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28/01/2020 8:54 pm  

Bite me! ok then show me... lol


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28/01/2020 9:00 pm  

@the_real_simon_iff  - Too bad I can't do 27 random accounts at the moment... - Darn their timing.  I don’t think a single one of them Russian brides wants this riddle solved. 🤣 

@ignant666, @chuck, @the_real_simon_iff, @ptoner and @kidneyhawk – That’s the spirit!  Five in an hour and I’m offering a quadruple points webmaster special. Note - Biting in polite company is silent, with lips sealed, so little chance of accidentally spilling a bean, or two... 😀 

 


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28/01/2020 9:14 pm  

MISSOURI

 

errr show me 


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28/01/2020 9:40 pm  

I'll help the Audience: ME TO.


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28/01/2020 9:42 pm  

Show me.  


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28/01/2020 11:39 pm  

@therealrtc

Yes to what purpose is the use of running around upon old maps of Cairo if not to solve what has become your riddle, our rather ours, for the handful here, that have accepted the wild goose chase, to what end but to prove your thesis perhaps, which I do have not problem with.... Yes my first edition of Bogus has been at the ready, and a 1936 copy of The Equinox of the Gods lies at the other end of the pitch....

I suppose that you have a deadline coming, April Fools, and so need more than Toner, a few others and I to bite at the bit, for I guess his mark is not it in your estimation, now threatening, to disclose where the real line and x should lay or lie. if only you get more minds to come forward to crack the puzzle and then you will be off the hook, or have material for the book. Well lets hope that we get some takers for if you can not even get 31 now what is that going to say for potential sales?

I do not know where you wrote about ones and ones to come after, but frankly it is fairly obvious that is one of the allures and traps of the Book, one that should be admitted as well as a position to be feared and outright rejected....If the reception story is true, then AC then did reject it and fear it, and thus the subsequent taking up of the mantel would then demonstrate himself to be the one to come after, and to expound and proclaim the glad word.

To those familiar with the works of Kenneth Grant, Aossic Aiwass, he brought up in Beyond the Mauve Zone, directly. the notion that Crowley never vibrated a word appropriate to the Aeon, that the word Thelma was the word of the Law, but that upon Masonic notions, a lost word to be discovered...and then upon oaths it is supposed to be kept silent...

This now might be prefatory to addressing the concerns of @ignant666, whom with his most base malkuthian desire for a simple equation, where like the "Hunchback" he is hunched over his computer, questioning and grumbling,  as we see in the picture, bathed in computer light, maybe not even hoping, for he wants certainty not faith, and as "not so sensitive to Higher Things", rest assured then that the answer is so simple that  even have Tangen will throw off the glasses at dawn, for the answer st that with which the "Soldier" does stand attention....

Thus the answer is that the answer comes with an exclamation!

Thus then upon your proper question statement below

Posted by: @ignant666

After you explain your claimed Riddle Solution, please (for extra credit) explain how this solution will help future aspirants to stop the interior Chattering Monkey, and "get out".

know that the answer will not be a period, but an exultation of that which requires an exclamation mark, which extinguishes the chattering monkey to indeed "get out"

Remember simple minded Bill Burroughs spent thousands on Scientology to get three feet behind his head, and also a lot of money on junk....not so simple...and the command is 'be three feet behind your head'.

Maybe a "cut-up method" of Liber of Liber L. vel Legis  might yield some results, though throwing it on the fire as suggested might do the trick as well...

HG

 

 

 

 

 


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29/01/2020 3:10 am  

Shorn, not Show.


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29/01/2020 12:15 pm  

To recap - I’ll post a map of Cairo on which is superimposed Crowley’s line and ‘X’ in exactly the correct place, if just 31 members ask.

@ignant666@chuck@the_real_simon_iff@ptoner@kidneyhawk@christibrany, @nassah, @dom, @shiva and @hadgigegenraum - That’s the spirit!  Ten in twelve hours and I’m still offering a quadruple  points webmaster special...

@hadgigegenraum – To what purpose, indeed?  Certainly not a wild goose chase.  I have no deadline save for a desire for this solution to escape into the public domain.  Though early-doors, yet, I am not encouraged by the numbers.  We stand at the threshold of an answer to a riddle unsolved for over a century and one (as Crowley noted) with ‘Magickal Heir’ as First Prize - Plus the major insights into Crowley packaged as fringe-benefits.  Yet, to date, only ten people are curious enough as to tick one box.  Is this an indication of how far general interest in Crowley has slumped in recent years?

The New Aeon has dawned.  All facets of our lives and our world are changing, and precisely in accordance with the thoughts of a man who both glimpsed what was happening, outlined the new conditions, provided a means of harnessing the new ‘Current’ and may even have precipitated the whole show.  Yet, and I’m perplexed by this, the single thing missing from Crowley’s New Aeon of Horus is f*****g Crowley! How is this possible?  Where does the buck stop for this catastrophic failure?  [Where I am there is no emoticon.]     

 


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29/01/2020 4:28 pm  

@therealrtc

Thanks for the recap. Yes it would nice and encouraging to see more participation as regards your offer, but instead of 31 why not eleven, as that may be all that we get...

Taking a stab at things again, prior to the Toner Tour, and using the the Nichohosoff Map it is fairly clear, the line cuts through the "Boulaq", the Egyptian Museum, having followed Sheri Maspero to that landmark, after having started on the west bank of the Nile, cut across the northern tip of the Gizera Island on to the aforesaid landmarks to the souther termination of the line at Midan Ismailia, with the OX, the circle squared in its failure, is in the river. The Great River!

So of course the great river is the Nile, which is also known as the H'pi, pronounced Hapy, which might be the answer to Mr. Cole's missing emoticon, "the old LSD smiley face"....Of course, the 'circle squared in its failure' as has been pointed out by various commentators can have a reference to the mathematics that yields Pi, π, the mathematical constant, the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter... and here the word play is on the river Nile, H'pi or  rather H' π !

This then does give credence to placing the circle squared OX, into the Great River, as rivers have a special spiritual allegorical significance....HPI adds as Hebrew letters to 77 for those goats looking to drink of the waters of life and watch out for the Typhonians lurking in the deep...

The Egyptian hieroglyph for the 'Great River' is translated Iteru, and when I punched that into a Hebrew translator I got אני כאן which translates to  "I'm Here"... So Richard maybe we have found Crowley! He's in the Great River or rather his  child is, and perhaps as we are all Children of the Aeon we are all in the water, the great river the H' π as I am sure to be called 'all wet', let me just say as regards the issue of 'Water Marks" that I can now well expound that we have found the proper one per Liber L.vel Legis and its ouroboric hologram of riddles....

93

HG

P.S

@ignant666 

Please realize, and excuse me for any affront per my previous post, but I think that one who went through the 60's that you would attest that there are moments in life when things like de ja vu's, coincidence, and the like seem to percolate, like an old forgotten friend calling just when you they came to mind, etc,,,the weird shit twilight zone factory, that was the happening more appreciated in the cultural explosion that did have an appreciation for the "Journey to the East"so to speak... I feel this is sort of what has happened here on this page today, in making some unexpected connections, that while know might not resonate with others, or not, does with my own Hermetic yearnings to which this has been quite unexpected, and through this House...and at 216!

The Equinox Of The Gods, made up or not, does in that reception story transmit a certain twilight zone factor that can happen, maybe not as said, but does in life, in various little ways, or big, and that the danger of such stories, per AC's is that it can bring in the factor of being credulous upon belief, rather than the certainty of such factors, which like a river are changing and at the same time are a constant, so why is π called a constant?!

As regards this particular riddle, I still do not know what 4638 etc...means, or the prosaic and/or mystical connection to III 47, but it is has been a fascination, and have been open to all sorts of interpretations, thanks all, including what RTC is seeking to expose, in a community effort, which at that he seems to be playing an interesting role with his work, that should be commended, and even in its audaciousness. He is willing to wager...where are the rest of the Horus kids?Thanks!

 

 

 


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29/01/2020 5:51 pm  
Posted by: @therealrtc

a quadruple  points webmaster special...

Four times nuthin' still is nuthin'
You gotta do somethin' to be with me.

31 monkeys is not enough, but it shows that we are not spending much of our time here in academia, but rather like Let's Make a Deal, or Meet Groucho.

Webmaster of which web?

So many questions. So little time (what with The end of The World and April Fool's Daycoming up).

Posted by: @therealrtc

Is this an indication of how far general interest in Crowley has slumped in recent years?

Yes.

Posted by: @therealrtc

Where does the buck stop for this catastrophic failure?

Why, with each single individual, of course.

We are all watching a holographic movie.
But not everyone is watching the same show.
Certainly and obviously this must behoovie
us all to yell, and then duck down below
the wind of illusion.

Posted by: @hadgigegenraum

Yes it would nice and encouraging to see more participation as regards your offer

Let my servants be few and secret. They rule the many and the known by virtue of their interaction with the collective unconscious, not by designing and refining crossword puzzles.

Posted by: @hadgigegenraum

there are moments in life when things like de ja vu's, coincidence, and the like seem to percolate, like an old forgotten friend calling just when you they came to mind, etc,

Right. And after all the trees and spheres are stripped away, all the Libers burned, and all the Saints flogged and drowned, this phenomenon you mention is the only way-post we have left. Jung called it Synchronicity, and it means meaningful coincidence. It's the bottom line of guidance when we get lost.


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29/01/2020 7:12 pm  

Dwtw

Did the carnival barker not get enough attention as a (Carrot) Child(e)?

and now needs to beg for more?

Just 31 tickets, ladies and gents, step right up

and you get to see the real live Siamese Twins!

And amidst all the babble, wasn't there something about how Crowley

deliberately set up a puzzle so that HE would solve it himself,

and then get to claim to be the One to follow... himself?

Am I the only one who finds that patently ridiculous?

I mean, he's already called the Holy Chosen One elsewhere in the text -

which is the more straightforward approach to self-glorification

in your own Holy Book.

 

 

Litlluw

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29/01/2020 7:25 pm  
Posted by: @threefold31

wasn't there something about how Crowley

deliberately set up a puzzle so that HE would solve it himself,

and then get to claim to be the One to follow... himself?

Am I the only one who finds that patently ridiculous?

Yes, this is among the most patently ridiculous claims @therealrtc makes. He says that AL contains internal evidence that it was fabricated in 1906, as a piece of automatic writing received by an Egyptian adept called Aiwass (=78) that contains a riddle AC would solve making him "the one that comes after".

Then, AC supposedly changed his mind and made himself the prophet instead, and thus set up a contradiction that forced him to keep the answer to the riddle/cypher a secret (since it reveals the earlier scheme)

A lesser man than RTC might have qualms over the fact that there isn't a shred of evidence to support this wild speculation (and much evidence against it), and that it makes no sense whatever for the reasons you mention.

He will, of course, prove the doubters and mockers wrong, on 4/1/20, or when his carnival-barking shills in a few more marks, which ever comes first. Yeah sure.


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29/01/2020 7:27 pm  

@threefold31 - "I mean, he's already called the Holy Chosen One elsewhere in the text " - Where?  What your uninformed, entrenched and erroneous opinion finds "patently ridiculous" is of no concern to myself or others, who are attempting to solve this riddle.  So, do you wish to assist, and perhaps learn something, or are you intent on sounding like a six-year-old brat whose parents won't buy him more ice-cream... Grow up!  😡

@ignant666 - See above.    

 


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29/01/2020 7:28 pm  

You may (AL) or may not (LA) add me to the list to make up the 31 (or 11) few and secret servants. Its up to you, I am happy to wait till your original publication date.

As a new member, I still have enough enthusiasm to post my Cipher findings. I may start a new thread so as not to interrupt the flow of this one. Tomorrow is an "auspicious" date for me, so I may just do that.


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29/01/2020 7:31 pm  

@the-hga-of-a-duck - I look forward to seeing this. Don't be deterred by the rigid mindset of a few, who much prefer to live in a warm, fuzzy cocoon of ignorance.

 


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29/01/2020 7:56 pm  

As i predicted, RTC will not probably get his 31 marks into the carnival-tent, since there aren't currently 31 regular posters.

As he well knew when he made his offer, he was unlikely to have to deliver.

But those 63 calendar pages are flipping away fast... until we get RTC's very finest and newest excuses for not delivering, with promises, of course, of future publication.


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29/01/2020 8:18 pm  
Posted by: @therealrtc

@threefold31 - "I mean, he's already called the Holy Chosen One elsewhere in the text " - Where?  What your uninformed, entrenched and erroneous opinion finds "patently ridiculous" is of no concern to myself or others, who are attempting to solve this riddle.  So, do you wish to assist, and perhaps learn something, or are you intent on sounding like a six-year-old brat whose parents won't buy him more ice-cream... Grow up!  😡

@ignant666 - See above.    

 

Dwtw

If  Carrot Childe's question is "where in Liber L is the scribe called the Holy Chosen One?"

then he clearly hasn't read the Book he's been trashing for years.

Seeing as how I solved this riddle over two decades ago, there's not much I can assist Mr. Cole with,

except maybe a new anagram for his name instead of the composted carrot

RICHARD T COLE = RECTAL ORCHID

There you go Rick, you got the attention your trolling self so dearly craves.

 

Litlluw

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29/01/2020 8:51 pm  

@threefold31

Don't be too quick to dismiss him. 🙂 

Posted by: @threefold31

RECTAL ORCHID

"The Child of his bowels", maybe? 😆 


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29/01/2020 9:11 pm  
Posted by: @threefold31

Am I the only one who finds that patently ridiculous?

No, because (may he be damned for a barking dog) it makes no sense on the physical plane. Ideas such as this, following one's self, are valid for discussion in abstract realms, such as time travel, teleportation, and zen, but probably don't work out too well anywhere on terra firma, including Cairo.

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Don't be deterred by the rigid mindset of a few, who much prefer to live in a warm, fuzzy cocoon of ignorance.

Let my crystallized dorks be few and stubborn. Personally, I can't stand the cold.

Posted by: @threefold31

RECTAL ORCHID

Oh, no Surely not him? He was (not "I was") a primary Sumerian deity-demon known for being both naughty and nice.

 

 


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29/01/2020 11:41 pm  
Posted by: @threefold31

Am I the only one who finds that patently ridiculous?

No, you're not.


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30/01/2020 12:30 am  
Posted by: @threefold31

If  Carrot Childe's question is "where in Liber L is the scribe called the Holy Chosen One?"

then he clearly hasn't read the Book he's been trashing for years.

Hard to imagine, given the in-depth study RTC made of it in Liber Bogus and the jokey postcards and so forth based on it over the years.  Maybe he meant "who in Liber L is the scribe called the HCO?", as wasn't this also attributed to some oriental gentleman by the name of "BB"- that is "Big Bird", I mean, "Beast" somewhere in his (Richard's) own writings/ AC's diaries?  I am sure "Carrot Childe" will clear up this little mystery - in his own good time.  (As per usual!)

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I’m still offering a quadruple  points webmaster special...

I'm not actually sure what this is meant to mean, either.  It does sound awfully exciting though. ( I'm almost agog about the matter in fact.  Pass the tranquilisers over, Maisie.)

Maybe as I'm here I should add my "I will bite" too: I think this makes me either the 12th or 13th depending on whether threefold31 is himself masticating?  Perhaps if some kind of momentum is able to be sustained it might shorten the 63 days of hideous suspense remaining - how about offering some sort of prize for the 31st "customer" as an added inducement to come forth? 

So: shower me - er,show me then

N Joy

 

 


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30/01/2020 2:36 am  

@therealrtc

Thanks. I just got it typed up and have submitted it for "peer-review" in the "Qabalah" subforum.


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30/01/2020 12:16 pm  

At risk of prompting another chorus of “Patently ridiculous,” I confess my puzzlement...  Members seem eminently capable of discussing the most excruciatingly complex mystic convolutions hacking at the cipher  (Many of which have a certain artistic elegance, though all are, for all practicable purposes, useless ego-bling).  Conversely, I describe a most elementary scheme, which clarifies many otherwise inexplicable oddities (the Title Page additions, for instance) and everyone starts scratching their wrinkled brows - A man hatches a plan, which includes a riddle.  The plan changes, so the riddle’s solution becomes invalid.  How hard is that to grasp, really.  On a theme – Aiwass repeatedly instructed Crowley NOT to mess.  Did he listen?  Hard-core Crowleyites routinely and habitually bend over backwards to accommodate the most ludicrous explanations (I misheard.. the angel gave me permission to.. I added a verse the angel forgot... Wife filled that bit in..., I changed that bit because... etc., etc.), yet require absolute proof positive, in triplicate, prior to even a cursory glance at a mountain of contradictions...  Which is fine on an individual basis.  However, I, and I presume others, don’t care to dwell in a womb-like fantasy.  I’m happy to provide whatever assistance to anyone wishing to solve this riddle.  If you have nothing to contribute other than knee-jerk mud-slinging, then, please, don’t.

@threefold31RECTAL ORCHID - Ha ha ha ha ha! Almost a shame that isn’t in the riddle.

@jamiejbarter  - “... some sort of prize for the 31st "customer" as an added inducement to come forth?  – Fine idea.  How about I ship the very first copy to lucky, lucky person number 31?

To recap - I’ll post a map of Cairo on which is superimposed Crowley’s line and ‘X’ in exactly the correct place, if just 31 members ask.

@ignant666@chuck@the_real_simon_iff@ptoner@kidneyhawk, @dom@shiva, @the-hga-of-a-duck, @jamiejbarter@threefold31, @nassah@christibrany,   @hadgigegenraum - That’s the spirit!  Thirteen in a day and I’m still offering a quadruple points webmaster special... Roll up... Roll up... 🤡 

 


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30/01/2020 12:37 pm  

62 days...


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30/01/2020 2:16 pm  

Put me down also for the 31.

“I’m happy to provide whatever assistance to anyone wishing to solve this riddle.” - its true. I contacted him and got some great hints (and even more direct advice). Even though some of it was staring me in the face and i needed more hints.

This was after following the initial advice in the cairo 1904 thread and this one and finding them promising. (Faustian, Paul lashtal and rtc)

i havent reached the end. As i have to work it out on my own. But so far it mostly makes sense and i am just entering in to it.

i have read many of the other solutions in the past and have no axe to grind or flag to fly either here nor there.

but as has been written that it will be simple and all one needs is the  cairo map, and the page from Liber (A)L and the Stele.

i encourage others as ptoner has done to try a few overlays on their computer or print out the map, page and stele and play around for themselves.

 


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30/01/2020 3:20 pm  
Posted by: @therealrtc

Members seem eminently capable of discussing the most excruciatingly complex mystic convolutions hacking at the cipher 

That's the problem. "Hacking at." I suggest said cipher will not be solved by hacking with the mentat.

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62 days...

Keep counting.


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30/01/2020 3:44 pm  

Dwtw

Having studied the matter for years, I cannot be counted among those supposedly 'bending over backwards' to give AC a pass on his meddling with the manuscript.

I can't recall ever seeing anyone make a claim to the effect that he 100% followed the instructions re: changing the style of a letter and so forth. We know that what ended up in Liber CCXX is not absolutely verbatim what was supposedly spoken to him by Aiwass. That is why the original ms is supposed to always accompany the typescript - which is in effect an 'English translation' of the manuscript - which is supposed to be translated into "all tongues".

The straw men that keep getting put out on this subject are not convincing. Few, if any, Thelemites are buying the Cairo story hook, line and sinker. And most would be willing to see actual evidence of discrepancies. You know, like actual typing paper that is provably unavailable in 1904 - yep, still waiting for that promise to be fulfilled. But Mr. Cole keeps avoiding discussing that elephant in the room. He flat out lied about it and wants us all to look the other way while he cries wolf again. If and when I see that he's not lying about this latest escapade, then we can have a discussion.

Whatever the line drawn and circle squared show on a map could be quite interesting, but disproving the Cairo Working story? Hardly likely; but it might be some intriguing evidence of an alternative narrative. And that's what Thelemites want to see - evidence. I'm not from Missouri, but I grew up in a big city, where you don't bring out your money until the goods are shown. So shut the hell up already and show your hand. For my part, I will now shut up and await the 'big reveal'. And I'm asking to NOT be shown anything yet, so that should count as a vote of negative 1.

 

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30/01/2020 4:21 pm  

@threefold31 - "Having studied the matter for years" - and therein lies the problem!  Anything repeatedly ground around in a circle will dig itself into a rut mistaken for sanctuary.  "But Mr. Cole keeps avoiding discussing that elephant in the room."  Erm, I outlined my schedule only a week or so back.  With a bit of luck the Bogus Appendix will appear early next year.  My cipher solution will manifest on 01 April, and as for "...but disproving the Cairo Working story? Hardly likely; but it might be some intriguing evidence of an alternative narrative."  We shall see. BTW - Discovering an alternate timeline would inherently disprove the Cairo myth. 😖

Alas, your requested negative count sags our crew to a mere dozen.  Keeping a positive spin on matters, I'll offer double points if you change your mind, and double points for a @michael-staley, plus my quadruple points webmaster bonus still counts.    C'mon, 'take one for the team' I believe is the expression.  You may learn something.  🤔  


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30/01/2020 11:23 pm  
Posted by: @threefold31

Seeing as how I solved this riddle over two decades ago

Your solution is clever, but like those that came before and after yours, none of them have elevated to the level of certainty, and evidently, if left up to Carrot Childe, the process will only regress.


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31/01/2020 3:26 am  
323B5B16 11AB 4685 8DC6 18CED280355B

🙂

Photo number is 120 for those with numbers on the mind. Attach-120-attach. Just mentioned for fun.

62E675B1 D1B5 42E7 99A0 1FDFC95B18F8

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31/01/2020 11:13 am  

61 days...


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31/01/2020 12:03 pm  

RTC's 'Russian brides' jibe.    The only bit of this thread I absorbed.


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31/01/2020 4:15 pm  
Posted by: @threefold31

For my part, I will now shut up and await the 'big reveal'. And I'm asking to NOT be shown anything yet, so that should count as a vote of negative 1.

Sigh!  There always has to be <a negative> 1, doesn't there!?

Posted by: @therealrtc

Keeping a positive spin on matters, I'll offer double points if you change your mind

Hmmm... *thinks* maybe in hopes of being offered double points I should change my mind and tactically withdraw my "show", as well?

Posted by: @therealrtc

“... some sort of prize for the 31st "customer" as an added inducement to come forth? 

– Fine idea.  How about I ship the very first copy to lucky, lucky person number 31?

Yes, but on further thinking though this might only cause a proliferation around the 30th request with the result that there'd possibly be half a dozen superfluous extra ones "after counting has closed".  To generate the right sort of momentum, perhaps it might be best to make the special "customer" somewhere around e.g. the 25th as an upper limit?

Posted by: @dom

RTC's 'Russian brides' jibe.    The only bit of this thread I absorbed.

Are you actually saying here - boasting, perhaps - that since you managed to understand this bit, you're justly proud of your achievement?

N Joy

 


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31/01/2020 7:30 pm  

@jamiejbarter – Jim-Jam, give @threefold31 some credit, he’s seemingly the only one on this thread who understands anything.  Well, with the exception of, you know... the one who saw the whole solution then scoured off his tongue with a 1902 manuscript copy of Liber L, tragic... and let’s not forget Clive.  One sniff of the solution and he offloads all his books, including his life-size bronze Crowley garden feature.  Not ol’ Spouty, Clive, surely not ol’ Spouty... 😭 

BTW - Do you know if Russian brides stole this site’s Private Messaging service?  On the subject, please e-mail me (rtctne at gmail dot com).  I have something for you. Mmmm.

P.S.  Fair enough, If, in the increasingly unlikely scenario of reaching the soluble 31, I’ll pick a name at random (I am open to bribes). If only a few had shown a little bit more willingness to participate, eh? 🙄


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31/01/2020 10:32 pm  
Posted by: @therealrtc

and let’s not forget Clive.  One sniff of the solution and he offloads all his books, including his life-size bronze Crowley garden feature.  Not ol’ Spouty, Clive, surely not ol’ Spouty... 😭 

Do you know Clive? Have you spoken to him about why he is selling much of his collection? Because if not, then I suggest you rein in your self-serving crap.

As a matter of fact, Clive is not selling "all" his books. I know this because one of his books - Achad's Anatomy of the Body of God - is something which I have coveted for many years, but to my chagrin he is not selling it. My guess is that he is merely pruning, and will at the end of the process still have, for instance, several different variants etc of for instance The Book of Thoth.

 


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31/01/2020 10:36 pm  

@michael-staley - So, he's keeping at least one of his  life-size bronze Crowley garden features.  Ol’ Spouty will live to spout another day - Phew.

BTW - Can I sign you up for the great solution reveal?  You're currently worth double points. 🤤 

 


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31/01/2020 11:01 pm  
Posted by: @therealrtc

Can I sign you up for the great solution reveal?

No.


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31/01/2020 11:04 pm  

@michael-staley - "No" -Not even for triple points?

BTW - You can pick up a copy of Achad's Anatomy of the Body of God on eBay for less than a tenner - Bonus, or what! 🤗 


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31/01/2020 11:31 pm  

The other day I've been browsing books on the internet and found this gem. I am not an American, I've just found the whole blurb for the S. E. Strang's book hilarious, & it's inspired me to write a blurb for the upcoming Mr. Cole's book. Please, no hard feelings; it's all the cosmic joke, right? And add me, please, as the negative 2, I agree with @threefold31.

Now showing

Stephen E. Strang - God, Trump, and the 2020 Election: Why He Must Win and What's at Stake for Christians if He Loses

What's at stake in this election?

EVERYTHING.

In 2016 God raised up Donald Trump to lead America at a pivotal time. Evangelicals who recognized this backed him more than any other presidential candidate in history. Heading into 2020, the stakes in his reelection are even higher. This election, nine months after this book releases, is a new fight for the soul of America. Stephen E. Strang makes the case that God wants America to be great because God has raised up America—beginning with our Founding Fathers—to be a beacon of light and hope for the world. We've been the nation with religious liberty that has supported those who have spread the gospel around the world.

compare with

Richard T. Cole - 666, Sex and the New Aeon of Horus

What's at stake in the solving the mystery beyond mystery?

EVERYTHING, and even more than everything.

“The solution inherently exposes a fatal conflict with Crowley’s published account. (Think Iceberg & Titanic, or nuclear power & Chernobyl). The solution is incidental with respect to its catastrophic impact on the whole picture.”

In 2019 Mr. Cole has solved the unsolvable cipher in the Liber AL vel Legis, chapter II, verse 76. He had barely survived this ordeal, and thanks to his superhuman powers he has regained his mental abilities, now developed beyond the imagination. Faced with the terrible solution, Mr. Cole has decided to share his revelation with mere mortals, and thus he has written this book. He makes the case that He Himself, the almighty Magus, wants the universe to be great because He has raised the consciousness up to the unfragmentary non-atomic fact—beginning with our Founding Father—to be a beacon of light and hope for the universe. He's been the person, from the very beginning of His birth, with the ultimate religious liberty that has supported Himself who has spread an unquestionable truth around the world.

“I seek the historical truth.” (Richard T. Cole)

 

Coming soon: the Horus Toy™


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31/01/2020 11:35 pm  
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You can pick up a copy of Achad's Anatomy of the Body of God on eBay for less than a tenner - Bonus, or what! 🤗 

Yes, I know, thanks. I already have the Weiser edition from I think 1969. However, my only flaw is a love of fine editions, and the first edition of Anatomy is lovely.

I'll explain at some length tomorrow why I'm not ululating "Show me" with the best of 'em. It's been an arduous week.


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01/02/2020 4:01 am  

@Jamiebarter

No it was the only thing worth absorbing.

The so called code.  Is it merely a  Crowleyan booby-trap by which one is tested on the temptation to become a regressive and obsessive idiot?  Not that that would be a accurate description of anyone involved in this thread.


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01/02/2020 9:49 am  
Posted by: @dom

The so called code.  Is it merely a  Crowleyan booby-trap by which one is tested on the temptation to become a regressive and obsessive idiot?  Not that that would be a accurate description of anyone involved in this thread.

No, I don't think it is. Some people are attracted by puzzles, the more obscure the better. That doesn't make them "regressive and obsessive" idiots: they are simply attracted by something that doesn't interest you.


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01/02/2020 5:21 pm  
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That doesn't make them "regressive and obsessive" idiots

I prefer "aggressive and insensitive" idiots, but it doesn't really matter what big words one uses when putting down the other guys who don't share one's personal outlook or interests.


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02/02/2020 3:08 pm  

60 days...


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02/02/2020 4:46 pm  

Note, Ignant has a daily prayer- wheel discipline-thing going on here. 


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02/02/2020 5:34 pm  

More ritual taunting, in the countdown to... nothing (sixty-one the Jews call it) being released on April 1.

RTC is nothing if not consistent in his failure to come through with the goods, and wolf-crying.


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02/02/2020 7:46 pm  
Posted by: @dom

Note, Ignant has a daily prayer- wheel discipline-thing going on here. 

This is good. Somebody has to be the tyler, matching promises against dates, counting the daze. Somebody needs to keep the wheel on track ... to prevent wobbling ... of which there's been an awful big lot of here recently.

 


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03/02/2020 12:37 pm  

59 days ...

 


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03/02/2020 3:40 pm  
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Posted by: @dom

Note, Ignant has a daily prayer- wheel discipline-thing going on here. 

This is good. Somebody has to be the tyler, matching promises against dates, counting the daze. Somebody needs to keep the wheel on track ... to prevent wobbling ... of which there's been an awful big lot of here recently.

 

I appreciate these proper observations....lol....Yes Ignant666's countdown might prove to be the best part of this thread....

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04/02/2020 11:51 am  

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