• The book opens with a mark of interrogation and exclamation and then leads into "The Chapter that is not a chapter," which sets forth a complete theory of how the universe came into existence in four separate triads.
• God is both the first and second triads.
• In the second triad, Crowley tells us that God is concealed in nature but obvious in the heart.
• In the third triad, existence goes from wavering to stable and the world come into being.
• In Chapter 1, Crowley explains that energy is divided into two parts: life and death.
• Crowley encourages the reader to both create new life but also to destroy one's own, as it is unacceptable to do only one.
• Chapter 2 is dedicated to the Ancient Egyptian god Horus, or the Hawk. In it, Crowley advises the reader to do as they please.
• Chapter 3 is dedicated to the Oyster...
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