amadan-De
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RE: PHONEY ADMIN

You should initiate a demarcation dispute.Everyone knows that you're the only one qualified 'to accuse anyone else of misunderstanding "the principles...

10 years ago
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RE: LIBER OZ - still relevant after all these years ?

"jamie barter" wrote: I also agree at heart with both quotations [Proudhon and Goldman], although they seem to be trying to over simplify a...

10 years ago
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RE: LIBER OZ - still relevant after all these years ?

"jamie barter" wrote: The alternative to [subjugation to a totalitarian authority] is freeform personal anarchy – or the law of the jungle ...

10 years ago
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RE: L.A.Y.L.A.H.

Fantastic. And a very generous description of method and use.

10 years ago
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RE: Loch Ness monster

How do they account for the first mention of a Loch Ness water-beast being in the 6th Century?Maybe AC's actions at Boleskine were truly timeless?

10 years ago
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RE: The Gnostic Mass & Catholic Church (E.G.C.)

Did some people really "not get" ignant666's gentle leg-pull?It was almost literally spelt out (hint, Reply #11)*headsplode*

10 years ago
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RE: How zombies have shambled their way into the mainstream

Seabrook didn't coin the word zombie, it's recorded at least as early as 1871 in etymological dictionaries.

10 years ago
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RE: LIBER OZ - still relevant after all these years ?

"Los" wrote: "Aleister Crowley" wrote: Experts will immediately be appointed to work out, when need arises, the details of the...

10 years ago
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RE: The authority of the Prophet versus the authority of the scholar

Ah, consistent "in all his power", "William Blake" wrote: In chains of the mind locked up, Like fetters of ice shrinking together, ...

10 years ago
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RE: Reading Circle: Beelzebub and the Beast

"jamie barter" wrote: Less apparent is why the Gurdjieffian website itself should refer to it as “an irregular six-sided figure”. Um, bec...

10 years ago
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RE: AG Muller Thoth Tarot in German - Where to find?

Thank you threefold31, that was exactly what I wanted to hear.It sounds like the reviews on Amazon are incorrect based on over familiarity with the pr...

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RE: AG Muller Thoth Tarot in German - Where to find?

Oh yes, another of the systemic problems with amazon, the clumping of reviews onto several different version of the same product.Guess I'll have to ta...

11 years ago
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RE: AG Muller Thoth Tarot in German - Where to find?

Ah. Incorrect I am afraid Markus. Look again at the "Produktinformation".Your link:br>Has Geschenkartikel: 152 SeitenVerlag: Königsfurt Urania (1. A...

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RE: Reading Circle: Beelzebub and the Beast

You are of course correct that that is a somewhat speculative comment Mr Staley. It does read as if the speculation is more over when exactly the pre...

11 years ago
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RE: Reading Circle: Beelzebub and the Beast

"jamie barter" wrote: Relevant remarks by David between pages 148 and 151 are as follows [bold emphasis mine]:"The Enneagram – a symbol com...

11 years ago
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RE: AG Muller Thoth Tarot in German - Where to find?

This is pretty confusing (and disappointing as an accurate high quality reproduction would be worth owning as an Art object alone).In the original sto...

11 years ago
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RE: 'Kill me' or 'Fill me' - The Debate

While I have no horse in this race, I was struck by something that may be of interest.In his third document HB says, "Tuat, or Duaut or Duat, is the E...

11 years ago
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RE: The Mystery of the Letters and the Tree of Life

"Azidonis" wrote: "abn53" wrote: please expand your suggestions....provide more detail. Not quite sure what you are suggestin...

11 years ago
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RE: Card Carrying Caliphate

But that's just what _They_ want you to think it means Az.(Whomsoever _They_ are).((If _They_ even are in the first place)).Re. jamie's question about...

11 years ago
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RE: Card Carrying Caliphate

"jamie barter" wrote: Yes there were later mutations of this joke/ card too, in the “Pope” direction… Later? I'd always thought the Pop...

11 years ago
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RE: Card Carrying Caliphate

Close Los, but it's just a Pope not 'Discordian Pope' and the excommunicate bit is later 'lore' that doesn't appear on the card.See hereRAW had more t...

11 years ago
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RE: Romola Garai's Baftas childbirth gag had me in stitches

Postscript:Took the bus after my last post, to fill the rucksack up with staples.Bill came to - £23.96 (96 = 32x3 of course). Dammit, that number's ...

11 years ago
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RE: Romola Garai's Baftas childbirth gag had me in stitches

*flutter*ahahah ha a a "jamie barter" wrote: But where did Burroughs get that impression from – was it all subjective appreciation on his p...

11 years ago
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RE: Romola Garai's Baftas childbirth gag had me in stitches

"jamie barter" wrote: Does anyone know where this ‘myth’ comes from? Bill Burroughs is credited with noticing the possible strangeness su...

11 years ago
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RE: 'Kill me!' or 'Fill me!' - Merged threads

"Shiva" wrote: 18 For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things,...

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RE: DIY Monster Makers: Arkham Studios' Bryan Moore

Ha. I was just going to say that I would do that if none of the aggrieved victims did.Great minds and fools eh? (he said foolishly).

11 years ago
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RE: DIY Monster Makers: Arkham Studios' Bryan Moore

Amazed that no one here has simply put that link to the relevant thread in the comments for that article.For more irritation, this from Mr Moore's Blo...

11 years ago
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RE: Folk surprise - Anaïs Mitchell is hauntingly compelling in Child Ballads

OK. Just confusing labelling. I thought you'd found some Crowleyian connection to Anaïs Mitchell from the thread title. (With more confusion from the...

11 years ago
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RE: 'Kill me!' or 'Fill me!' - Merged threads

Well, this is just the gift that keeps giving.Mr Breeze says "I believe" and "I think" a lot in his preamble to making a definitive statement. I see ...

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RE: Folk surprise - Anaïs Mitchell is hauntingly compelling in Child Ballads

Ouch. Bit misleading there Paul. (You do read these stories don't you? Or are you operating a web-crawler that simply pulls out Crowley references, ...

11 years ago
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RE: 'Kill me!' or 'Fill me!' - Merged threads

*cough*"à l'ombre" translates roughly as "in the shade", "au corps" as "in body" - making "fill" a closer reading...(This is going to run and run and ...

11 years ago
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RE: Thelema, Atheism, and Naturalism

Phasers set on tickle.A few fast hostages to fortune (because it's fun not fighting). "Los" wrote: ....all because NDEs and such are fairly...

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RE: 'Kill me!' or 'Fill me!' - Merged threads

This is all fascinating.However, "belmurru" wrote: The phrase "run through" might have suggested to Crowley the imagery of being run throu...

11 years ago
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RE: Exempt Adept Thesis?

Hi Azidonis,Working to a deadline so not watching the video right now...From what you quote Dr Taylor makes three contradictory statements - hemispher...

11 years ago
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RE: Exempt Adept Thesis?

"jamie barter" wrote: "Azidonis" wrote: At any rate, another video for all to see and possibly discuss: Jill Bolte Taylor's st...

11 years ago
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RE: Carlyon Paranormal Research group - Aleisters Spectre

Oh. Kevin Carlyon...... No printable comment.

11 years ago
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RE: Ouroboros

"dillanh" wrote: Also that one link about alchemy is pretty heavy.It'll be hard to decode anything applicable to daily life.Other than simp...

11 years ago
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RE: Ouroboros

Alchemy you say?See Chapter 4 here, though you probably shouldn't simply read it in isolation. That website has so much good stuff on it that you can...

11 years ago
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RE: Crowley and his discrepancies

A new book from Mr Cole is always a nice thing - I look forward to reading it.I find it a little amusing that during this discussion of the possibilit...

11 years ago
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RE: The Stele in the Museum in Cairo

Heh. Nice 'stealth edit' Az 😉

11 years ago
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RE: Aghori ritual in Varanasi

"ayino" wrote: I have actually watched this documentary few years back. It was, in my opinion, rather "mild" documentary about the Aghori s...

11 years ago
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RE: The Stele in the Museum in Cairo

Oh yes. It's always a good idea to not appear too kooky, especially when dealing with bureaucracy. There are plenty of plausible reasons for wanting...

11 years ago
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RE: The Stele in the Museum in Cairo

"ptoner" wrote: Can anyone actually confirm where it is? Regardless of the information Los has provided above, which seems completely sen...

11 years ago
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RE: Aghori ritual in Varanasi

Oh well - this video is not viewable in the UK apparently as it was shown on Channel 5 2 years ago.....Still, if you are interested in a view from wit...

11 years ago
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RE: Killing Joke

It's not published yet. ;)Believe it when it's in my hands.(If this one was written between 2007-2008 whatever happened to the original book he's been...

11 years ago
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RE: John Cleese Carefully Considers Your Futile Comments

"gabriel7" wrote: I am afraid. Nevertheless, I continue. I continue to live and love.I don't disbelieve in the existence of the subhuman an...

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RE: Thelema Abbey Temple: an ongoing event.

Don't rely on summaries, find the text (it's probably out there somewhere as a 'virtual' book if you can't find an actual copy) and read it. You migh...

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RE: Thelema Abbey Temple: an ongoing event.

"gabriel7" wrote: Essentially my position is that the creation of virtual worlds is how our own universe began, and that we are essentially...

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RE: John Cleese Carefully Considers Your Futile Comments

Heh. Interesting.That'll be the 'episcopal' residence of the Archbish? 😉 'Papal' = pertaining to the Pope, different breed of prelate, best not to m...

11 years ago
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RE: Alan Moore - First record release and an older interview

Nice clips.Brief clarification though - this is Mr Moore's "first-ever record for the [Occupy Movement]" not his first-ever record, which was I belie...

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