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A.·. A.·. Syllabus
Account of A.·. A.·.
Book of the Law
Mass of the Phoenix
Slopes of Abiegnus
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essays on crowley
Facts and Phallacies
The Freedom of Doubt
The Included Middle
A Letter to Close
Why Crowley Doesn't Suck
The Book of Dzyan
"the law of the strong: this is our law and the joy of the world." - AL II:2
"Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law." - AL I:40
"thou hast no right but to do thy will. Do that, and no other shall say nay." - AL I:42-3
"Every man and every woman is a star." - AL I:3
1. Man has the right to live by his own law-
to live in the way that he wills to do:
to work as he will:
to play as he will:
to rest as he will:
to die when and how he will.
2. Man has the right to eat what he will:
to drink what he will:
to dwell where he will:
to move as he will on the face of the earth.
3. Man has the right to think what he will:
to speak what he will:
to write what he will:
to draw, paint, carve, etch, mould, build as he will:
to dress as he will.
4. Man has the right to love as he will:-
"take your fill and will of love as ye will,
when, where, and with whom ye will." - AL I:51
5. Man has the right to kill those who would thwart these rights.
"the slaves shall serve." - AL II:58