The Book of Lies, Which Is Also Falsely Called Breaks: The Wanderings of Falsifications of the One Thought of Frat - Chapters 10-20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10-20 Summary

In the tenth chapter, Crowley informs the reader that while The Abyss may appear to have some logical structure, this is just an illusion. Furthermore, silence is impossible in the Abyss because it speaks through what men believe is silence. The Abyss is another name for Hell as well as Consciousness and the Universe. However, a person who is not silent but also does not speak, can find joy in the Abyss.

The eleventh chapter begins with a description of the universe. Above The Abyss are the Holy Three-in-Naught: Nuit, Hadit, and Ra-Hoor-Khuit. Below these three are Chaos and Babalon, which appear to be separate but are actually united. Pan is all things, but the Night of Pan—in which the things listed above reside—is the destruction of all things. Light shoots down through The Abyss, uniting what...

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