Lamp of the Invisible Light
After retreating from London to Paris due to the confrontation at Blythe Road, around control of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn; Aleister Crowley travelled to the Americas. After his initiation into the Second Order of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn by MacGregor Mathers in Paris and before his work on either A∴A∴ or O.T.O., Aleister Crowley developed an order called “The Lamp of the Invisible Light” inspired by the Enochian system while in Mexico.
- The Book of the Spirit of the Living God in The Equinox, Vol I Iss. III
History and information:
- The Hermit - Part IV in The Temple of Solomon the King
- Chapter 23 - The Mystical Adventure in The Confessions of Aleister Crowley
- The Cry of the 1st Aethyr, Which is Called LIL in The Vision and The Voice, Liber XXX Aerum Vel Saecvli sub figurâ CCCCXVIII
- Chapter 4 in The Equinox of the Gods
- Venus in Oracles. Written in the temple of the L.I.L., No. 9, Central America.
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