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עיוז = 93

While Chapter One of The Book originates with Nuit, and Chapter Two with Hadit, and Chapter Three is the words of Ra-Hoor-Khuit, it was the voice of Aiwass that Crowley heard speaking the words of these three deities. Nuit says in Chapter One, “Behold! it is revealed by Aiwass the minister of Hoor-paar-Kraat”. So, Aiwass is speaking for the mute infant, Hoor-paar-kratt, but he (discorporate spirit that he is) is also transmitting the words of the real three authors of The Book.

        “Beneath [Aiwass’] feet is the kingdom, and upon his head the crown. He is spirit and matter; he is peace and power; in him is Chaos and Night and Pan, and upon Babalon his concubine, that hath made him drunk upon the blood of the saints that she hath gathered in her golden cup, hath he begotten the virgin that now he doth deflower. And this is that which is written: Malkuth shall be uplifted and set upon the throne of Binah. And this is the stone of the philosophers that is set as a seal upon the tomb of Tetragrammaton, and the elixir of life that is distilled from the blood of the saints, and the red powder that is the grinding-up of the bones of Choronzon.” – The Vision and the Voice, p210

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