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By Aleister Crowley
A dialogue of the basics and necessities of either magick and mysticism. Illustrated. thesaurus.
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Once the circle is made and consecrated, the Magician must not leave it, or even lean outside, lest he be destroyed by the hostile forces that are without. , 1. He affirms thereby his identity with the infinite. 2. He affirms the equal balance of his working; since all points on the circumference are equidistant from the centre. 3. He affirms the limitation implied by his devotion to the Great Work. He no longer wanders about aimlessly in the world. The centre of this circle is the centre of the Tau of ten squares which is in the midst, as shown in the illustration.
Even the size of the weapons must be determined by necessary proportion. The exceptions to this rule are the Lamp, which hangs from the roof, above the centre of the Circle, above the square of Tiphereth; and the Oil, whose phial is so small that it will suit any altar. On the Circle are inscribed the Names of God; the Circle is of green, and the names are in flaming vermilion, of the same colour as the Tau. Without the Circle are nine pentagrams equidistant, footnote: Some magicians prefer seven lamps, for the seven Spirits of God that are before the Throne.
The Shiva Sanhita, or the Hathayoga Pradipika. 7. E. xxxix, xl. 8. The Spiritual Guide, by Miguel de Molinos. 9. Rituel et Dogme de la Haute Magie, by Eliphas Levi, or its translation by A. E. Waite. 10. The Goetia of the Lemegeton of Solomon the King. These books should be well studied in any case in conjunction with the second part — Magick — of this Book IV. Study of these books will give a thorough grounding in the intellectual side of Their system. After three months the Student is examined in these books, and if his knowledge of them is found satisfactory, he may become a Probationer, receiving Liber LXI and the secret holy book, Liber LXV.
Book 4 by Aleister Crowley