Aleister Crowley Quote

The Magician must be wary in his use of his powers; he must make every act not only accord with his Will, but with the properties of his position at the time. It might be my Will to reach the foot of a cliff; but the easiest way — also the speediest, most direct least obstructed, the way of minimum effort — would be simply to jump. I should have destroyed my Will in the act of fulfilling it, or what I mistook for it; for the True Will has no goal; its nature being To Go.


Appendix VI : A few principal rituals – Liber Reguli. - Magick Book IV : Liber ABA - Part III : Magick in Theory and Practice (1929)

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