Thanks for the words of encouragement, Robert.
Still hacking away at your guitar? Muzak to my ears.
I think that in the world of any religion, guides will always sprout
up. We should just guide ourselves. Or, at least keep the titles and
self-agrandizement to a minimum. That said, to be a star is a path
itself. Every single human being can be their own A:.A:.
--R.Pike-(playing sweet music in mom's basement)
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, Robert Furtkamp
> Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
> On Mon, 8 Sep 2003, plasticsoul80 wrote:
> > Illuminati debates aside, does anyone here put faith in a great
> > brotherhood?
> > And if so, is *any* lineage of the A:.A:. a breeding
> > ground for such a brotherhood?
> > I have my doubts.
> Of course you do. You've returned from Mom's basement, Pikey!
> > It is a secret and mystical order. But with the many offshoots, it
> > seems strange. (by "many" I mean more than one, since anymore than
> > one guide on the path can occlude any work from getting done).
> Umm - how does more than one guide or even more than one path get
> way of anyone?
> > And what of the magickal college philosophy?
> >Is this elite order truly Thelemic?
> What difference does it make in any practical terms, even if a
> could be reached on what "Thelemic" is?
> > The word "College" to me seems synonymous with
> > indoctrination.
> And what precisely is wrong with "indoctrination"?
> > Can one be a star in a group of seemingly similar,
> > cookie cutter people?
> No, you can't. You have to grow up some more.
> > love,
> > -R.Pike-
> I knew you'd return, like that dove you set free in the hopes you
> have to kill it.
> Love is the law, love under Will.
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> "There just comes a point at which I must sit, slack-jawed, and
> the stupidity of occultists." - God