The ancient Egyptian hieroglyph on the title page of For the Thelemites shows the equipment of the Egyptian scribe and is used as ideogram of sesh, “scribe”. It depicts a rectangular palette with two circles representing the two sacred colours used by the scribe in texts: the black ink and the red. In the centre is shown a water pot and beside it a pen and pen holder. The two principal colours used on this website are black and red!
• Discover, among many things, what “the “blinds” and stupid meaningless ciphers” in Aleister Crowley’s Cairo diary mean – the Author of For the Thelemites has performed a magickal work that reveals their meanings!
Discover also where Crowley got the folded piece of paper from that was used as a title page for Liber L vel Legis! Read also about J. F. C. Fuller’s sabotage of the Law of Thelema!
Read online or download this illustrated 87-page preview of the book as a PDF file.
[May need further proof reading]
• IMPORTANT NOTICE: In the PDF files found on this website you will sometimes discover that there is an error in grammar when it comes to the word “not” – sometimes it appears in the wrong place. This happens to be a reminder that לא, lo, not, no, is the great challenge for man and therefore a subject of the greatest importance in Liber L vel Legis as well as in For the Thelemites! (But see the page "Liber L – The Key")
• Above: Ankh-af-na-khonsu invoking Re-Horakhet – the ‘Ra-Hoor-Khut’ of Liber L vel Legis. From the ‘Stélé of Revealing’ – Stèle 666 of Ankhefenkhons i, (Cairo A 9422), which during the Cairo Working in March and April 1904 E.V. was exhibited in the newly built Cairo Museum at Kasr en-Nil.