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LIBER CMXIII roll me in

LIBER CMXIII roll me in the sweet perfume of Thy hair, so that Thy tresses of gold may anoint me with the honey of a million roses. 13. O Thou manly warrior amongst youths, whose limbs are as swords of fire that are welded in the furnace of war; press Thy cool kisses to my burning lips, so that the folly of our passion may weave us into the Crown of everlasting Light. O Glory be unto Thee through all Time and through all Space : Glory, and Glory upon Glory, Everlastingly. Amen, and Amen, and Amen. 30

h The Chapter known as The Twelvefold Denial of God and the Unity thereof s s s s s I s s s s s s s s s s adore s s s s s s s s s Thee by the s s s s s s s s Twelve Denials s s s s s s s s and by the Unity thereof s s s s 1. O Thou God of the Nothingness of All Things! Thou who art neither the Formless breath of Chaos; nor the exhaler of the ordered spheres: O Thou who art not the cloud-cradled star of the morning; nor the sun, drunken upon the midst, who blindeth men! I deny Thee by the powers of mine understanding; Guide me in the unity of Thy might, and lead me to the fatherhood of Thine all-pervading Nothingness; for Thou art all and none of these in the fullness of Thy Not-being. 2. O Thou God of the Nothingness of All Things! Thou who art neither the vitality of worlds; nor the breath of star-entangled being: O Thou who art not horsed ’mid the centaur clouds of night; nor the twanging of the shuddering bowstring of noon! I deny Thee by the powers of mine understanding; Throne me in the unity of Thy might, and stab me with the javelin of Thine all-pervading Nothingness; for Thou art all and none of these in the fullness of Thy Not-being. 31