Ararita: Gedulah or Netzach?

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Ararita: Gedulah or Netzach?

Postby Zalthos » Fri Apr 20, 2012 12:08 am

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

I'm really curious about this. Liber Ararita has always been, and may always be, one of my favorite things that Crowley ever wrote.

EDIT: Content deleted for simplification's sake; see post below.

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Re: Ararita: Gedulah or Netzach?

Postby Zalthos » Fri Apr 20, 2012 2:57 am

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law,

I just realized that it is only the case on the Tree of Life with Coptic Attributions and Magical Formulae in the back of the copy of Liber ABA ('94 Weiser, Editor's Notes, Figure 43) that I have where Ararita not attributed to Netzach but to Chesed.

Its my own mistake, and I have been foolish enough to take Liber Ararita as a Chesed text while continuing to revisit the aforementioned diagram without consulting 777 along side it.

My apologies for posting this here without first doing more thorough research. Still, if you know anything about this particular topic (assuming there's much of a topic to be had), I'm all ears...

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