Chapter II of Liber LXV

The full body of the work can be found freely online from Below I’ve copied a section out that I found fascinating.

My story with the text, is that when I was a member of the Astrum Argentum I held a responsibility to read and memorize a chapter of Liber LXV and Chapter II resonated with me then.

After memorizing it fully, I found it would surface form time to time… Events, or things seen or heard would cause fragments of it to surface into my conscious awareness.

This is why I recommend memorizing the Tao Te Ching as well. These works are keys, held within our heart, that recreate our perceptions in a spiritual light.

O Thou that sittest upon the Earth! (so spake a certain Veiled One to me) thou art not greater than thy mother! Thou speck of dust infinitesimal!
Thou art the Lord of Glory, and the unclean dog.

Stooping down, dipping my wings, I came unto the darkly-splendid abodes. There in that formless abyss was I made a partaker of the Mysteries Averse.

I suffered the deadly embrace of the Snake and of the Goat; I paid the infernal homage to the shame of Khem.
Therein was this virtue, that the One became the all.

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