The Book of Lies, Which Is Also Falsely Called Breaks: The Wanderings of Falsifications of the One Thought of Frat - Chapters 81-91 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 81-91 Summary

In chapter eighty-one, Crowley claims that he is not an anarchist because he fears what policemen would do if not heavily restrained. Instead, Crowley wants to create a society where rulers care for their subjects like a father to his children.

In the first verse of chapter eighty-two, Crowley declares that there is no individual ego, no joy and that nothing lasts forever. This leads Crowley to wonder in the second verse how it is that everything dies but eternally returns. Crowley concludes in verse three that it is Love that destroys nothingness and recreates life.

Chapter eighty-three is advice to the Adepts. Crowley tells them that since they know that the many is the same as nothing, they do not need to analyze it further but can instead enjoy life.

The beginning of chapter eighty-four explains that to understand the...

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