22 October (Luna) Liber VII, 6:41-51

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22 October (Luna) Liber VII, 6:41-51

Postby Jim Eshelman » Sat Oct 22, 2011 10:46 am

41. We shall be full of cup-bearers, and the wine is not stinted.
42. O dear my God! what a feast Thou hast provided.
43. Behold the lights and the flowers and the maidens!
44. Taste of the wines and the cates and the splendid meats!
45. Breathe in the perfumes and the clouds of little gods like wood-nymphs that inhabit the nostrils!
46. Feel with your whole body the glorious smoothness of the marble coolth and the generous warmth of the sun and the slaves!
47. Let the Invisible inform all the devouring Light of its disruptive vigour!
48. Yea! all the world is split apart, as an old grey tree by the lightning!
49. Come, O ye gods, and let us feast.
50. Thou, O my darling, O my ceaseless Sparrow-God, my delight, my desire, my deceiver, come Thou and chirp at my right hand!
51. This was the tale of the memory of Al A'in the priest; yea, of Al A'in the priest.
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Re: 22 October (Luna) Liber VII, 6:41-51

Postby Jim Eshelman » Sat Oct 22, 2011 10:50 am

Liber VII, Cap. 6 wrote:47. Let the Invisible inform all the devouring Light of its disruptive vigour!

Wow!
Love is the law, love under will.
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Re: 22 October (Luna) Liber VII, 6:41-51

Postby RobertAllen » Mon Oct 24, 2011 5:03 pm

All light is one...

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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