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

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Given the name of the book, do you believe it is meant to hold any truth for anyone outside of Crowley himself?

On balance, is Laylah a positive or negative influence on Frater Perdurabo throughout the book?

Would you describe Crowley's philosophy as more worldly or spiritual?

Which is more central to Crowley's philosophy: love or death? (Or is this a dichotomy?)

How would you describe The Path as presented in the book?

Crowley often refers to thought as a disease and likewise dismisses language as misleading. Is it not then inherently contradictory for him to write a book on such subjects? How do you believe Crowley would respond to this question?

Crowley frequently condemns indulging in worldly pleasures throughout the book but also portrays himself as frequently partaking in them. Is this hypocrisy? If charged with hypocrisy, how would Crowley respond?

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