Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
Since the Master of this Temple so graciously encourages
me to discuss Liber AL, I'd like to add just one more ringy-
The other day I bought a computer game on line; Jewel Quest
Mystery. Playing it's become sort of addicting. The art work's
incredibly awesome - Egyptian tomes, temples, gardens, pools,
fountains, golden statues, scrolls, ancient tools, so realistic, so
striking, exciting - eye candy, the scenes "stir" me, the music's
deliciously mystical. So genius! I'd give almost anything to
have this gift to create worlds as wondrous and beautiful.
The challenge of the game is to find hidden objects among
"runes", and gold coins and jewels. I've been kicking myself
around for spending so much time wasting my time, losing
my mind to a game, until today - I realized I'm seeing jewels
everywhere, glimmers of colors and gold and things of beauty
in the "real" world I hadn't noticed before, and things that
appear out of place. Playing the game has increased my
awareness of objects, mysterious spaces and colorful little
I'm actually hoping I'll tire of it soon, get on with my chores,
questioning, what is my great obsession for this game.?...
the scenery?... there's no reward's for winning, no one to
beat, no real jewels, no real gold, no ancient artifacts.
Finding all the pieces, removing the clutter from these
magnificent rooms is satisfying, but I can clean up my
own house and feel more satisfied, so what's the hook?
... then I realized... it's the Quest... the search for the
hidden and the discovery that's most intriguing. I can't
stop until I've found all the pieces... then I realized; the
same exact obsession I have for Liber AL. Jewels and
objects are harder to find in the Book. In the game,
there's a penalty for questioning, guessing... making
too many wrong clicks.
In this "real" World we find ourselves "living", which are
questions scientists are working feverously to answer...
What is life?... is there anyway to prove we are actually
There's suspicion in the scientific community, and basis of
fact, that we might be a computer program, a virtual reality.
Our entire life with all its memories of who we think we are,
what we think we experience, see, feel, smell, and touch...
all we think we think, could be an imprint on a nano chip.
Even though some of the most brilliant scientists throughout
history have gotten the horse laugh, lost their jobs or thrown
in prison for their discoveries, in this day and age there should
be no penalty for questioning, or guessing something could be
something it's not.
Nothing ventured nothing gained. There's nothing wrong with
questioning everything, especially things that are questionable...
such as why we believe what we believe. Should be more than
okay to make wrong clicks here. How else can we learn if the
programmer isn't sitting with is, advising which are the right
I think everyone should encourage everyone to click all over Liber
AL, and anything else anyone's written or preaching... seek out the
sliver and gold and stones of precious water, even if it means being
laughed at for making some wrong clicks or angers others because
Love is the Law, Love under Will.
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