Liber Liber Lapidis Lazuli Ch. IV, v. 44

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Liber Liber Lapidis Lazuli Ch. IV, v. 44

Postby Eleutherios » Thu Feb 11, 2016 10:33 am

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I was reading Liber VII, and when I came to v. 44 of Chapter IV, I came across the two lines of symbols Crowley gives after "Yea, and the writing...". I found the following commentary (http://thelema.org/publications/books/Liber7.pdf) to the book that lists their meaning in a footnote, but I was wondering where the meaning is found. Did Crowley give a translation himself somewhere, or are the symbols derived from another source? Don't get me wrong, I'm not impugning anyone's interpretation or research, I'm just trying to find out how I would have uncovered the meaning of the symbols without the aforementioned commentary.

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Re: Liber Liber Lapidis Lazuli Ch. IV, v. 44

Postby Jim Eshelman » Thu Feb 11, 2016 2:35 pm

Those are all Crowley's marginalia in his personal copy of Thelema.
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