How I solved the seven riddles in Liber Pan

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How I solved the seven riddles in Liber Pan

Postby Asisa » Fri Aug 25, 2017 3:46 am

When you solve LXV with Rose "Kelly" (=65), you know that the first chapter of Pan is solved with Rose. You put "the a because forecasted" on the words and get the first riddle:
afraid death but the thou marble mother before

Then you solve this riddle, you get the next word of the next chapter, (for the second chapter it is "now"), put "the a because forcasted" on it and get the riddle of the third chapter etc...

When you do that, it is a little bit like the beginning of this:

But before you do that, you have to know the "pillars" of the whole riddle, and one of the great pillars is the pillar "i in us" in LXV.
This you put on the last verse with the word nile, which is:
55. But an Ibis that meditated upon the bank of Nile the beautiful god listened and heard. And he laid aside his Ibis ways, and became as a serpent, saying Peradventure in an hundred millions of millions of generations of my children, they shall attain to a drop of the poison of the fang of the Exalted One.

and you get with "i in us" on it:
of he: an fang

this means, of Pan is the whole solution: AN-FANG

This is the holy Guardian Angel :angel: of LXV. with it, you can solve the riddles easy, because knowing now, that the words can be found with this, too.

a = fist chapter of Pan
n = second chapter
f = third chapter
a = 4th chapter
n '=5th chapter
g = 6th chapter

In the verses:

Legis, Nuit:
NOW ye shall know that the chosen priest & apostle of infinite space is the prince-priest the Beast; and in his woman called the Scarlet Woman is all power given. They shall gather my children into their fold: they shall bring the glory of the stars into the hearts of men.

Legis, Hadit
Thou shalt obtain the order & value of the English Alphabet; thou shalt FIND new symbols to attribute them unto.

Legis, Ra-Hoor-Khuit
With my claws I tear OUT the flesh of the Indian and the Buddhist, Mongol and Din.

Liber X
THE many change and pass; the one remains. Even as wood and coal and iron burn up together in one great flame, if only that furnace be of transcendent heat; so in the alembic of this spiritual alchemy, if only the zelator blow sufficiently upon his furnace all the systems of earth are consumed in the One Knowledge.

Liber 156
Yea! verily this is the Truth, this is the Truth, this is the TRUTH. Unto thee shall be granted joy and health and wealth and wisdom when thou art no longer thou.

Libere 156 (of me)
And this is the grace of GOD, that these things should be thus.

So it is:
Now find out the truth, God... (and for the true ones, it is: Rose, now find out the truth, FQC!)

The seven chapters are also solved with:
1. but - Nuit (Legis) / accomplished-space (Legis)
2. hadit king (Legis)
3. distil let (Legis)
4. put "an" on the first verse of the chapter below. (Liber X)
5. search "yea" in Liber 156
6. god (for the ones) and the solution of the "hadit-king" - riddle in Legis
7. us the, spilt i

By the way, if you put god on Pan 7, it would be:
these made the the in pregnant. abyss end! "us" law, spilt i

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