The Book of Lies, Which Is Also Falsely Called Breaks: The Wanderings of Falsifications of the One Thought of Frat - Chapters 51-60 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 51-60 Summary

Chapter fifty-one is another encouragement to doubt everything. It is only by doubting in everything that a man can reach his deepest state of mind (THAT), which he must then kill.

Crowley begins chapter fifty-two telling of the many books he has written explaining THE GREAT WORK. When men come to Crowley asking him to explain this work to them, he refuses. Crowley closes the chapter advising people to speak less and work more to understand THE GREAT WORK.

Chapter fifty-two describes a man attempting to find water using a divining rod. When the man finds water beneath the horse paddock, the horse inside grows wings and becomes Pegasus. Inside the paddock is also the Toad, which Crowley identifies with the feminine force of the universe.

The fifty-fourth chapter describes a group of workers who are sitting idle waiting for THE...

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