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An Incomplete Comment – Book I

1. Had! The manifestation of Nuit.

The exclamation mark could imply action however this could be taken two ways.

  • Hadit is a manifestation created by Nuit
  • Nuit is the manifestation resulting from the action of Hadit

“Had!” could also be a call to the soul requesting attention to the proclamation that Nuit is now manifest or in the process of manifesting something (the transmission of the first book of Liber Al for instance).

I suspect the latter to be more accurate as the manifestation of both Nuit and Hadit are mutually interdependent. You cannot have one without the other. Yet with anything symbolic there can be many meanings. The first sentence could mean any of the above, all of the above or none of them, and I could be, as with all this comment, talking out of my bum!

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3. Every man and every woman is a star.
4. Every number is infinite; there is no difference.

Everyone is a unique and holy being. Everyone is sacred. Everyone is their own authority, and everyone is their own king/queen. No one can take this away from you, even yourself. You can choose to enslave yourself, if it’s your Will to do so, however you can choose to regain your divine throne at any time you wish and no-one can stop you.

Every soul has its path through life and this universe just as the heavenly stars do in the night sky. Follow your path and the universe will not put blocks in the way, however; few, if any, know their path or only see it dimly. Finding your path, or true Will, is necessary before you can start to unshackle yourself from the ties that hold you back at present time.

5. Help me, o warrior lord of Thebes, in my unveiling before the Children of men!
6. Be thou Hadit, my secret centre, my heart & my tongue!

A request to the scribe for assistance in the job at hand. In other words, someone has to write this all down for the Law to be promulgated and Aleister Crowley was the chosen one for this task.

7. Behold! it is revealed by Aiwass the minister of Hoor-paar-kraat.

Aiwass, a discarnate entity transmitting the Book of the Law to the Beast 666, Aleister Crowley, on behalf of higher intelligences. AC stated that he appeared to him over his shoulder during the hours of the reception of Liber Al and spoke to him in a normal manner. In other words, the voice was heard via the ears instead of being a voice in his head. At a later date, Crowley eventually came to the conclusion that Aiwass was his own holy Guardian Angel.

8. The Khabs is in the Khu, not the Khu in the Khabs.

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