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Liber Falxifer by N.A-A.218
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Jul 03, 12

Read from May 20 to July 03, 2012

SO far, it is very interesting. I am trying to understand how one would be a devotee of the Left-Handed Reaper, or Qayin as He is referred to in the text, and NOT believe in a Abrahamic lineage. So far, this book has not convinced me of it. I am reading it from a religious studies perspective, not theological.
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06/03/2012 "131"
06/11/2012 page 180
85.0% "This is a very interesting read...there is this whole ideology I never even imagined. The various devotional work, instructions for producing magickal inks and collecting paraphernalia; having such specific instructions and meaningful awareness really only touches on the surface of these rituals and spells. There is an element of fearlessness with respect, and I find that very refreshing."
06/18/2012 page 212
100.0% "Finshed."
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