Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
Please join us this Sunday (5/26/13 e.v.) at the Bubastis Temple for a celebration of our central rite, both public and private, known as The Gnostic Mass (Liber XV). Mass starts promptly at 6:00 PM, please arrive no later than 5:30 PM.
Love is the law, love under will.
If you are going to enrich your worldview, our library can be the beginning of that journey or just its continuation; though over time I do hope we will find that its waters grow deeper as much as it refreshes those who drink from its richness.
Liber NU and Liber HAD offer a number of practices, but here we separate out just the practices of ethics. Each provides a different perspective and tone. Both are worthy of further study. Comments are open for discussion.
If you are interested in having a baptism, confirmation, or both at the same time great! First be sure to read the section in the “Coiled Splendor Sanctuary” about the meaning of these ceremonies in the EGC. Then after reviewing the meaning and purpose behind these ceremonies find sponsors for yourself (Finding sponsors can be easy and fun just come to one of the thelemic social nights on the...
Thanks to the wonderful generosity of our Brethren and friends, we have exceeded our goal of $400 for procuring a custom frame for our Crowley sketch. Our heartfelt appreciation goes out to everyone who has helped. We are looking forward to being able to protect this priceless treasure!
After receiving communion in the Gnostic Mass, we face the Tomb (which may be interpreted as Malkuth and as embodiment) and proclaim, "There is no part of me that is not of the gods!" Beloved, when we are disheartened, let this encourage us! We are divine in all our being — our spirit, our minds, our emotions, our bodies.