Monday, April 25, 2011

Young Mr. Crowley
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With Verbal Punctuation 
From the "Wickedest Man In the World" 
Aleister Crowley 1875 - 1947

"It is impossible to lay down precise rules by which a man may attain to the knowledge and conversation of His Holy Guardian Angel; for that is the particular secret of each one of us; a secret not to be told or even divined by any other, whatever his grade. It is the Holy of Holies, whereof each man is his own High Priest, and none knoweth the Name of his brother's God, or the Rite that invokes Him."
Book 4, One Star in Sight

Hidden, hidden, hidden away in a small little story today in the Daily Yomiuri Online  we find the information that radiation from plant 1 alone is leaking into the atmosphere at 154 terabecquerels per day. Previously, on April 5,  authorities from the Japanese Nuclear Safety Commission had assured the world that radiation from the Fukushima Daiichi complex was "less than 1 terabecquerel per hour."  Our imagination flies to the stars meditating on the nature of the occult knowledge the nuclear priests are guarding from the eyes of the uninitiated. 
Garnered from Japanese blogger EX-SKF via Natural News. 

"The conscience of the world is so guilty that it always assumes that people who investigate heresies must be heretics; just as if a doctor who studies leprosy must be a leper. Indeed, it is only recently that science has been allowed to study anything without reproach." 

Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan is under pressure to step down after his Japan Democratic Party suffered defeats in local elections Sunday. A new puppet may be pulled out of the trunk but the Wizards behind the curtain will continue to pull the strings. 

“‘All in this kind are but shadows’ says Shakespeare, referring to actors. The Universe is a Puppet-Play for the amusement of Nuit and Hadit in their Nuptials; a very Midsummer Night’s Dream. So then we laugh at the mock woes of Pyramus and Thisbe, the clumsy gambols of Bottom; for we understand the Truth of Things, how all is a Dance of Ecstasy.”
-Commentary to the Book of the Law, II:9

High resolution photographs reveal in all its splendour the nuclear plant complex at Fukushima Daiichi. Blogger Lucas Whitfield Hixson walks us through the photographic evidence which reveals the extremely dangerous nature of the damage at the MOX fueled reactor at plant 3. He deduces that the top of the reactor and the containment vessel itself was blown off by the hydrogen explosion that occurred within the reactor itself, releasing plutonium and spent fuel into the atmosphere. 

"The pious pretense that evil does not exist only makes it vague, enormous and menacing."

The fishing industry in Japan may have been dealt a fatal blow by the tsunami and its related issues reports the San Francisco chronicle:
"Thirty years ago we used to think Japan was the number one fishing country in the world, with the best catching and processing methods, but that's really no longer the case," Ryosuke Sato, chairman of the Kesennuma Fisheries Cooperative Association, said in an interview in the town, 400 kilometers (250 miles) north of Tokyo. "We've been in terminal decline."

"Every serious or spiritual thought is made a jest; poets are thought "soft" and "cowardly," apparently because they are the only boys with a will of their own and courage to hold out against the whole school, boys and masters in league as once were Pilate and Herod; honour is replaced by expediency, holiness by hypocrisy. Even where we find thoroughly good seed sprouting in favourable ground, too often is there a frittering away of the forces. Facile encouragement of a poet or painter is far worse for him than any amount of opposition."
- Energized Enthusiasm

The market for silver has taken off. The $1500 per ounce price of gold is at an all-time high in our magick fiat dollars, yet many have just realized that the price of silver related to the price of gold is at a historical low, despite the fact that at $44 an ounce, silver is also at an all time high. This reveals about a 34:1 gold to silver price ratio. Over the centuries this ratio has coursed around 14:1. This fact alone tells us that silver has a long way to go before it reaches its natural value. (The cynic might say that gold has a long way to fall.) Silver is more important industrially than gold in our day and it is required for many of our electronic toys, your high definition TV and cell phone being two of them.
Silver has also been the precious metal whose value has been repressed for a hundred and fifty years by the teeter-tottering modern banking system headquartered in the City of London.
$100 an ounce silver is a very reasonable expectation.
Some are predicting much higher prices. 

There, in that sanctuary of silences,
There is a Word,
The Word that built the city, never heard
By any of those archangel phalanxes,
Unuttered even in the holy heart
Of God, or breathed by its own lightning breath,
Since from all being it stands ever apart,
Its name being Life, and that name's echo Death.
 The City of God

We find out that University at Buffalo physicist Dejan Stojkovic and his colleagues proposed in 2010  that the early universe had one dimension and acquired more as the universe developed and expanded until it reached the three dimensional nature we are familiar with today. The Universe may assume a four dimensional nature in an expanded future. 

"Part of the public horror of sexual irregularity so-called is due to the fact that everyone knows himself essentially guilty."

Authorities in Malaysia are sending boys with feminine mannerisms to a boot camp designed to train them in proper masculine behaviour reports

"This is a character-building program,” Daud was quoted by The New Straits Times as saying.
“We hope the students will emerge stronger, physically and mentally, after attending the camp.
The minister said that the camp is the first of many series in the program.
“The first batch is made up of boys, aged between 13 and 17, who happen to display some feminine characteristics."
Daud said the camp does not aim to change the students' sexual preferences and has nothing to do with anti-gay sentiments.
"These boys were without many friends before but chances are, after the camp, they will be much stronger and emerge with a higher level of self-confidence." The minister denied that the camp was a military-style, adding that students only march in unison every morning.
"But the rest of the day would be filled with activities such as jungle trekking, paintball, aerobic workouts and several other fun activities,"
[State education department director Razali] Daud said.
The program also includes religious lectures, visits to local mosques and interaction with local residents.
"They would be divided into groups and each group would be assigned tasks, including hoisting the national flag and reciting the Rukun Negara (a national ideology which is supportive of religion),” the minister said.

 This is a heartwarming tale. The boys will make friends for life at this camp. 

SWEET, sweet are May and June, dear,
        The loves of lambent spring,
      Our lamp the drooping moon, dear,
        Our roof, the stars that sing;
      The bed, of moss and roses;
        The night, as long as death!
        Still, breath!
      Life wakens and reposes,
        Love ever quickeneth!

Sweet, sweet, when Lion and Maiden,
        The motley months of gold,
      Swoop down with sunlight laden,
        And eyes are bright and bold.
      Life-swelling breasts uncover
        Their warm involving deep --
        Love, sleep! --
      And love lies with lover
        On air's substantial steep.  

"Lam" 1918, portrait by Aleister Crowley of the extra-dimensional entity he invoked, used as the frontispiece to his commentary on Blavatsky's, The Voice of the Silence, with this description: "LAM is the Tibetan word for Way or Path, and LAMA is He who Goeth, the specific title of the Gods of Egypt, the Treader of the Path, in Buddhistic phraseology. Its numerical value is 71, the number of this book."

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