The Book of Lies, Which Is Also Falsely Called Breaks: The Wanderings of Falsifications of the One Thought of Frat - Chapters 61-70 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 61-70 Summary

Chapter sixty-one is a series of puns. The essential meaning of these puns is that once a man's karma is in balance (that is, he owes and is owed nothing) THE GREAT WORK can be finished, which will be the destruction of the universe.

Chapter sixty-two explains many of the symbols used in the blood-ritual discussed in chapter forty-four. It explains that the ritual is about being reborn like a Phoenix.

At the beginning of chapter sixty-three, Crowley writes that he loves LAYLAH but does not have her. Crowley proceeds to say that he gave up all things for LAYLAH's unity, and she gave up her unity for all things. Crowley proclaims himself to be all powerful and demands a hut, some straw, and LAYLAH naked.

The sixty-third chapter is a conversation between Crowley and the angels DIN and DONI. The...

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