Cursing The Gods Of Men
"Now this mystery of the letters is done, and I want to go on to the holier place.
I am in a secret fourfold word, the blasphemy against all gods of men. Curse them! Curse them! Curse them!" With my Hawk's
head I peck at the eyes of Jesus as he hangs upon the cross. I flap my wings in the face of Mohammed & blind him. With
my claws I tear out the flesh of the Indian and the Buddhist, Mongol and Din. Bahlasti! Ompehda! I spit on your crapulous
creeds. Let Mary inviolate be torn upon wheels: for her sake let all chaste women be utterly despised among you! Also for
beauty's sake and love's! Liber AL vel Legis 3:48-56
One gets a feeling a sheer anger if you read these lines aloud. The speaker, Horus, who may even
be the Archangel Lucifer on yet a fourth level, expresses contempt for the false world cults that successfully blocked the
human race from its natural evolution.
Notice that after delivering the great mystery behind the creation of the new church of self-fulfillment,
based upon proof instead of faith, Horus shifts to a new subject. He uses the interesting phrase when addressing this
topic as "the holier place." One can be sure that he does not use the word "holy" in a kind sense. He looks upon the pompous,
robed spewers of religiosity with disdain. They see themselves as "holy" men but to Horus, they are worse than slick haired
snake oil salesmen, selling the souls of men into slavery. The current state of mankind and the planet can be largely blamed
on the smooth tongued, angelic-possessed priests of the great world religious cults.
Horus announces that his job is to put an end to this foolishness. He is, "in
a secret fourfold word, the blasphemy against all gods of men."
What is that secret word? Abrahadabra comes to mind It's number, 418, points to the Word of
the New Aeon. It refers to Ra-Horus. And it also signifies the Beast. Crowley thought of a better definition. He believed
the secret word to be "Do what thou wilt." He wrote: "its meaning for every man is his own inmost secret. And it is the most
profound blasphemy against all gods of men because it makes every man his own God."
Notice that the threefold curse falls upon every existing major world religious system known, and
even some more obscure ones. Rather than specify the Hindu religion and all if the variations of it, Horus bridges that maze
by referring to the people of India. That the Mongol and Din are clustered is significant. The Mongolians migrated, either
by land or by ship to the Southwest United States at some distant time in the past. The people in North America, commonly
known as Navajo, are in the process of changing their name to the Dina, which means "the people" in their language. They practice
a strange religious system, a mixture of Catholicism and Gnosticism, sometimes mixed with the mind expanding effects of peyote.
Horus pauses to spew out the strange words: "Bahlasti! Ompehda! I spit on your
crapulous creeds." These words are lost to the English language, but they are clearly curses. Words of hatred and anger. The word "crapulous" means "intoxicated," to be sick from the effects of a poison.
Notice that the "virgin Mary" is saved for the last curse. There is a special disdain for her because
she implies that only chaste virgins are pure, and that women who submit to sex with men are impure and corrupted. Of course,
the story that the real mother of Jesus was a virgin is a lie.
"For her sake let all chaste women be utterly despised among you! Also for beauty's
sake and love's!"
Copyright - James Donahue