Tag Archives: joy

All Night in White Stains by Aleister Crowley.

“But we, one joy, one love, one shame for leaven,
Quit hope and life, quit fear and death and love,
Implacable as God, desired above
All loves of hell or heaven, supremely wed,
Knit in one soul in one delicious bed
More hot than hell, more wicked than all things,
Vast in our sin, whose unredeeming wings
Rise o’er the world, and flap for lust of death,
Eager as anyone that travaileth” [via]

Yet Time To Turn in White Stains by Aleister Crowley.

“O little root of nobleness left thus
Dead since it has no power to grow, to bloom;
Live, since I may not bury it within
The gaping tomb
Where virtue lies, that I, imperious,
Long since interred with hope, and all life’s joy save
sin.” [via]

All Creatures

All Creatures” is a track added by Ophwurld in the Hermetic Library audio pool.

 

“Suddenly a great stillness arises within you, an unfathomable sense of peace; and within that peace is great joy; and within that joy there’s love.”

“All things, bright and beautiful; All creatures, great and small; All things, wise and wonderful”

 

The Hermetic Library audio pool is an auditory scavenger hunt for sounds and music of a living Western Esoteric Tradition.

Music and performance can be a form of ritual and magick. Works and artists have long been inspired by the ideas of Western Esotericism and Mysticism. This group is to help create a space for sharing, music and other audio, and connecting with artists who feel drawn to these topics and ideas, or, especially, incorporate and manifest ritual and magick in their works.

William Blake and the Imagination in Ideas of Good and Evil by William Butler Yeats.

“Furious and terrible they rend the nether deep,
The deep lifts up his rugged head,
And lost in infinite hovering wings vanishes with a cry.
The fading cry is ever dying,
The living voice is ever living in its inmost joy.” [via]

William Blake and the Imagination in Ideas of Good and Evil by William Butler Yeats.

“They sing unwearied to the notes of my immortal hand.

The solemn, silent moon

Reverberates the long harmony sounding upon my limbs.

The birds and beasts rejoice and play,

And every one seeks for his mate to prove his inmost joy.” [via]

William Blake and the Imagination in Ideas of Good and Evil by William Butler Yeats.

“The joy of woman is the death of her beloved,

Who dies for love of her,

In torments of fierce jealousy and pangs of adoration.

The lover’s night bears on my song,

And the nine spheres rejoice beneath my powerful control.” [via]