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31/03/2020 9:41 pm  
Posted by: @therealrtc

... News of a potentially disturbing nature has just reached me, relating to the scheduled 01 April release date for The Race to Conquer eLGMOR (The Lesser Heresy).

As predicted, or at least contemplated. Although your sentence is complete, it gives no indication of what the news is, or why it might be disturbing.

We're waiting for the punched line.

 


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31/03/2020 11:21 pm  

Sooooo surprised. Knock me down with a feather, cannot believe it. Flabbergasted.

Obviously, with a man of RTC's track-record, and demonstrated integrity, we must take seriously his claim that events, that could not possibly have been anticipated, and are wholly beyond his control, prevent releasing a pdf file tomorrow, of a brief book that was sent out for review weeks ago.

Any speculation to the contrary will be decried by all right-thinking people.


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01/04/2020 1:29 am  

@therealrtc

When I first came to this thread I thought "who on earth is this Mr. Cole and why is he saying these things about Crowley? He must be wrong!". But after doing a tiny bit of research and reading a couple of reviews of his previous books, it seems he does know something after all. I didn't manage to find the solution from the clues left on this thread, but if Mr. Cole really has uncovered some kind of "Magick", I might have found a very small example of it while following these clues:

abk

🙂

 

How I personally view solutions to the Cipher (and systems of English QBL):

ganesh

So I don't believe there is only 1 solution, but this doesn't mean that RTC's solution isn't one of them, and it could well be the most convincing one.

 

Good luck with this work Mr. Cole, it will be fun to see what you have discovered.


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01/04/2020 1:34 am  
Posted by: @kidneyhawk

Good grief. Since O.T.O., Inc has forbidden comment on Lashtal.com, there is our small group of Freethinkers left to grapple with the topics at hand. 

Has "O.T.O." actually "forbidden comment"?  Is there any evidence of this, or is it (just) supposition based upon the apparent absence of any forthcoming comment?

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L Ron Hubbard Jr. himself relates an anecdote of his father introducing the holy books of thelema to him. Nibs said he had never read the books or even heard of them, but knew every word by heart, and upon this discovery LRH revealed he had recited each book to Nibs when he was an infant.

A cryin' shame that an adulatory Elron never got his chance to "pour his gold" from the West all over ol' A.C. (He may then have even got the cynical old rogue to revise his unrequited opinion towards him!)

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01/04/2020 1:40 am  
Posted by: @jamiejbarter

Has "O.T.O." actually "forbidden comment"?  Is there any evidence of this, or is it (just) supposition based upon the apparent absence of any forthcoming comment?

The latter. Unless, of course, any dues-current member of that esteemed organization wishes to chime in and confirm the former.  


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01/04/2020 1:44 am  

I noticed on RTC's facebook page that he has "gone live" with the book on lulu as of a few hours ago (April 1st in the UK). If I am reading the page correctly, it seems that it was actually put up for sale mid-month. So I am a bit baffled by today's allusion to a disturbing delay. 

???

 


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01/04/2020 2:02 am  
Posted by: @kidneyhawk

So I am a bit baffled by today's allusion to a disturbing delay. 

???

(Very) Early April Fool's, perhaps ???

N Joy


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01/04/2020 2:46 am  
Posted by: @kidneyhawk

he has "gone live" with the book on lulu

Oh, ho. Lulu is it? Print on demand. I use it. So German customs and freight delays were what we know as "blinds."

Yes, it's up and running in the USA. See ...

http://www.lulu.com/shop/richard-t-cole/the-inauguration-of-aleister-crowleys-new-aeon-of-horus/paperback/product-24337313.html

 


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01/04/2020 3:07 am  
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I might have found a very small example of it while following these clues:

🧐

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01/04/2020 3:52 am  

@xon

Hadn't noticed that one. Even better. 🙂 


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01/04/2020 4:23 am  

A small review of RTC's “Race to Conquer eLGMOR”:

 

I won't be touching on every aspect or detail of this book as these will likely serve for further conversation, debate and dialogue on this hallowed forum. But a general introduction:

 

I enjoyed reading this book quite a bit. At least, the advance copy I received. I have not read the expanded (final) edition so those who do will have more to add.

 

The premise of “eLGMOR” is something of the plotline for a adventure story or film: Cult Leader Aleister Crowley has built a religion based upon startling revelations received during communications with a superhuman being. All is going well until a British Detective (Let's call him Rick Cole...that has a bit of a pulp fiction ring to it) travels to Egypt, follows the clues and reveals Crowley as an ambitious fraud.

 

Now we'd need to throw in some hairy situations involving armed Cultists, a pulse-pounding pursuit through the Museum and suspenseful clashes with the local authorities. I suppose there would also need to be a lovable, if bumbling, sidekick and an unconsummated love interest.

 

The final element is already built into RTC's actual theory and this is acknowledging an ACTUAL “New Aeon” which inaugurates a jumped up interface with what Cole calls the “paranormal.” We can imagine a climactic finale in which Cole and Crowley face off on the roof of some ancient temple. Crowley has been accused of duplicity and Cole is going to expose him to the world for the charlatan he is. But Crowley, revolver in hand, isn't going to allow this meddler to leave town alive.

 

Just as Crowley gives a megalomaniacal speech and tightens his finger on the trigger....AIWASS HIMSELF appears (probably due to something clever Detective Cole had set into place...like stealing AC's magical ring or something). AIWASS appears with power and authority and the two men are separated, each one declaring that business between them is unfinished.

 

This leaves the door open for the sequel which would have some sort of pulpy title like THE HALLS OF HORUS.

 

Back to the book itself, then...

 

There are enough examples of things not adding up with the Reception story (and subsequent commentary on the text) for me to accept that Crowley very consciously manipulated aspects of this work. He would run rough-shod over the built in injunction to “change not as much the style of a letter” over and over. The question is why? Richard provides an answer which is that Crowley changed plans along the way. He began with the ambition to take over the Golden Dawn and then scrapped this goal for something much bigger. The “riddle/cipher” was consciously created by Crowley to serve the former goal. Decoded by Crowley, it would give him the edge he needed to succeed with Plan A. When the game changed, the cipher no longer served the new plan...and could even sink it. So Crowley messed with it again and again, changing one letter into another in various places.

 

To decode the original and intended message, one must “restore” the cipher. RTC sets about to do this and demonstrate how the solution thereby discovered would serve Crowley's Plan A.

 

It is my own view that Crowley wasn't just trying to obscure his original intent by altering letters. I think he was likely trying to create a NEW cipher which would result in his validation by a secondary source (the one who would come after). We see that Crowley does, indeed, gravitate toward this sort of approach by his bizarre attempt to torture the name AIWASS into a qabalistic 93 when it was previously at a perfectly good (and interesting) 78. The Book of the Law references the Tarot and offers cryptic commentary and revelation regarding its content. To find that the Minister of Hoor Paar Kraat is “78” is powerful, indeed!

 

Although we can see Crowley trying to twist things to his personal advantage through his subsequent tinkering with the book, I don't think this brings us to the conclusion that the whole thing was a hoax. I don't think we need choose between inspired text (whether automatic writing or transmission from a disembodied and elevated consciousness) and a construed document. But this point of view (not fully embracing either perspective) leaves us with more questions. For example, how did Crowley go about inserting his pre-meditated cipher into an otherwise “automatic” text? Or was the text already written and Crowley just copied it in a script indicating breakneck scribery-and then destroyed the original?

 

And there is a point where these kinds of questions may be impossible to answer for lack of evidence. But we DO have various pieces of evidence available and from some of this, Richard derives his Solution. Readers will find it emerges in a fairly sharp relief as opposed to many of the cumbersome and tortured explanations given by others.

 

A question I would have for the author:

 

The idea is that AC arrived in Egypt for the purpose of implementing his plan. He then actually encountered the big mind-blowing “thing” (which he craved...but which wasn't in the plan). RTC gives credence to the “New Aeon” in his previous book and hints at its new magical method (sex magic being the method of the “OLD Aeon”). So did the transformative energies of the New Aeon infuse the writing of “Liber L?” Even if it is clear as day that Crowley changed letters, changed wording, added poetry and so on...does RTC feel there ARE aspects to the book which emerged beyond Crowley's pre-meditated scheme?

 

This will make no sense to those who have not read the book, however:

 

I am also wondering if the words A BeGLAMOR (found in the solution) are a bit awkward for the clear cut message Crowley allegedly wanted to send. When looking at that particular collection of characters (in the second line), I wonder if BALMORAL was not an intended word?

 

I thought a curiously damning point (along the lines of RTC's expose approach) was the bit where AC notes in his journal meeting with “Big Beast” (indicating that Crowley's Plan A never plotted identifying himself as THE GREAT BEAST). It is from bits such as this that Richard's theory of Plan A and B feels convincing.

 

I think the best way to approach this book (and the Book of the Law, Itself) is with something of “Maybe Logic.” Long time Lashtalian Lutz remarked that Crowley's ship isn't going to be sunk with the revelations of Cole's eLGMOR. I have expressed the viewpoint that a definitive proof of Liber AL being a huge hoax wouldn't sink Crowley's ship. It would actually be chalked up to his genius and mischievous character. Even Cole recognizes that Crowley was the one standing at “ground zero” for the Opening of the Gates.

 

The Race to Conquer, of course, explores the mysterious line and circle squared in its failure and other aspects of the book's claim to POWER no human could possibly possess. I always found it interesting that Louis Wilkinson, in his Introduction to The Law is for All, claims the line drawn through the letters strikes characters whose Hebrew values = the formula of Pi to the place of six decimals. I've yet to see any further demonstration that this is so. But that would be quite something were a random scrawl to turn up some precision. As it goes, we seem to have a more plausible explanation with a map and “X marks the spot.” And a bit more disappointing, I'd say. Because it doesn't, in any way, demonstrate the sort of power and authority claimed by Crowley.

 

I would very much recommend this book to all frequent flyers of Lashtal.com. I am looking forward to our collective think-tank responding to the research and puzzle solving presented herein. There will, doubtless, be debate and criticism. I'm very interested to see what comes to the table. As I have shared in the past, I have my own relationship with Liber AL and it is one that has undergone much “revision” through the years. So the ongoing topic here remains of great interest to me.


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01/04/2020 8:47 am  

@ignant666 – The disturbing news suggested that the book in question had been unleashed three days early.  It was correct.  Disturbing, or what! 😕 

@kidneyhawk“... bizarre attempt to torture the name AIWASS...”  Yes, and in a devilishly Moriarty-esque fashion.  Ha ha ha ha ha...  Priceless!

As you note, the book primarily concerns itself with illustrating Crowley’s original intent.  This being said, I think there’s every chance he was adaptable (and obsessive) enough to forge a second solution from the wreckage of his first.  On this theme, I very recently became aware of a brace of alternate solutions.  Both of which definitely fall into the category of “NEW cipher” and at least one specimen should be available in the relatively near future.  Incidentally, both also discount any praeter-human connotations.

So did the transformative energies of the New Aeon infuse the writing of “Liber L?” Even if it is clear as day that Crowley changed letters, changed wording, added poetry and so on...does RTC feel there ARE aspects to the book which emerged beyond Crowley's pre-meditated scheme?

- Of course!  Crowley’s ‘Magickal essence penetrated the cosmic womb gestating a New Aeon.  He returned saturated with the amniotic fluid of Creation itself. (the presence of these minute particles on all he touched is the reason collectors pay a fortune for letters, art, etc.).  Crowley’s core utterances on the subject absolutely nail the physical conditions of a New Aeon, whose birth-cry our species currently endures, and of which CORVID-19 is a factor (when this pandemic abates, the world will have changed.  How often does that happen?)  Incidentally, one utterance in particular could serve as instructions for the Horus Toy™. 

There is no doubt in my mind that Crowley glimpsed our future.  Had he been less focused on bending it around his ego, a clearer picture may have emerged much sooner than now.    


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01/04/2020 12:41 pm  

 @jamiejbarter
Has "O.T.O." actually "forbidden comment"? Is there any evidence of this, or is it (just) supposition based upon the apparent absence of any forthcoming comment ?

“ there exists no solution to the problem of agitated discourse and falsified information on social “ median internet blogging…Thelema promotes freedom of thought and speech, but there is no way to regulate the hundreds of thousands of discussion forums online. It is known to the author that a memorandum has been circulated in the Outer College of the A∴A∴ discouraging any such engagement in discussions on social media, and that policies for social media are being considered at certain administrative levels of the O.T.O. “
One Truth One Spirit by VereChappell pg 280

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01/04/2020 1:07 pm  

As far as I know Crowley didn't try to fudge the Gematria for the name Aiwass,on the contrary, his lack of expertise with the Hebrew alphabet meant his initial calculations were wrong.  That was later corrected.

I'll dig out Regardie's thoughts on this later.


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01/04/2020 1:17 pm  

@dom - AIVAS (1+10+6+1+60=78) became OIVZ (70+10+6+7=93).  I'm with @kidneyhawk on this one - That's torture!  😫  


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01/04/2020 1:25 pm  

I will admit you got me, RTC, a day early. But another failure to deliver was so plausible, what with the Pirie appendix, and the Rose Crowley diaries, and what not.

So, now that his book has been officially de-embargoed, what is RTC's solution?

Does anyone find it at all plausible? Why/why not? Several have already read it, and posted reviews that don't tell us anything specific about the contents.

68 pages for $11.01 with tax and shipping is a rather steep price to learn how Ol' Fakey was aware of GPS technology in 1906, and what quotation from me is included.

But it is discounted from the "list price" of $8.85 to $6.20 plus tax and shipping so i suppose we should be quite grateful. And they are rather big pages, to give credit where due.


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01/04/2020 1:39 pm  

To fasten on the only bit of specificity in @kidneyhawk's post: Evidently Aiwass is American. Wouldn't that be "A BEGLAMOUR" to a Brit like Ol' Fakey?

Posted by: @kidneyhawk

the words A BeGLAMOR (found in the solution)

One wonders why he left out the "U" in composing his fake cipher. I have never heard it suggested that AC, for all his faults, could not spell.


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01/04/2020 1:49 pm  
Posted by: @therealrtc

AIVAS (1+10+6+1+60=78) became OIVZ (70+10+6+7=93) . . . That's torture!

Trying different spellings isn't torture.


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01/04/2020 2:02 pm  

@michael-staley - I’m with you all the way on that one, Michael, but, surely... different spellings of the same word!... or should that be vwruyd? 😲


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01/04/2020 2:49 pm  
Posted by: @ignant666

To fasten on the only bit of specificity in @kidneyhawk's post: Evidently Aiwass is American. Wouldn't that be "A BEGLAMOUR" to a Brit like Ol' Fakey?

Posted by: @kidneyhawk

the words A BeGLAMOR (found in the solution)

One wonders why he left out the "U" in composing his fake cipher. I have never heard it suggested that AC, for all his faults, could not spell.

This was my first thought, indeed-and even now, it still bothers me a bit as "BEGLAMOR" just doesn't look right. And you are correct: Crowley was building the puzzle himself so he couldn't have arrived at its end to find he was one piece short. Hence, my thought that all intended pieces are, in fact, present (after the cipher has been "restored") and they just need to be set into proper order.


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01/04/2020 3:02 pm  
Posted by: @therealrtc

but, surely... different spellings of the same word!

Posted by: @kidneyhawk

"BEGLAMOR"

Posted by: @ignant666

BEGLAMOUR

Hmmmm.


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01/04/2020 3:07 pm  

@ignant666 - AIVAS... OIVZ... Hmmm.


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Posted by: @therealrtc

I’m with you all the way on that one, Michael, but, surely... different spellings of the same word!...

In my view that's legitimate. Different spellings evoke different meanings. In my experience - and certainly in the manner in which I use it - gematria is essentially a subjective matter. Just as each letter of Spare's 'Sacred Alphabet' was a sensation captured in a sigil, so gematria can evoke a person's mystical and magical experience.

For example, Achad's Word, MANIO. There are two main spellings: one takes the final letter as Vav, yielding 107; the other takes it as Ayin, yielding 171. On one level, 171 has connections to a specific and intimate magical identity which became apparent to me many years ago, centering on the number 717. On another level, the spelling as 107 means a great deal to me through its correspondence to BITzH, 'egg', thus connecting to two great passions of mine - the Amalantrah Working, and the egg as Lam.

This is what I mean by gematria evoking magical and mystical sensations and experiences, and this is what I mean by it being perfectly legitimate to explore different spellings of the same word. In all the years I've known you, you've never struck me as being interested in gematria, so my opinion on your view as expressed in the quote above may well fall on stony ground.


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01/04/2020 3:15 pm  

If anyone has a copy of Regardie's 'Garden of Pomegranates' the section on Gematria explains how Crowley finalized the Aiwass issue.


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01/04/2020 3:22 pm  

You can keep up the coy, preening "I've got a secret!" stance all you like, RTC, but the fact is you've now dropped your pants for all to see.

Dropped them very slowly, it's true, since i have to wait for printing after my demand, and then the postal service, but dropped them you have. So now your claims have to withstand scrutiny, or fall. All the clever sneering in the world won't cut it.

For example, having written a book the argument of which depends on reading some sinister implication of fakery into the very common Qabalistic procedure of trying to find the "true spelling" of words (other examples being "ABRAHADABRA" and "BAFOMITR"), while proclaiming a cipher solution that depends on the expensively-educated Ol' Fakey not being able to spell, well, maybe a bit more modesty might be in order.

Or maybe i will be persuaded that all your preening and sneering is justified, when, in the fullness of time, my copy arrives.


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01/04/2020 3:41 pm  

Can someone who has this book please just tell us what the cipher solution, that apparently includes "A BEGLAMOR", actually is? Where does the "E" come from?

Since his solution evidently depends on the claim that several characters were altered from their originals, perhaps the "altered" characters could be indicated in bold or italic? I believe the "X" is said to be a multiplication sign, or somehow not a letter in the solution?

Once we decide part of the solution is "A BEGLAMOR", and that Ol' Fakey forgot his spelling, and "buy a vowel",  as they say on the game shows, to get there, we are left with numbers, the vexed "X", and "K Y R P S T O V A L".

All i can get out of these clues is that RTC thinks the answer involves "A BEGLAMOR ROSY POLKA TV" or "A BEGLAMOR OVAL SKY PORT". So the solution must depend on "changing the style of" some letters.


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01/04/2020 4:16 pm  

Or actually "A BEGLAMOR OVAL SKY PORT" and the number 11,544,586,827. At least that what i get when i multiply all the numbers before the "X" by the ones after (4,638,243 × 2,489 = 11,544,586,827).

Or maybe we sum all the digits before and after the multiplication sign, and then multiply, in which case the answer is "A BEGLAMOR OVAL SKY PORT" and 690 ((4 + 6 + 3 + 8 + 2 + 4 + 3) × (2 + 4 + 8 + 9) = 690).

Because i realized that it couldn't be "A BEGLAMOR ROSY POLKA TV", unless Aiwass also knew about TV, in addition to GPS.


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01/04/2020 4:22 pm  
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Hadn't noticed that one.

in its failure... to be recognized. 😔

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01/04/2020 4:28 pm  
Posted by: @ignant666

"A BEGLAMOR OVAL SKY PORT"

OVAL SKY PORT would be a GREAT name for a band (debut album would titled "BEGLAMOR").


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01/04/2020 4:35 pm  

@ignant666 I am also working on a little review of the book, but I am waiting for the final publication to arrive. I am more interested on which internal evidence RTC bases his conclusions than in the final solution which is (Kyle has kind of mentioned it also):

 

4638 1 24 A BeGLAMOR? I

X 24 89 RSVP TO L

which full transliteration leads to:

Decided not to publsih that so early.

 

As said, I am waiting for the final product.

Love=Law

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01/04/2020 4:39 pm  

I suppose this would be a good time to mention that i have received summonses from the NYPD (back when you could make up a name and say you left your ID at home) attributing various crimes to Al G. Mor, Randall Patrick "RP" Stoval, and Oliver Haddo.


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01/04/2020 4:43 pm  
Posted by: @ignant666

Al G. Mor, Randall Patrick "RP" Stoval, and Oliver Haddo.

Why, that's lead vocals/guitar, bass and drums for Oval Sky Port!


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01/04/2020 5:04 pm  

@kidneyhawk - I think OVAL SKY PORT played live at last year's Balmoral Roundhouse Ball Bash, supported by a feisty troupe called The Ragged Rag-Time Girls who are fronted by some bloke called Crowley... How's that for a coincidence?

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01/04/2020 5:09 pm  

Thank you very much, @the_real_simon_iff, for giving RTC's "solution".

The initial decrypting then depends on

4638 1* 24 A Be**GLAMOR?*** I****

X 24 89 RSVP TO L

* allegedly altered to K? Possible, but sure doesn't look that way.

** Where does the E come from?

*** is this supposed to be the second 3 that would otherwise be omitted? The 3 very clearly is a 3 and nothing else

**** allegedly altered to Y? The most plausible claim i could see about letter-altering is that the Y was something else. Is this an I or a 1?

and then somehow decoding

4638 1 24 I X (or ×?) 24 89

into

418 meets 418, on March 24 1906

Even if the I is a 1, and the X means "meets", how does a 13 character cipher decrypt into a 24 character answer? I see the two 418s, and 3/24, and the 6 and the 9, but where do the other 1, and the 0 come from, and what about the extra 2 (maybe it is the missing 0, because 0=2?)? More evidence Aiwass is American- he puts the 3 before the 24, rather than saying 24 March the way a Brit like Ol' Fakey would.

Who is supposed to RSVP to L, and who is L? What does "a beglamor" mean? Why is it misspelled, or does the U come from the same place the E does?

This makes even less sense than i was expecting, and depends on absurd amounts of special pleading. Can't wait for my copy to arrive.


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01/04/2020 5:13 pm  

@ignant666

It all makes sense in his book. (see what I did here?)

The 24 character answer is a translation or transliteration, not a letter-to-letter thing.

 

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01/04/2020 5:29 pm  

I can see that it could be un-jumbled to 418 × 418 3/24/906, but that depends on 0=2, and 906 still isn't "1906". No one has ever written a twentieth century date that way.


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01/04/2020 5:33 pm  

@ignant666

That's why I don't want to talk about the solution in my "review" but about how it came into being. Because that's where I can follow.

This might be the best, the worst, or just another solution.

It seems his grid solution is way better in my eyes, but I haven't completely sorted it out yet. I am concentrationg on the riddle first.

Love=Law

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01/04/2020 7:04 pm  

QUACK! QUACK! Who's an ugly duckling today?

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01/04/2020 7:40 pm  
Posted by: @ignant666

and then somehow decoding

4638 1 24 I X (or ×?) 24 89

into

418 meets 418, on March 24 1906

Which post does this revelation appear in?  I can't seem to see it!  

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01/04/2020 7:55 pm  

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Page 117/118 Regardie's A Garden of Pomegranates Chapter 6 The Literal Quabalah, Llewellyn Publications, Fifth printing 2005 3rd Edition. Edited by Chic Cicero and Tabatha Cicero

 

One Quabalist (AC) of tremendous knowledge was endeavouring to transliterate into Hebrew the name of a praeterhuman intelligence by the name of Aiwass..... for his desire to obtain the numerical value of 418.  Had this Quabalist (AC) ..known of the remark made with regard to the letter of the 32nd path Tav he would have been saved several years of effort.   For that letter,when without a dogesh , is pronounced as an 'S'.  Aiwass should have spelt 

 

TAV 400 +  ALEPH 1 + VAV 6 + YOD  10 + ALEPH 1= 418  


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01/04/2020 8:00 pm  
Posted by: @therealrtc

different spellings of the same word!...

Examples: Allan, Allen, Alan, Alaine, Al'un.

All In?

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Different spellings evoke different meanings

Right. And if one is trying to spell a word as they heard it phonetically (as it sounds when intoned and vibrated aloud), because that's what it comes down to IMB. ("In My Book" of numbers and letters).

However, MB ("My Book") has a really big problem with the pronunciation of some Hebrew letters, which are NOT sounded like we do in English, but are the closet "equivalent."

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"BAFOMITR"

I always liked that one. It impressed some primordial understanding of QBL upon my Operating System - A realization that QBL is fluid; that it is a system for ordering the mind, not for realization of the absolute state (61); and that if one looks closely at words like BAFOMITR, one can see how "Crowley QBL" works, because this is the capstone of that maneuver.

This thread has now turned into April's first Glass Bead Game (Herman Hesse) that was so abstract I had to start skipping over some of the details in order to avoid brain fatigue.

Randori (Japanese: defense against multiple assailants) practice has now commenced. I wish we had a live video feed from that rooftop in the eye of the hurricane where RTC and AC are joined by, and backed up by, their respective bands of merry men. Aiwass is the announcer, Hoor and Set the generals, Harpo says nothing, and all transactions are monitored and adjudicated by the Internal Revenue Service or its counterpart in other countries of the civilized Thelemic countries of the world. Oh, and there's a deadly plague raining death through the entire spectrum of humanity.

BEHOLD: Armageddon in a Box Book!

 


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01/04/2020 8:11 pm  
Posted by: @jamiejbarter

Which post does this revelation appear in?  I can't seem to see it!  

 

It was in the_real_simon_iff's post as i was writing that post, but then he deleted most of RTC's "solution"


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01/04/2020 9:26 pm  

Another thing i can't wait to learn is why it is that we are to interpret the squiggles over 24 and 89 in the cipher as meaning we "rotate" X degrees counterclockwise in solving the "grid page" problem. But the squiggles have nothing to do with the solution of the cipher in which they appear?

From @the_real_simon_iff's now-redacted post, it seems RTC's cipher solution is a standalone item- it is solved with only the letters and numbers on the page (and a bit of fudging, of course). But the cipher also somehow refers to the "grid page"/GPS coordinate revelations, in that the squiggles instruct us to "rotate" in solving that problem.

All this makes very little sense. Especially since the pen-strokes that @therealrtc says means "rotate" are very clearly going clockwise.


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01/04/2020 10:00 pm  

@ignant666 - As memory serves, I have never before seen someone so rabidly determined to trash something he has not yet experienced!  C'mon, go with your True Will.  Spew out the damning review you've already written and sharpened to a spike.

I can tolerate your Pavlovian abuse, it's the dribbling I struggle with... 🤑   


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01/04/2020 10:08 pm  

@therealrtc : Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus is an old legal maxim.

I was initially skeptical (what with your false claims about having the Pirie watermark "goods", and your false claims about having found Rose Crowley's diaries, among other things), but willing to be persuaded, until the whole GPS coordinate fiasco, and your total inability to provide a straight answer about any aspect of of your claims there.

Can't wait to read your book, after all the hype, and can promise a complete, and non-dribbling, review once i actually can read your claims all at once, and not "dribbled out" by others who have read your book.

But i will have to wait for Lulu to print it, and the USPS to deliver it (yes, i am one of what i am sure may be literally dozens who have purchased your book) before i can actually know what it contains.


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01/04/2020 10:36 pm  

@ignant666 - Until then, we both remain enthusiastically and energetically bated.  "dozens" - In my dreams!


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01/04/2020 10:46 pm  
Posted by: @ignant666

(and a bit of fudging, of course)

Hey! Have a little respect for Crowley QBL. I just explained how these things are fluid. (No "bodily" fluids intended ... at least at this point).

This fluidity allows one to twist anything into anything else. Hardline QBL is Hod. Fiddling is Netzach, and should be considered an "art form," but only if the resultant picture is legible, clear, and contains its own self-confirmation within itself. If not, it is mere scribble.

Dribble?

The Book is indirectly, but unerringly, linked to "an experience." By this I/we/some might interpret this book as "having a charge," or as a "talisman," or somehow "packing a punch." This is not unusual in the world of "occult" or even "religious" literature.

It's like saying, "You have to see the movie." In this case, Dolby Sensurround and 3D viewing are implied, via Lulu.

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Ignant has noticed that a witness to truth has possibly been influenced by Hoor to mute and render void specific secret information, only to be found in the book. In this version of mythic reality, AC is Set, which I suppose is appropriate enough.

 

 


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02/04/2020 5:01 am  

The first of April as an important date in the 'Cairo Working' came to my attention in Kenneth Grant's Beyond the Mauve Zone a title to a book, published by Starfire in 1999, @michael-staley, where in a chapter entitled 'Masonic Masques' references this event as significant in its understanding gleaned by Achad Prophetic experiences on April 2. 1948, with the reception of a word,to that tomorrow, and that is significant for today is a April Fools and @RTC's must thank Lashtal and all, as I do,  for Mr. Coles April Fools release challenge in all earnest has played out in today's fray...but I am still reminded of the phrase that came to mind after the Bogus ordeals the there is "That which remains!"

Thus to hear that Mr. Cole is coming up perhaps with new editions, to which I look forward to the LuLu edition and fitting @shiva cartoon, but I think @Xon gets the gif award for the day with the Sat-Al-light as circle and x out is space as is the fitting tangent. So is that the Horus Toy or is that operated by 5-G, there seems to be a infinity for G's and the G looks like an electrical circuit, but really is a six, by the sex of the QBL for flexibility with what are generations of the generative gizmo such to quote Richard T. Cole from earlier today

"Of course!  Crowley’s ‘Magickal essence penetrated the cosmic womb gestating a New Aeon.  He returned saturated with the amniotic fluid of Creation itself. (the presence of these minute particles on all he touched is the reason collectors pay a fortune for letters, art, etc.).  Crowley’s core utterances on the subject absolutely nail the physical conditions of a New Aeon, whose birth-cry our species currently endures, and of which CORVID-19 is a factor (when this pandemic abates, the world will have changed.  How often does that happen?)  Incidentally, one utterance in particular could serve as instructions for the Horus Toy™. 

There is no doubt in my mind that Crowley glimpsed our future.  Had he been less focused on bending it around his ego, a clearer picture may have emerged much sooner than now."  

Yes well said and hindsight is 2020 but I am not really sure of your clearer picture, I think Crowley more than alright, at least I hear you got out of the house, which is sort of the point of all of this, why this is a good time to behold the Stele for all the letters of the Book are...

To be continued.

Good Night 

Ninety Three

Jai Ma!

 

 

 


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02/04/2020 12:24 pm  

There is a poisonous wind lurking outside
a new phase
in orbit;
indwelling.

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