“What are we to do?
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law!
Now perhaps we shall get somewhere.” [via]
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- “But the orb revolveth anon; the shadow passeth away from thee. There is the dissolution, and eternal ecstasy in the kisses of Nu! For inasmuch as thou hast made the Law of Freedom thine, as thou hast lived in Light and Liberty and Love, thou hast become a Freeman of the City of the Stars.”
- New Old Taboo post links to Liber II while discussing how to interpret “Do What Thou Wilt”
- “Aleister Crowley expanded this idea into the modern religion of Thelema from its reference in his (or Aiwass’s depending on your point of view) holy text The Book of the Law, which has not only ‘Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.’ but also ‘There is no law beyond Do what thou wilt.'”
- “Then follow in thy mind the wondrous word of the Stele of Revealing itself. Return if thou wilt from the abode of the stars; dwell with mortality, and feast thereon. For thou art this day made Lord of Heaven and of Earth.”
- “Beloved Daughter and Sister, DO WHAT THOU WILT SHALL BE THE WHOLE OF THE LAW. Let it be thy will, and the will of all them that tend upon the sick, to comfort and to fortify them with these words following.”