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from the any-number-can-play dept.
It's well known that Aleister Crowley was a great believer in the scientific relevance of his revelation. Indeed, in "The Summons" printed in Equinox of the Gods, he writes of the Book of the Law, "Its solution of the fundamental problems of mathematics and philosophy will establish a new epoch in history." [emphasis mine] In his 1920 comment on verse I:28 ("None, breathed the light, faint & faery, of the stars, and two"), he tried his hand at some mathematical analysis of his own.
I am not well-versed in higher mathematics, but I would be quite curious to see what any mathematically-inclined reader out there makes of it as a piece of mathematical reasoning.
Now appears the plain statement of the Perfect Metaphysick. It may be as well to quote the essential passages from 'Bereshith' in connexion with this matter.
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