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Our Lord in the Universe the Sun I believe in one secret and ineffable LORD; and in one Star in the Company of Stars of whose fire we are created, and to which we shall return; and in one Father of Life, Mystery of Mystery, in His name CHAOS, the sole viceregent of the Sun upon the Earth; and in one Air the nourisher of all that breathes.

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Sunday, March 01, 2009 e.v. 10:15 PM

I am working on Magick Without Tears. While converting the material to HTML, I found that I had dropped the class attribute for many of the pages. In case you were wondering why there was a hard to read white text on black & a much easier to read white text on grey, now you know. I will be updating pages and uploading them until I get them all fixed. It will just happen, I won't announce each page.

AL III,3. Now let it be first understood that I am a god of War and of Vengeance. I shall deal hardly with them.

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by Aleister Crowley

(Little Essays Toward Truth)

The state of mind which is characterised by Indifference is commonly called Trance, but the misnomer is unfortunate. It is, in fact, in a sense the precise contrary of a Trance; for Trance usually implies Samadhi, and this state specifically excludes any such occurrence. That implies a uniting, and this a willed dissociation. Yet there is nothing here to suggest necessarily any practice of the Black Brothers; for it is not, properly speaking, an Attainment, but rather a convenient attitude. And it is one of the very greatest practical importance and use. One can not remain indefinitely in any Samadhi; at the same time, it is proper to fill the intervals between gusts of positive work in such a way as to leave oneself as free as possible to take the next step. One should therefore cultivate a habit of mind which is not bound by any form of desire. The State of Indifference is thus a form of that Silence which is defence and protection, and is cognate with the Third Noble Truth of Buddhism, Sorrow's Ceasing.

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