The Book of Wine.
Starry Soul wrote:93, LIBER LIBERI
I'm going to have to go back and look at what I'd already published in Pearls,
etc. Yes, this pure Latin, pure elegant find has been in the private catalogue for decades and I thought I would have included it in the public one. In any case, thanks for mentioning it.
In case I have mentioned them before, a few other 93s are:
AL VEL LEGIS - Titles of The Book of the Law
LUNA MATER - "The Moon is the Mother"
MULETUM - Amulet
OMNIA AB UNO - All from one
PROBATOR - Supporter, backer, approver
REGULUS - “The little king;” etc.
Yes, the notariqon of Vi Verum Vniversum Vivus Vici
(which, itself, is 348). A favorite link to this in 95 is Pertinax,
literally "persevering, unyielding," and particularly relevant in Liber VII
Isn't the original spelling in Dee Coronzon?
(I'm going from memory. I'm going from memory - the ch
was from Crowley's transliteration into Hebrew. That would back it off to 104, which has numerous important words and phrases, most of them utterly ironic.
134, LIBER L. VEL LEGIS
Yes, that's in the catalogue. Hard to believe I didn't publish it. 134 is also ensis manui meae,
one way of saying, "a sword in my hand."