The Book of Lies, Which Is Also Falsely Called Breaks: The Wanderings of Falsifications of the One Thought of Frat - Chapters 31-40 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 31-40 Summary

In the thirty-first chapter, Crowley introduces IT, which he defines as Ultimate Reality. Ultimate Reality is a series of contradictions (simple but complex, true and false). If a man can comprehend these contradictions, the chain of reason on his neck will be broken.

In the thirty-second chapter, FRATER PERDURABO explains that nothing is done well until the person doing it is completely unaware of it. An act must be practiced almost infinitely so that it becomes unconscious.

In the thirty-third chapter, a Templar martyr named IACUBUS BURGUNDUS MOLENSIS explains that GOD is a two-headed eagle. This eagle can go through fire without getting burnt and water without getting wet.

Crowley reveals in the thirty-fourth chapter that while man believes he is the highest predator in nature, he is actually the prey of God. Consequently, Crowley recommends man to love to the...

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