... if he look but close into the word.
I have a copy of the original manuscript that Crowley wrote in his handwriting. I don't know if you've seen it but the word Thelema in Greek actually contains a 'code'.
Firstly the Theta has a long line running at an angle with a triangle at its top.
Secondly he writes the eta as a gamma.
Now, in mathematics theta represents an angle so the line with the triangle makes sense.
We have the phrase 'Man of the Earth'...
The Greek word in Crowley's manuscript can be converted into numbers... it produces coordinates.
The line on the theta runs from West to North so the coordinates are North and then West.
The numbers are:
5 30 3 40 1
We learn later that 'he is neither from East nor West' so the 0 we use as a divider to represent the Greenwich meridian.
The coordinates are:
53N 0 34 01W
which is in Lincolnshire. It's a field in the middle of rural Eastern England - Hermit, Man of Earth.
This (or close by) is the location of whomever everyone is waiting for.
If you look at Crowley's hand writing and read the Thelema as English you get 'De lynx'... Lincolnshire is abbreviated to Lincs so 'From Lincolnshire'. The sounds of the word are comparable to 'Delinquents'... who 'do what they wilt'. If we stick with 'De Lincs' then we can be called Thelemites.
There. I've completed the equation!
Crowley gives us one more clue: the word "Earth" is written with four horizontal lines on the E. They are train tracks and resemble the sign we use in the UK for a railway station. There is one close by to the coordinates in the village of Ancaster which ties in with the 'An'gle of the Theta.
And guess what comes next?
Yep, that's where I live - about 100m from the station.
Do what thou wilt.