By Aleister Crowley, Stephen Skinner
This re-creation presents diaries which consolidate Crowleys works and should supply new information on his works and importance to the twentieth century. those entire diaries hide his complete occupation in magic as much as his demise in 1947 and may be thought of definitive works for any drawn to Crowleys lifestyles and ideology.
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Crowley' s first published play. n The Confessions. n The adoration of the midnight sun. Crowley practiced four adorations of the sun daily at dawn . sunset. noon and midnight. the details of which are laid out in Liber CC Resh Vel Helios. published in Magick in Theory and Practice. ,. See The Magical Record of the Beast 666, edited John Symonds and Kenneth Grant. Duckworth. London. 1972. 24 11 May-2 June pathological weakness-in all people who refuse to analyse the sexual problem. m. Will go to sleep with Ethyl, turning my thoughts simply and sacredly towards Aiwass 55 'without lust of result'.
The goddess of infinite space and the god of the om nipresent point. They are both unmanifest. but in conjunction they become Ra-Hoor-Khuit. father of gods. a unity which includes and heads all things . His female counterpart is Hoor-Paar- Kraat. These originally Egyptian concepts form a central part of the doctrines of the Book oJ the LUII'. lOb There is a marginal note in Crowley's hand. 'correct'. 101 Norman Mudd. 108 A marginal note by Crowley added at a later date. 109 Four with Eye in it turns upside down and suggests a cock.
It must therefore obviously be part of the postulate of infinity that mere mUltiplication of a finite does not produce an infinite. But also notice this infinite process of multiplying must be equally unable to produce an infinite. Therefore you can't get to an infinite anyhow, either on the one supposition or the other. When I say this infinite process of multiplying, I mean this analysis in which, having shewn that any apparently single perception involves a large number of diverse factors, each of those factors must be similarly resolvable.