Liber 300 Khabs Am Pekht

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Book: Liber 300 Khabs Am Pekht by Aleister Crowley

Khabs am Pekht. A special instruction for the Promulgation of the Law. This is the first and most important duty of every aspirant of whatever grade. It builds up in him the character and Karma which forms the Spine of Attainment. See also: Equinox III i, p. 171; III x

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Gateway To The City Of Pyramids

Gateway To The City Of Pyramids Cover Within the mystical system of the A.A., after the adept has attained the Knowledge and Conversation of his Holy Guardian Angel, he then might reach the next and last great milestone—the crossing of the Abyss, that great spiritual wilderness of nothingness and dissolution. Choronzon is the dweller there, and his job is to trap the traveler in his meaningless world of illusion.

However, Babalon is just on the other side, beckoning. If the adept gives himself totally to her—the symbol of this act being the pouring of the adept’s blood into her graal—he becomes impregnated in her, then to be reborn as a Master of the Temple and a saint that dwells in the City of the Pyramids. From Crowley's book Magick Without Tears:

[S]he guardeth the Abyss. And in her is a perfect purity of that which is above, yet she is sent as the Redeemer to them that are below. For there is no other way into the Supernal mystery but through her and the Beast on which she rideth.

and from The Vision and the Voice (12th Aethyr):

Let him look upon the cup whose blood is mingled therein, for the wine of the cup is the blood of the saints. Glory unto the Scarlet Woman, Babalon the Mother of Abominations, that rideth upon the Beast, for she hath spilt their blood in every corner of the earth and lo! she hath mingled it in the cup of her whoredom.

She is considered to be a sacred whore because she denies no one, and yet she extracts a great price—the very blood of the adept and his ego-identity as an earthly individual. This aspect of Babalon is described further from the 12th Aethyr:

This is the Mystery of Babylon, the Mother of Abominations, and this is the mystery of her adulteries, for she hath yielded up herself to everything that liveth, and hath become a partaker in its mystery. And because she hath made her self the servant of each, therefore is she become the mistress of all. Not as yet canst thou comprehend her glory.

Beautiful art thou, O Babylon, and desirable, for thou hast given thyself to everything that liveth, and thy weakness hath subdued their strength. For in that union thou didst understand. Therefore art thou called Understanding, O Babylon, Lady of the Night!

The concept contained within this aspect of Babalon is that of the mystical ideal, the quest to become one with All through the annihilation of the earthly ego ("For as thy blood is mingled in the cup of BABALON, so is thine heart the universal heart."). The blood spilling into the graal of Babalon is then used by her to "flood the world with Life and Beauty" (meaning to create Masters of the Temple that are "released" back into the world of men), symbolized by the Crimson Rose of 49 Petals.

In sex magic, the mixture of menstrual blood and semen produced in the sexual act with the Scarlet Woman or Babalon is called the Elixir Rubeus (abbreviated as El. Rub. by Crowley in his magical diaries), and is referred to as the "effluvium of Babalon, the Scarlet Woman, which is the menstruum of the lunar current" by Kenneth Grant.

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The Man Who Put The K In Magick

The Man Who Put The K In Magick Cover There seems to be some confusion as to Crowley's spelling of the word magic. According to Cavendish, the addition of the letter 'k' by Crowley represented the sexual aspects of his magical Studies, the letter 'k' being the first letter of kteis which is the Greek word for female genitalia. However I have been told that reasons for the spelling change were purely numerological by a member of the OTO. Either reason seems likely and acceptable. What is not acceptable is the profusion of words mispelled in some sort of pseudo-appropriation of the power of the word magick. I have noticed several Writers freely using the word 'magickian', which I am willing to tolerate. A reprehensible abuse of this is certainly 'astrologickal' which I believe was repeatedly used in a book published by Llewellyn.

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Superstitions Omens And Beliefs

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"Things happen in three's" THEY REALLY DO!

Handed down through the ages of time are many different superstitions. It may be about a certain Charm or Amulet that you wear to protect, ward off, or attract certain things. Or it may be about every day things like a black cat crossing your path, or walking under a ladder. All these things I will try to show you as I know them. Some of them may sound stupid, some may sound more realistic. You make the ultimate decision on what to believe and what not to. You make your own truth!


ARROW - Symbol of desire and virility.
ARROW HEADS - Worn as an amulet to ward off evil.
BEES - Bearers of goodwill. symbol of virginity.
BELLS - Symbolizes peace and non-violence. Used to ward off evil influences. Legend has it that demons cannot stand the sound of bells.
BALANCE - Symbolizes justice.
BORE - Symbolizes evil according to ancient Thebes.
BROOM - If a broom falls in your home... unwelcome company will come to visit you.
CATS - Cats worn on a broach or amulet bring good luck. A black cat crossing your path is considered bad luck.
CRACKS - Step on a crack, break your mothers back.
CRANE - Symbolic bird of the sun.
CROSS-ROADS - Considered to be the ultimate place to do black magic.
DOG - A dog following you home is a good omen.
DOG HOWLING - A dog howling foretells the death of someone nearby.
DOVE - The emblem of purity. A descending dove represents the Holy Spirit.
DRUMS - Symbols of fertility and sexuality.
EAGLE - Warn as an amulet it wards off harm.
EAGLE FEATHERS - Worn to bring prosperity.
EYE - symbolically represents intelligence and spirituality.
FORK - If a fork falls in your home...welcome company will call.
GARLIC - Worn around the neck wards off vampires.
GOAT - In some cultures it symbolizes the devil.
HAND - Worn as an amulet it protects against evil.
HORSE SHOE - Brings good luck when displayed.
MOON - It is considered bad luck to point at the moon anytime.
MOON ECLIPSE - A bad omen of a foreshadowed evil force prevailing.
METEORITES - Falling to the earth is a good omen. The black stone held sacred by Moslems is thought to be from a meteorite.
MIRRORS - To break a mirror is seven years bad luck.
OWL - A symbol of wisdom.
PALM - Symbolizes victory.
PIG - Good luck talisman for some, others consider it to be bad luck or taboo.
PINE CONE - A powerful protection amulet against evil forces.
PHOENIX - A legendary bird that represents resurrection.
RAINBOW - To see a rainbow is good luck. Legend has it that there is a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow.
RABBITS FOOT - Prosperity and the ultimate good luck.
SALT - Carried to ward off evil.
SHOOTING STAR - When seeing a shooting star if you make a wish it will come true!
SKULL - Used as a warning sign and represents our mortality.
SPIDER - If a spider lands on your clothes it is considered good luck.
THREE'S - Things happen in three's. And they do!
TIKI - A Tiki is a good luck charm when worn.
TOAD - An amulet to protect you from the evil eye.
TRIANGLE - Symbol of life and the Holy Trinity.

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Liber 016 Turris Vel Domus Dei

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Book: Liber 016 Turris Vel Domus Dei by Aleister Crowley

An Instruction for attainment by the direct destruction of thoughts as they arise in the mind. See also: Equinox I vi, p. 9.

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Book 4 Part Ii Magick Elemental Theory

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Book: Book 4 Part Ii Magick Elemental Theory by Aleister Crowley

Part II, "Magick (Elemental Theory)," deals with the accessories of Ceremonial magick in detail. Subjects include: the temple, the magick circle, the altar, the scourge, dagger, and chain, the holy oil, the wand, cup, sword, pentacle, lamp, crown, robe, book, bell, lamen, and the Magick Fire (including the Crucible and incense). This section also includes an "Interlude", which is a humorous exposition on the magical Interpretations of popular nursery rhymes, such as Old Mother Hubbard and Little Bo Peep.

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The Testament Of Magdalen Blair

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Book: The Testament Of Magdalen Blair by Aleister Crowley

"The Testament to Magdalen Blair" is the longer of the three and was originally published in "The Equinox" volume I, no.9 in 1913. It tells the haunting story of a psychic woman who delves into the dying, subconscious psyche of her husband and bears resemblance to Edgar Allan Poe's "Mesmeric Revelation" and "The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar".

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Liber 027 Liber Trigrammaton

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Book: Liber 027 Liber Trigrammaton by Aleister Crowley


The full knowledge of the interpretation of this book is concealed from all. The Practicus must nevertheless acquire a copy and throughly acquaint himself with the contents, and commit them to memory.

"Liber Trigrammaton, being a book of Trigrams of the Mutations of the TAO with the YIN and the YANG.
An account of the cosmic process: corresponding to the stanzas of Dzyan in another system.". Received Dec 14, 1907. See also: The holy Books of Thelema (Equinox III ix)

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Your Duty To All Other Beings And Things

Your Duty To All Other Beings And Things Cover 1. Apply the Law of Thelema to all problems of fitness, use, and development.

It is a violation of the Law of Thelema to abuse the natural qualities of any animal or object by diverting it from its proper function, as determined by consideration of its history and structure. Thus, to train children to perform mental operations, or to practice tasks, for which they are unfitted, is a crime against nature. Similarly, to build houses of rotten material, to adulterate food, to destroy forests, etc., etc., is to offend.

The Law of Thelema is to be applied unflinchingly to decide every question of conduct. The inherent fitness of any thing for any proposed use should be the sole criterion.

Apparent, and sometimes even real, conflict between interests will frequently arise. Such cases are to be decided by the general value of the contending parties in the scale of Nature. Thus, a tree has a right to its life; but a man being more than a tree, he may cut it down for fuel or shelter when need arises. Even so, let him remember that the Law never fails to avenge infractions: as when wanton deforestation has ruined a climate or a soil, or as when the importation of rabbits for a cheap supply of food has created a plague.

Observe that the violation of the Law of Thelema produces cumulative ills. The drain of the agricultural population to big cities, due chiefly to persuading them to abandon their natural ideals, has not only made the country less tolerable to the peasant, but debauched the town. And the error tends to increase in geometrical progression, until a remedy has become almost inconceivable and the whole structure of society is threatened with ruin.

The wise application based on observation and experience of the Law of Thelema is to work in conscious harmony with Evolution. Experiments in creation, involving variation from existing types, are lawful and necessary. Their value is to be judged by their fertility as bearing witness to their harmony with the course of nature towards perfection.

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