And for all of this, I still don't know how to get these symbols to enter my text beyond .'. but I have also found that this is quite a necessary “expression” of the theme on manual typewriters (which I use on a regular basis) and so no defeat is conceded.


   
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Posted by: @kidneyhawk

I still don't know how to get these symbols to enter my text beyond .'.

Go to Word or OpenOffice or LibreOffice. Select "INSERT," then "Symbol" (in Word), or "Special Character" (in the -Offices). 

A Character Map will appear.

Select "Symbol" as the font. Look at all the characters. When you find 3-dots, click it ... the "Character Code" will appear (so you can memorize it). To insert it in your text, just click OK or INSERT.

The Deja Vu font also has this character ... I think.

 


   
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Posted by: @shiva

Go to Word or OpenOffice or LibreOffice. Select "INSERT," then "Symbol" (in Word), or "Special Character" (in the -Offices). 

A Character Map will appear.

Select "Symbol" as the font. Look at all the characters. When you find 3-dots, click it ... the "Character Code" will appear (so you can memorize it). To insert it in your text, just click OK or INSERT.

 

Damn! It works! It works!

 

Thank you, Shiva!

 

I mean...

 

T Y S


   
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Posted by: @kidneyhawk

It works!

Yes, all the characters in the akashik records are available through that protocol. As for it working here, in html or web-code, I don't know anything.


   
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The thing is, it works on your local machine to display that special character, but what i see is little boxes with "FO SC" in them, not ∴ (which i copy and pasted from above).


   
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I sees it. I am on a Windows though. 

 

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What is displayed is very variable: in Chris' post, i see some alphabet-like "special characters" beginning with a sort of G-n, and then a couple lines down a little box with "OS BE" in it.


   
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On my cell, the three dots are shown as squares or boxes with an x in the middle. On my desktop, I see the three dots. I originally typed my post using Open Office. 


   
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Posted by: @ignant666

The thing is, it works on your local machine to display that special character, but what i see is little boxes with "FO SC" in them, not ∴ (which i copy and pasted from above).

It has to do with the fonts available in the LAShTAL Piggy Bank. If the special chacter you find is in a font here on the site, it should go right in. (Likr your TM forgery. But not all fonts are alike. If a box appears, you have been boxed, which means This One Don't Work.

 


   
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'Therefore' or the three 'fire dots'  is written as ∴ in html. Not all fonts include the character, so depending which font the browser on your particular device uses you will either see it or some generic 'missing character' instead.


   
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∴ test 


   
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