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Third Day of the Writing of the Book of the Law 2017

The Third Day of the Three Days of the Writing of the Book of the Law, April 8, 1904 for this Thelemic Holy Day in An. Vii. This is the anniversary of the day on which Chapter III of Liber XXXI, the manuscript of what would become Liber AL vel Legis, Book of the Law, was received in a magical working by Aleister Crowley and Rose Kelly in 1904.

O coffee! By the mighty Name of Power do I invoke thee, consecrating thee to the Service of the Magic of Light.

Invocation of Coffee from the diaries of Aleister Crowley and published in Liber DCCCLX, John St. John

“Yet must he that understandeth go forth unto the outermost Abyss, and there must he speak with him that is set above the four-fold terror, the Prince of Evil, even with Choronzon, the mighty devil that inhabiteth the outermost Abyss. And none may speak with him, or understand him, but the servants of Babylon, that understand, and they that are without understanding, his servants.”
DEO, the 7rd Aethyr

Quote featured at MILLIONS OF MAD VOICES from the Ministry of Information.