Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
The mind palace of Frater Virescit Vulnere Virtus.
Love is the law, love under will.

Concerning the Teh
(Liber CLVII:38)

  • Those who possessed perfectly the powers did not manifest them, and so they preserved them. Those who possessed them imperfectly feared to lose them, and so lost them.
  • The former did nothing, nor had need to do. The latter did, and had need to do.
  • Those who possessed benevolence exercised it, and had need it; so also was it with them who possessed justice.
  • Those who possessed the conventions displayed them; and when men would not agree, they made ready to fight them.
  • Thus, when the Tao was lost, the Magick Powers appeared; then, by successive degradations, came Benevolence, Justice, Convention.
  • Now convention is the shadow of loyalty and good will, and so the herald of disorder. Yea, even Understanding is but a Blossom of the Tao, and foreshadoweth Stupidity.
  • So then the Tao-Man holdeth to Mass, and avoideth Motion; he is attached to the Root, not to the flower. He leaveth the one, and cleaveth to the other.