Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law, Every man and every woman is a Star, Love is the Law, Love under Will" -Aleister Crowley


The Stèle of Revealing [front] depicting Nuit, Hadit as the winged globe, Ra-Hoor-Khuit seated on his throne, and the creator of the Stèle, the scribe Ankh-af-na-khonsu Thelema draws its principal gods and goddesses, three altogether as the speakers presented in Liber AL vel Legis, from Ancient Egyptian religion.

The highest deity in the cosmology of Thelema is the goddess Nuit (also spelled Nuith). She is the night sky arched over the Earth symbolized in the form of a naked woman. She is conceived as the "Great Mother," the ultimate source of all things, the collection of all possibilities, "Infinite Space, and the Infinite Stars thereof", and the circumference of an infinite circle or sphere. Nuit is derived from the Egyptian sky goddess Nut, and is referred to poetically as "Our Lady of the Stars," "Queen of Space," and "Queen of Infinite Space."

The second principal deity of Thelema is the god Hadit, conceived as the infinitely small point, complement and consort of Nuit. Hadit symbolizes manifestation, motion, and time. He is also described in Liber AL vel Legis as "the flame that burns in every heart of man, and in the core of every star."

Hadit has sometimes been said to represent a 'point-event,' and all individual point-events within the body of Nuit. Hadit is said, in The Book of the Law, to be "perfect, being Not." Additionally, it is written of Nuit in Liber AL that "men speak not of Thee [Nuit] as One but as None."

The third deity in the cosmology of Thelema is Ra-Hoor-Khuit, a manifestation of Horus. He is symbolized as a throned man with the head of a hawk who carries a wand. He is associated with the Sun and the active energies of Thelemic magick.

Other deities within the cosmology of Thelema are Hoor-paar-kraat (or Harpocrates), god of silence and inner strength, the twin of Ra-Hoor-Khuit, Babalon, the goddess of all pleasure, known as the Virgin Whore, and Therion, the beast that Babalon rides, who represents the wild animal within man, a force of nature.

Thelema (/θəˈliːmə/) is a Western esoteric and occult social or spiritual philosophy and new religious movement founded in the early 1900s by Aleister Crowley (1875–1947), an English writer, mystic, occultist, and ceremonial magician. The word thelema is the English transliteration of the Koine Greek noun θέλημα (pronounced [θelima]), "will," from the verb θέλω (thélō): "to will, wish, want or purpose."

In Classical Greek there are two words for will: thelema (θέλημα) and boule (βουλή).

Boule means 'determination', 'purpose', 'intention', 'counsel', or 'project'
Thelema means 'divine will', 'inclination', 'desire', or 'pleasure'

Aspects of Thelema and Crowley's thought in general inspired the development of Wicca and, to a certain degree, the rise of Modern Paganism as a whole, as well as chaos magick and some variations of Satanism.

Three statements from the Book of the Law distill the practice and ethics of Thelema:

"Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law," meaning that adherents of Thelema should seek out and follow their true path, i.e. find or determine their True Will.
"Every man and every woman is a star" is a reference to the body of light, said by Plato to be composed of the same substance as the stars; and that persons doing their Wills are thereby like stars in the universe: occupying a time and position in space, yet distinctly individual and having an independent nature largely without undue conflict with other stars.
"Love is the law, love under will," i.e. the nature of the Law of Thelema is love, but love itself is subsidiary to finding and manifesting one's authentic purpose or "mission".

According to Crowley, every individual has a True Will, to be distinguished from the ordinary wants and desires of the ego. The True Will is essentially one's "calling" or "purpose" in life. "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law" for Crowley refers not to hedonism, fulfilling everyday desires, but to acting in response to that calling. According to Lon Milo DuQuette, a Thelemite is anyone who bases their actions on striving to discover and accomplish their true will, when a person does their True Will, it is like an orbit, their niche in the universal order, and the universe assists them:

But the Magician knows that the pure Will of every man and every woman is already in perfect harmony with the divine Will; in fact they are one and the same.

THE ILLUMINATI - نظم جهانی

People who live unconventional lives are often referred to as Bohemian. Rebellion, eccentricity, and creativity are the hallmarks of the lifestyle.

The San Francisco poet George Sterling described Bohemians as having a “devotion or addiction to one of the Seven Arts; the other is poverty . . . I like to think of my Bohemians as young, as radical as their outlook on art and life, as unconventional.”

The Oxford English Dictionary offers this definition: someone, “especially an artist, literary man, or actor, who leads a free, vagabond, or irregular life, not being particular as to the society he frequents, and despising conventionalities generally.”

Bohemianism is the practice of an unconventional lifestyle, often in the company of like-minded people and with few permanent ties. It involves musical, artistic, literary, or spiritual pursuits. In this context, bohemians may be wanderers, adventurers, or vagabonds.

The term bohemianism emerged in France in the early 19th century, out of perceived similarities between the Bohemians and the Romani. Bohémien was a common term for the Romani people of France, who were mistakenly thought to have reached France in the 15th century via Bohemia (the western part of modern Czech Republic). Bohemianism and its adjective bohemian in this specific context are not connected to the native inhabitants of this region (the Czechs).

It was free thinkers and liberals who originally formed the Bohemian Club in San Francisco’s Union Square district in 1872.

I remember visiting the Sweets Mill Farm (Bohemian Grove) in the Sierra's when I lived in San Francisco many years ago. We went deep into the redwoods, there was a night time ritual of fire dancing with naked women on a boat playing Persian & Middle Eastern sounding Banjos with other instruments and for one week we danced and played music night and day!



The 777 angel number is a very special number indeed.

It's a sign that the universe is with you and is supporting you on your spiritual path — especially when you may be doubting your chosen path.

It also means that you are wise, and have been given messages in your life to help others in their own life challenges.

But in order to do so, you need energy and hard work for this message to have a positive impact on others.

Some of the greatest scholars spent their lifetimes studying this perfection.

It stands to reason, then, that there are many ways for guardian angels to communicate with us as we inhabit the material world.

Somewhere deep within our souls, our higher selves know this “number language,” and feel encouraged that we are not alone as we move toward spiritual enlightenment.

One of the most important of these numbers is the 777 angel number!

The angel number 777 is a very powerful one, with a lot of meaning. One of the most popular meanings is that it signifies the connection between the spirit and the soul. Another 777 angel number meaning is that it represents a spiritual awakening, or inner wisdom.

So what does the 777 angel number mean?

You are most likely to receive 777 as a message at a time when you are experiencing a great deal of doubt.

You may be confused, for example, about where you should be focusing your energy.

You may be going through a particularly rough time that has you questioning your ability and purpose.

Whatever the circumstances, the angel number 777 is trying to let you know that everything is actually fine with your spiritual path.

Seeing 777 along your life path

As briefly discussed above, this unique angel number can convey several things.

Besides reassurance that you are exactly where you should be on your spiritual path, 777 also tells you that it is time to take a step up, and move into a higher spiritual level. You have mastered all the lessons of your current stage, and progress can now only be made if you focus inwardly and seek more answers.

You can be certain that you are ready to handle whatever is to come. Miracles are about to take place. Another message that seeing angel number 777 is trying to convey is that you need to be on the watch for a new spiritual teacher to enter your life.

That teacher may be a family member, a friend, a new acquaintance, or even a special animal that captures your heart and helps you reach a new spiritual understanding. This teacher will stay with you as long as they are needed, and will then disappear.

Some spiritual teachers stay with us most of our lives, especially if they are parents, but most are only here temporarily to teach what you need at that moment.

You can't seek out these teachers. They appear when you are ready to learn.

Seeing the number 777 indicates now is a time when you are ready.

What do angel numbers have to do with numerology?

The entire universe is designed to fit with mathematical equations.

All numbers have a unique energy vibration. It is by understanding these vibrations and being able to translate them into action that we grow spiritually.

Numerology allows us to take these vibrations, understand their individual meanings, and then translate the messages into usable information.

Angel numbers are just a small part of what understanding the frequency of numbers can teach us.

Through numerology, you can obtain a basic understanding of your inner personality.

You can also learn what your soul’s mission is during this lifetime, and figure out what lessons you must learn to succeed in spiritual growth.

The angel numbers give our spirit guides a means to communicate with us in a manner that our subconscious is already attuned to.

What does 777 mean in the Bible?

The number 7, as well as 777, is very important in the Bible.

For example, God rested on the seventh day, after completing a task he believed was perfect.


On the appearance, Virgos are humble, self-effacing, industrious, and practical, but under the surface, they are frequently natural, kind, and sympathetic, as befits their zodiac sign. Virgoans are methodical and quick thinkers, yet they have so much mental energy that they are frequently stressed and tense. Their ardent desire for excellence and hard effort might lead them to be overly critical at times. Virgos are superb negotiators who utilise their sharp intellects to win debates and people's hearts and minds.

The earth sign of Virgo is shown in their practical and efficient nature. Because they're such intelligent, well-grounded people, they have some of the greatest traits. Virgos understand the value of hard effort. They aren't scared to put their whole heart and soul into a project, no matter how difficult it may be. Virgos are as enthusiastic about their art as they are about their other interests. Their imaginations are always flowing, and they express themselves via art, dancing, and writing. Virgos will always show up when you need them, and they will take their obligations seriously. Virgos are also loving and modest. They are always courteous and eager to assist others.

Virgos are diligent workers who excel at what they do, but their lofty ambitions can lead them to be too critical of others. Virgos are notorious for being stubborn. They frequently believe that they know best because they are so committed, and they are hesitant to modify their ideas or their ways. Virgos, who are critical thinkers, may also be chronic overthinkers. They are always thinking about things they need to accomplish or how they can get ahead on their next assignment, and their thoughts are constantly active. This implies that people overthink their emotions and behaviour as well. Virgos thrive on academic and intimate connections.

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