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Milo wrote:

> The correct principle in Christianity is forgiveness and love,
> but unfortunately even Christians can succumb to the will over
> love principle. The very philosophy that brought about
> Crowley's revulsion when he was young, was actually the same
> philosophy that he adopted as he used his intellect as he got
> older but he didn't recognise that because he was fooled by the
> Christian label of Catholic-ism. I'm certain it was some dark
> force that invented -isms to keep people perpetual pain. People
> often end up addicted to the very thing that causes them
> pain.That's one of the reasons I try not to subscribe to any
> -ism or -ology, including Protestant-ism, Catholic-ism,
> Pagan-ism, Thatcher-ism, De-ism, Panthe-ism, Fasc-ism,
> Marx-ism, and so on and so forth - they are all in error. I'm
> not perfect and even I have to work at letting go of my will.
> If God's will is equal to love, then it's not necessary to put
> love under will because they should both be on the same level.
> However, as the wooden Pinocchio had to learn the hard way,
> before he could become a real human, he had to learn what will
> is because we are not innately born with God's will. The best
> tool we have for discovering what God's will is love, and
> through love we can find the redemptive techniques.
>

All of the great sages of the world have arrived at the conclusion that compassion, forgiveness and love are of supreme importance in enlightenment. It is of some of our highest nature, so I agree with you on that. Although intellectually speaking Crowley understood all of this, I think in the end he wished he had have lived it more in his daily life. The western spiritual calibration and disposition is of the active force; the east is passive. In science and magick alike it has been the role of the temperment of the west to see things this way. Like it or lump it we live on planet earth and have a drive to understand it. We were never meant to be stone age shepards for the rest of time. Gandalf the Grey understood love as a magician (like Merlin) just as Gandalf the White. His process to go through that, was a process like any other sublimination. His mission as the Grey was different than that of the White. Some people are called to Magick as part of their development and during that time, if they keep compassion close to them what they do in life or in Magick will better reflect the good. Magick can be dangerous; but then again so is defeating Belrogs in the Mines of Moria ;)



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Is Milo a Freemason? 415 Richard Fusniak 16-Jan-13 04:33
Never was, not now, and not in the future n/t 243 Milo 16-Jan-13 05:07
Re: Never was, not now, and not in the future 249 Milo 16-Jan-13 05:49
Why is Richard Fusniak always so bored? 656 Milo 16-Jan-13 05:11
The reason I ask .... 292 Richard Fusniak 16-Jan-13 11:15
Re: The reason I ask .... 243 Milo 16-Jan-13 12:05
You always bring it upon yourself, Fuzzy 249 Milo 16-Jan-13 12:08
Consider yourself honoured 343 Richard Fusniak 16-Jan-13 17:47
Hating an institution is no big deal, so get over it Richard 227 Milo 16-Jan-13 13:25
Re: Hating an institution is no big deal, so get over it Richard 265 Richard Fusniak 16-Jan-13 16:53
Re: Hating an institution is no big deal, so get over it Richard 236 Milo 16-Jan-13 17:17
What are your issues about Freemasonry based on then? 243 Richard Fusniak 16-Jan-13 17:37
Similar issues that President John Quincy Adams had... 333 Milo 17-Jan-13 01:06
Obfuscation 224 Richard Fusniak 17-Jan-13 12:11
Your question was answered 215 Milo 17-Jan-13 13:43
Re: Similar issues that President John Quincy Adams had... 247 Martin Ede 17-Jan-13 23:29
Time to move on 313 Milo 18-Jan-13 01:43
Re: Time to move on 231 Richard Fusniak 18-Jan-13 09:28
The dark side of Freemasonry 345 Milo 18-Jan-13 13:12
Re: The dark side of Freemasonry 321 Martin Ede 21-Jan-13 23:25
Re: Time to move on 230 Martin Ede 21-Jan-13 23:15
The broken prentragam in Washington DC - a symbol used in black magic 407 Milo 22-Jan-13 01:19
Re: The broken prentragam in Washington DC - a symbol used in black magic 196 Martin Ede 25-Jan-13 22:44
Re: The broken prentragam in Washington DC - a symbol used in black magic 404 Milo 25-Jan-13 22:56
How Occult is Freemasonry? - Not Very 446 Sangreal Sea 28-Jan-13 14:12
Freemasonry is based on hidden knowledge so is very occult 265 Milo 28-Jan-13 22:03
Masonry is not occult says Carroll Poke Runyon 853 Richard Fusniak 28-Jan-13 22:51
Freemasonry was intended to be occult but they lost control due to the Apocalypse 350 Milo 28-Jan-13 23:09
Re: Freemasonry is based on hidden knowledge so is very occult 261 Sangreal Sea 29-Jan-13 15:45
Re: Freemasonry is based on hidden knowledge so is very occult 240 Milo 29-Jan-13 19:27
Magick in Freemasonry? 328 Richard Fusniak 29-Jan-13 19:41
Re: Magick in Freemasonry? 236 Sangreal Sea 29-Jan-13 20:04
Re: Magick in Freemasonry? 225 Milo 29-Jan-13 20:07
Re: Magick in Freemasonry? 267 Richard Fusniak 29-Jan-13 20:12
Re: Magick in Freemasonry? 236 Milo 29-Jan-13 20:16
Re: Magick in Freemasonry? 237 Richard Fusniak 29-Jan-13 20:25
Re: Freemasonry is based on hidden knowledge so is very occult 256 Sangreal Sea 29-Jan-13 19:52
Re: Freemasonry is based on hidden knowledge so is very occult 240 Milo 29-Jan-13 20:09
Re: Freemasonry is based on hidden knowledge so is very occult 264 Sangreal Sea 29-Jan-13 20:20
Freemasonry and corruption 279 Milo 29-Jan-13 20:29
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 279 Sangreal Sea 29-Jan-13 20:43
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 229 Milo 29-Jan-13 20:51
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 212 Sangreal Sea 29-Jan-13 21:10
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 362 Milo 29-Jan-13 21:37
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 251 Sangreal Sea 29-Jan-13 22:03
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 346 Milo 29-Jan-13 22:19
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 260 Sangreal Sea 30-Jan-13 04:58
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 348 Milo 30-Jan-13 12:22
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 264 Sangreal Sea 30-Jan-13 20:33
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 244 Milo 30-Jan-13 20:59
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 342 Sangreal Sea 31-Jan-13 15:26
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 365 Milo 31-Jan-13 16:23
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 254 Sangreal Sea 31-Jan-13 18:06
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 358 Milo 31-Jan-13 18:57
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 331 Sangreal Sea 31-Jan-13 19:37
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 351 Milo 31-Jan-13 19:49
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 252 Sangreal Sea 31-Jan-13 20:09
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 362 Milo 01-Feb-13 13:07
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 231 Sangreal Sea 01-Feb-13 16:33
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 268 Milo 01-Feb-13 17:15
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 348 Sangreal Sea 01-Feb-13 18:45
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 310 Milo 01-Feb-13 19:42
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 304 Sangreal Sea 01-Feb-13 20:05
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 219 Milo 01-Feb-13 20:38
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 371 Sangreal Sea 01-Feb-13 20:53
Re: Freemasonry and corruption 222 Milo 01-Feb-13 21:32
Isms 287 Richard Fusniak 01-Feb-13 21:09
Re: Isms 301 Milo 01-Feb-13 21:35
Re: Isms 314 Richard Fusniak 02-Feb-13 11:54
Re: Isms 254 Milo 02-Feb-13 12:05
Re: Isms 293 Richard Fusniak 02-Feb-13 12:15
Re: Isms 208 Milo 02-Feb-13 16:23
Needlessly perpetuating personal pain and suffering - forgiveness 218 Milo 17-Jan-13 02:48
Kindness and empathy for victims 308 debraregypt 19-Jan-13 13:49
Where has any empathy or kindness been shown? 252 Milo 19-Jan-13 14:08
Re: Where has any empathy or kindness been shown? 231 debraregypt 19-Jan-13 14:20
Re: Where has any empathy or kindness been shown? 265 Milo 19-Jan-13 14:25
Re: Is Milo a Freemason? 305 Daz407 18-Jan-13 17:49
Mod Note > Language Edit - Daz407 234 Dr. Troglodyte 18-Jan-13 18:32
Ringside seat enquiry about Robert Bauval's tours 234 Richard Fusniak 18-Jan-13 19:40


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