> How about "the Stele of revealing itself?" Actually, there is
another document signed "Ankh-f-n-Khonsu" by Crowley -- can't
remember what it is at the moment, but I don't remember it being
anything particularly illuminating with regard to the Law.
Across the Gulf maybe?
> Seeing as
how AFNK was a scribe, "my writings" may also refer to AL istself.
This very issue has come up recently on another list. As I am wont to
do I was using an exact quote from the text of Liber 31 and I was taken
to task by several so-called "A.'.A.'. purists" who told me in no
uncertain terms to stop, because I was somehow in violation of the Tunis
Comment. Needless to say, I queried them on the details of their
assertions and how they came to their restrictive injunctions, without
much elucidation, other than to tell me that their POV was obviously
right and mine was obviously wrong. My point is that the Tunis Comment
would seem to imply that the appeal if any is to the Liber 31 MS and not
to the numerous redactions of Liber 220.