Friday, 26 March 2010

Human-readable summary of the Legal Code

Composite drawing by Ann Direnger of an "alien" type reported throughout 1980's in the Hudson Valley.

I Checked on my setting for the Picasa webalbum and found this, dont know what they mean by human-readable. Who or what else would read it? Probably just some lawyer thing...

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Link to the page, maybe you haft to have an account there to get in,

On the bottom of the page this line of text explained it quite clearly...

This is a human-readable summary of the Legal Code (the full license).

Do they know anything I and the rest of us dont?


Crowley included the portrait of Lam in his Dead Souls exhibition held in Greenwich Village, New York, in 1919. In that same year it was published as a frontispiece labeled The Way to Crowley's commentary to Blavatsky's The Voice of the Silence. Beneath the picture was the following inscription: "LAM is the Tibetan word for Way or Path, and LAMA is He who Goeth, the specific title of the Gods of Egypt, the Treader of the Path, in Buddhistic phraseology. Its numerical value is 71, the number of this book.

Crowley’s portrait of Lam, entitled ’The Way’, was first published in 1919 as a frontispiece to his Commentary on Blavatsky’s The Voice of the Silence. However, nowhere else in Crowley’s work is there a mention of it until 1945, when a diary entry records Kenneth Grant’s interest. It is clear, however, that the portrait arose in connection with the Amalantrah Working of 1918-19, when Crowley lived in New York. Unfortunately, the Record of that Working which survives consists of the first six months only. Nevertheless, it is clear from a study of this surviving material that the portrait of Lam embodies the quintessence of the Working.

Lam Lore

According to O.T.O. chief Kenneth Grant:

• Lam is known to be a link between the star systems of Sirius and Andromeda.

• Lam is the gateway to the Void. Its number, 71, is that of "NoThing", an apparition.

• Lam, as a Great Old One, whose archetype is recognizable in accounts of UFO occupants.

• Lam has been invoked to fulfill the work set afoot by Aiwass; as a reflex of Aiwass.

• Lam as the transmitter to AL of the vibrations of LA via MA, the key to the Aeon of Maat.

• Lam is the occult energy beaming the vibrations of Maat and may proceed from that future aeon.

Lam links:

Thou Voice of the Silence,
Glyph of Hoor-paar-kraat:
The Dwarf-Self, the Hidden God.
Gateway to the Aeon of Maat!
I evoke Thee! I evoke Thee!
With the mantra Talam-Malat,
Talam-Malat ...

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Not so mysterious afterall:

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