Может быть. Было невозможно сочинить эту книгу на основе чистого Скептицизма. Но это не имеет значения, так как практика ведет к Скептицизму, и она может быть в нем. Эта книга не предназначалась для того, чтобы привести к высшему достижению. Напротив, ее результаты определяют отдельное существование Свободного Адепта от остальной Вселенной, и раскрывают его отношение ко Вселенной. Она имеет такое значение для Свободного адепта, что Мы не можем переоценить его.

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Fra A. May be. It has not been possible to construct this book on a basis of pure Scepticism. This matters less, as the practice leads to Scepticism, and it may be through it. This book is not intended to lead to the supreme attainment. On the contrary, its results define the separate being of the Exempt Adept from the rest of the Universe, and discover his relation to that Universe.

It is of such importance to the Exempt Adept that We cannot overrate it. Let him in no wise adventure the plunge into the Abyss until he have accomplished this to his most perfectest satisfaction. For in the Abyss no effort is anywise possible. The Abyss is passed by virtue of the mass of the Adept and his Karma. Two forces impel him: 1 the attraction of Binah, 2 the impulse of his Karma; and the ease and even the safety of his passage depend on the strength and direction of the latter.

Should one rashly dare the passage, and take the irrevocable Oath of the Abyss, he might be lost therein through AEons of incalculable agony; he might even be thrown back upon Chesed, with the terrible Karma of failure added to his original imperfection.

It is even said that in certain circumstances it is possible to fall altogether from the Tree of Life, and to attain the Towers of the Black Brothers. Let then the Adept who finds the result of these meditations unsatisfactory refuse the Oath of the Abyss, and live so that his Karma gains strength and direction suitable to the task at some future period. Memory is essential to the individual consciousness; otherwise the mind were but a blank sheet on which shadows are cast.

But we see that not only does the mind retain impressions, but that it is so constituted that its tendency is to retain some more excellently than others. Thus the great classical scholar, Sir Richard Jebb, was unable to learn even the schoolboy mathematics required for the preliminary examination at Cambridge University, and a special act of the authorities was required in order to admit him. Wars have been lost over such "Grace" being given in the qualification of officers!

We have little to alter or to add. Its most important result, as regards the Oath of the Abyss, is the freedom from all desire or clinging to anything which it gives. Its second result is to aid the adept in the second method, by supplying him with further data for his investigation. The stimulation of memory useful in both practices is also achieved by simple meditation Liber E , in a certain stage of which old memories arise unbidden.

The adept may then practise this, stopping at that stage, and encouraging instead of suppressing the flashes of memory. Zoroaster has said, "Explore the River of the Soul, whence or in what order you have come; so that although you have become a servant to the body, you may again rise to that Order the A.

When he has passed the Abyss and become NEMO, the return of the current causes him "to appear in the Heaven of Jupiter as a morning star or as an evening star. Solve, the dissolution of the Self in the Infinite; Coagula, the presentation of the Infinite in a concrete form to the outer.

Both are necessary to the Task of a Master of the Temple. The present manifestation of Frater P. First Method.

Let the Exempt Adept first train himself to think backwards by external means, as set forth here following. Let his disciple read aloud to him backwards, slowly at first, then more quickly. In this his brain will at first be overwhelmed by a sense of utter confusion; secondly, it will endeavour to evade the difficulty by a trick. The brain will pretend to be working backwards when it is really normal.

It is difficult to describe the nature of the trick, but it will be quite obvious to anyone who has done practices "a" and "b" for a day or two. They become quite easy, and he will think that he is making progress, an illusion which close analysis will dispel. Having begun to train his brain in this manner, and obtained some little success, let the Exempt Adept, seated in his Asana, think first of his present attitude, next of the act of being seated, next of his entering the room, next of his robing, et cetera, exactly as it happened.

And let him most strenuously endeavour to think each act as happening backwards. It is not enough to think: "I am seated here, and before that I was standing, and before that I entered the room," etc. That series is the trick detected in the preliminary practices. The series must not run "ghi-def-abc" but "ihgfedcba": not "horse a is this" but "esroh a si siht".

To obtain this thoroughly well, practice "c" is very useful. The brain will be found to struggle constantly to right itself, soon accustoming itself to accept "esroh" as merely another glyph for "horse. Thinking of large and complex actions, then, will give a series which we may symbolically write "opqrstu-hijklmn-abcdefg. The Exempt Adept should concentrate his efforts upon obtaining a perfect picture of five minutes backwards rather than upon extending the time covered by his meditation.

For this preliminary training of the brain is the Pons Asinorum of the whole process. Difficulties vanish before him as he advances; the extension from a day to the course of his whole life will not prove so difficult as the perfecting of the five minutes.

This practice should be repeated at least four times daily, and progress is shown firstly by the ever easier running of the brain, secondly by the added memories which arise. It is useful to reflect during this practice, which in time becomes almost mechanical, upon the way in which effects spring from causes.

This aids the mind to link its memories, and prepares the adept for the preliminary practice of the Second Method. Having allowed the mind to return for some hundred times to the hour of birth, it should be encouraged to endeavour to penetrate beyond that period.

If it be properly trained to run backwards, there will be little difficulty in doing this, although it is one of the distinct steps in the practice.

It may be then that the memory will persuade the adept of some previous existence. Where this is possible, let it be checked by an appeal to facts, as follows: It often occurs to men that on visiting a place to which they have never been, it appears familiar. This may arise from a confusion of thought or a slipping of the memory, but it is conceivably a fact.

If, then, the adept "remember" that he was in a previous life in some city, say Cracow, which he has in this life never visited, let him describe from memory the appearance of Cracow, and of its inhabitants, setting down their names. Let him further enter into details of the city and its customs. And having done this with great minuteness, let him confirm the same by consultation with historians and geographers, or by a personal visit, remembering both to the credit of his memory and its discredit that historians, geographers, and himself are alike fallible.

But let him not trust his memory to assert its conclusions as fact, and act thereupon, without most adequate confirmation. This process of checking his memory should be practised with the earlier memories of childhood and youth by reference to the memories and records of others, always reflecting upon the fallibility even of such safeguards.

All this being perfected, so that the memory reaches back into aeons incalculably distant, let the Exempt Adept meditate upon the fruitlessness of all those years, and upon the fruit thereof, severing that which is transitory and worthless from that which is eternal.

And it may be that he being but an Exempt Adept may hold all to be savourless and full of sorrow. This being so, without reluctance will he swear the Oath of the Abyss. Second Method. Let the Exempt Adept, fortified by the practice of the First Method, enter the preliminary practice of the Second Method.

Preliminary Practices. Let him, seated in his Asana, consider any event, and trace it to its immediate causes. And let this be done very fully and minutely. Here, for example, is a body erect and motionless.

Let the adept consider the many forces which maintain it; firstly, the attraction of the earth, of the sun, of the planets, of the farthest stars, nay, of every mote of dust in the room, one of which could it be annihilated would cause that body to move, although so imperceptibly. Also the resistance of the floor, the pressure of the air, and all other external conditions. Secondly, the internal forces which sustain it, the vast and complex machinery of the skeleton, the muscles, the blood, the lymph, the marrow, all that makes up a man.

Thirdly the moral and intellectual forces involved, the mind, the will, the consciousness. Let him continue this with unremitting ardour, searching Nature, leaving nothing out. Next, let him take one of the immediate causes of his position, and trace out its equilibrium.

For example, the will. What determines the will to aid in holding the body erect and motionless? This being discovered, let him choose one of the forces which determined his will, and trace out that in similar fashion; and let this process be continued for many days until the interdependence of all things is a truth assimilated in his inmost being.

This being accomplished, let him trace his own history with special reference to the causes of each event.

And in this practice he may neglect to some extent the universal forces which at all times act on all, as for example the attraction of masses, and let him concentrate his attention upon the principal and determining or effective causes. For instance, he is seated, perhaps, in a country place in Spain. Because Spain is warm and suitable for meditation, and because cities are noisy and crowded. Why is Spain warm? Why choose warm Spain rather than warm India? To the last question: Because Spain is nearer to his home.

Then why is his home near Spain? Because his parents were Germans. And why did they go to Germany? And so during the whole meditation. On another day, let him begin with a question of another kind, and every day devise new questions, not only concerning his present situation, but also abstract questions. The Practice Proper. Having then perfected in his mind these conceptions, let him apply them to his own career, forging the links of memory into the chain of necessity.

And let this be his final question: To what purpose am I fitted? Of what service can my being prove to the Brothers of the A. Now that he may clearly understand the nature of this question, and the method of solution, let him study the reasoning of the anatomist who reconstructs an animal from a single bone. To take a simple example. Suppose, having lived all my life among savages, a ship is cast upon the shore and wrecked.

Undamaged among the cargo is a "Victoria. The wheels speak of roads, their slimness of smooth roads, the brake of hilly roads. The shafts show that it was meant to be drawn by an animal, their height and length suggest an animal of the size of a horse.


Liber ThIShARB Viae Memoriae sub figura CMXIII

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Suggesting that perhaps the past was worth investigating. It sat on the shelf. This unwoven history depicts an angry youth. The appalling nature of others. I punched a teacher at this point in eight grade and as an agreement with judge, left Houston with my Dad to live with my Uncle in Denton, Texas. I am born again and again.


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Liber 913 - Liber Thisharb

Публикация Класса Б С разрешения N. Fra A. Может быть. Невозможно было построить книгу эту на основе чистого Скептицизма. Это не так значимо, ибо практика ведёт к Скептицизму и может производиться с его помощью]. Данная книга не претендует на то, чтобы стать ключом к высшему достижению. Напротив, результаты определяют уникальность существа Свободного Адепта по отношению к остальной Вселенной и позволяют понять его взаимоотношения с ней.

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