January 17 (Heru-Ra-Ha) Liber L., Cap. III, v. 18-20

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January 17 (Heru-Ra-Ha) Liber L., Cap. III, v. 18-20

Postby GabrielO » Sun Jan 17, 2016 10:02 am

18. Mercy let be off: damn them who pity! Kill and torture; spare not; be upon them!
19. That stélé they shall call the Abomination of Desolation; count well its name, & it shall be to you as 718.
20. Why? Because of the fall of Because, that he is not there again.
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Re: January 17 (Heru-Ra-Ha) Liber L., Cap. III, v. 18-20

Postby GabrielO » Wed Jan 20, 2016 12:06 am

The verses in this chapter have the feeling of being dictated with exhilaration and climax (sexual and/or otherwise). It is certainly neither of the past two chapters, but that which is born from their union. There is no room for anything aside from the unity of one's Will and its continual expression. There is no reason in this or intellectual circles of logic - this would just get one stuck in a loop. There is only a continual expression of divinity and this may, on the outside, not manifest as what others see as beauty, but nonetheless it may be the expression of it for an individual.
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