The Book of Lies, Which Is Also Falsely Called Breaks: The Wanderings of Falsifications of the One Thought of Frat Characters

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Frater Perdurabo

This is Crowley himself, although he occasionally hints that he is separable from this title. The name is a magical title Crowley took when he was initiated into the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, and it is Latin for "I will endure to the end." Perdurabo is the leader of the magic order Angel and Abyss (referred to in the book as A followed by three dots in a pyramid shape and then duplicated), and his teachings fill most of the book. Perdurabo is the seventh Master of the Temple, preceded by such major religious figures as Lau-tzu, Buddha, Moses, and Muhammad. Perdurabo's teachings often seem serious, but he often finds some humor in them, suggesting a wry sense of humor. Accordingly, he is usually portrayed as a magician of great power and knowledge. Although he often preaches against material attachments, Perdurabo frequently partakes in material...

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