7:30pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday; April 8th, 9th, and 10th
At Knights Templar Oasis
Doors open at 7:30pm, Reading of Liber AL begins at 8:00pm, followed by Feasting
Potluck: Bring finger foods or monetary donations towards food.
All manner of wine and wines that foam are welcome!
Crowley wrote The Book of the Law on 8, 9 and 10 April 1904, between the hours of noon and 1:00 pm. As he sat at his desk in Cairo, the voice of Aiwass, the messenger of Horus, came from over his left shoulder. The first chapter is from Nuit, the Egyptian goddess of the night sky, called the Queen of Space. Crowley calls her the “Lady of the Starry Heaven, who is also Matter in its deepest metaphysical sense, who is the infinite in whom all we live and move and have our being.” The second is from Hadit, who refers to himself as the “complement of Nu,” his bride. As such, he is the infinitely condensed point, the center of her infinite circumference. “He is eternal energy, the Infinite Motion of Things, the central core of all being.” The third is from Ra-Hoor-Khuit, “a god of War and of Vengeance”, also identified as Hoor-paar-kraat, the Crowned and Conquering Child. Crowley sums them up, “we have Nuit, Space, Hadit, the point of view; these experience congress, and so produce Heru-Ra-Ha, who combines the ideas of Ra-Hoor-Khuit and Hoor-paar-Kraat.”