9 September (Spirit) Liber LXV, 5:65

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9 September (Spirit) Liber LXV, 5:65

Postby mojorisin44 » Fri Sep 09, 2011 9:49 am

65. So also is the end of the book, and the Lord Adonai is about it on all sides like a Thunderbolt, and a Pylon, and a Snake, and a Phallus, and in the midst thereof he is like the Woman that jetteth out the milk of the stars from her paps; yea, the milk of the stars from her paps.
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Re: 9 September (Spirit) Liber LXV, 5:65

Postby RobertAllen » Fri Sep 09, 2011 10:31 am

65. So also is the end of the book, and the Lord Adonai is about it on all sides like a Thunderbolt, and a Pylon, and a Snake, and a Phallus, and in the midst thereof he is like the Woman that jetteth out the milk of the stars from her paps; yea, the milk of the stars from her paps.

Rather than take the words on their own terms—the images of the letters of the name Adonai suggesting an being present in all forms—I am focusing on the effect the chapter in in conclusion has had on me. In some small measure my face is turned toward the idea of spirit.

It's just an impression, but it is working for me right now:

Spirit moves in the wastes, the desolate places. And this presence makes this wasteland the most desirable, the most beautiful place on earth.

Thank you for the opportunity to pick my way through this labyrinth.

Love and Will
"I remember seeing Atlas looking at a world whose hoops and rings had been broken by Copernicus, where Tycho Brahe placed his back beneath the globe, and a shouting Ptolemy tried to support the round lump, to stop it from falling into the void. In the mean time Copernicus was breaking many crystal spheres that were placed around the globe and was stamping out the little lights that flickered in the crystal jars." (de Hooghe, Hieroglyphica, Amsterdam, 1744)
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