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Liber LXXI The Voice of the Silence / The Two Paths / The Seven Portals
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d Lama is He who Goeth, the specific title of the Gods of Egypt, the Treader of the Path, in Buddhistic ... ok, and the companion volumes ordered in “[[../../equinox/iii/i/eq0301018|The Curriculum of the A∴ A∴]],” f... at Magician described in the 3rd Æthyr (See //The Equinox//, [[../../equinox/i/v/eqi05016|Vol I no. 5, Special Supplement]]). Let the Student notice that in his ear
The Voice of the Silence
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ok, and the companion volumes ordered in “[[../../equinox/iii/i/eq0301018|The Curriculum of the A∴ A∴]],” f... at Magician described in the 3rd Æthyr (See //The Equinox//, [[../../equinox/i/v/eqi05016|Vol I no. 5, Special Supplement]]). Let the Student notice that in his ear... it is, has only a relative existence. (See //The Equinox//, [[../../equinox/i/iv/eqi04011j#159|vol. I, no.
The Seven Portals
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acing the well-behaved Bhikkhu not only above the gods, but above the greatest Yogis. (It is obvious, to... on more fully a little later on. The Dhyanis are gods of sorts, either perfect men or what one may cali natural gods, who occupy eternity in a ceaseless contemplation... ct has been dealt with at some length in “[[../../equinox/i/i/eqi01012|The Soldier and the Hunchback]]” in
The Two Paths
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himself. Read, however, “Liber CLVI.” (See //The Equinox//, also //Book 4//, part III, appendix vii \\ >... held discourses in the cities, to devas, men and gods. Reference is here made to the attainment of the... er Self “Divine” refers to Tiphareth. (See //The Equinox//) \\ > 62. Restrain by the Eternal the Divine.