Three Days of the Writing of the Book of the Law

First Day, Three Days of the Writing of the Book of the Law, April 8, 1904 in Hermeneuticon at Hermetic Library

Second Day, Three Days of the Writing of the Book of the Law, April 9, 1904 in Hermeneuticon at Hermetic Library

Third Day, Three Days of the Writing of the Book of the Law, April 10, 1904 in Hermeneuticon at Hermetic Library

Three Days of the Writing of the Book of the Law, a Thelemic Holy Day on the anniversary of the days in which the three chapters of Liber XXXI, the manuscript of what would become Liber AL vel Legis, Book of the Law, was received in a magical working by Aleister Crowley and Rose Kelly in 1904 EV.

“But ye, o my people, rise up & awake!
Let the rituals be rightly performed with joy & beauty!
There are rituals of the elements and feasts of the times.

A feast for the three days of the writing of the Book of the Law.”—Liber AL vel Legis, Chapter II, 34-38

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