The Book of Lies, Which Is Also Falsely Called Breaks: The Wanderings of Falsifications of the One Thought of Frat - Chapters 21-30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21-30 Summary

In the twenty-first chapter, Crowley writes that it is not necessary to understand God but to simply adore him. Furthermore, since people are created in God's image, and people create in their own, what people create must be in the image of God.

Crowley begins the twenty-second chapter with a parable about waiters at fine restaurants. They flatter him, so he believes them to be perfect judges of a man's worth. Crowley maintains that waiters really are excellent judges of character because they serve and have no interests in the lives of their customers. This leads Crowley to conclude that an absolute monarch would be the best ruler, but since he could never be without self-interest, Pure Chance is better. Fortunately, Pure Chance does rule the universe.

In the twenty-third chapter, Crowley tells his followers to leave easy lives, the world...

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