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The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Fri Oct 13, 2017 3:29 am

The reading of this will be a little bit hard, but as a true Thelemit you have to learn the spake of Ra-Hoor-Khuit, the O :)

Before we find the one thought of Adonai, we firstly have to crown the wise child. This is Liber-813, the yet unborn, i guess...

A crown for Aleister is a sentence with 12 words. The 12 symbolize the zodiac.

The crown of Liber7 Pan/ Crowley is:
we answered secretly terrible that prophet world from these gold few and

the crown of Liber65, Rose Kelly is
yet again us answered the magister starlight holy my tender let infinite

And now we search the crown of the wise child. First of all you have to know the secret sentence in LXV:
"walk vvvvv boy the break is isis"
Do all "a" out of it:
"wlk vvvvv boy the brek is isis"
value them one lower in the alphabeth:
"vkj uuuuu nx sgd qdj hr hrhr" (boy = anx = nx, the a consume secret)

These are the seven words of the seven chapters. Count the 15 hebrew words in the first chapter, but not the letters (when you count them, he says " a new affirmation the his save nor are seven fire all in", and seven refers to the seven letters...)

By the way, does anyone know the translation of the 15 hebrew words?

The seven solutions of the seven chapters are:

vkj
men the hast unto a the warrior unto of the foam goddess thy hast as none that together above the one
u
the these devouring saw ones i saw thee metal in o figure navel was but of
nx
hath for of universe his his the rested dissolution vvvvv word them rays
sgd
voice thanksgiving is in did and as also all also beautiful having so firmly order he by and crown
qdj
magnitude it time infinite partaketh exempt ashamed of his they but come yea man unto it for and them twelve one
hr
things the winged one father earth wandering might unchanging trinity into his also into twelve
hr
did the qadosh water touch o the the of the was only enterer then be the these the that fool


then on the whole thing cqthc:

cqthc
hast the of word voice in it things unchanging his twelve these

These twelve words symbolize the crown of twelve rays of the wise child.

Put later on the whole thing fool, because you understand, that the fool is never great:

fool
the one but word in crown unto earth his only


And also important is "Mage" of chapter 6:

mage (chapter) 6
the never great the i contract the one things he the earth he hath his might the eight globes trinity things in of his of the subtlety into

The trinity things refers to Liber 27, Liber Trigrammaton, the naught & 26 letters of the alphabeth.


in mage 6, he says what to do with the crown:

1. Contract
hast the of word voice in it things unchanging his twelve these

hst th f wrd vc n t thngs nchngng hs twlv ths
grs sg vqc b m s sgmfr mbgmfmf gr svk sgr

2. put it into Liber OF, Liber 156:
grssgvqcbmssgmfrmbgmfmfgrsvksgr
holy the thy shalt shall be and shall in up give abyss winds of thereof thou them have it our loose the the knowledge of be thy graal then the the verily joy new the and the for be dust for of be ye step arrive but thereof known to unto unto be unto end

You do unto over it and get:

unt-o
loose the end

This refers to the book of lies:
7
ΚΕΦΑΛΗ Ζ
THE DINOSAURS

None are They whose number is Six:5 else were they six indeed.
(....)
(8) O, the last letter of Perdurabo, is Naught.

https://hermetic.com/crowley/libers/lib333


"unt-o" (the child) and "Perduorabo" are synonyms and their Libers are images (Liber7 and Liber 813).

You do in LXV:

loose end
milk life rapture awake o of prophets oceans nay end the crystal art of who and they when utterly darling the love with book is and woman of

After the centaur art, we now solved the crystal art. This is said by the one. The other says:

unt-o (in Lxv)
it o mother storm soul joyous goes thy the cobbler thy o the seeking fool i might i how of holy haven the sittest of serpent o dolphin indite or thee great wait thou awake mighty art the adonai time thou the end universe am of burst o this that i of the thou there the drive heights locks ye still be in cheeks thou sleep on these bennu arise let art isis sore that at death thou there altogether upon thy end a my universe of wholly them they prophet thou wandered kohl ivory the dust thee tender with ye o pour of shall garlanded madness time the amen

tender ivory
of dissolved hast my thou the scent the with plastered enamels of of didst whips unspeakable

But the one Thought of Adonai you get with "time the amen"..
And with "time the amen", you start to continue to write the story of everbody, who tries to solve the riddle... So lets see:

time amen
the water o lord of the everlasting

lord everlasting
explore and a time of even

.... hmmm, I, too, loose the end.... but i think, the next words were "will come".

will come
darling withal come nay hither destroyed the no at the universe shall brine your through you be through ones evil streets hast ivory way mouthed didst with cried luminous my

So the one thought of Adonai or the last words of the Master could be:
the water, o lord, of the everlasting explore and a time of even will come, darling, withal come nay! hither destroyed the no at the! universe shall brine. your through, you be through ones evil streets. hast ivory way mouthed, didst with, cried luminous my...

no nay
did is end runner nay


And be careful, when you do this thing over and over again, because of the warning in LXV:
V/63: But the chosen ones drank thereof, and became even as my Lord, my beautiful, my desirable one. There is no wine like unto this wine.


A Propos, the three crowns, i would solve in that way:

(Rose) yet again us answered the magister starlight holy my tender let infinite
(Aleister) we answered secretly terrible that prophet world from these gold few and
(Unborn) hast the of word voice in it things unchanging his twelve these

I would take voice without ice and the world "gold" and ask the master, if he can deceive me again, and make me believe, I can find the solution without a speck... And the master would probably say:
"I vo gold"
(vo gold)
could thou art verbum remember the thy shrill dust with

At the end, I have to wait for the "Unborn", the "Unto/Druid/Wise Child", because only he knows, if my my solution is right^^
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:45 pm

It is so strange to explain the riddle :lol:
Here is the rest, some of it could be true, but who knows...

I name it Liber 67:
A possible will of Khaled Khan
(Heart of the master)

The riddle in Liber 813 / 6:

hr
things the winged one father earth wandering might unchanging trinity into his also into twelve

is solved with Liber 370. So the three Magicians are:

LiberX (vvvv) who explains the right system,
Liber 813, the Wise Child,
Liber 370, in there is the way written in "A-Language" (the normal language). OAK = 15+1+11= 27 is the symbol of Liber Trigrammaton.

The whole solution of the three crowns

yet again us answered the magister starlight holy my tender let infinite
we answered secretly terrible that prophet world from these gold few and
hast the of word voice in it things unchanging his twelve these

is vo-gold in all three Libers:

vo gold 65,7,813

65
there woman i of image trample thou glory is a her encamp word naught the of beaten cemented deeds

7
could thou art verbum remember the thy shrill dust with

813
a

(Dust with a means, to rewrite his Libers... The go-at becomes a go-a and the T=20=XX, the judgement, is naught...)

The trinity is the symbol of a Man (Pan in the midst) and the night-sky (Rose/Nuit) is above him, and the earth (the Unborn, 813) is under his feet.

the "I of image trample" is the solution of the forecasted chapters 6 in Liber7 & Liber813 and what you have to do there (put iacchus on it, see my posts)

The Unborn is the A, and the earth, which is more obvious in

mage 6
the never great the i contract the one things he the earth he hath his might the eight globes trinity things in of his of the subtlety into


The eight globes trinity things are also the eight Elements of the I-Ching. And there the book now refers to...

So you put
dust a

In His I Ching (https://hermetic.com/crowley/libers/lib216) and get:

a retreat wedlock toad win boy them under sincerity flaw may not is suggestive be secure is eye

This is a new way of reading the I-Ching: Take an island and a word and ask the I-Ching. All "Signs" in the barren words should be read as the whole Hexagram and the advice is the sentence you got.

So if I wanna know, how Aleister did this riddle, I start this question with "dust-a?" (see solutions crowns) and get my answer:

A(leister) retreat: "we'd-lock toad win, boy. Them under&sincerity (is, act (=hadit) - king confirm). Flaw? May not, is suggestive... be secure, is (&) eye (blind)...

hadit & king
the post may, the ...

By the way, in Legis is hadit-king:

hadit king
my number the and me have nothing and for law and the world thou king for ever hoor are my to find forest purple flaming them ye at and against on the in day kings ever the there lifted beggar his garment there hide a length of be long the be burnt yet until place fever from woman snake king poured to mystical


So this new "reading" of the I Ching is named "snake-king" by Hadit.

And this last sentence of Liber813:
that returned unto one and beyond one even unto the vision of the fool in his folly that chanted the word ararita and beyond the word and the fool yea beyond the word and the fool

Is this deed in my solution:
time amen
the water o lord of the everlasting

lord everlasting
explore and a time of even


.... hmmm, I, too, loose the end.... but i think, the next words were "will come".

will come
darling withal come nay hither destroyed the no at the universe shall brine your through you be through ones evil streets hast ivory way mouthed didst with cried luminous my


The meaning of "ararita" is "arrive/come/will come"

and "nay" is the river, given to the scribe, see Liber65.
(The scribe was wroth thereat. He spake:
O Adonai and my master, I have borne the inkhorn and the pen without pay, in order that I might search this river of Amrit, and sail thereon as one of ye. This I demand for my fee, that I partake of the echo of your kisses.
(And immediately it was granted unto him.)
(Nay; but not therewith was he content. By an infinite abasement unto shame did he strive. Then a voice:)


And the seventh seal of 813 is: "So I

hr
did the qadosh water touch. o the the. of (=if) the was only enterer, then be the these-the-that fool."

So this was the power of Aleister Crowley... He made me say the words "Will come", although he didn't write them. And this was the summon on high, from his Lord Adonai.
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Hermitas » Thu Oct 19, 2017 10:53 am

Many are not satisfied with something so subjective.
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Sat Oct 21, 2017 12:13 am

Hermitas wrote:Many are not satisfied with something so subjective.


I didn't make the riddle, dude, I just try to solve it...

And when you really want to solve the riddle, you have to understand every single sentence in his Libers in pub. A.
And if you do that, you are "black" (See Liber 65), because you know also the (secret) "barren words" written by Aleister, in which the Libers and many "Beetles" (small hints) in his other Libers refers...

Anyway, there are visibly two, who know the-this-of-that (& where the secret barren words are), Me and Aleister, so its not subjective anymore... Because a "Subjective point of view" is always just the point of view of one person :wink:

A Propos, "ONE" has three letters.... That was probably also a reason (!!!), why he made three Magicians in his Tarot...
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Takamba » Sat Oct 21, 2017 6:46 am

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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Sun Oct 22, 2017 10:46 am

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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Hermitas » Sun Nov 05, 2017 6:14 pm

I

D33d

A77

D33z

577vff5

2,2

mang.


And so did that guy, and this woman, and hir too.

But not this one or that other one.

So...
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Tue Nov 07, 2017 4:38 am

I would translate this so:
Hermitas wrote:[ctr]I D33d A77 D33z

I deed all deeds,
Hermitas wrote: 577vff5 2,2 mang.

577vff5 Be, Be mang.

looks like a secret... but the solution of Aleister is not in it... I checked that^^

Hermitas wrote:And so did that guy, and this woman, and hir too.

"We" just want to build an order, an believe in the power of "our" God 418...

Okay, the "mystical" Aeon has past away...
Now I will check, if Aleister is right... Let's see, if his Liber65 are true...

The member "seekinghga" is now the master of the temple... I have given him the secret words...

And I am the scribe and found nothing in the river "nay"... I tried all the Gods I adore, and sacrificed them in the Nay and none of my Gods can speak my language, they only stutter...
So I demand by you, See-king-hga to show me the right river, that I can partake and be one of those of "Wise"...

Hermitas wrote:But not this one or that other one.

So...
[/quote]

The Bridge of the other secret is very strange. I can say, it is mathematical not true, so false, but it is possible and used by Maths to find the primes, the secret towers of the numbers.
(All this refers to the smooth point of his libers)
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Hermitas » Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:32 am

"I did all these stuffs too, man." --with a little Scarface accent and artistic license to help the flow of it. That was all.

I did all this stuff too, man. And so have others. But not all others.

So... I don't know what to tell you.
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Takamba » Tue Nov 07, 2017 6:21 pm

Hermitas wrote:"I did all these stuffs too, man." --with a little Scarface accent and artistic license to help the flow of it. That was all.

I did all this stuff too, man. And so have others. But not all others.

So... I don't know what to tell you.


Fush yoo!

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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:14 pm

Hermitas wrote:"I did all these stuffs too, man." --with a little Scarface accent and artistic license to help the flow of it. That was all.

I did all this stuff too, man. And so have others. But not all others.

So... I don't know what to tell you.

[QUOTE]
[Frank-html="Liber10"] We shall bring you to Absolute Truth, Absolute Light, Absolute Bliss.
Many adepts throughout the ages have sought to do this; but their words have been perverted by their successors, and again and again the Veil has fallen upon the Holy of Holies. [/Frank-html]

Okay, I try my best:
Liber Nihillis-Logic
NL e NL

0. (NL element NL)
1. propositional logic
2. C := "Ex falso quodlibet"
3. C := A (o) B (Operation (mathematics))
4. C := True
5. C := yea

not (yea) := All textes written - without- the textes written by Aleister Crowley!

So: not (yea) = not true = false.

Reason: (R = Set (mathematics) R <=> Russell's paradox <=> i = i+1)

Aleister Crowley (element) texts of Aleister Crowley
AND(logic)
Aleister Crowley (not-element) texts of Aleister Crowley

<=> True <=> Hadit Riddle...

Now you understand 8)
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:26 pm

Takamba wrote:
Hermitas wrote:"I did all these stuffs too, man." --with a little Scarface accent and artistic license to help the flow of it. That was all.

I did all this stuff too, man. And so have others. But not all others.

So... I don't know what to tell you.


Fush yoo!

:booze:

We therefore who are without the chains of ignorance, look closely into the heart of the seeker and lead him by the path which is best suited to his nature unto the ultimate end of all things, the supreme realization, the Life which abideth in Light, yea, the Life which abideth in Light.

(Liber10 = LiberX)
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Frater AOV » Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:39 pm

93,

Asisa these posts bring me endless joy

Please continue to shed these pearls of wisdom like so much sweat on the brow of the Holy One that us mere mortals may partake of the influence of the highest.

These revelations have been of unparalleled utility in my life and your straightforward, easy to understand explanations are a boon to all whose eyeballs light upon them.

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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Fri Nov 10, 2017 5:24 pm

Frater AOV wrote:93,

Asisa these posts bring me endless joy

Please continue to shed these pearls of wisdom like so much sweat on the brow of the Holy One that us mere mortals may partake of the influence of the highest.

These revelations have been of unparalleled utility in my life and your straightforward, easy to understand explanations are a boon to all whose eyeballs light upon them.

93 93/93

Thx, Buddy^^
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Sat Nov 11, 2017 8:14 am

Asisa wrote:
Hermitas wrote:"I did all these stuffs too, man." --with a little Scarface accent and artistic license to help the flow of it. That was all.

I did all this stuff too, man. And so have others. But not all others.

So... I don't know what to tell you.

[Frank-html="Liber10"] We shall bring you to Absolute Truth, Absolute Light, Absolute Bliss.
Many adepts throughout the ages have sought to do this; but their words have been perverted by their successors, and again and again the Veil has fallen upon the Holy of Holies. [/Frank-html]

Okay, I try my best:
Liber Nihillis-Logic
NL e NL

0. (NL element NL)
1. propositional logic
2. C := "Ex falso quodlibet"
3. C := A (o) B (Operation (mathematics))
4. C := True
5. C := yea

not (yea) := All textes written - without- the textes written by Aleister Crowley!

So: not (yea) = not true = false.

Reason: (R = Set (mathematics) R <=> Russell's paradox <=> i = i+1)

Aleister Crowley (element) texts of Aleister Crowley
AND(logic)
Aleister Crowley (not-element) texts of Aleister Crowley

<=> True <=> Hadit Riddle...

Now you understand 8)

So... My Libers are an Image of Aleister's Libers, because they "say" things, but they don't stutter...

Liber Nihillis-Logic says:
(def. Nihillis-Logic := NL e NL <==> x e x <=> True)

Aleister Crowley (element) texts of Aleister Crowley <=> true

Aleister Crowley (not-element) texts of Aleister Crowley <=> false
=> not (Aleister Crowley (not-element) texts of Aleister Crowley) <=> true
=> Aleister Crowley (element) texts of Aleister Crowley <=> true

So for Nihillis, it is true that:
Aleister Crowley (element) texts of Aleister Crowley

with the definition of :
not (yea) := All textes written - without- the textes written by Aleister Crowley!

You can part all Entities, who can write in Aleister and the Rest and make the Differenz in:

Aleister Crowley (element) texts of Aleister Crowley (is true)
Rest (not element) texts of Rest (is false)

Because:
R={x : x (not-element) x} then R e R <=> R not-e R

when
Rest <=> False <=> not (yea) <=> not C

follows, that they believe that:
C := "Ex falso quodlibet" is false, and that is logical very very interesting, my dear Nihillis^^
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Sat Nov 11, 2017 4:23 pm

So who can solve Liber "write me":

Nihil fit sine causa <=> Quid pro Quo <=>
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAVrjX3nguQ

is Felicity Jones &
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGbxmsDFVnE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8QYUgO-tZo
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Sun Nov 12, 2017 6:59 am

Frater AOV wrote:93,

Asisa these posts bring me endless joy

Please continue to shed these pearls of wisdom like so much sweat on the brow of the Holy One that us mere mortals may partake of the influence of the highest.

These revelations have been of unparalleled utility in my life and your straightforward, easy to understand explanations are a boon to all whose eyeballs light upon them.

93 93/93

Mit NL e NL

like so much sweat on the brow of the Holy One <=> 9. Ours is the elevenfold reading of the Elevenfold word. (element) Liber Pan

=> these posts bring me endless (e e e)^^
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:29 am

None, breathed the light, faint & færy, of the stars, and two.
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.
For these fools of men and their woes care not thou at all! They feel little; what is, is balanced by weak joys; but ye are my chosen ones.

Source Lost :shock:

For all e (element) Libers Asisa,
do
e := Leighton Meester
end

Set Set ={x : x=R, R <=> Empty Set} <=> "all elements in Li-ber Asisa equal R"
Proof: (Aehhhhm... Hae?) => Liber AHA of Aleister Crowley
So Lua = Luna is true! == Keira Knightley

This is a great Story too... Hmmm, How would I start this One?
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:03 am

Asisa wrote:None, breathed the light, faint & færy, of the stars, and two.
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.
For these fools of men and their woes care not thou at all! They feel little; what is, is balanced by weak joys; but ye are my chosen ones.

Source Lost :shock:

For all e (element) Libers Asisa,
do
e := Leighton Meester
end

Set Set ={x : x=R, R <=> Empty Set} <=> "all elements in Li-ber Asisa equal R"
Proof: (Aehhhhm... Hae?) => Liber AHA of Aleister Crowley
So Lua = Luna is true! == Keira Knightley

This is a great Story too... Hmmm, How would I start this One?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsHR77oQKEY
AND
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jil22M_EISU
IS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J75EN8kVaUs

So OR(logic) =^(set randomly)^= Collin Farell
is equal NONSENSE equal ros in 7th Pan
and rejo-ice rejo-ice on the barren words
for the the The (The = Solution)
of VII =/= 7 =/ 52 = ros
and x=/= aeon anymore
The solution must be found percicely
on ____________________,
- I think-
(Here you can write in your name, n-e BLOOD)
To make a Pact with the Nameless God in Liber X
Who is 9=I, the opposite of Pandorra,
Which is Billy in Grey's Anatomie <=> Meredith


Okay, I Try that:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SKtTkxh0jo....


Don't Now, if you can Put here:
Billy (e) Meredith AND Billy (n-e) Meredith,

But I don't know if it fits for a Paradies of Billy, so...
https://youtu.be/19Fq-JD_xY4?t=607
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:26 am

Set Set ={x : x=R, R <=> Empty Set} <=> "all elements in Li-ber Asisa equal R"
Proof: (Aehhhhm... Hae?) => Liber AHA of Aleister Crowley
So Lua = Luna is true! == Keira Knightley

If that means, that
Keira Knightley <=> NAND,
It would be amazing.... really amazing.... for Keira.... -i think-

So
Set Set = NAND
true true = NAND

And now you see it... This is true... Ufff.... How Amazing for Keira....

(R:Relation:Russell:is True)

So it is just a Opinion of me, Asisa, that I am As Sa(==Keira)

This can only be proofed by Keira herself,
because I am False (e) Asisa Logic....

in Short:
I AM NOT KEIRA....

AND(logic) i can proof that :?
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Wed Nov 15, 2017 1:21 pm

Hermitas wrote:"I did all these stuffs too, man." --with a little Scarface accent and artistic license to help the flow of it. That was all.

I did all this stuff too, man. And so have others. But not all others.

So... I don't know what to tell you.

Done!

Now what shall we do next?

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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Hermitas » Wed Nov 15, 2017 1:37 pm

Asisa wrote:Done!

Now what shall we do next?


The board is relatively silent these days. Danica has been faithfully providing material for meditation in the Thelemic Tefilah section. I noticed you posted there yesterday.

How about posting your thoughts on today's meditation? You know, without all the usual formula. Just... what comes to you in meditation on the verses?

Or what do you want to talk about besides the thing that no one else understands like you do? I mean, if you want some honest interaction.

But please do feel free to continue to work on your own magical goals privately.
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Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Wed Nov 15, 2017 2:48 pm

Hermitas wrote:
Asisa wrote:Or what do you want to talk about besides the thing that no one else understands like you do? I mean, if you want some honest interaction.
:? :!:

Asisa means this:
https://youtu.be/wCc2v7izk8w?t=91

I tryed to define my Vocabulary in here... I cant understand "Jewy", because :shock:

:? Harrison Ford == Reality (e) Asisa: That means: "We are home, Asisa^^")

:lol: (Insider with Aleister...)


:roll: Okay, Logic is not really difficult:
Sokrates says, Asisa is in the same set like me!

So:
My Name is _______________________ and I call the Set:_________________

and get: Asisa is true AND Sokrates is true AND "This all is True", so...

Asisa?
:roll: Set Set :={x: x=Set, Set == Philosophie} :D
Asisa
 

Re: The one thought of Adonai in Liber 65

Postby Asisa » Wed Nov 15, 2017 8:24 pm

Asisa wrote:A possible will of Khaled Khan
(Heart of the master)

65
there woman i of image trample thou glory is a her encamp word naught the of beaten cemented deeds

7
could thou art verbum remember the thy shrill dust with

813
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In His I Ching (https://hermetic.com/crowley/libers/lib216) and get:

hadit & king
the post may, the ...

By the way, in Legis is hadit-king:

hadit king
my number the and me have nothing and for law and the world thou king for ever hoor are my to find forest purple flaming them ye at and against on the in day kings ever the there lifted beggar his garment there hide a length of be long the be burnt yet until place fever from woman snake king poured to mystical

:shock: :?
time amen
the water o lord of the everlasting

lord everlasting
explore and a time of even
:D

The meaning of "ararita" is "arrive/come/will come"

and "nay" is the river, given to the scribe, see Liber65.

So this was the power of Aleister Crowley... He made me say the words "Will come", although he didn't write them. And this was the summon on high, from his Lord Adonai.
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