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RE: Good dictionary?

this link is better than the one I posted:/p>

1 year ago
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RE: Good dictionary?

Would I still need a book on etymology? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. the Online Etymology Dictionary is an excellent resource

1 year ago
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RE: Non-dual Concepts within Thelema

sangewanchuck56 wrote: "Aleister Crowley tells us that the division of fifty into 6 is 0.12. He also tells us, directly, that this is the same as ...

1 year ago
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RE: Non-dual Concepts within Thelema

@chucky: "Both of those statements "I don't avoid the..." and "I think the claim is nonsense" are inherently contradictory, because if you already k...

1 year ago
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RE: Crowley and his discrepancies

Wow. My apologies if I've highjacked the thread, but I haven't lost my Center.

1 year ago
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RE: Crowley and his discrepancies

@sangewanchuck56 If you remove all the "I"'s from the shit do you end up with ShT? "Bowels" in poetry can refer to something other than the colon ...

1 year ago
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RE: Crowley and his discrepancies

I think it's ambiguous. If the letter is "p", then why isn't the loop on the right of the letter closed? If the letter is "h", why is there such a lon...

1 year ago
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RE: Christianity and Thelema

"And further going at it, let's put the trump card on the table: Jesus was not called Jesus. If my memory is intact, the Angel said, "And you shall ca...

2 years ago
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RE: Crowley Books?

I've got the one that was published in 2007 by Red Wheel/Weiser and it has sewn binding as well.

2 years ago
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RE: Stele of Revealing: Identifying the Details

Here's a photo of the original (?) from the Red Wheel/Weiser 2006 edition of Liber ABA: Here's a photo of a small replica that I have. It's funn...

2 years ago
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RE: From Russia with Love under Will: mysterious 1930s AMORC chart in Cyrillic script

The Bard of Avon is rolling in the aisles, or, Brush up your Baked Spears. I'll see myself out.

2 years ago
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RE: Stele of Revealing: Identifying the Details

it might be related to what the sailors say when their captain directs them to steer the ship toward lemuria

2 years ago
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RE: Aleister Crowley's Entry in a Children's Encyclopedia

Of course; I had forgotten that Randall Gair was Aleister Ataturk's given name.

2 years ago
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RE: Aleister Crowley's Entry in a Children's Encyclopedia

Randall Gair (or Randall Gair Crowley) is one of Crowley's children whom I hadn't heard of until just now (in Martin Booth's biography A Magick Life)....

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RE: Dream Machines by Steven Connor

Here's a link to some information about Brion Gysin's Dreammachine, a rotating metal cylinder with cut-out holes and a light source in the middle whic...

2 years ago
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RE: Be ready for Coronavirus

And, of course, there's this, reported on the mainstream propaganda site CNN: President Donald Trump contradicted a rare on-the-record statemen...

2 years ago
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RE: Wanted: Dark Doorway of the Beast

I think Duck was referring to the poet Arthur Rimbaud's so-called "systematic derangement of the senses" as a way to transcend mundane consciousness a...

2 years ago
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RE: Be ready for Coronavirus

For reference, here are some screenshots of the front page of Rense.com:

2 years ago
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RE: Be ready for Coronavirus

I'm confused. Drink piss if I want to utilize stem cells? Is that what I said? What do Crowley's methods have to do with any of this? How is that ...

2 years ago
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RE: Be ready for Coronavirus

The questions I asked about stem cell research? Or the one about what you think "the mark of the beast, 666" means? It sounds dystopian, but, again,...

2 years ago
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RE: Be ready for Coronavirus

Got a link? If you've got verifiable info outside of mainstream publications I'll wager that I'm not the only person interested in seeing it.

2 years ago
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RE: Be ready for Coronavirus

What do you think "the mark of the beast, 666" means? Would you care to present credible evidence that "Covid-19 was made in a lab"? Or explain...

2 years ago
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RE: Be ready for Coronavirus

I concur -- The Gateway Pundit is trash. Following the trackback to the posted article the original source is the tabloid newspaper The Daily Mail, an...

2 years ago
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RE: "This Line Drawn is a Key"

It's the letters that are intersected by the drawn line, not the number of rows that the line crosses, right? What's the justification for enume...

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RE: "This Line Drawn is a Key"

Is it clear that the person who expounds upon the meaning of II:76 (in general, I don't mean to specifically refer to anyone who posts in the thread) ...

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RE: Egyptian mythology in 16 illustrations

Isn't there some agreement that the various myths of Egypt went through recension after recension, and that Set (or Seth) is one of the most mysteriou...

2 years ago
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RE: Confessions of AC - notes and discussion

When did you first read confessions? In the late eighties after I graduated (somehow) from a college on the East Coast and was drawn to it in a book...

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RE: A feast for the three days of the writing of the Book of the Law.

@wellreadwellbred: Perhaps "written by the same hand" isn't synonymous with "received from the same being".

2 years ago
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RE: Various II:76 Cipher solutions...

Here's a lecture that touches on many interesting parallels of the Yezidi beliefs and Thelema:

3 years ago
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RE: Is that really a "G" in "ALGMOR"?

The notes to Liber Trigrammaton in the Windram notebook aren't the same as the ones published in the commentaries (and on the COTO website, hermetic.c...

3 years ago
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RE: Is that really a "G" in "ALGMOR"?

I remember that Jim Eshelman points out again and again that the English Alphabet "mappings" are not part of the Class A text. But the published comme...

3 years ago
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RE: Is that really a "G" in "ALGMOR"?

@shiva: If you take a look at the Windram notebook I think you will see that the notes to Liber Trigrammaton are letters of the English alphabet, one ...

3 years ago
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RE: Is that really a "G" in "ALGMOR"?

1. The Windram note clearly demonstrates that, on at least one occasion, AC used the "serif" version of the letter G. 2. The letters in the Liber Legi...

3 years ago
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RE: Is that really a "G" in "ALGMOR"?

For reference: 1. Windram notebook, excerpt from Liber Trigrammaton 2. Holograph manuscript, excerpt:

3 years ago
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RE: Thelemic or pagan alternative of the Middle Pillar

@azizsahar I know there's a version where the names NUIT, AIWASS, RA-HOOR-KHUIT, HADIT and BABALON-THERION (instead of the traditional Hebrew names) a...

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RE: Our Favourite Music

John Zorn is one of my favorite composers and musicians. Even before his work began to explore esoteric, magickal and Thelemic themes he was ground-br...

3 years ago
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RE: The Inauguration of Aleister Crowley’s New Aeon of Horus

Wait - if the toy works, then, perhaps, instead of RTC telling us what it is, or how it works, he could show us what it can do... a demonstration of i...

3 years ago
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RE: Does "sex magick" work?

I think that the quotation that I gave may actually be referring to AC's working with the Abramelin demon Belial; the previous operation it mentioned ...

3 years ago
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RE: Does "sex magick" work?

Yes. Interestingly, the introduction to that edition of the Goetia states that In 1924 E.V. Crowley conducted further magical operations with the spir...

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RE: Does "sex magick" work?

@dom Crowley drew pictures of many Goetic spirits that he worked with; some (all?) of these are included in this edition of the "Goetia book". He and ...

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RE: Our Favourite Music

guys guys what about the timeless classics of yorn i present to you The Shaggs namaste and library paste pax nabiscum (Peace and Crackers!)

3 years ago
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RE: The number 333

@hermitas: "Despite Choronzon’s own tallying of his name to 333 in the 10th Aethyr, we must not take the later (probably 1925) commentary note to this...

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RE: Banned Mormon Cartoon

Pretty sure that video isn't made by Mormons and doesn't reflect their actual beliefs, but then again I watched less than a minute of it before confir...

3 years ago
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RE: Egyptological aspects of Thelema

Shiva: “And let Asar be with Isa …” (Isa is Isis). I thought that Isa is Jesus (Isa is the Arabic word meaning "Jesus"), and the Egyptian word for Is...

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RE: The Lesser Key of Solomon

I know that this edition:is a good one and v. affordable in paperback.

3 years ago
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RE: Zhuan Falun (Turning The Law Wheel)

The book looks interesting; thanks for providing it.

3 years ago
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RE: Spring birds

I remember a non-apocryphal (?) anecdote to the effect that when there were some highly obnoxious people bothering the Throbbing Gristle crew they tur...

3 years ago
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RE: Solar-Phallic Forelock?

surely all that extra effort would have the opposite effect – how many freely available seconds is it going to take to need to shave your head every d...

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