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Lashtalreader
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05/01/2010 1:01 am  

Does anybody know what Crowley material is available in the Finnish language?
I know there is a Book of the Law, but what else? Specifically I am looking for "The Vision and the Voice"


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 Anonymous
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05/01/2010 6:25 am  

93 Lashtalreader,

I also have "Kahdeksan luentoa joogasta" and "Avain salomon avaimeen" besides "Lain Kirja." Both are awesome translations. Highly recommended.
See www.thelema.fi for ordering or for example www.athanaton.fi. Unfortunately I havent seen TVatV translated.

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Lashtalreader
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05/01/2010 7:10 pm  

Thanks, does that DuQuette book really contain the Goetic invocations in Finnish? (I'd only be interested in the book for that material so would not order unless I knew that it was there.)


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05/01/2010 9:12 pm  

The books available in http://www.thelema.fi are the only official Finnish titles, I think.

There are some translations here as well:

http://www.netlife.fi/~herne/oto/kaannos.htm

But no The Vision and the Voice, for example.

Just like with any other books, I'd advice you to read in the original language if you know it enough...


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Lashtalreader
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05/01/2010 10:19 pm  

That helps, thanks! 😀


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Lashtalreader
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05/01/2010 10:20 pm  

Still wondering if I should bother with the book by Mr. DuQuette, since I'd only be after the Finnish versions of the Goetic invocations, if they're in there.


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06/01/2010 5:52 am  

Still wondering if I should bother with the book by Mr. DuQuette, since I'd only be after the Finnish versions of the Goetic invocations, if they're in there.

They are. In the end of the book there are all the 72 seals and descriptions on the Goetic Spirits, and all the theory connected to the Invocations and the practical side of the Goetia is included to the book very well.

ps. you may imagine my surprise, when I found that book from the history-side of the local bookshop...

I did one translation to the 1. part of the Liber LXV and I can share it with you if you are willing to read it, I believe I have it still somewhere there. No guarantee on the quality though,haha, but at least the one and only feedback from it was positive. We also were trying to translate Hymn to Pan into finnish with a friend of mine earlier, with varying results.

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Lashtalreader
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11/01/2010 9:30 pm  

Part one of LXV?

Sure! I'd definitely be interested in checking out your translation.


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12/01/2010 1:39 pm  

Part one of LXV? Sure! I'd definitely be interested in checking out your translation.

Okay. Lets continue with private messages. I`ll send it to you for example by e-mail.

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