Aleister Crowley’s “law” is psychopathic when you think about it. If everybody went around doing whatever they “wilt” without any other laws to protect people that would be tantamount to letting psychopaths rule the world which seems to be exactly where we are today.
Just to be clear I’m not saying that everyone who is interested in Crowley’s work is a psychopath. For example, I myself own a Thoth tarot deck that was designed by Aleister Crowley and painted by Lady Frieda Harris which has incredible artwork and symbolism. My criticism is directed at Crowley’s law which is completely devoid of consideration for other people. Contrast “do unto others as you would have them do unto you” with “do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law” and maybe you can appreciate my concern.
Crowley claimed the disincarnate being Aiwass dictated The Book of the Law to him on April 8-10th, 1904.
In my post on Repeating Ones I show how Crowley’s philosophy which is called “thelema” equates to the number 93. But let’s take a closer look at this “law”:
“Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law”
The phrase has 11 words (repeating ones) and most significant to what I’m talking about here, 37 letters.
37 ties right back in with repeating ones because 37 x 3 = 111.
Also 37 is the 13th prime number. Lucky 13 is very important in the symbolism of America.
Consider the Great Seal of the United States’ 13 stripes on the shield, 13 stars, 13 arrows, 13 leaves, 13 olives and even the 13 colonies. Never mind the 33 feathers on one wing and 32 on the other.
The Bankers Trust
14 Wall Street has 37 floors. 14 Wall Street was originally named the “Bankers Trust Building” because it was the HQ of Bankers Trust (now a part of Deutsche Bank). The roof is a pyramid with apertures at the top where you’d expect the all seeing eye to be.
Bankers Trust Building
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When the building was completed in 1912 it was the world’s tallest bank building with a height of 539 feet. It was an icon of Wall Street and J.P. Morgan himself had an apartment on the 31st floor.
Bankers Trust adopted the pyramid on top of 14 Wall Street as its trademark:
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Banker’s Trust’s slogan was:
“A Tower of Strength”
If you read my Repeating Ones post you might recall that “a tower of strength” is Boaz (built into all Masonic lodges), representing the Sun, the left brain, and all the things the WTC North Tower represented before 9/11.
I don’t know about you but I don’t exactly trust bankers, especially those that engage in fractional reserve banking.
The concept for the building design was to build a replica of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus (wonder of the ancient world) on top of a square shaft, a bit like a benben (see One Canada Square in my 864 post for an analogue).
Mausoleum of Halicarnassus
If you watched my Washington DC videos you might recall how the House of the Temple (HQ of Scottish Freemasonry in Washington DC) was also built as a replica of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus.
House of the Temple
The Mausoleum of Halicarnassus was the tomb of King Mausolus which is where we get the word “mausoleum”. The House of the Temple is the tomb of Albert Pike but the Banker’s Trust building isn’t a tomb as far as I can tell.
Codes and Ciphers
Grant Chamberlin is a fan of my videos who has been sending me his on-the-ground research in NY’s central park (he’s found some great stuff I’ll share later). Grants says that if you do a simple substitution cipher where A=1, B=2, C=3, on up to Z = 26 on Crowley’s famous phrase “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law,” the numbers add up to 444.
This sum reminds me of the London Eye’s 444′ height. Note the masonic compasses holding up the “eye.”
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Also the word “Magick” which is a term Crowley popularized adds up to 44.
Aleister Crowley chose this spelling to differentiate the occult “magick” from stage magic and defined it as “the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will”, including both “mundane” acts of will as well as ritual magic.
Ones are not the only number having significance when they repeat. Consider the Washington Monument’s height of 555 feet which just happens to be equal to 6660 inches. But I digress.
Another interesting fact Grant points out is that using this simplest of ciphers on the letters KKK yields 11+11+11 = 33. That bit of math sure reminds me of the Bank of America’s logo with its three “11’s”:
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Again, I’m not saying the Bank of America or anyone that works there is in any way related to the KKK other than through number symbolism. Perhaps there is nothing to this correlation. That’s for you to decide. I’m reporting on synchronistic discoveries that come to me and hopefully that is why you are reading my blog.
“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without [necessarily] accepting it.” -Aristotle
I think most everyone can agree that the psychopathic Klu Klux Klan is right up there with Nazism and the Catholic Inquisition as the worst organizations ever to exist on planet Earth.
The first Klan was founded in 1865 in Pulaski, Tennessee, as a terrorist organization by veterans of the Confederate Army. They named it after the Greek word ‘Kuklos”, which means circle. The name supposedly means “Circle of Brothers.”
Freemasonrywatch.org brings us full circle with this little-known and often-suppressed fact:
Albert Pike held the office of Chief Justice of the KKK while he was simultaneously Sovereign Grand Commander of the Scottish Rite of Masonry, in the Southern Jurisdiction [whose HQ is the House of the Temple].
Albert Pike (1809-1891)
Former Confederate General Albert Pike was the most famous Scottish Freemason of his times. Pike wrote “Morals and Dogma”, the handbook formerly given to new members up until 1974 which details the 33 ranks of freemasonry.
Pike is the only Confederate military officer or figure to be honored with an outdoor statue in Washington, D.C.
Most freemasons are well meaning people that probably don’t know anything about Pike’s history or share his racist and terrorist philosophy. I’m not against freemasons as people but I think that brothers of this “craft” owe it to themselves to look more closely at its roots.
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