Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.
Why do you say that the path cannot be verified in a reasonable
amount of time? Crowley himself claims that Thelema is a path
made for skeptics. I am not trying to be argumentative in a
negative way here, I am just wondering because it is this claim,
among a few, that Crowley makes which makes Thelema
interesting to me.
My quest may seem to lack the appropriate qualities but I am
trying to learn and I do this by asking questions and hoping I will
get answers: descriptions and attempts at explanation. I have
read over the past notes (some of them at least) and this seems
to be in accord with your own thoughts on learning and
searching as expressed in notes 4728 and 4758,
> We reside in a world of dead people. A world in which, in the
> walk as dead ourselves. Until a part of us screams that it is
> enough for the rest of us to hear, every exploration and path,
> name, is a dead end.
What is it to be alive rather than dead? What are the qualities
of the living and the dead?
Krishadawn11, thank you for your responding to me before. I
look forward to your comments.
Oh yeah, before I go, I was wondering what the difference
between the A.'.A.'. and the OTO is, if there is a difference?
Love is the law, love under will