Charge in consecration of the Wand: opposite of Will?

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Charge in consecration of the Wand: opposite of Will?

Postby bdc » Sat Jul 16, 2016 10:45 am

In the scan of the Consecration Ritual for Elemental Weapons in In The Continuum Vol. III No. 6, the page containing the charge for the Wand is missing, and the introduction notes that "each main idea contains its opposite as a necessary element to fulfill the basic principle."

Any thoughts on what the opposite to Will and/or Wisdom might be, to be included in such a charge?

(As an example, the one for the Air Dagger goes [including Unity as the opposite]: "Before Thee, all ye Mighty Ones of the realm of Air, I present this Dagger, a material symbol of my own Self-conscious Reason. It is written, 'For I am divided for love's sake, for the chance of union. This is the creation of the world, that the pain of division is as nothing, and the joy of dissolution all.' Yet, 'Also reason is a lie; for there is a factor infinite and unknown.'
Thereby, in the offering of this tool unto Thee, Most High, for thy consecration, do I as well recognize myself as thine own winged thought. With thine aid let my reasoning be acute and clear; and its name shall be Unity, beneath that Light of Ineffable Beauty whereby all is sanctified and illuminated.")
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