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Dwtw

It is well known that the Prophet insisted the "Betisayfa" letters touched by the 'line drawn' have a value of 418, when transliterated into Hebrew. This is indicated in the famous postcard to Fr. Achad, and in The Equinox of the Gods. p.138.

The value of the 'ST' portion is not indicated there.

But by transliterating these two letters as Samek and Teth, we add 69 + 418 = 487.

Using Trigrammaton Gematria:

487 = Thou shalt obtain the order & value of the English Alphabet;

The Old Comment (to verse 3

"These mysteries are inscrutable to me, as stated in the text. I note that the letters of the Book are the letters of the Book of Enoch; and are stars, or totems of stars. (See 15th Aire in Liber 418). So that he that shall divine it shall be a Magus, 9°=2□ "

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@threefold31

Does this mean if I fast-track, 'solve' that 'code' (not based on any cryptography whatsoever) ciper-delve that I will be a Magus instantly?

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Another one is "Waz" which matches Aiwaz / I, Waz. It adds up to 50 though.

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Does this mean if I fast-track, 'solve' that 'code' (not based on any cryptography whatsoever) ciper-delve that I will be a Magus instantly?

Either you'd be a Magus already, allowing you to solve it, or the act of solving it is the same act as becoming a Magus (a change in "perception").

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Dwtw

I think Crowley meant that it would take one who was already a Magus to divine the "mystery of the letters", because in the New Comment, he altered his stance a little:

"I am now (An XIV) a Magus 9 = 2; and I disagree with the former comment. He need only be a Magister Templi 8 = 3, whose world is Understanding."

This shows more clearly that he thought a person "need be" an MT to divine the mystery, so that formerly he thought they need be a Magus (already).

It's interesting that when he was an MT, he thought it would take a Magus, and when he was a Magus he thought it would "only" take an MT. This is to be expected, since it was clearly specified that the Beast would not know all the mysteries. So whichever grade he held, it seemed like the other grade would suffice.

But the common thread is that the one who divines this mystery needs to be across the Abyss.

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Understood and agreed .

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If you’re going to create an English gematria of Liber AL, you start with verse 2:55. At this point, prior to determining letter values, the only known value for a word in Liber AL is Thelema = 93.

So the Prophet fulfills the verse by writing Liber Trigammaton, and attributing the English letters to the trigrams, which are nothing but numbers in base 3. Thus the letters acquire their numerical value, and this value is then turned on the phrase that inaugurates the creation of the gematria:

487 = Thou shalt obtain the order & value of the English Alphabet

487 = 93rd prime number

The foundational phrase is thus linked with the word of the Law 93, which is the only known word value to start with. To prove something unknown, we have to start with the already known.

Then we go to the level of a full page of Trigrammaton gematria, and choose the one holograph page specifically mentioned as containing “this mystery of the letters” - the infamous grid-page. No waffling or fiddling about, just count all the letters on the page. The entirety of page 16 has a value of 3469:

3469 = 487th prime     (= p. 16)

487 = 93rd prime         (= stBetisayfa)

93 = Thelema

I have shown that 487 is the value of the eleven letters touched by the “line drawn”, which is one of the three 'keys' specified on the grid-page. This key points to the target value for the gematria as being 487. It uses the ordinal position of prime numbers to create an independent confirmation of the number 487, which in turn leads back to 93. This is my divining as a Magus the import of the ‘line drawn’.

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Don't know if people are in the mood for numerology but here's another fun one I just noticed:

"Then this line drawn is a key: then this circle squared in its failure is a key also"

adds up to 771 in "Serial English" (A = 1). Where do we get the missing 6 then?

4 lines from the cross + 1 line from the circle + 1 from the "line drawn" = 6

771 + 6 = 777

A bit silly maybe, but it does add up. 🙂

ps thanks to @wizardiaoan whose grid page solution influenced this one.

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To conclude my explanation of the grid page solution I present the following.

One clue that Crowley thought it would take a Magus to divine the ‘mystery of the letters’ is that the 11 letters touched by the ‘line drawn’ have a set of 9 that begins with the capital B and sum to 418, preceded by 2 letters that equal 69. This set of 9 and 2 reflects the 9°=2 degree designation of a Magus.

st BetIsayfa - Note that the capital letter B starts the ‘418’ group, and this is the Hebrew letter Bet, attributed to Mercury and the Magus Atu. As we all know, 418 is the enumeration of Abrahadabra, a word which is specified as a key. Let us also consider ‘the chance shape of the letters and their position to one another’.

It is curious that the next occurrence of Abrahadabra, which begins chapter 3, is misspelled in the holograph, because Crowley knew this word even before receiving Liber AL, and had already written it in chapter 2. As noted often before, there is an extra ‘A’, making the word AbrAAhadabra:

While the A is transliterated as Alef to get the 418 total, an AA is commonly transliterated as an Ayin (and vice versa). If we substitute this letter Ayin for Alef, we are in effect adding 69 to the word, for a total of 487.

69 (the letters ST) is also added to the ‘418’ group of letters of the line drawn (Betisayfa), giving us a total of 487, the 93rd prime number, as noted above. So the 487 is reinforced by this misspelling of Abrahadabra, and is part of why this word is specified as a Key to the Book. From there we get the sum of the entire grid page (3469), thence to verse 2:55 (487), and hence the 487th and 93rd primes verify that Trigrammaton decodes the entire text of Liber AL.

On a related note, Abrahadabra is considered as ‘the key of the rituals’ because it symbolizes uniting ‘the 5 and the 6’ according to Crowley, based on having 5 Alefs and 6 other letters. But in the misspelled word we have 1 Ayin and 4 Alefs; 70 + 4. What’s a cabalist to do? Refer to Liber CCXXXI.

In the verse regarding the Empress Atu and the letter Dalet, attributed to Venus:

The Virgin of God is enthroned upon an oyster-shell; she is like a pearl and seeketh Seventy to her Four. In her heart is Hadit, the invisible glory.

This very obviously refers to the letters Ayin/70 and Dalet/4. And in the 5 Hebrew letters of the ‘misspelled’ Abraahadabra, you have 70 and 4 combined, making a pentagram. Of course, we are all familiar with the actual pentagram made in the sky by Venus in her orbit around the Sun, so the symbolism is apropos.

One last thing about Abrahadabra. it doesn’t really mean ‘the Voice of the Chief Seer’. Rather it refers to the Egyptian word AB, meaning the part of the soul attributed to the heart. Thus:

AB RA HAD AB RA means -

The Heart of Ra is Had is the Heart of Ra.

Thus, Horus Behutet is the heart of the solar deity Ra. In their combination they are RA-Horus of the Two Horizons, or Re-Horakhty. Thus:

Abrahadabra! the reward of Ra Hoor Khut

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Rather that expound on deep numerological correspondences as AC did all his life to no avail, perhaps the clues are in other simple sentences throughout the text.

For instance, the clause "thereby alone can he fall from it" would suggest a great height from which a person could fall, maybe a plateau overlooking a cliff of sorts - perhaps 4638 feet high. Just a thought...

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Posted by: @faustian

Rather that expound on deep numerological correspondences as AC did all his life to no avail, perhaps the clues are in other simple sentences throughout the text.

For instance, the clause "thereby alone can he fall from it" would suggest a great height from which a person could fall, maybe a plateau overlooking a cliff of sorts - perhaps 4638 feet high. Just a thought...

In the context of Liber Al there are at least two instances of "falling" described that may be interest to the Line Drawn and the relationship it may have with the word "ST" as the line touches the two letters 'ST':

48. Pity not the fallen! I never knew them. I am not for them. I console not: I hate the consoled & the consoler.

53. Fear not, o prophet, when these words are said, thou shalt not be sorry. Thou art emphatically my chosen; and blessed are the eyes that thou shalt look upon with gladness. But I will hide thee in a mask of sorrow: they that see thee shall fear thou art fallen: but I lift thee up.

In the Hebrew scriptures the "cure" for such "fallen face of sorrow" is described as the word 'Set' in use.

"As such, it completes the previous Hebrew figure of speech ‘Lamah Nafelu Pane’cha?’ {למה נפלו פניך?} – which was translated to English as ‘why is your face downcast?’ (its actual direct LITERAL Hebrew meaning is ‘why your face had fallen?’)

Meaning, first Cain’s face ‘Nafelu’ {נפלו} (‘was fallen’), which is a Hebrew figure of speech to describe someone who is sad or depressed, and the cure for their despair is the Hebrew word ‘Set’ {שאת} which can mean ‘lifting’ or ‘uplifting’ and refers to Cain’s face (figuratively).

An illustration for this Hebrew figure of speech can be found in the Aaronic priestly blessing: ‘The LORD lift up His face…’ – there, the Hebrew word for ‘lift up’ is ‘Yisa’ {ישא} which comes from the same root as ‘Set.'{שאת}"

Just speculation from my part too, but it sure is interesting that this might be one way how the ST portion of the line drawn may be figuratively a "cure" for such 'fallen state' .

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Posted by: @faustian

For instance, the clause "thereby alone can he fall from it" would suggest a great height from which a person could fall, maybe a plateau overlooking a cliff of sorts - perhaps 4638 feet high. Just a thought...

Or, say, a single vantage point from which to see the Valleys of the Kings, Queens, Monkeys and Nobles, the temples of Karnak, Luxor, Medinet Habu and Deir-el-Bahri, and, of course, the Asasif Tombs.

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I agree that to some extent Crowley worked with gematria in AL to no avail. This is not surprising, given that the document, including on the page in question, specifically says that he will not know all the mysteries. It also specifically calls for a new gematria, so exploring one is in accord with its instructions.

Also in accord with Liber AL’s contents are the exegesis that there are at least four levels of understanding to be achieved in regards to the book, depending on which of the ‘ordeals’ the reader has come through. I submit that at least one of these levels is the numerical/qabalistic understanding. And one of the other levels is surely the ‘simple sentences’ you refer to. These are not mutually exclusive, but mutually informative.

The phrase about falling says, on the surface, that only by trying to penetrate the mysteries will he fail to do so. Just the common meaning of the English words is intriguing, as are the suggestions about a great height and a cure for the ‘crestfallen’.

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@threefold31 As far as number clues are concerned, I:46 is very important

Sixty-one the Jews call it; I call it eight, eighty, four hundred & eighteen.

This postulates an equation, which leads to some information

61 x = 880,418 y

Then the question is what is x and what is y? The solution works if you take x to mean a Jewish parasa measurement of distance, and you take y to be in feet. One parasa is 2.73353825 miles, and one mile contains 5280 feet, so 61 parasas is 61 x 5280 x 2.73353825 = 880,418 feet.

What this tells us is that other measurements in the text refer to feet. Specifically, 4638 is a measurement in feet, as is 2489. Likewise 880,418 feet (or 166.74 miles) is also a key measurement, probably the permitter distance of the triangle of ABK.

And if you start from there, you will find some very interesting things.

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Jim Eshelman on the BOTL verse containing "thereby alone can he fall from it":

"47. This book shall be translated into all tongues: but always with the original in the writing of the Beast; for in the chance shape of the letters and their position to one another; in these are mysteries that no Beast shall divine. Let him not seek to try: but one cometh after him, whence I say not, who shall discover the Key of it all. Then this line drawn is a key: then this circle squared in its failure is a key also. And Abrahadabra. It shall be his child & that strangely. Let him not seek after this; for thereby alone can he fall from it.["]

The translation “into all tongues” means that each person must understand this Book in his or her own words, not those of another; but the original, regardless, is to be preserved undistorted. It is the catalyst that will ignite each person’s own Truth.

Some keys are given to decoding some of the Book’s hidden mysteries, to emphasize what is really important. They all agree in saying “Just do the Great Work. Attain to the K&C of the HGA.”

“Then this line drawn is a key.” The line passes through the letters s t Be t say f a: 300 + 9 + 12 + 9 + 71 + 6 + 1 = 418. The “circle squared in its failure” - the illustration is a slightly imperfect circle-and-cross, a symbol of the Rosy Cross. “And Abrahadabra“ is, of course, both 418 and the Rosy Cross."

(Source: "Board index ‹ Public Discussion ‹ Meditation of the Day - Thelemic Tefilah ‹ Meditation of the Day Archive [...] 29 January (Heru-Ra-Ha) Liber CCXX, 3:47" - - - http://www.heruraha.net/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=9005 )

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“Then this line drawn is a key.” The line passes through the letters s t Be t say f a: 300 + 9 + 12 + 9 + 71 + 6 + 1 = 418.

The problem is Be does not equal 12, it equals 2 or 7, and the letter I  has been conveniently skipped; the letters intersected by the line are STBETISAYFA. Compare that contrived, sloppy preconception to my explanation for the letters, which equal the value 79 when enumerated with the Tri-key alphabet: the value matches the count of letters on the page that are intersected by the line, or appear to the immediate left of them, thus suggesting the value extracted from the letters is correct.

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Posted by: @faustian

One parasa is 2.73353825 miles, and one mile contains 5280 feet, so 61 parasas is 61 x 5280 x 2.73353825 = 880,418 feet.

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I am not familiar with the measurement of a parasa, but three different online sources, including the Jewish Encyclopedia, indicate that this is a measure of walking distance, and is variable. To suggest that it equals a precise fraction of a mile down to the 100 millionth part (.00000005) is rather absurd. There are 1,013,760  1/32ths of an inch in a statute mile. And you're claiming 1/500th of 1/32 inch accuracy? That is simply unobtainable.

according to the Units wiki: "The parasa has been described as a distance walkable in 72 minutes. Estimates of the value of the Hebrew parasa range from 2.4 to 2.88 miles."

That certainly puts you in the ball park, but...

wikipedia notes "the Latin mille, and Iranian parasang, respectively; both were units of itinerant distance, and thus varied according to terrain and stride length, and, in the case of the parasang, also on the speed of travel." "1 parasang = 4 mils = 8000 cubits,"... all the way down to a parasang = 192,000 digits. To say nothing of the variant measurements of the cubit, etc.

The Jewsish Encyclopedia concurs in the 8000 ells/cubits = a parasang

This is simply not a precise measure in the first place, and certainly not one you can divide into the 8th decimal point.

There are 63,360 inches in a mile. Let's say for the sake of argument that your parasa was amazingly accurate to a half-inch, so, 126,720 of those, let's just call it 100,000 of these in a mile.

Your parasa, accurate to the 5th decimal is 2.73353, multiplied by 5280 x 61 = 880,415.3424. Not quite the number you're looking for. Even the colel can't help you. So either the 5280 or the 61 is wrong, but these are both precise quantities. The variable is the parasa. Therefore, even at the accuracy of a half-inch, your equation doesn't work out. You need a 6th decimal point, meaning a millionth of a mile. There are 1,013,760 sixteenths of an inch in a mile:

2.733538 x 61 x 5280 = 880,417.91

I call that close enough to your target, but that means that your parasa would have to be accurate to a millionth of a mile, which is  1/16 of an inch. That's simply impossible.

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Oh, my goodness. This parasol thing is like the Chinese cun (pronounced chun or t'sun). It's an "osteo-inch, which means it's about one inch, but varies with the bone structure (especially the height) of the individual. At 6'3", I was exactly one inch in my cun size, so most (all?) people will have a cun that is slightly less than a real inch. Note: As a reference, the width of your thumb at the distal joint is your "one cun."

I cite this quaint example as another system of measurement that is subjective, and not objectively fixed. You know what they say ... nothing is true.

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@shiva The imperial British foot is also slightly different than the American foot. The definition of a parasa is subject to to some margin of error, however 61 parasas equates to roughly 167 miles, which is roughly 880418 feet - so it is in the ball park.

Again, it is my claim that 167 miles is roughly the perimeter distance covered by points A, B, & K.

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it is my claim that 167 miles is roughly the perimeter distance covered by points A, B, & K.

Why should we care? What are "points A, B, & K"? How does knowing that "167 miles is roughly the perimeter distance" enable us to turn off the talking part of our brains, or to learn more about the historical legacy of AC?

Your posts are often intriguing, but always with the coy hinting at great mysteries that you never disclose, that all seem to be quite pointless anyway. All cipher-solving/grid-page solving/AL qabalah i have ever seen has this defect.

These "solutions"/"interpretations" are invariably pointless, self-referential, and produce "revelations" that are, to interpret them very charitably, absurdly trivial.

Of course, it is possible that y'all high initiates are privy to great secrets closed to my profane eyes.

It is also possible that y'all are, at best, a bunch of Thelemic Schoolmen counting the numbers of angels that can dance on the head of a pin, and, at worst, are delusional wasters of time (including apparently vast amounts of your own time), and captives of Choronzon.

How is anyone supposed to take this stuff seriously, with all this stuff with numbers being "roughly" the same, and the rampant fudging, apples/oranges issues, lack of any discernible rigor or effort to test hypotheses for falsity, and frequent arithmetic errors, etc., etc. etc.?

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Posted by: @shiva

You know what they say ... nothing is true.

You lie!

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It is also possible that y'all are, at best, a bunch of Thelemic Schoolmen counting the numbers of angels that can dance on the head of a pin

This function is clearly attributed to its home in the Offices of Splendour, Inc on Hod Boulevard. You see, everyone has to get their limbic brain in order. So they get everything lined up according to the Tables of Correspondences, which we know as 777 and S. Sephiroth.

There are other systems for ordering the mind. Everybody has a different skeleton they hang their many hats on ... or a different filing cabinet in which they file their associative memories.

Regardless of the filing system, it must be Solid, which is to say "foursquare," because it has to work in the external world.

(If not, the person's basic mental foundation is shaky, and it will collapse under the weight of the higher spheres).

Good, now one knows how to design a ritual down to the color of a circle and the number of lamps (candles) on that periphery ... and also knows how to interpret everyday reality in terms of spheres and Tarot Trumpets.

But then they have to go competing for who can will the first million points, as reported in The Wake World. Or who can use their brain to solve certain illogical mysteries. These things are generally reported due to some kind of reception. They don't figure such things out, such things are revealed by being receptive to the so-called higher consciousness.

But Hod doesn't know this, and the Outer Order is filled with ego contests of strength and smartness. That's the way it is in Hod, and there's nothing we can do about that ... except get everyone to take an irrevocable Oath of mind-silence after they get their limbic in order.

Oh, wait! That's already been done. The path leading from Hod to Netzach (the psychological hell) is symbolized by a Tower hit by the lightning flash of dhyana. So it's already in place. People have to somehow learn the order of the curriculum. Otherwise, they Skip the Stop and Run the Mumbo.

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You lie!

Of course I do. As much as I can. I enjoy the backlash of illusion. I shall found a new religion based on it and The Book of Lies.

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Of course I do. As much as I can.

You've been friends with at least one smart cop, Fr. Taurus.

Probably then you have heard some version of the cop aphorism "It doesn't matter what the questions are, as long as there are a lot of them", or "As long as you keep them talking, you'll find out everything." All cops, and others who interview people for a living, know this.

Lies are some of the most truthful things people can say. Of course, since we are discussing the ineffable, we have to eff it up somehow.

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I would suggest that the answer lies in the Western desert to the Nile - specifically in the world's largest crater field - which is in itself an anomaly. This is something that Duck's work was touching on.

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Fustian: "For instance, the clause "thereby alone can he fall from it" would suggest a great height from which a person could fall, maybe a plateau overlooking a cliff of sorts - perhaps 4638 feet high. Just a thought."

lashtal (@lashtal) Owner and Editor [Lashtal, Keymaster]: "Or, say, a single vantage point from which to see the Valleys of the Kings, Queens, Monkeys and Nobles, the temples of Karnak, Luxor, Medinet Habu and Deir-el-Bahri, and, of course, the Asasif Tombs."

ignant666: "How is anyone supposed to take this stuff seriously, with all this stuff with numbers being "roughly" the same, and the rampant fudging, apples/oranges issues, lack of any discernible rigor or effort to test hypotheses for falsity, and frequent arithmetic errors, etc., etc. etc.?" [...] "Probably [...] you have heard some version of the cop aphorism "It doesn't matter what the questions are, as long as there are a lot of them", or "As long as you keep them talking, you'll find out everything." All cops, and others who interview people for a living, know this."

Faustian: "I would suggest that the answer lies in the Western desert to the Nile - specifically in the world's largest crater field - which is in itself an anomaly. This is something that Duck's work was touching on."

LOL! LOL! LOL! 😆 😆 😆 Why so serious ignant666? As 'Uncle Al' wrote: "The Universe is the Practical Joke of the General at the expense of the Particular." Also, you appear to be particularly interested in 'a solution' hinted at by this site's Owner and Editor ('a solution' that the latter has sworn to not reveal), that is 'a solution' to the so called 'II:76 riddle' within Aleister Crowley's short little so called The Book of the Law, a book very much hyped by the latter.

Spoiler alert!!!: In the first episode of the second season of Strange Angel, a TV-series about Jack Parsons, a character close to Jack Parsons in this TV-series makes a journey to certain places in Africa, the locations hinted at within the quotes from Faustian and Lashtal in this posting, would fit right in among the locations visited during that 'initiation journey'.

With respect to the 'answer suggestion' provided in the last quote from Faustian in this posting, I will recommend Paul Sussman's archaeological thriller The Hidden Oasis.

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Fustian: "For instance ...

"Fustian"? Typo, or clever insult? Given that it is WRWB, i will go with typo.

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Typo, or clever insult?

Hard to tell, isn't it? Bred accuses you of being "serious." That doesn't seem to be a typo. Hang on, it's only five more days to the Solace of the Solstice, when the Springbirds become suddenly summer sane.

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Also, you appear to be particularly interested in 'a solution' hinted at by this site's Owner and Editor ('a solution' that the latter has sworn to not reveal), that is 'a solution' to the so called 'II:76 riddle' within Aleister Crowley's short little so called The Book of the Law, a book very much hyped by the latter.

What a convoluted RTC-like sentence! No hint was intended in my post, at least not one related to II:76.

In the first episode of the second season of Strange Angel,

You're using that as a resource? LOL!

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You're using that as a resource? LOL!

Considering the reviews posted by posters who also watch the telly, Strange Angels seems to have been infested with certain inaccuracies with powerful spin put upon the characters

"The Universe is the Practical Joke of the General at the expense of the Particular."

Yes. And if one actually "gets the joke," they will have broken The Trace of Sorrow. Thus, this clever koan-like phrase hints at a key to a very high mystery.

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@wellreadwellbred I have not read Paul Sussman's book but I have grown to think that there is a connection between the Zerzura mystery and II:76.

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You talking about the Cosmic War between our 'progenitors' on Mars and their lab creations down here on Earth?

Al-Kahira Cairo Mars and Terra Firma. .

Not just crater fields, but also vast fields of radiation on Mars that have no known cause, like the ones in India.

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@christibrany My own theory is that Homo sapiens may not be the first intelligent/symbolic species that Earth produced. We may be a second or third incarnation/attempt by the host planet. It is also not clear to me that mammals would have been the ideal embodiment for intelligent life. Both the brain structure and anatomy of dinosaurs would seem to favor them over us. Keep in mind that dinosaurs are a newer evolutionary design than mammals - who came first. As for the Mars anomalies there are two hot zones on the planet that really have no natural explanation with the exception of a major nuclear war. There is also a 29 million year old glass field in the Egyptian Western desert that poses more questions than answers - clearly a time frame where homo-sapiens did not exists.

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And the history books will never show.

Because we are all apes that arrived by happenstance.

So much happenstance.

Just like covid19.

The line drawn goes from the great pyramid to that big red star in the sky.

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@christibrany one definitely gets the sense that the homo-sapien centric narrative in all our monotheistic religions and even newer forms of ideology is something that is being deliberately promoted to obfuscate something.

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@faustian

"They" are our genetic cousins.

"They" look just like us.

"They" have been here for a long time, and "They" are still orchestrating events.

Just reminded of that series V or was it Z.   From the 70s

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@christibrany Either that, or the machines/AIs they left behind are trying to carry out some civilizing mission on their behalf - much like Hari Seldon in Azimov's Foundation trilogy.

They look just like us makes me think of the Djinn.

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@faustian

Yes its very fascinating and something is afoot in regards to all of these themes.

I remain fascinated by the cosmic war idea, with the fact that Cairo means Mars in Arabic, by the fact that that means war, and that the pyramid was supposedly the mega weapon.

Then you couple it with AC receiving the BOTL inside of the pyramid, essentially, and around it, and how it has a strong war tone, mixed with celestial themes.

Leads me to think that there are some strong EM or programming rays still emitting from the pyramid.

then you get the muslim brotherhood.

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See this US documentary on the aliens that walk among us:

With '80s wrestling star "Rowdy" Roddy Piper: "I'm here to kick ass, and chew bubblegum, and i'm all out of bubblegum!"

See also Colin Wilson, The Mind Parasites, and the works of New England historian H.P. Lovecraft.

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@ignant666

Stop making fun.

Thats a good film.

Hollywood seeds truth into films.

Mind parasites was a good book.

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Was not at all making fun of one of my favorite movies, i promise. It is a documentary.

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Zizek on They Live

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Fustian: Jesus H. Fuck, dude, thanx!!!! Very very good stuff; always was unsure what i thought about Zizek, but any Commie who's down with "Rowdy" Roddy- well, shit, that's all you had to say. [Pulp Fiction reference truncated in the interest of PC-ness]

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Posted by: @ignant666

... in the interest of PC-ness

What does a Personal Computer have to do with all this?

Oh, you meant Police Commission? Parental Controls? Publick Counselor?

Aha! Politically Crucified.

You do realize that in the next phase of The End of the World, which will Not be held on June 21st this year due to the pan-demic, that everyone will lose their mind. We are already seeing these signs in the dailee nudes news and here in the forums.

Now there's nothing wrong with walking ...

Walk right in, set right down
baby let your mind roll on.

Everybody's talkin' 'bout a new way of walkin'
Do you wanna lo-ose your mind?

I mean, that's the goal of all our "spiritual" endeavors

But we do practices and impose principles upon ourselves so that when the mind slips out of sight, the vehicle won't unwind like a boing-boing.

But when the external energies get cranked up, well, it's boing in the news and boing on the threads.

Nobody ever said it was going to be easy.

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Something I've been playing around with lately is reading "circle squared" as the value of the word "circle" times itself. It gives a result that is relevant to me but is not really worth telling others about as its too personal. It may lead to something worth writing about later on. If some one is interested in this, give it a go in whatever QBL method you prefer (it doesn't matter which).

I've also looked at "line drawn" as the value of "line" multiplied by "drawn", and also "circle" times "squared". These results have helped me get a "solution" to the grid page, I'll write it up later. Its a bit silly and uses a "cheat", but it does add up.

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@duck

I am sorry but that riddle has already been solved.

RE the circled squared. Just not sure if i am allowed to post it.

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@christibrany

Now you've mentioned it I want to know this forbidden knowledge. 😲

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Posted by: @behemoth

Wow, it's incredible!

Did you know that this is not a "reins" , but language?

Line=C-2+C-3+D-4+D-5+E-6+E-7=69!

And this card is exactly 69!!!

Abrahadabra is 69 as it corresponds to the letter ח in full screening(418), and the letter ח is cancer!

Spoiler
Numerical values of the English alphabet from Liber Trigrammaton
I=1,
L=2, C=3, H=4, X=5, T=6, Y=7,
P=8, A=9, J=10, W=11, O=12, G=13, Z=14, B=15, F=16, S=17, M=18, N=19,
E=20, R=21, Q=22, V=23, K=24, D=25, U=26

Success(suck eggs) is thy proof and III:69 — There is success.

Every man and every woman is a star. (star — ΑΣΤΉΡ=609)

Every number is 69; there is no difference.

For he is ever a sun(6-תפארת), and she a moon(9-יסוד).

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Posted by: @christibrany

I am sorry but that riddle has already been solved. RE the circled squared. Just not sure if i am allowed to post it.

Who would not allow such a revelation? If others can post flashing graffitu, and multiple front punches, surely you can take the karmic rap for revealing a secret that even Crowley seemed to get ... and expond.

Hint: It has to do with a circle and a square, and some herdy equation that results in pi, not pie, a number that is very practical for engineers and mathematicians, but a "failure" in arriving at a truly fixed number because it has to be cut short ("rounded off") at some point past the decimal point ... or it will go on, reaching toward never-ending infinity.

DATA

"Pi is an irrational number, which means that it is a real number that cannot be expressed by a simple fraction. That's because pi is what mathematicians call an "infinite decimal" — after the decimal point, the digits go on forever and ever."

"First 1000 decimal placesof Pi:

3.1415926535 8979323846 2643383279 5028841971 6939937510 5820974944 5923078164 0628620899 8628034825 3421170679 8214808651 3282306647 0938446095 5058223172 5359408128 4811174502 8410270193 8521105559 6446229489 5493038196 4428810975 6659334461 2847564823 3786783165 2712019091 4564856692 3460348610 4543266482 1339360726 0249141273 7245870066 0631558817 4881520920 9628292540 9171536436 7892590360 0113305305 4882046652 1384146951 9415116094 3305727036 5759591953 0921861173 8193261179 3105118548 0744623799 6274956735 1885752724 8912279381 8301194912 9833673362 4406566430 8602139494 6395224737 1907021798 6094370277 0539217176 2931767523 8467481846 7669405132 0005681271 4526356082 7785771342 7577896091 7363717872 1468440901 2249534301 4654958537 1050792279 6892589235 4201995611 2129021960 8640344181 5981362977 4771309960 5187072113 4999999837 2978049951 0597317328 1609631859 5024459455 3469083026 4252230825 3344685035 2619311881 7101000313 7838752886 5875332083 8142061717 7669147303 5982534904 2875546873 1159562863 8823537875 9375195778 1857780532 1712268066 1300192787 6611195909 2164201989

If you keep track of how many times the needle lands on a line, it turns out to be directly related to the value of Pi. 3.1415926535 8979323846 2643383279 5028841971 6939937510 5820974944 5923078164 0628620899 8628034825 3421170679 ... PI/4 = 1/1 - 1/3 + 1/5 - 1/7 + ..."

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