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Liber 570

Liber 570

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LIBER 
DCCCXIII
VEL
 
ARARITA
SUB FIGVRÂ
 
DLXX
 
 
 
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 Publication in Class A
The full knowledge of the interpretation of this book isconcealed from all. The Philosophus must nevertheless acquirea copy and throughly acquaint himself with the contents. Hemust commit one chapter to memory.
 
 
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. O my God! One is Thy Beginning! One is Thy Spirit,and Thy Permutation One!
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. Let me extol Thy perfections before men.
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. In the Image of a Sixfold Star that flameth across theVault inane, let me re-veil Thy perfections.
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. Thou hast appeared unto me as an agèd God, avenerable God, the Lord of Time, bearing a sharp sickle.
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. Thou hast appeared unto me as a jocund and ruddyGod, full of Majesty, a King, a Father in his prime. Thoudidst bear the sceptre of the Universe, crowned with theWheel of the Spirit.
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. Thou hast appeared unto me with sword and spear, awarrior God in flaming armour among Thine horsemen.
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. Thou hast appeared unto me as a young and brilliantGod, a god of music and beauty, even as a young god in hisstrength, playing upon the lyre.
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. Thou has appeared unto me as the white foam of Ocean gathered into limbs whiter than the foam, the limbs of a miracle of women, as a goddess of extreme love, bearingthe girdle of gold.

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