Sunday, 6 July 2008

Stone of Destiny

Hanging out with a Thelemite reality show winner. After his victory he went to live in Northumberland, which I'd quite like to visit. He's apparently quite famous. Wants to steal the Stone of Destiny and place it in Jerusalem, thereby causing Armageddon. Have volunteered to help.

NO I don't have time to explain.


....oh allright then follow this link...http://jahtruth.net/liafail.htm

P.S. Have finally understood what Thelemite really means... it means selfish lazy inconsiderate fucking bastard. The adepts are generally men.

"Do what thou wilt--then do nothing else"

A. Your Duty to Self: describes the self as the center of the universe, with a call to learn about one's inner nature. Admonishes to develop every faculty in a balanced way, establish one's autonomy, and to devote to the service of one's own True Will.
B. Your Duty to Others: admonishes to eliminate the illusion of separateness between oneself and all others, to fight when necessary, to avoid interfering with the Wills of others, to enlighten others when needed, and to worship the divine nature of all other beings.
C. Your Duty to Mankind: admonishes that the Law of Thelema should be the sole basis of conduct. That the laws of the land should have the aim of securing the greatest liberty for all individuals. Crime is described as being a violation of one's True Will.
D. Your Duty to All Other Beings and Things: admonishes the application of the Law of Thelema to all problems and states that "It is a violation of the Law of Thelema to abuse the natural qualities of any animal or object by diverting it from its proper function" and "The Law of Thelema is to be applied unflinchingly to decide every question of conduct."

Or...these Thelemites are only doing A.

4 comments:

  1. OK, but if the world is destroyed, all the stars explode and time and space get sucked up by God's milkshake straw then be prepared to receive some very nasty letters!

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  2. Read out on "points of view" in funny voices?

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  3. Send me a postcard. It'll be interesting to see if Royal Mail survive Armageddon.

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  4. Guess I'm just commenting because you did it first. I'm all for the destruction of the world, especially in Biblical places.

    Best of luck.

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