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Chapter II @legis:magical-philosophical-commentaries
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enough until you know what is too much.” So wrote William O'Neill.((Crowley means William Blake. It was Yeats, an Irish nationalist, who first put forth the view that Blake was of Irish stock and of the name of O'Neill. See //The Works of William Blake//, edited by Edwin John Ellis and William Butler Yeats in 3 volumes, 1893. No Blake scholar upholds this view.)) Progress, as its very etymology
The Second Chapter @legis:new-comment
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her one's star be twin with that of Shelly, or of Blake, or of Titian, or of Beethoven. Beauty and streng... and those of the 'once-born' and 'twice-born' of William James (Varieties of Religious Experience). Thelem... single act. One's rapture is to include those of Blake, Petrarch, Shelley, and Catullus. Liber Aleph has