>Just looking at the sign in TBOTL that Crowley wrote for Tzaddi in
>that famous passage "Tzaddi is not the star" - well from the eye of a
>novice the letter looks rather like Lam-Alif, the sign you make when
>you write Lamed and Alif together. And this would make the numerical
>value of the star 31. I rather like that since 3 x 31 = 93 :)
... Interesting speculation.
but that would make the numerical value of the star NOT 31.
Rumour has it that the "tzaddi" sign was the first letter
changed by AL.
Incidentally, If all other letters are aright, then how
can transposing He with Tzaddi, or any other letter pair,
How about: "He is not the Star."
Q: How many inks in how many hands are used in the MS of TBotL?