Ludwig Otto Friedrich Wilhelm

Greater Feast of Ludovicus Rex Bavariae, Ludwig Otto Friedrich Wilhelm, Ludwig II of Bavaria, died June 13, 1886 at Lake Starnberg, Germany in Hermeneuticon at Hermetic Library

Ludwig Otto Friedrich Wilhelm, Ludovicus Rex Bavariae, Ludwig II of Bavaria, Mad King Ludwig, Swan King

“In more remote times, the constituent originating assemblies of the O.T.O. included such men as … And recently … Ludovicus Rex Bavariae”—Liber LII Manifesto of the O.T.O.

“The DEACON: Lord of Life and Joy, that art the might of man, that art the essence of every true god that is upon the surface of the Earth, continuing knowledge from generation unto generation, thou adored of us upon heaths and in woods, on mountains and in caves, openly in the marketplaces and secretly in the chambers of our houses, in temples of gold and ivory and marble as in these other temples of our bodies, we worthily commemorate them worthy that did of old adore thee and manifest they glory unto men … Ludovicus Rex Bavariae”—Liber XV {Book 15} O. T. O.

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Saint of Ecclesia Gnostica Catholica

Ludwig Otto Friedrich Wilhelm as Ludovicus Rex Bavariae appears in all versions of the Saints of Ecclesia Gnostica Catholica in Liber XV, published during Aleister Crowley's lifetime. Ludovicus Rex Bavariae is not on the short list of any version, and is therefore a name celebrated only at performances when the full Saints Collect is read.

Gnostic Saint International Equinox Magick in Theory and Practice
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