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12-29-79

by SD Master

Circle (Zoom in on… as in)
Closing in (smaller)
Room Inside
My head…

“To play and roam
till I be found,” he said,
‘In a roundabout sort of way.’
“It’s weird”… ‘Definitely not’… “What you
wanted to say”…
‘It’s lost’…“If you dare but say it”.
‘Look, but don’t Sea* C* See*
to far,
before you turn about
NOTHING’*

Hermetic Library Zine Hall 12-29-79

C = 3, #3 in the Tarot, “Venus*”. First letter in CLU. C it? Ear, Corn, Spirit.

Nothing = 5628957 = 6, #6 in the Tarot, “The Lovers*”. Easier to carry. Materialistically what can be taken with you when you die (or decide to change your cloths). Remember, numbers travel easily, through reality and dreams.

Sea = 151 = 7, #7 in the Tarot, “The Chariot*”. Travel, “See” below. Also “C”. The Camel is called the ship of the desert. In the Kabala, the middle path… the camel and the needle, the rope that does not pass through the Eye of the needle with ease, yet passes through more readily than the rich person (A materialistic individual). Go dry. Keep your hands out of your pants and your head on your shoulders. Magick (#11). Harm no one (including yourself).

See = 155 = 2, #2 in the Tarot, “The High Priestess*”. To be given sight in mind. To sense (See) things that others do not see. A dimension

2 = The High Priestess, The Camel. The Veil, Mystery, to travel through the desert, keep your hands out of your pants. Keep your ears open and your mouth shut.

3 = Venus, A Door, Located between Chokma and Binah on the Tree of life (See pages 5 and 6). Goddess of all of nature. Got Corn? Do the crawl. Feeling frisky.

6 = The Lovers, Inside and outside, yet ONE. A way to travel through eternity. Choose Life, become two, realize you are ONE. Through out history there is always ONE.

7 = The Chariot, To stand on the Fence. To guide previously unruly opposite sides in the same direction. Light in Darkness. Run away from, run towards.

From The Great Work by SD Master.

SD Master is a mystic who writes poetry.

The Ox

by SD Master

The Ox, being the first and most favored of God’s ear, was asked by Man to supplicate on their behalf, a question that Man needed to know. “Pray, ask God, on our behalf, how often we as Man, should eat”. The Ox, worthy of entreaty, and knowing of God’s respect for its requests, was pulled straight up and stood before God to repeat the question of Man. “Tell Man, that he should eat once every three days”, spoke God. The Ox, well meaning, though confused with letters and numbers, was returned to the presence of Man and reported, “God said to eat three times a day”. God, overhearing the Ox’s declaration, straight forth returned the Ox to His presence. Speaking, God struck the Ox dumb, and commanded It to toil in the fields to provide Man the additional food needed to continue their days. Hence the term: Dumb Ox (or in silence we speak).

From Quips, Quotes and Whimsical Conundrums by SD Master.

SD Master is a mystic who writes poetry.