Ankh-af-na-Khonsu

Ankh-af-na-Khonsu, Ankh-f-n-Khonsu, Ankh-f-na-Khonsu, Ankh-af-n-Khonsu, Ankh-ef-en-Khonsu i, Ankh-af-na-khonsu, ꜥnḫ-f-n-ḫnsw, an actual historical person and also a magical identity used by Aleister Crowley.

“My scribe Ankh-af-na-khonsu, the priest of the princes, shall not in one letter change this book; but lest there be folly, he shall comment thereupon by the wisdom of Ra-Hoor-Khu-it.”—Liber Legis, I, 36

“Crowley claimed to have been a re-embodiment of the magical current represented by the priesthood to which Ankh-af-na-Khonsu belonged”—Kenneth Grant, Nightside of Eden 1871438721

 

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