The Libri of Aleister Crowley is a list of texts mostly written or adapted by Aleister Crowley. VII, 7, A, Liber Liberi vel Lapidis Lazuli, Adumbratio Kabbalæ Ægypt sub figura VII, — Crowley: ‘being the Voluntary Emancipation of a certain Exempt . Aleister Crowley, the founder of Thelema, designated his works as belonging to one of several Liber VII: Liber Liberi vel Lapidis Lazuli—These are the Birth Words of a Master of the Temple. Its 7 Chapters are referred to the 7 Planets in the. LIBER LIBERI VEL LAPIDIS LAZULI. ADYMBRATIO KABBALAE AEGYPTIORUM. SUB FIGURA VII. Being the Voluntary Emancipation of a certain Exempt Adept.
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Resolve me the wonder of it all into the figure of a gaunt swift camel striding over the sand. I invoke Thee no more; for Thou art in me, O Thou who hast made me a beautiful instrument tuned to Thy rapture. Let there be nothing! This Path is beyond Life and Death; it is also beyond Love; but that ye know not, for ye know not Love.
Thou in the midst!
Liber Liberi vel Lapidis Lazuli – The Order of Thelemic Knights
And the fish shall be sacrificed to Thee and the strong man crucified for Me, and Thou and I will kiss, and atone for the wrong of the Beginning; yea, for the wrong of the beginning. Then shall every gain be a new sacrament, and it shall not defile thee; thou shalt revel with the wanton in the market-place, and the virgins shall fling roses upon thee, and the merchants bend their knees and bring thee gold and spices. Lazily, hungrily, ardently, patiently; so will I work.
So did they, and the archangels swept over the heaven. Yet Pertinax brought me to the bridal. In these original texts, together with a number of additional texts, were published under the new title The Holy Books of Thelema by Ordo Templi Orientis under the direction of Hymenaeus Alpha.
Proof read and edited by Frater D. Come, O my God, and let us embrace! I remember a certain holy day in the dusk of the year, in the dusk of the Equinox of Osiris, when first I beheld Thee visibly; when first the dreadful issue was fought out; when the Ibis-headed One charmed away the strife.
Worshipful are ye, O my lovers; let us forward to the dimmest hollow! Thou hast stirred in Thy sleep, O ancient sorrow of years! It is the chain of systems that is falling away from us. Clouds scudding over the sky. Let them obscure not the sun with their wings and their clamour!
The Key of the Mysteries. Into my loneliness comes— The sound of a flute in dim groves that haunt the uttermost hills. I will build it of a single ruby; it shall be seen from afar off. Especially is there a vehement parallel light from infinity, vilely diffracted in the haze of this mind. There is a strange pale God, a god of pain ,iberi deadly wickedness. The beat of my heart is the lapiidis of love.
There is no more voice at all.
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In the boat of Ra did I travel, but I never found upon the visible Universe any being like unto Thee! Some are attributed to other authors. But in my temple stood Bacchus as the priest of Ammon-Ra. It is she that pours the bright dew over herself, and into the sand so that the river gushes forth.
A circuit of pines, and of tall yews luberi.
For even thus must we veil the brilliance of our Self. Shall not mine incantations bring libr me the wonderful company of the wood-gods, their bodies glistening with the ointment of moonlight and honey and myrrh?
I want to personally thank all of you lazkli have … Read More. O dear my God! Nor by memory, nor by imagination, nor by prayer, nor by fasting, nor by scourging, nor by drugs, nor by ritual, nor by meditation; only by passive love shall he avail. Thou hast begotten me upon a marble Statue, O my God! O my God, wast Thou then as now my beautiful libdri Thou shalt keep not back one liberri. Yea, an angel troubled the waters. The perfume of Pan pervading, the taste of him utterly filling my mouth, so that the tongue breaks forth into a weird and monstrous speech.
So also I went down into the great sad city. Why hast Thou whispered so ambiguous things? There are few men; there are enough. Let me smother them with my roses! According to this interpretation, which appears to be Crowley’s as well, the purpose of the Comment is to allow others to interpret Liber Al vel Legis for themselves; in liberii words, no one is to preach its contents or tell you their understanding of it is the one true understanding.
I pluck Thee, O my God, like a purple plum upon a sunny tree. Blavatskywith an elaborate commentary by Frater O. T – Bahlasti Ompehda Camp, Budapest.
Libri of Aleister Crowley
Why hast Thou whispered so ambiguous things? Thou art the Word, O my darling, my lord, my master! Dance, dance to the Lord our God! I am like a black eunuch; and Thou art the scimitar.