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

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Love

Crowley portrays love as the most important force in the universe. According to Crowley, Love is not just the source of new life but also of death, which Crowley views as equally important. This is because Love brings two together as one, thus killing the individual egos. This is true not just between a man and a woman but also at a universal level with the gods Hadit and Nuit. For Crowley, existence moves in a cycle from Nothing to the One to the Many and back again endlessly. In order for the Many to ultimately once again become Nothing, a man must surrender himself through love to everything in the universe.

However, at some points in the book, Crowley expresses some ambivalence about love insofar as it can lead a person from The Path. This is illustrated by the sub-plot concerning Laylah. Although Crowley frequently writes that...

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