Liber V vel Reguli – the “Book of the Princes” or “The Ritual of the Mark of the Beast” – is, in Crowley’s words, “an incantation proper to invoke. Posts about liber v vel reguli written by IAO –Liber Liberi vel Lapidus Lazuli sub figura VII, III If one persists in the work of the first. It concerns Liber V vel Reguli: 11/ The article examines the.
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Thelema and Skepticism: On Liber V vel Reguli
Magick Ritual Works of Aleister Crowley. Liber V vel Regulilit. Let the Magician strike the Battery: At some points in the ritual, the rubric calls for gestures related to chakras on the body. This is a basic diagram:. Retrieved from ” http: This page has been accessed times. This page was last modified Disclaimers]] Not logged in Log in Help.
Table of contents 1 The ritual. Let him pace his Path until he comes to the North; there let him halt, and turn his face to the North.
On Liber V vel Reguli
Let him make the sign called Puellastanding with his feet together, head bowed, his left hand shielding the muladhara cakra, and his right hand shielding his breast attitude of the Venus de Medici. Let him turn again to the Left, and pursue his Path as before, projecting the Force from Boleskine as he passeth; let him halt when he next cometh to the South, and face outward.
Let him trace the Averse Pentagram that invoketh Fire Leo. Let him give the sign Puerstanding with feet together and head erect.
Let his right hand the thumb extended at right angles to the fingers be raised, the forearm vertical at a right angle with the upper arm, which is horizontally extended in the line joining the shoulders.
Let his left hand, the thumb extended forwards, and the fingers clenched, rest at the junction of the thighs attitudes of the gods MentuKhemetc. Let him proceed as before; then in the East, let him make the Averse Pentagram that invoketh Earth Taurus.
Let him give the sign called Virthe feet being together. The hands, with clenched fingers and thumbs thrust out forwards, are held to the temples; the head is then bowed and pushed out, as if to symbolize the butting of an horned beast attitude of PanBacchusetc. Proceding as before, let him make in the West the Averse Pentagram whereby Water is invoked.
Let him give the sign Mulier. The feet are widely separated, and the arms raised so as to suggest a crescent. See Book 4, Part II. Let him break into the dance, tracing a centripetal spiral widdershins, enriched by revolutions upon his axis as he passeth each Quarter, until he come to the centre of the Vl.
There let him halt, facing Boleskine.
Let him trace the Invoking Hexagram of The Beast. Let him lower the Wand, striking the Earth therewith.
Liber V vel Reguli Commented
Let him give the sign of Mater Triumphans. The feet are together; the left arm is curved as if it supported a child; the thumb and index finger of the right hand pinch the nipple of the left breast, as if offering it to that child. Perform the Spiral Dance, moving deosil and whirling widdershins. Each time on passing the West extend the Wand to the Quarter in question, and bow: Not logged in Log in Help.
Take a step forward with the left foot, and then leaning the body forward while thrusting out with both hands, fingers outstretched, as if reaching for something. Puella Standing upright, place open right hand over the breast, and the open left hand over the groin. Puer Right arm forms an “L”, with closed hand, thumb pointing towards the head. Closed left hand rests at the base of the torso, thumb pointing away from the body.
Vir Place closed hands at the temples with thumbs facing outwards, resembling horns.
Feet are a little over shoulder width apart, facing forward. Head looking downwards, the right hand pinches the left nipple, while the left hand cradles just below solar plexus, as if holding a baby. This is a basic diagram: