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The Commentaries of AL Chapter II
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ative term; it is 'that which hinders one from fulfilling his true Will.' (E.g., rain is 'good' or 'bad' for the farmer according to the requirements of his crops.) Th... ns through which Aspirants may pass had better be mentioned. First, is the idea that Liber AL recommends that all dogs be killed. Second, the idea that all dogs conceal a "spy"... ho freed him. In the second thousand years confinement had made him so angry that he vowed he would kill that man. Violence and 'anti-social' behavior may... ely unconscious. Every athlete is aware that his skill, strength, and endurance depend on forbidding mind to meddle with muscle. Here is a simple experiment. Hol
The Commentaries of AL Chapter I
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n Church, for instance, has proved.//   **12. Come forth,o children, under the stars, & take your fill of love!**   The whole doctrine of "love" is di... dicates his life to service of the Order. He will kill himself, if need be, that the Order may live. Such men organize Thelemic movements, thereby incurring t... pression of the enthusiasm. All strength and all skill should be summoned to fulfill the frenzy. And life itself should be flung with ... ote below.)// With the establishment of the Law something of this sort may become possible. It is only necessary to kill out the sense of 'sin', with its false shame and
The Commentaries of AL Chapter III
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all forms of theology.// //"Conquer"—it does not mean to go out warring and killing, so sorry, dear sadists. Conquer your circumst... r the Sixth and Nuit for the Seventh.//   **18. Mercy let be off: damn them who pity! Kill and torture; spare not; be upon them!**   What ... fit, until Earth herself grew nauseated with the mess. We had not only a war which killed some eight million men, in the flower of their age, picked men at that, in four years, but a pestilence which killed six million in six months. //(The First World W
The Scarlet Sisterhood Commentary on Liber AL
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dore them, and steal their darkness from them. Come forth, o children under the stars, and take your fill of love. I am above you and in you. My ecstasy i... with the space, as I rush to kiss thy cheek.\\ \\ Mercy let be off; damn them who pity. Kill and torture; spare not; be upon them.\\ \\ Ah! Ah... n through\\ To stir me or still me!\\ Aum! let it fill me!\\ \\ So that thy light is in me + its red flame ... her raise herself up in pride. Let her follow in me in my way. Let her work the work of wickedness! Let her kill her heart! let her be loud and adulterous; let he