The Book of Lies, Which Is Also Falsely Called Breaks: The Wanderings of Falsifications of the One Thought of Frat - Chapters 71-80 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 71-80 Summary

Chapter seventy-one is an anthem repeating that there is no better way to purify the mind and body than Pranayama.

In chapter seventy-two, Crowley writes of a word that if spoken would destroy the universe. This destruction will be absolute, destroying even logic, which Crowley says is just a game.

Chapter seventy-three begins with Death riding a camel, which struggles forward without water. The camel aspires only to die, which Crowley explains will reunite it with the infinite.

Chapter seventy-four describes how nothing came to be conscious and individualized, which Crowley sees as a negative development. Crowley seeks to return to nothing, so he prepares to sail to Laylah.

In chapter seventy-five, Crowley cannot decide whether to give up all his material possessions for Laylah or Laylah for all his material possessions. Crowley explains that this indecisiveness allows a man to...

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