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from the beast-of-all-possible-worlds dept.
In the book Magick in Theory and Practice, Chapter VII, "The Formula of the Holy Graal," section V, Crowley states:
Thelemites agree that manifested existence implies Imperfection.
Does Crowley mean by this that unmanifest existence -- before or after our lives of manifest existence -- is more perfect then manifested existence, i.e., that perfection can only be reached beyond this life of manifested existence?
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