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- Ordo Templi Orientis. United States Grand Lodge
|Who calls us Thelemites will do no wrong, if he look but close into the word. For |
there are therein Three Grades, the Hermit, and the Lover, and the man of Earth.
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. Nuit next supplies the correct ...
|the Will in a deeper, more profound sense. It is the ... Asone progresses,the |
relationship to samaya will deepen and expand in significance. ... The first root
samaya in Thelema is expressed as Do what thou wilt shall be the whole ofthe
|There is another area where I take issue with neo-pagans as well and that is in |
the misinterpretation of Crowley's 'Do what thou wilt, shall be the whole ofthe law'.
This isoften taken as licence tobeas selfish asyou like and become a hedonist.
|4: You, with your laws and rules shall lBLATTTen truly. For the Great MOO said |
unto her people, DO WHAT THOU WILT SHALL BE THE WHOLE OF THE LAW.
And truly is this sensible, for it tells the stars to shine, the water to flow, and the ...
|87 Largely perhaps because of Crowley's own hedonism, the maxim 'Do what |
thou wilt shall be the whole of the law' has been much misinterpreted. It was
never a recipe for self-indul- gence: 'You're free to do whatever you like.' The
point of ...
|Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. Lo, Jesus of Nazareth, how thou |
art taken in my snare. All my life long thou hast plagued me and affronted me. In
thy name—with all other free souls in Christendom—I have been tortured in my ...
|Do What Thou Wilt In the darkness there's a candle burning Will you see the light|
? ... Never again will we hide the truth And keep it out of sight Do what thou wilt
shall be the whole of the law These things in life we come to know Love is the law
|99 The classic example of this reversal of meaning is the injunction, “Do what |
thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. ... if one equates “thou” (not “you”) with the
True Self, “wilt” with the True Will (will + 't,' teth, “coiling” or kundalini), and Law ...
|He had a religious temperament, but his father was a skeptic and did not raise |
him to have faith. ... do what thou will," appears to be derived from Crowley's
statement in The Book of the Law: "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law
|If we do a spell for a specific thing, we want that particular thing, not 'something |
better for the highest good of all concerned. ... a paraphrase of Aleister Crowley
who wrote in the Book of the Law: 'Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.
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