Little Essays Toward Truth

Little Essays Toward Truth The Mind of the Father riding on the subtle guiders which glitter with the inflexible tracings of relentless fire. – ZOROASTER  Man Trance Memory Energy Sorrow Knowledge Wonder Understanding Beatitude Chastity Laughter Silence Indifference Love Mastery Truth Glossary Man | Trance | Memory | Energy |…

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Khabs am Pekht

Liber CCC Khabs am Pekht A∴A∴ Publication in Class E An epistle of Therion 9°=2□, a Magus of A∴A∴, to His Son, being an Instruction in a matter of all importance, to wit, the means to be taken to extend the Dominion of the Law of Thelema throughout the whole…

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Liber Librae

0. Learn first— Oh thou who aspirest unto our ancient Order!— that Equilibrium is the basis of the Work. If thou thyself hast not a sure foundation, whereon wilt thou stand to direct the forces of Nature? 1. Know then, that as man is born into this world amidst the Darkness of…

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Seven Sermons to the Dead

VII Sermones ad Mortuos (Seven Sermons to the Dead) C.G. Jung, 1916 (Translation by Stephan A. Hoeller, © 1982) Seven exhortations to the dead, written by Basilides of Alexandria, the city where East and West meet. First Sermon | Second Sermon | Third Sermon | Fourth Sermon | Fifth Sermon | Sixth Sermon | Seventh Sermon The First Sermon The dead came back…

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The Gospel of Thomas

The Gospel of Thomas

The Gospel of Thomas – Translated by Marvin Meyer These are the hidden sayings that the living Yeshua spoke and Yehuda Toma the twin recorded. (1) And he said, Whoever discovers what these sayings mean will not taste death. (2) Yeshua said, Seek and do not stop seeking until you…

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Thunder, Perfect Mind

Thunder Perfect Mind

Thunder, Perfect Mind – Translated by George W. MacRae I was sent forth from the power, and I have come to those who reflect upon me, and I have been found among those who seek after me. Look upon me, you who reflect upon me, and you hearers, hear me.…

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Crowley On Magick

Please Note: Crowley On Magick is an excerpt from the Castle Books of New York 1929 edition of Magick In Theory And Practice Part III of Book Four by The Master Therion (Aleister Crowley) INTRODUCTION Esseai athanatos theos, ambrotos, oyk eti thnétos Pythagoras. “Magic is the Highest, most Absolute, and most…

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Duty

DUTY A note on the chief rules of practical conduct to be observed by those who accept the Law of Thelema. “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.” “There is no law beyond Do what thou wilt.” “[…] thou hast no right but to do thy…

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