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Commentary (ΜϜ) on ΚΕΦΑΛΗ ΜϜ Buttons and Rosettes in Liber CCCXXXIII, The Book of Lies by Aleister Crowley.

“The lesson of the chapter is thus always to rise hungry from a meal, always to violate one’s own nature. Keep on acquiring a taste for what is naturally repugnant; this is an unfailing source of pleasure, and it has a real further advantage, in destroying the Sankharas, which, however ‘good’ in themselves, relatively to other Sankharas, are yet barriers upon the Path; they are modifications of the Ego, and therefore those things which bar it from the absolute.” [via]

Commentary (ΜΒ) on ΚΕΦΑΛΗ ΜΒ Dust-Devils in Liber CCCXXXIII, The Book of Lies by Aleister Crowley.

“The mind is called ‘wind’, because of its nature; as has been frequently explained, the ideas and words are identical.

In this free-flowing, centreless material arises an eddy; a spiral close-coiled upon itself.

The theory of the formation of the Ego is that of the Hindus, whose Ahamkara is itself a function of the mind, whose ego it creates. This Ego is entirely divine.” [via]

Egyptian Magic in Egyptian Magic by Florence Farr.

“This glittering being established in the midst of the SAHU (Elemental Body) then by its radiation can awake corresponding potencies in nature. For this purpose the KHAIBT was used as a link between the Ego and the non-Ego, and the spiritual body or ZET was established.” [via]

Egyptian Magic in Egyptian Magic by Florence Farr.

“Now, if an Egyptian failed in standing such tests as these, in the ceremony of his initiation, he was regarded as a man liable to become an evil KHOU if his power was developed: and in their Wisdom the Priests rejected him and left him in that ignorance which led to oblivion and the annihilation of the incarnating Ego. Not only this, but if he, by underhand means, found out magical formulas and was able to use them effectively, the punishment was death.” [via]

Egyptian Magic in Egyptian Magic by Florence Farr.

“Behind her is her KA or real Ego; the hands, lifted in aspiration above the head, enclose the rectangular parallelogram representing the Portal of Wisdom in which is written the HORUS or heroic Name which according to Egyptian dogma was to be won by the Theurgic rites of Initiation. On it is seated the Royal HORUS BAIE.” [via]

Raise Your Weapon

 

Raise Your Weapon” by deadmau5 from 4×4=12 and also Raise Your Weapon Remixes

“Rippin’ my heart was so easy, so easy
Launch your assault now, take it easy
Raise your weapon, raise your weapon
One word and it’s over

Rippin’ through like a missile
Rippin’ through my heart
Rob me of this love
Raise your weapon, raise your weapon and it’s over

Love your ego, you won’t feel a thing
Always number one
The pen with a bent wrist crooked king
Sign away our peace for your war, one word and it’s over

Dropping your bombs now
On all we’ve built
How does it feel now to watch it burn, burn, burn?
Raise your weapons, raise your weapons and it’s over

Rippin’ through like a missile
Rippin’ through my heart, rob me of this love
Raise your weapon, raise your weapon and it’s over
How does it feel now to watch it burn, burn, burn?

Rippin’ my heart was so easy, so easy
Launch your assault now, take it easy
Raise your weapon, raise your weapon
One word and it’s over

Rippin’ through like a missile
Rippin’ through my heart
Rob me of this love
Raise your weapon, raise your weapon and it’s over

Love your ego, you won’t feel a thing
Always number one
The pen with a bent wrist crooked king
Sign away our peace for your war, one word and it’s over

Dropping your bombs now
On all we’ve built
How does it feel now to watch it burn, burn, burn?
Raise your weapons, raise your weapons and it’s over”

Egyptian Magic in Egyptian Magic by Florence Farr.

“This latter principle is represented in four ways; by a hawk Crowned, or the HORUS BAIE; by a human-headed hawk; by a Bennu bird or by a ram. The BAIE (spirit) can operate through the egg-like principle contained in the AB and the KA (human Ego) through the concave principle.” [via]