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Jim Eshelman wrote:One of our Chiefs has documented that Crowley didn't find it at Boulak. it had been in the Cairo Museum since 1903. And the CM was, indeed, a hort waplk frlm where the Crowleys were staying.
Jim Eshelman wrote:If that changes, the safety (or, at least, its public availability) could be in peril.
There is never a 'trump' to play in Philosophy... it's a temporary game.
In case someone is thinking of contacting officials in Egypt, I discourage it. The government has little or no idea of its importance to us. If that changes, the safety (or, at least, its public availability) could be in peril. I encourage very low profile attention.
Cygnus wrote:Was there ever any news on where it went to?
10. Get the stele of revealing itself; set it in thy secret temple -- and that temple is already aright disposed -- & it shall be your Kiblah for ever. It shall not fade, but miraculous colour shall come back to it day after day. Close it in locked glass for a proof to the world.
11. This shall be your only proof. I forbid argument. Conquer! That is enough. ...
Edward Mason wrote:Maybe the writer at alt.magick was nuts...?
According to one Edfu local, once a year the priests set the statue of
Horus in a solar boat and carried it to the roof of the temple to bathe it
in sunlight. Seems a similar motif to Waite's six of swords.
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