Thelema Frater Jake,
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
> is a monstrous crock; down to
> switching the genders of AaaK's parents
Please tell me who AaaK was?
Love is the Law, Love under Will.
Behalf Of Jake Stratton-Kent
Sent: Thursday, April 18, 2013 1:02 AM
Subject: Re: [t93] Kill versus Fill
>My finger landed on the first words of verse 1:54
> "Change not as much as the style of a letter..."
funnily enough that's where I opened mine
> So my response to this Rorshach test is exactly that.
> I'm interested to hear others' opinions, and what implications they think
> this change might have, if it indeed is put into effect.
The pseudo-exegetical process involved in the change sounds dubious;
not that I've ever been specially impressed at OTO's mechanistic
efforts in that line. Re AC's input, his take on the Egyptian priest
(as for instance in 'Across the gulf') is a monstrous crock; down to
switching the genders of AaaK's parents.
I'd be happier with both versions doing the rounds, 'fill' in AL and
'kill' in supplementary texts; as has been the case up to now. I've
said 'Aum! let it fill me!' for decades and will continue to do so.
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