Part III: The Circumference and the Hieroglyphic Monad in In Operibus Sigillo Dei Aemeth by David Richard Jones.
“Curiously, and we have to wonder if it was known or unknown to Dee, the geometry of the Monad as analyzed and expected in Theorem XXIII when applied to a circle subdivides the circumference of a circle into seven equal divisions with almost perfect elegance. This finding was first made by Clay Holden, in whose debt we are for this important discovery and the initial geometric constructions demonstrating the figure.
This correlation of the Monad to the sevenfold division of the circle indicates that an intimate relationship may exist between the metaphysical formulae of Dee’s Monad and Sigillum, sevenfold division being the very foundation of the formulae of the Sigillum.” [via]
Commentary (ΚΓ) in Liber CCCXXXIII, The Book of Lies by Aleister Crowley.
“Both ’23’ and ‘Skidoo’ are American words meaning ‘Get out’. This chapter describes the Great Work under the figure of a man ridding himself of all his accidents.” [via]
“Peace in the highest and peace in the lowest and peace in the midst thereof! Peace in the eight quarters, peace in the ten points of the Pentagram! Peace in the twelve rays of the seal of Solomon, and peace in the four and thirty whirlings of the hammer of Thor! Behold! I blaze upon thee.” The Cry of the 23rd Aethyr, Which is Called TOR in The Vision and The Voice, LIBER XXX AERUM Vel Saeculi Sub Figura CCCCXVIII by Aleister Crowley