In a message dated 6/27/2007 10:19:51 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "GL Savidge" <vavvavsix@...>
> >I was explaining some Thelema to my friend about how after crossing
> >the abyss it's like the boddisatva who can choose their next
> >incarnation or nirvana(Than there no longer Boddisattvas.) So he
> >asked well do we know like with the Dali Lama where/who Crowley's
> >incarnation is. now I alway thought that perhpas he reached
> >Is there any one who knows that if people in the OTO or AA knew
> >the next incarnation of the prophet of the lovley star might be? Of
> >course every Thelemite thinks it is Him or HER. But perhaps we all
> >are in a way, since we still perpetuate his true will for glory
> >advancement of Thelema. At an advanced stage a being may need to
> >reincarnate in more than one body? what do you think?
> 93 Granville,
> As a 'Free Zone Scientologist' I might address this issue with a
> bit 'tech talk' from a ScN perspective.
> I had heard scuttlebutt back in the Eulis Lodge days that the Prophet
> had reincarnated as a cute little Chinese girl. If this happened as
> such it would certainly seem to fit in with his own penchant for anal
> retentive ornate and articulate fetishism.
> As to 'multiple incarnations' LRH coined a concept called 'riding the
> herd' in which the being is freed from the compulsion to reincarnate
> the normal way and is capable of 'sitting in' another body or series
> or group of bodies at will, without requiring the birth and death
> cycle. (Its interesting to look at the compulsion to reincarnate as a
> type of addiction here.) This is of course a 'case issue' in which
> the persons collective neuroses are cleared up enough to make this
> sort of awareness and ability possible. This, in my opinion, could
> apply to incident of the reception of Al, and the nature of a being
> like Aiwass.
> Whether AC has attained such a thing is difficult to report, folks
> who possess such powers have no reason to reveal them to those who
Of course, when explaining Thelema to a friend, it would seem prudent to note
that it does not really matter where Crowley is now, or why. It matters only
where the friend is now and why, and what is be done by that individual in
accordance with those circumstances.
The fact that one person is explaining Thelema to another person today is a
good indication that Crowley's Will is done.
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