LIFE LOVE DEAD LIVE
http://hermetic.com/information/life-love-dead-live/

This Unicursal LIFE LOVE DEAD LIVE Poster is another piece of helpful propaganda from the Ministry of Information, a take on the original trilogy of British posters from WWII combined with a quote from The White Watch-Tower in Aleister Crowley’s The Temple of Solomon the King.

LIFE LOVE DEAD LIVE
http://hermetic.com/information/life-love-dead-live/

This Unicursal LIFE LOVE DEAD LIVE Poster is another piece of helpful propaganda from the Ministry of Information, a take on the original trilogy of British posters from WWII combined with a quote from The White Watch-Tower in Aleister Crowley’s The Temple of Solomon the King.

LIFE ETERNAL AND UNIVERSAL
http://hermetic.com/information/life-eternal-and-universal/

This Unicursal LIFE ETERNAL AND UNIVERSAL Poster is another piece of helpful propaganda from the Ministry of Information, a take on the original trilogy of British posters from WWII combined with a quote from Aleister Crowley’s essay Good Hunting!, from the International, XII 3

LIFE ETERNAL AND UNIVERSAL
http://hermetic.com/information/life-eternal-and-universal/

This Unicursal LIFE ETERNAL AND UNIVERSAL Poster is another piece of helpful propaganda from the Ministry of Information, a take on the original trilogy of British posters from WWII combined with a quote from Aleister Crowley’s essay Good Hunting!, from the International, XII 3

This Unicursal WINTER SPRING Poster is another piece of helpful propaganda from the Ministry of Information, a take on the original trilogy of British posters from WWII combined with a quote from Aleister Crowley’s pseudonymous article Ratan Devi: Indian Singer in Vanity Fair, 1916.

This Unicursal WINTER SPRING Poster is another piece of helpful propaganda from the Ministry of Information, a take on the original trilogy of British posters from WWII combined with a quote from Aleister Crowley’s pseudonymous article Ratan Devi: Indian Singer in Vanity Fair, 1916.

Be thou Hadit, my secret centre, my heart & my tongue!
Ch I, 6 in Liber AL vel Legis, The Book of the Law by Aleister Crowley

See also the Old and New Comment by Aleister Crowley, here quoted:

“The recipient of this knowledge is to identify himself with Hadit, and thus fully express the thoughts of her heart in her very language.” – Old Comment on I, 6

“Nuit formulates me as Hadit, especially in the three centres of consciousness of her Being. In this way, for this purpose, I became the complement of Her.

These centres are those of Love, Life and Language. Duality is the condition of all three. It will appear later how it is that None and Two are identical; they are distinct in our minds only because those minds are conscious, and therefore think of “two” as their own state. But the unconscious mind thinks Nothing, and is Nothing. Yet it is the same mind.

Nuith selects three centres of Her Body to become ‘Two’ with Hadit; for she asks me to declare Her in these three. Infinite freedom, all-embracing, for physical Love; boundless continuity for Life; and the silent rhythm of the Stars for Language. These three conceptions are Her gift to us.” – New Comment on I, 6

See also the Djeridensis Comment, here quoted:

“666 as Artist. I am the Point of View (as of the artist) from which Nuit may be seen by all; for I am Her inmost thought, her sense, and her Voice.” – Djeridensis Comment on I, 6

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Well, in those days there were Music-halls; I can’t hope to explain to you what they were like, but they were jolly. […] But the enemies of life were on guard. They saw people enjoying themselves, (shame!) and they raked through the mildewed parchments of obsolete laws until they found some long-forgotten piece of mischief that might stop it.
In Nomine Babalon, LXVIII

LXVIII

I pour my life into Your golden chalice

I pour out my life for the promise of bliss.

Drink every drop of the elixir You’ve drawn

I raise up the cup and adore Babalon!

In Nomine Babalon: 156 Adorations to the Scarlet Goddess

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In Nomine Babalon, LX

LX

Live life without shame, live life without guilt,

For there is no law beyond Do What Thou Wilt!

With no fear of sin or of inquisition,

I raise the cup and adore Babalon!

In Nomine Babalon: 156 Adorations to the Scarlet Goddess

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In Nomine Babalon, XLI

In Nomine Babalon, XLI

XLI

Mother of nature and womb of all life,

Everyone’s lover but nobody’s wife!

Thou virgin! Thou whore! Thou elder matron!

I raise up the cup and adore Babalon!

In Nomine Babalon: 156 Adorations to the Scarlet Goddess

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"The question is whether man is a savage brute like a tiger, or a dear little caterpillar whose highest aim in life is to look like a dead twig. It depends very largely as far as I can make out whether one happens to be a vegetarian or otherwise."

Pax Hominibus Bonae Voluntatis by Aleister Crowley in International, Dec 1917.

"The question is whether man is a savage brute like a tiger, or a dear little caterpillar whose highest aim in life is to look like a dead twig. It depends very largely as far as I can make out whether one happens to be a vegetarian or otherwise." [via]

"Thrill with the joy of life and death! Know, hunter mighty and swift, the quarry turns to bay! Thou hast but to make one sharp thrust, and thou hast won."

Concerning Death by Aleister Crowley in International, Dec 1917.

"Thrill with the joy of life and death! Know, hunter mighty and swift, the quarry turns to bay! Thou hast but to make one sharp thrust, and thou hast won." [via]

"Again she saith: I give unimaginable joys on earth, certainty, not faith, while in life, upon death. This thou hast known."

Concerning Death by Aleister Crowley in International, Dec 1917.

"Again she saith: I give unimaginable joys on earth, certainty, not faith, while in life, upon death. This thou hast known." [via]

"ART is long and political life is short."

We Stand Above by Aleister Crowley in International, Dec 1917.

"ART is long and political life is short." [via]

"As the self (created by the world and our response to it) is progressively undone and reconstructed so that it may identify to greater degrees of efficiency with the Self, conflicts arise and are resolved. When Self and self become, even if momentarily, a functioning conscious unit, then the opportunity for even greater influx of Light, Life, and Love come through turning our attention to the realms of the super conscious (Keter). This however, would constitute the Work of the Paths above Tiphareth, and the 13th Path in particular, as part of the Middle Pillar exercise."

Psychosynthesis from Problems on the Path of Return by Mark Stavish, M.A. in Vol 3 No 1 of Caduceus.

"As the self (created by the world and our response to it) is progressively undone and reconstructed so that it may identify to greater degrees of efficiency with the Self, conflicts arise and are resolved. When Self and self become, even if momentarily, a functioning conscious unit, then the opportunity for even greater influx of Light, Life, and Love come through turning our attention to the realms of the super conscious (Keter). This however, would constitute the Work of the Paths above Tiphareth, and the 13th Path in particular, as part of the Middle Pillar exercise." [via]

"The blood is the life of the individual: offer then blood!"

ΚΕΦΑΛΗ ΜΓ Mulberry Tops in Liber CCCXXXIII, The Book of Lies by Aleister Crowley.

"The blood is the life of the individual: offer then blood!" [via]