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Originally posted by Palasheea
Thanks undo! I'm reading it over now. Just don't know which ones out there are more correct than others... hard to tell which definition of that term is closer to it's original meaning.
Originally posted by pavlovsdog
In an effort to get back to the painting,
The entity in this painting is named "Lam"
'Lam' is the Tibetian word for 'the Way' or 'the Path'
Could we actually be looking at Crowley's portrait of THE LAMB
would this tie any of this together
Originally posted by Bigwhammy
reply to post by undo
Very interesting. The Bible cannon does mention the war in heaven. And it doesn't it also say that this whole human drama is sort of for their (the Angels) benefit... kind of to teach them a lesson or something?
I believe it also says that we get to judge the angels in the afterlife doesn't it?
Hey I noticed you're having Guy Malone on your show Ancient Future Friday right?
I did the music for his show Live From Roswell my song "Alien Resistance"
Originally posted by woodwytch
and of course we cannot forget that he was the self-proclaimed 'King of The Witches' !!!
We are also told that he liked to be referred to as 'The Beast666' [(sounds like a username on ATS), to 'shock' and 'mock'.
So maybe it would be easier for all of us if he had one title ... let me think 'Egomaniac' ... yes, that about sums him up in one neat little package.
This is displayed in his lore; 'Do what thou wilt, let that be the whole of the lore'.
Some Pagans practice sex-magick rituals as a mutual act, for the purpose of raising the energy. It is well documented that Crowley's agender was often more perverted and a method of dominance and control of his 'subjects' ... and another ego-boost.
He also condoned 'blood sacrifice' ... but for obvious reasons this was usually thinly disguised by using the word 'prana' as a metaphor.
The confusing part is (for someone who referred to himself as the King of the Witches) ... he seemed pretty well obsessed with the Devil / Satan / Lucifer ... and yet they are Christian concepts ... true witches don't acknowledge this Christian entity.
In truth this man did witches no favours at all. In fact he and his writings are responsible for a lot of the ridiculous ideas and misconceptions that people have of modern day witches.
This is only my opinion and you might have guessed that I'm not too keen on anything the guy stood for.
Originally posted by Matyas
get the Id-Ea?