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The Poem Itself

Bralduh (or Bralduh Nala) is both a valley and an extreme white water river in the Himalayan mountain range who's source is the K2 Mountain. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braldu_River] Crowley visited this area while on the Eckenstein/Crowley K2 expedition. see Crowley also mentions the valley and river in Confessions (chapters 36, 38, and 40), Magick Without Tears (chapter 23), and in Ercildoune from The Equinox Vol I no 9. Crowley also mentions the Bralduh in his introduction to Ethel Archer's The Whirlpool.

Zak is a raft made from inflated goat skins. see

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