Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
Luce wrote: I could do a hell of a lot of damage to the text if I added a few well-placed commas (I can give examples if you want). Maybe I'm misunderstanding what you're trying to say.
Will that "further you in the Great Work"? If so, do it unto the ages!!
That's my opinion and that's what I said before and that's worth nothing. If one is Restricted by grammar, how will they ever overcome the Restriction of their own Ego? Liber AL is like an instruction manual for free-flowing Will. If it can not give needed Instruction at any given juncture, that would make it a pretty shitty Manual. Anon, anon, c'est la vie
. "Coming through ordeals" may
be the attainment of states-of-perspective. Maybe.
Love is the law, love under will.
Who cares what I say? That's the point. Get unattached to opinion. May it become like little zephyrs floating by and not molesting your attention unwanted.
" thy Mind, whose rule is Necessity rather than Prejudice."
- Aleister Crowley, "Liber Aleph"
It's in your forum signature, gerry.
And yes, Crowley's use of Capitalization in "Liber Aleph" IS
"And they that read the book and debated thereon passed into the desolate land of Barren Words. And they that sealed up the book into their blood were the chosen of Adonai, and the Thought of Adonai was a Word and a Deed; and they abode in the Land that the far-off travellers call Naught."
- LXV 5:59