A variety of commentaries by Crowley on many Class A Documents. The Commentary for Liber LXV encompasses the means to invoke one’s Guardian Angel. Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. Aleister Crowley’s Commentary on Liber LXV, the Book of the Heart Girt With a Serpent, was written in Aleister Crowley began his Commentary on The Book of the Heart Girt with a Serpent, Liber LXV, in order to clarify the dense symbolism for his advanced.
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We must go beyond individual or partial images to attempt to perceive that unified Light or Truth beyond all differences. The lesson is both interpersonal and personal. You must be logged-in commentaryy reply to this topic. Norma N joy Conquest. Leave a Commentry Cancel reply Enter your comment here We must not rest contented in any one particular image or color of Truth, but we must instead go beyond all partial images.
Parables are succinct stories in prose or verse that illustrate a lesson of some sort. The same goes for Truth as reflected into different religions, philosophies, and individuals across the globe and throughout history.
We find the invariable corruption sneaking in to politics, religion, and commercial business. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. August 9, at 1: That is, although the Light is one, each individual will only see the Light in a certain way.
Liber Tzaddi – Liber LXV THE BOOK OF THE HEART GIRT WITH A SERPENT |
Email required Address never made public. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! To the adept, seeing all these things from above, there seems nothing to choose between Buddha and Mohammed, between Atheism and Theism. A common idea in Thelema is that there is unity, but it is always expressed in a duality or multiplicity. Therefore do ye fret yourselves because of this.
Commentary to Liber LXV
I who am the Image of an Image say this. August 9, at 6: Introduction Parables are succinct stories in prose or verse that illustrate a lesson of some sort. Thereupon the healthy portion of it retired from the field and continued their benevolent work in secrecy, while the remaining portion became diseased and disrupted, and ccommentary or later died disgraced and profaned.
In this multi-sectioned essay I therefore wish to attempt to explain the meaning of several parables found within Liber LXV. Debate not of the image, saying Beyond!
The Parables and Lessons of Liber LXV (part 1) | IAO
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The Commentary on Liber LXV
We see that, because the colours are many, one writes in a certain way while another writes in a completely different way. The idea is that one must aspire to the highest understanding of Truth in a pure and steadfast way, which was already mentioned in connection to the line from Liber Porta Lucis sub figura X.
Each individual should not be satisfied liberr their unique perception of the Light, i.
Be not contented with the image. For the Spirit ldv departed from them. Whenever that spiritual society manifested itself on the outward plane and appeared in the world, it consisted at its beginning of a few able and enlightened people, forming a nucleus around which others were attracted. Therefore thou writest that which is of mother of emerald, and of lapis-lazuli, and of turquoise, and of alexandrite.
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