1. What are the four triads Crowley uses to set forth his theory of the universe's creation?
The first triad is referred to as the Ante Primal Triad, which exists even in the nothingness before God. God is both the first and second triads. In the first, God comes into existence and creates both knowledge and light. In the second, 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.
2. What does Crowley write of Horus in "The Cry of the Hawk"?
In this chapter, Crowley writes a "Lord's Prayer" appropriate for Horus that explains Horus' kingdom is the present and his will already accomplished. Further, in the prayer Crowley asks Horus to take away both the concept of good and evil so that he can become like Horus.
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