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mark0987 wrote:I was reading a book called, 'The Serpent Tongue', in which the authors claim to have found the key to the cipher in Liber Legis to develop a system of English Qabalah.
Now I want to know if anyone else has an opinion?
Yes. Hundreds of people have an opinion. Maybe thousands. (And most of them are different opinions.)
BTW, there are multiple threads on this around the forum somewhere.
Mephisto wrote:The English Order:
This is the same format that is used with other Holy Alphabets. It is a simple and elegant system, and harmonious with that of prior Aeons. Albeit, now the Holy Alphabet is English and the others useless. All this babble about ancient "holy books" is rubbish, in the same way that one cannot use the rudimentary physics required to operate a steam engine to power a space probe.
Mephisto wrote:This is the same format that is used with other Holy Alphabets. (...)
Starry Soul wrote:Come on, do you really think it would be that easy?
I was reading a book called, 'The Serpent Tongue', in which the authors claim to have found the key to the cipher in Liber Legis to develop a system of English Qabalah. Now I want to know if anyone else has an opinion? .
mark0987 wrote:And by that I mean anyone with more experience than me.
mark0987 wrote:I personally don't like it. No one knows if the cipher is for the English qabalah, whilst such a system could be developed I believe there would be a lot more 'gematrial connections' than the proposed system
mark0987 wrote:Basically should I just focus on Greek and Hebrew Qabalah? Or should I also explore English qabalah? Or would this be a waste of my time?
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