Queen Defender of the faith: Book of lies

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Book of lies

November 16, 2011 @ 4:55 p.m.
In Surrey British Columbia
Royal Crescent
Queen Defender of the Faith


The Book of Lies Rewritten
By Kyna Michelle Gaboriault


Chapter I-ΚΕΦΑΛΗ Α


For how I love thee KIDD, my baby Goat!
Death Before Dishonor
When one dies there seed lives on eternally
For Now and Forever


We Ascend to the Stars to live in Eternity



ΚΕΦΑΛΗ ΟΖ

THE SUBLIME AND SUPREME SEPTENARY IN ITS MATURE MAGICAL MANIFESTATION THROUGH MATTER: AS IT IS WRITTEN: AN HE-GOAT ALSO

Laylah.

L.A.Y.L.A.H.
L. A. Y. L. A. H.

COMMENTARY (ΟΖ)

77 is the number of Laylah (LAILAH), to whom this chapter is wholly devoted.
The first section of the title is an analysis of 77 considered as a mystic number.
7, the septenary; 11, the magical number; 77, the manifestation, therefore of the septenary.
Through matter, because 77 is written in Hebrew Ayin Zayin (OZ), and He-Goat, the symbol of matter, Capricornus, the Devil of the Tarot; which is the picture of the Goat of the Sabbath upon an altar, worshipped by two other devils, male and female.
As will be seen from the photogravure inserted opposite this chapter, Laylah is herself not devoid of "Devil", but, as she habitually remarks, on being addressed in terms implying this fact, "It's nice to be a devil when you're one like me."
The text needs no comment, but it will be noticed that it is much shorter than the title.
Now, the Devil of the Tarot is the Phallus, the Redeemer, and Laylah symbolises redemption to Frater P. The number 77, also interpreted as in the title, is the redeeming force.
The ratio of the length of the title and text is the key to the true meaning of the chapter, which is, that Redemption is really as simple as it appears complex, that the names (or veils) of truth are obscure and many, the Truth itself plain and one; but that the latter must be reached through the former. This chapter is therefore an apology, were one needed, for the Book of Lies itself. In these few simple words, it explains the necessity of the book, and offers it -- humbly, yet with confidence -- as a means of redemption to the world of sorrowing men.
The name with full-stops: L.A.Y.L.A.H. represents an analysis of the name, which may be left to the ingenium of the advanced practicus (see photograph).

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