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|Moira Martingale. "Do As Thou Wilt Shall Be The Whole of the Law." l He has an |
awful lot of love for me ... He always wanted to do things for me. He's a boy who
likes things I like. He loves flowers, roses. He doesn't hesitate to show his love for
|The Wiccan Rede "An it harm none, 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."49 His definition of magic as "the Science and Art of causing ...
|His Book of the Law, written in 1904, claimed that the Christian era was past and |
espoused a new religion based on esoteric ... as the "Law of Thelema," and is
expressed in The Book of the Law: "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the
|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.
|Thelema is the Greek word for 'will'. It lies at the basis of Crowley's ideas. His |
famous maxims are: Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law and Love is
the law, love under will. The first expression is not actually original to Crowley.
|Especially helpful in this regard is The Law Is for All (edited by Louis Wilkinson |
and Hymenaeus Beta). ... In accordance with the principle “Do what thou wilt
shall be the whole of the Law,” Thelemites devote themselves entirely to the
|88 Most researchers, I believe, do not pursue this research further because they |
are afraid of being labeled as racist. Yet, as ... He was in favor of finding your own
self, and 'do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law', under love. It was a ...
|And I have The Book of the Lazi\ that was given unto me by Him thou wottest of; |
and it is the Interpretation of the Secret Will of Man on every Plane of his By-
coming; and the Word of the Law isTHELEMA. Do what thou wilt shall be the
whole ot ...