... In the published version of the Minerval ritual, there s a part after the candidate has received the Word of the grade where s/he s informed that theMessage 1 of 3 , Aug 16, 2006View Source--- In email@example.com, "Arild" <arild.stromsvag@...> wrote:
> Some bodies may have a practice of having passwords to the Lodge,In the published version of the Minerval ritual, there's a part after
> and these may change at the Equinox. I believe this is standard
> Golden Dawn practice.
the candidate has received the Word of the grade where s/he's informed
that "the password for the present month is...". I suppose that's
where this tradition comes from. However, the editor notes that the
published rituals "are not those currently worked by the 'Caliphate',
who have made many corrections, minor changes and refinements to the
basic Crowley Rituals (...)"
93! ... 93 David, I stand corrected :-) It s too bad Mr. Breeze discontinued the practice in lodge as the A.!A.!. is not a physical lodge per se. Passwords areMessage 2 of 3 , Aug 17, 2006View Source93!
ass_headedgod (wtf?) wrote:
>> Arild, yes I seem to recall passwords to the Lodge in alignment with93 David, I stand corrected :-) It's too bad Mr. Breeze discontinued the
>> the Equinox. I can't recall if these Lodge passwords have fallen out
>> of use since my departure but the lodge closed down 11 years ago.
> Grady used to choose a word every Equinox (in emulation of AC) that
> was used as a password. Mostly as a symbolic expedient in the Minerval
> ritual. It was at Thelema lodge. After the transition to HB this
> tradition was maintained for some time until HB made the so-called
> Word of the Equinox something exclusive to his A.'.A.'. "
> Love Jones
practice in lodge as the A.!A.!. is not a physical lodge per se. Passwords
are static in most Masonc lodges.
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