Fearless And Without Pity
There is death for the dogs. Dost thou fail? Art thou sorry? Is fear in thine
heart? Where I am these are not. Pity not the fallen! I never knew them. I am not for them. I console not: I hate the consoled
& the consoler." Liber al vel Legis 2:45-48
The message of Hadit shifts from celebration by the people of light to the ugliness of dealing with
the walking dead. For us, the masses that close their ears and eyes to the new message of Horus are no more important than
dogs. Hadit declares that they are dead dogs at that.
The concept of failure is unknown to us. Indeed, there will be countless obstacles fall in our path,
but they are but a challenge for the moment. We are never to falter, but constantly seek a solution, a way to resolve the
issue and continue on. Anything less is not in our nature.
Since taking this path, my wife and I have had a most remarkable journey. We sold all that we owned,
threw away our credit cards, and began following our bliss, seeking our will. All along the way we encountered incredible
barriers that seemed insurmountable. And yet we tackled them. My wife remained the fearless warrior, pushing me into the breach
even though my own heart was filled with reason and doubt. For me it was but another lesson to be learned. And always, at
the last incredible moment, when it seemed that we failed, we gave it one more effort and, behold, a door opened.
As warriors in a sick world, there is no room now for failure. If we love the Mother then she will
know us and take care of our needs. All that is required is a steadfast heart and a personal assurance that we will succeed.
The concept of sorrow is also not of us. This is a sick and dying world. We witness the horrors
of injustice all around us. Without love, there is only cruelty. When friends and loved ones die, their loss is deep, especially
for those of us who understand love. It is right to grieve, but not to become lost in self-pity and sorrow. There is no time
for this. Nor is it our nature.
Nor are we to fear anything. There is no thing, not even death, to be feared. The mighty and powerful
rulers who seem to have control over our lives are but mortals and totally dependant upon the Mother Earth for their daily
food, air and water just as we are. Their power is but an illusion. The materialism that enslaves the masses is false joy.
And death, when it comes, is joyful unending ecstasy.
Failure, sorrow and fear? Hadit proclaims that "where I am these are not."
He also demands that we: "Pity not the fallen! I never knew them. I am not for them."
As warriors we have no time for pity. It is a weakness and but a block in the path to stop and take
pity on one that has given up and succumbed to failure. We must all fight the fight and continue unabated to the end. Perdurabo.
As Thelemites, we take no quarter, we have no pity, and we "console not: I hate
the consoled & the consoler."
In my years as a newspaper reporter I wrote constantly about government financed agencies that waste
their time assisting criminals, drunks, drug addicts, and the mentally ill find the way out of their problems so they can
"rejoin society" as conceivably normal individuals. But these programs never work.
As a child I learned early to deal with death. I saw friends killed in automobile accidents, and
attended the funerals of uncles, grandparents and neighbors. We saw it. We understood it. We didn't think much about it because
we were young and death was not something we were going to have to face for a long time. Or so we thought.
But the church teaches us to fear death. Society teaches us to fear death. The schools now offer
counseling to the children after death claims a classmate. This is balderdash.
The world of psychology is among the biggest scams that ever existed. We are not to turn to such
"I hate the consoled & the consoler," says Hadit. And for good reason.
Copyright - James Donahue