CCXX wrote:(v. 130) 64. Oh! thou art overcome: we are upon thee; our delight is all over thee: hail! hail: prophet of Nu! prophet of Had! prophet of Ra-Hoor-Khu! Now rejoice! now come in our splendour & rapture! Come in our passionate peace, & write sweet words for the Kings!
The fullness of the experience (in this Malkuth verse): The spiritual ordination and coronation of the Priest-King. The Knowledge & Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel under the imagery of the Thelemic pantheon, the Hexagram represented by the union of Nuit and Hadit.
This is verse 130 of the whole book. 130 is the value of MLK HGAL, “Angel of Redemption.” It is also the value of OIN, the letter name A’ayin, one of the literal meanings of which is “delight.”
“we are upon thee; our delight is all over thee.” This has to be the most loving and wondrous “gotcha!” in all of literature. Once, and once again, is his transcendaent orgasm invoked. Splendor, rapture, and a “passionate peace,” a Pax Profunda
His mission: “write sweet words for the Kings.” (This latter probably also means, “Yes, I know this is fun, but don’t get so caught up in it that you forget to keep taking down this Book of the Law that I'm dictating to you.”)
(v. 131) 65. I am the Master: thou art the Holy Chosen One.
Here is the full Knowledge given to AC of Hadit. It continues and climaxes all of the foregoing.
The verse commences “I am.” It is a verse of Kether, the words of Yechidah, the voice, in a sense, of the Holy Guardian Angel. (It begins the ten verses attributable to Nun, and these verses, 65-74, are a self-contained thought.)
This is verse 65 of the present chapter, and verse 131 of the entire Book. The Speaker is that One known as ADNI (=65), the HGA. It is also Pan (=131).
Yet, the fact that “I and thou” have been differentiated already shows a dropping away from the supreme ecstasy of v. 64.
666, in the N.C., also noted that this is verse 65. He commented, “It seems that He [the HGA] is Hadit [Yechidah or Atman].”
It is in the commentary to this verse, by the way, that 666 remarked, “I have never liked the term ‘higher self’; True Self is more the idea. For each star is the husk of Hadit, unique and conquerer, sublime in His own virtue, independent of hierarchy.”