herupakraath
herupakraath
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RE: Crowley and the Aeon

I was mistaken, relying on memory, the sign in question is F18 in Gardiners sign list, not F22. Champillion is the one who originally assigned sign F1...

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RE: Crowley and the Aeon

I consider myself in the same camp. Or more simply put, there is a probability that internal dialogue will attempt to engage and modify external...

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RE: AC's writings on BOTL supports 395 as II:76 cipher's total value:

True, after Frater AMO provided the letter counts in 1999. I remember you voicing the possibility the counts might be used as a gematria system, but I...

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RE: AC's writings on BOTL supports 395 as II:76 cipher's total value:

Verse II:76 of Liber Legis states that Crowley would never know the meaning of its puzzle, which makes his effort to set standards for the puzzle solu...

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RE: Rose Crowley dictated Liber Legis

There is no evidence the reception of the text involved or depended on Rose, thus demonstrating conjecture on the part of Skinner. If we are to be...

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RE: AC's writings on BOTL supports 395 as II:76 cipher's total value:

A few excerpts from Lashtal threads, none of which originate with me, prove you wrong once again: "Total value of the Cipher is: 143" "Both sets ...

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RE: AC's writings on BOTL supports 395 as II:76 cipher's total value:

Or, as I stated above, by simply multiplying the numbers 1-26. Not untold. Assigning the values 1-26 to the letters of the alphabet randomly using...

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RE: AC's writings on BOTL supports 395 as II:76 cipher's total value:

My original response was rhetorical, and meant to make the point that no matter what gematria equation a system produces, there will be an almost infi...

2 months ago
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RE: AC's writings on BOTL supports 395 as II:76 cipher's total value:

The number of different gematria systems that can be created using the values 1-26 and the English alphabet is figured as 26^26. Out of those, 1 in ev...

2 months ago
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RE: Justice and injustice in Thelema

RLG/Threefold 31 has stated in no uncertain terms on Lashtal that he has solved the II:76 puzzle of Liber Legis, no different than anyone else with a ...

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RE: Justice and injustice in Thelema

"I am the Lord of the Double Wand of Power," says Ra-Hoor-Khuit, the hawk-headed mystical lord that is to be superseded by Hrumachis. Both gods wield ...

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RE: Justice and injustice in Thelema

There is no specific mention of an Aeon of Horus or a Crowned and Conquering Child in Liber Legis; those concepts, like the Aeon of Maat, are an attem...

4 months ago
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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

@threefold31 The Book of Dissolution? Never heard of it.

4 months ago
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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Starfish appear in the shape of both pentagrams and pentagons.

4 months ago
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RE: Moral Nihilism in Thelema

In the preceding verse, III:39, Crowley is instructed to Do this quickly in regard to producing the comment, which he failed to do, having not started...

5 months ago
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RE: Moral Nihilism in Thelema

Crowley can be caught numerous times ignoring plain statements made in verses of Liber Legis that actually contradict his conclusions about a verse. I...

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RE: Why History?

True history requires a written historical record. The oldest evidence of archaic Sanskrit writings dates to only 1500 BCE, bringing them in line with...

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RE: Why History?

It's in the Equinox of The Gods--have you not read the basic material?"All my wife obtained from Him was to command me to do things magically absurd."

6 months ago
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RE: Why History?

The name and synonyms of Krishna have been traced to 1st millennium BCE literature and cults. -- taken from Wikipedia. Your dates are off by over 2000...

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RE: Why History?

Based on what evidence? The two oldest languages are Sumerian and Egyptian, both of which appear at virtually the same time in history.

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RE: Why History?

History is important in providing an objective view of events, and often provides a means of weeding out false claims relating to religion. Many of th...

6 months ago
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RE: Attributing validity to the Tree of Life

Mentu was a god of war worshiped primarily in Thebes, as described in Liber Legis, which casts aspersions on the claims that the gods in the text are ...

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RE: It's time put the fairy-tales down...

It's been interesting observing a group of individuals that for some bizarre reason are attracted to the writings of Aleister Crowley, when they have ...

8 months ago
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RE: It's time put the fairy-tales down...

I'm sure a psychologist would consider your goal of attaining nothing-emptiness, quite (in)sane. You truly are the pot calling the kettle black.

8 months ago
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RE: It's time put the fairy-tales down...

Ad hominem fallacy--attacking the person making the argument, as opposed the argument itself. If you had stated, "you have not demonstrated you are a ...

8 months ago
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RE: It's time put the fairy-tales down...

How so, when the Tri-key gematria system is derived from the same writ, which is not Aiwass' by the way, and used to examine the very writ from which ...

8 months ago
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RE: It's time put the fairy-tales down...

Christ, a word derived from the Greek word Christos, which was quite possibly derived from the Egyptian word KRST, a term used for those that went thr...

8 months ago
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RE: It's time put the fairy-tales down...

The concept of original sin, dualism, repression of the sexual instinct, fear and hatred of anyone that is not a Christian, to name a few.

8 months ago
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RE: It's time put the fairy-tales down...

Theleme as used by Rabelais is the geographical location of his fictional Abbey of Theleme, and not a reference to the biblical application of the wor...

8 months ago
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RE: It's time put the fairy-tales down...

The above statement by Shiva contradicts the verses I quoted, in which other prophets are not only encouraged, but given license by Nuit. I was d...

8 months ago
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RE: Tzaddi is "The Stars"?

@katrice The letters seen on the image posted, predate the association of the Hebrew letters with the Tarot by 400 years or so. Is it not obvious w...

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RE: It's time put the fairy-tales down...

The writ to which you refer actually contradicts your conclusions:Change not as much as the style of a letter; for behold! thou, o prophet, shalt not ...

8 months ago
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RE: Tzaddi is "The Stars"?

I'll add that in order to understand why Tzaddi is not The Star, one must also understand how and why the Empress and the Hierophant are combined to e...

8 months ago
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RE: Tzaddi is "The Stars"?

The first time that I know of was in 1999, during The Holy Cram/Thelemic Cram verse by verse discussions of Liber Legis. It was held using one of the ...

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RE: Tzaddi is "The Stars"?

R. L. Gillis made the same observation over 20 years ago.

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RE: Grant's claim that Heru is the root word of Hero

The most recent reputable Egyptian word source is the Beinlich, but it has to be translated from German into English: hrw: to be satisfied hrw: be ...

9 months ago
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RE: The Numbers Solution

What meaneth this, o prophet? = 143 is the most singularly unique gematria equation I have seen out of many thousands of them. The sentence was signif...

10 months ago
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RE: Rites of the Mummy - K'rla Cell and the Secret Key to Liber AL

Part of the fictional pantheon of H.P. Lovecraft.

10 months ago
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RE: The Numbers Solution

Crowley is named as the chosen priest and apostle of infinite space, as as such, certainly the forces responsible for the text could have also guided ...

10 months ago
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RE: CIPHER 418

I provided a simple formula: the minimum value that a group of letters can equal, subtracted from the maximum value the group can equal, plus one:ABK ...

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RE: Various II:76 Cipher solutions...

Good luck. The chances of my name and location equaling the values as mirrored in the puzzle are 1/23 million, I would assume the numbers are same for...

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RE: The Cover Page (XXXI I)

Digitised and retouched is not modified? An older image, by definition, has to have been already taken, and if the image has been digitized and re...

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RE: Various II:76 Cipher solutions...

Only once? That won't get you in the door, let alone into the room.

11 months ago
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RE: Various II:76 Cipher solutions...

Okay, how about many numbers that are arrived at objectively then, would that constitute proof of something--my question is hypothetical.

11 months ago
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RE: Various II:76 Cipher solutions...

No need, I'll be posting an updated solution soon.

11 months ago
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RE: The Cover Page (XXXI I)

@ignant666 The paragraph you quote is referring to modified photos that someone else has already taken. Original photographs are copyrightable, period...

11 months ago
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RE: The Cover Page (XXXI I)

Not verifiable, but conclusive. If Crowley was aware the enumeration of ThELHMA is 93, he would have had no reason to write it down on the folder as t...

11 months ago
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RE: Various II:76 Cipher solutions...

Ad Hominem is Latin, means "to the person," and applies when a discussion is abruptly changed from the subject being discussed, to one of those involv...

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