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

Dwtw He knows all about where the idea came from, because it originated during a debate between us on the yahoo group called Holycram 20 years ago. ...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw There has been some discussion of the relative merits of a serial gematria of English (i.e., numbered 0-25 or 1-26) as applied to the Cipher. H...

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

Dwtw For the record, the idea of numbering the English alphabet from 1 to 26 with the most common letters in CCXX to the least common was an idea I ...

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RE: AC on BOTL verse numbers?

Dwtw Yes, there is no way to know for sure if the 220 was deliberate. There aren't even verse numbers at all in the first chapter holograph. But, as...

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RE: AC on BOTL verse numbers?

Dwtw AC is saying here that these numbers are significant. The specific total of 220 verses was very likely deliberate, but the number of pages prob...

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

Dwtw Yes, please let's stop it before it gets to page 2 😉 I replied to the other comment in the older thread, so as not to extend this one a...

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

Dwtw Yes, I relied on the quote in my monograph. I'm very familiar with it. Repeating it for me doesn't change the meaning of the words. You have av...

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

Dwtw Please actually read the quote you keep relying on. "the solution, when it is found...will be marked by the most sublime simplicity..." You ...

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

Dwtw Determining how many different gematrias there are that simply enumerate from 1-26 is a matter of combinatorics known as a permutation. It's a ...

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

Dwtw The number 395 is indeed the sum of this concocted word שטאלהימ ShTALHIM. It is also the sum of the Cipher glyphs if one uses the simplistic A=...

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RE: Melchizedek

Dwtw There's a whole separate argument about whether AC ever actually uttered a Word of the Aeon. Thelema is the Word of the Law, but it seems as if...

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RE: Melchizedek

Dwtw If the Word is truly Creative, then it should be the Beginning, not the End of the process. Presumably when one finds their Thelema, that is ...

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RE: Melchizedek

Dwtw Not entirely modest, just MORE modest than overthrowing all previous beliefs and codes 😉 But I see your point... Litlluw O.L.

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RE: Melchizedek

Dwtw A more modest claim, and one more in keeping with the successive Equinoxes as given in Liber AL, is found in One Star in Sight: “The essenti...

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RE: Melchizedek

Dwtw Thanks @katrice for fleshing out that list some more. And @ignant666 is right that most of these aren't even 'words' in the traditional sense...

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RE: Melchizedek

The term "Aeon-enhancing" is not mine. Please also note that Crowley himself wrote that others may utter Words aligned with the Aeon, not every Magus...

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RE: Melchizedek

Dwtw Can you give any examples of this claim, or is this hypothetical? Alternatively, can you give examples of those who claimed to be a Magus and...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw The Circumference of the circle indicated by the Cipher Triangle is ~793. This in turn has an unusual numerical property. As Nichomachus illu...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw I have no idea where you derive such a notion. The word momentum is ultimately related to Time through its Latin root movimentum, a moment, der...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw The various aspects of the solution to the Cipher mentioned in this thread are collected in a single document, available here: The Dis-Soluti...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw There is a minor typo in one of my earlier posts that I want to fix, as it concealed an important aspect of the Cipher. I had accidentally note...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw Some evidence for the timing of Crowley's Aeon of Horus, with regard to the axial precession, can be found in the sidereal alignments that coin...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw Liber 1162 was received 300 days after uttering the Word itself on April 9, 2020. The number 300 = Shin, the letter of the Aeon card. For some ...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw Liber 1162 Litlluw O.L.

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw To veer back to the topic at hand, the peak or summit of a geodesic dome is a pentagon, and the Greek word for 'height' and metaphorically the ...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw The two domes were attached but built separately. As for alignments, the thing with the pentagon is that it doesn't jibe with the old school cr...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw The lot was an irregular pentagon. The center of the french doors that serve as the main entrance were aligned with sunset on the summer solsti...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw The Golden Ratio is alluded to in the Cipher, so it's interesting to explore what implications it might have. The movement of the axial precess...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw As you wish... Litlluw O.L.  100_0220.JPG

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

@shiva Dwtw Since the Golden Ratio is built into all pentagons and pentagrams, then one practical application is building a geodesic dome for a h...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw As echoed in The Book of Dissolution, verse 60: "Tears of joy are the universal solvent. They are the means of dissolution." Litlluw O.L.

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw Another aspect of the geometry of the Cipher Triangle is the circular segments that it indicates, which approximate the Golden Ratio. We normal...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw It was shown that the hypotenuse of the Cipher Triangle hides a very accurate value of Babalon as 156. Dividing by the Golden Ratio, Phi: ~ 252...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw The Arabic abjad alphabet has 28 letters, and the Arabic astronomers assigned them in order to the 28 Lunar mansions. Aldebaran and Antares are...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw The text of verse 2:76 seems to support a sidereal zodiac based on its use of the word ‘follow’. This word appears twice in the verse: “there c...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw I totally agree. But it helps to keep in mind that the idea of a successor Aeon appears in Liber AL, as does the prophesy that Boleskine must b...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

@hadgigegenraum Dwtw I'm well aware of Fr. Achad's pronouncement, and as I have said elsewhere, I think he intuited what was coming, but proclaim...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw Having shown some correlations of Aldebaran with events relating to the Aeon of Horus and the Atomic Age, it is interesting to see it also appe...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw A couple things of interest here. First of all, on April 10, 1904 when the 'war-engine' was mentioned, little J. Robert Oppenheimer was still k...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw The word 'war-engine' is actually 112. And it could refer to more than one thing, as the Adept reaches the four different ordeals of the Book. ...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw You're welcome Shiva. If one is into the Tree of Life planetary spheres template, it is interesting to see these three occasions of nuclear f...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw Here are some further correlations of the star in question with the first three nuclear fission reactions accomplished by human beings. This ma...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

@shiva Dwtw The letter-values are determined by taking Crowley's assignments of English letters to the trigrams, (as noted in his 'Old Commen...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

@hadgigegenraum Dwtw Sounds like fun, dive in! The gematria is standard Trigrammaton Qabalah. Also, I forgot to add with my last post that as...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw I found an online calculator that gives the positions of the Behenian fixed stars for any year from 1800-2100, and there are a couple interesti...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw The star Aldebaran is important for two main reasons: it is one of the brightest stars, and it is almost exactly 180 degrees away from its pair...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw Yesternight, as the Sun was in direct opposition to Pluto, in 27 Cancer and Capricorn, I made the ‘following’ discovery: Using the right tria...

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RE: The Cipher of AL 2:76 and Geometry

Dwtw Since the idea of ‘circumference’ is central to the solution of the Cipher, it is interesting to look at the word itself in the text. If we tak...

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