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Parsons, BABALON, Wormwood, Dee

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Belarion, O.T.O. (Jack Parsons) The Seventh Ray 1976 - C.R. Runyon - Editor Editor's note: Jack Parsons died in a laboratory accident in 1952. Author's Preface Since I first wrote this essay in 1946, some of the more ominous predictions have been fulfilled. The golden voice of social security, of socialized "this" and socialized "that", with its attendant confiscatory taxation and intrusion on individual liberty, is everywhere raised and everywhere heeded. As I write, the United States Senate is pursuing a burlesque investigation into the sphere of private sexual morals, which will accomplish nothing except to bring pain and sorrow to many innocent persons. The inertia and acquiescence which allows the suspension of our liberties would once have been unthinkable.

In this 1950 view some of my more hopeful utterances may appear almost naive. We are one nation but we are also one world. Chapter 1 ...Objectively, we know nothing at all. Jack Parsons and the Fall Of Babalon. Bare-Faced Messiah: Timeline. ENOCH AND THE DAY OF THE END. ENOCH and the Day of the End the Mystery of the Eight Day and the Christian Angelic Hermeticism of dr.John Dee A Revised Edition dr.John Dee (1527 - 1608) Elizabethan scholar & astrologer Royal dedicated to Nalvage Table of Contents Acknowledgment Preface Introduction Prolegomena Chapter 1 The First Vision : the Book of Watchers Chapter 2 The Second Vision : the Three Parables Chapter 3 The Heavenly Luminaries Chapter 4 The Book of Dream-Visions Chapter 5 The Apocalypse of Weeks Chapter 6 Enoch & the Judeo-Christian tradition Prologue Chapter 07 Two Enochian Keymakers Chapter 08 How ?


Chapter 13 The Prayer of Enoch Epilogue Selected Bibliography. Liber Babalon: The Thunder, Perfect Mind. Babalon. Three aspects[edit] Babalon is a complex figure, although within Thelemic literature, she has three essential aspects: she is the Gateway to the City of the Pyramids, the Scarlet Woman and the Great Mother. [citation needed] Gateway to the City of Pyramids[edit] However, Babalon is just on the other side, beckoning. If the adept gives himself totally to her—the symbol of this act being the pouring of the adept’s blood into her graal — he becomes impregnated in her, then to be reborn as a Master of the Temple and a saint that dwells in the City of the Pyramids. [S]he guardeth the Abyss. And from The Vision and the Voice (12th Aethyr): Let him look upon the cup whose blood is mingled therein, for the wine of the cup is the blood of the saints.

She is considered to be a sacred whore because she denies no one, and yet she extracts a great price — the very blood of the adept and his ego-identity as an earthly individual. Office of the Scarlet Woman[edit] Individual scarlet women[edit] Astaroth. Liber 49 - The Book of Babalon. Sacred texts Thelema January 4 - March 4, 1946 E.V.

Liber 49 - The Book of Babalon

This book contains the record of a magical experiment relating to the invocation of an elemental, the thereafter of the Goddess or Force called BABALON, and the results thereof. An appendix con- tains some details of the method, published for the first time. The contents should be clear enough to those who are prepared for understanding, and a little study and effort should make it so for those who desire understanding.

For the rest, each will no doubt interpret it in accord with his own predilections. A note on the underlying philosophy. This force is completely blind, depending upon the men and women in whom it manifests and who guide it. The catastrophic trend is due to our lack of understanding of our own natures. This impasse is broken by the incarnation of another sort of force, called BABALON. It is indicated that this force is actually incarnate in some living woman, as the result of the described magical operation. 1. (Note. Typhonian Ordo Templi Orientis Article #XI - Michael Staley - Th.