January 23 (Heru-Ra-Ha) Liber L., Cap. III, v. 35-37

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January 23 (Heru-Ra-Ha) Liber L., Cap. III, v. 35-37

Postby GabrielO » Sat Jan 23, 2016 10:17 am

35. The half of the word of Heru-ra-ha, called Hoor-pa-kraat and Ra-Hoor-Khut.
36. Then said the prophet unto the God:
37. I adore thee in the song —
I am the Lord of Thebes, and I/ The inspired forth-speaker of Mentu;/ For me unveils the veilèd sky/ The self-slain Ankh-af-na-khonsu/ Whose words are truth. I invoke, I greet/ Thy presence, O Ra-Hoor-Khuit!
Unity uttermost showed!/ I adore the might of Thy breath,/ Supreme and terrible God,/ Who makest the gods and death/ To tremble before Thee:—/ I, I adore thee!
Appear on the throne of Ra!/ Open the ways of the Khu!/ Lighten the ways of the Ka!/ The ways of the Khabs run through/ To stir me or still me!/ Aum! let it fill me!
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Re: January 23 (Heru-Ra-Ha) Liber L., Cap. III, v. 35-37

Postby GabrielO » Thu Jan 28, 2016 1:11 am

Many of these recent verses are very familiar to Thelemites and even recent events. The passive and active forms embedded in Heru-Ra-Ha are detailed and the adorations are given. Beginning with Unity we adore the aspects of that Unity, its breath, its appearance, and the manner of its manifestation - basically all manners of expression. The Light infuses and diffuses. It does what is necessary at any given time and ultimate fills us so that it can be given unto all life from the abundance of its existence. Never ending and with no beginning flowing for eternity.
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