Very Grace

Not all of Book Sun has been unconcealed to the many. Sun is the hex of Regulation Hex #29 & Hex #45 exchanged some while ago (confused yet?). The attached 2 pages appeared in a batch I retrieved in the middle of some Neighborhood Orders which were rather organizational. Given the context of today this snapshot published in Chicago at 1:16 PM, 31 January 1937 - 4 years, 7 months before I was born is rather interesting.  For those who are all twisted up about/in anti-christianity or the brick & mortar churches stay centered, please as you read.
To Breck if he is listening you may publish this on the CFR website with appropriate caveats once you digest it.
This was scanned from a smeared ditto copy from the 1937 era well before email & facebook etc. where mimeograph & typeset was the best form of mass distribution & , in this case, was only released to selected members of the Choronzon Club.


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Mark de LA says
The referenced section I,13 of same book.
Breck, the organization of this book on the Early Libri DVD is hard to follow without viewing each one & the extant pages are not necessarily in order - maybe serpentine is a factor.

Mark de LA says
Note "for this meal" could just as well be said while consecrating the dice for obtaining a hexagram as "for this pair of dice", & even "for this pecker" .. etc.

Eiamyme says
For the fans of Aleister Crowley who may not appreciate Christ in the midst of the occult this page attests:
The translation of the ming is here.
Maybe a better copy of the page is below:

Eiamyme says
From the Wikipedia biography
source: ... Born to a wealthy Plymouth Brethren family in Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, Crowley rejected this fundamentalist Christian faith to pursue an interest in Western esotericism, poetry, and mountaineering. He was educated at the University of Cambridge
CFR became interested in Rudolf Steiner at an early phase of his life.  I think his mother was Adventist & there was a split there for many years between CFR & his mother although they corresponded weekly & I remember him reading us her letters.