1 February (Heru-Ra-Ha) Liber CCXX, 3:55-56

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1 February (Heru-Ra-Ha) Liber CCXX, 3:55-56

Postby Jim Eshelman » Wed Feb 01, 2012 5:45 am

(v. 200) 55. Let Mary inviolate be torn upon wheels: for her sake let all chaste women be utterly despised among you!
(v. 201) 56. Also for beauty's sake and love's!
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Re: 1 February (Heru-Ra-Ha) Liber CCXX, 3:55-56

Postby Jim Eshelman » Wed Feb 01, 2012 5:51 am

Aiwass wrote:(v. 200) 55. Let Mary inviolate be torn upon wheels: for her sake let all chaste women be utterly despised among you!
(v. 201) 56. Also for beauty's sake and love's!

The ten verses numbered 46-55 correspond, in the model I am using, to the letter Resh, The Sun; and this present set climaxes (at v. 55) with the 200th verse of the entire Book. The interpenetrating force is sunlight, and everything that it symbolically means.

(Note that, within this set of ten verses, the Jesus verse corresponded to Tiphereth; Mohammed to Netzach, where he belongs; multiple Eastern systems plus the mysterious Din, the name of a Mercurial Spirit, to Hod; the intervention of the redemptive sunlight of “Bahlasti! Ompehda!” to Yesod, reflecting the Sun; and Mary-Marah-Malkah to Malkuth. This occurs in verse 55, the Mystic Number of Malkuth. Mary in Malkuth and Jesus in Tiphereth — what better could you want?)

It is the inviolate Mary that is to be torn. Her closed off, antisexual image is an assault, it being but an image of the black veil of restriction and denial. (The exoteric doctrine of the “virgin birth” is one religion’s way of continuing the persecution, controlling, and restriction of women by invoking shame upon unmarried mothers - unless, of course, God did it!) The Book even seems to imply that it is not Mary’s real image; that the implied disgrace (literally, dis-grace) of so-called “chastity” is an error. For its destruction is for the sake of beauty, and of love, as verse 56 (Nuit!) meaningfully tells us.

Beauty and love - two sublime attributions of the Holy Guardian Angel. The reality of the experience of that Angel's beauty and love makes clear exactly what is meant by these six verses.
Love is the law, love under will.
Yours in L.V.X.,
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