The following is based on the supposition that unity comprises multiplicity to realize itself. The interaction of unity and multiplicity is called ConsciousNess* and regarded as an inter-extrapolation dynamic that relates in a Point of View which manifests ConsciousNess.
* (This particular spelling is to emphasize the relationship of Conscious: purposeful, aware – and Ness: being, existence)

In 2750, an Egyptian priest of Ptah paraphrased it like this: “The seeing of the eyes, the hearing of the ears and the breathing of the nose report to the mind; the mind is the centre of cognition, the tongue expresses the cognized”; and since this cognition consists of a reflection & projection, the priest added “thus gods are made”.       

The Egyptians called the cognition Hoor Paar Kraat (Horus the Child) and its Reflection & Projection Isis & Osiris. This relativity, or state of ConsciousNess did apparently not suffice, as they reflected & projected Isis & Osiris with Nephthys & Seth, setting off a contrary Reflection/ Projection (R/P) dynamic, wherein Horus became the arbiter of its pole positions – or field limits – and thus an intermediate viewpoint.

Cultures subjected to this contrary R/P dynamic, called it a war of gods. In the Egyptian version, Seth divided Osiris and claimed his throne – or pole position – which put him into opposition to Horus, who joined (wed) his “mother” Isis. With the son of this marriage the entire process repeated itself – that is: the contrary R/P field and its intermediate viewpoint were doubled and turned into an eight-pole R/P dynamic which filled the Egyptian pantheon with numerous Horus variants.

The history of Egyptian ConsciousNess (or religion) demonstrates, that it was henceforth governed by attempts to restrain this division-multiplication process through a 9th pole (or god) –which might have been the first monopolistic (or monotheistic) attempt to transform the intermediate into an absolute viewpoint – in order to fix the pole positions and thus inhibit the creation of additional R/P fields and viewpoints.

It is not known if the priests realized that thereby they fixed the contraries too, or if they feared losing their prosperous pantheon-managements, when they exiled this so called “Aton” to (or with) the Israeli tribes, whom he henceforth ruled under the term JHVH. And it was the son (Jesus) of this (four-poled) contrary R/P field, whose (cross-shaped) coordinate got established in the Hellenic time/space, where it became a principal pattern for the formation of the Occident.

The R/P patterns of the Egyptians and the ancient Greeks were similar, except that the Greeks established four intermediary viewpoints and thus a contrary field within contrary fields, which brought about a R/P mode that was to become renown as rationalism (after the Latin ratio = calculation) and to give birth to the philosophers and geometricians who separated the fields and assigned one to psyche and one to soma (mind & matter), turning them into the cornerstones of a polarization-dynamic that was going to shape – with the help of religion and science – the occidental cultures.

The Selfrealisation urge brings about three principal R/P modes – the alternating, whose manifestations complement each other – the contrary, where they contrast each other, and the dualistic R/P, whose manifestations appear separate.

The alternating R/P is typical for the Orient, whereas the contrary R/P has been dominating the Egyptian, Mesopotamian and Hellenic cultures and became the foundation of the R/P mode of Dualism which characterizes the Occident.
(Orient & Occident represent here R/P systems as well as cerebral & global hemispheres)

Every R/P system has particular Self concepts, realisation ways & methods.

Know Thy Self is the premise of all.

In the Occident „Know Thy Self“ has been inscribed (ca.450 BC) on the temple wall of Apollo at Delphi, and made famous by Socrates who said “Knowledge is inherent in man, not outside. Wisdom is to recollect”.

That it had little chance in the Occident, is probably because its thinkers began to dedicate themselves to the – at around the same time emerging – ratio of Dualism, which confines knowledge to operations of the intellect and wisdom to occult quarters.

In the Orient “Know Thy Self” was taken quite seriously by Hindu and Buddhist thinkers, and brought about innumerable researchers and scholars, who developed and taught methods and techniques to further the investigation and the Selfrealisation of mind.

In Hindu & Buddhist traditions “Know Thy Self” concerns Prajna, the active principle of the mind, manifesting as integration & differentiation, as creative & unifying urge.

“Liber Al vel Legis” (LAL) proposes the inter/extrapolation dynamic of ConsciousNess as the active principle of Selfrealisation.

In LAL the creative and the unifying urge is personified with Hadit & Nuit (the Egyptian goddess of All).

LAL II describes their interrelationship from the perspective of Hadit:

3. In the sphere I am everywhere the center, as she, the circumference, is nowhere found. 

4. Yet she shall be known & I never. 

6. I am the flame that burns in every heart of man, and in the core of every star. I am Life, and the giver of Life, yet therefore is the knowledge of me the knowledge of death

7. I am the Magician and the Exorcist. I am the axle of the wheel, and the cube in the circle. „Come unto me“ is a foolish word: for it is I that go.

The Interactivity of the 8 R/P poles (indicated by the doted wave or spiral) is envisioned spherical

The pole equations (for convenience’s sake numbered) are ascribed to cognition 4-6, understanding 3-7, and knowledge 2-8, whereas 5 marks the Point of View, O the circumference and 1-1 the R/P equation of Selfrealisation.

In LAL it is called a star, embodying a microcosm that relates a macrocosm. Macrocosm is the inter/extrapolation-sphere of stars – or microcosms (there is no difference).


ConscciousNess is self-complementary.

The constellations of the manifestations of ConsciousNess are interactive; their reciprocal changes maintain its continuity.

Every constellation comprises poles that determine its time/space. The poles unite in Here/Now, which thus functions as transformation point of the manifestation.

The ways the interrelations of the constellations are observed, reveal also the ways & patterns of the observers Selfrealisation process.

The Inter/Extrapolation sphere of ConsciousNess encompasses the whole Selfrealisation prozess.


Will is the creative and Love the unifying urge of Selfrealisation.

“Do what thou wilt – love under will” is the maxim of LAL and its philosophy Thelema (Greek: Will)

Will & Love are complementary and considered the strong force of ConsciousNess; it manifests in harmony, beauty, joy & strength – the virtues of Thelema.

LAL contains a series of ordeals that are based on the three R/P systems and activated through the interactivity of its three books and their word- & letter combinations. This enables everyone to relate himself according to his particular nature perspective and circumstance.

LAL is foremost designed for the Occident, yet represents principal aspects of ConsciousNess analogous to those set forth in the cosmologies and philosophies of the Orient.

According to Buddhist teachings, the world is an aggregate of particles.

The particles are in perpetual motion – they manifest instantaneous and contact the senses as flashes of energy – mind interprets the reactions of the senses.
(Some Buddhists schools treat mind as 6th sense.)

“It has been stated that during these contacts, both the sense-organ and the object with which it is in contact undergo changes because both are aggregates of particles in movement.

The intensity of the different contacts varies. Only some among them awake an echo in the mind.”
(Tibetan Buddhist teachings -Alexandra David Neel)

There are possibly as many a mind as there are beholders. There are minds of rulers and serfs, of believers, sceptics, sinners and saints – some minds prefer to operate with imagination others with the feedback mechanism of the intellect – some try to depend on themselves, others on faits & gods. Some minds are obsessed with material possessions & moneys, others with religions and mysticisms. There are minds that wallow in misery, sorrow & suffering and minds that pity, doubt, discriminate & chastise themselves.

Whatever the operation modes, controversies and confusions, mind is driven by the urge to realize itself.

The Selfrealisation-process is essentially dualistic.
It culminates in the realization (cognition & understanding) that Self is the process.

Do what thou will is possibly the most direct and instantaneous way of Selfrealisation.

Being spontaneous, Will manifests Self unadulterated.

Will is absolute (unless corrupted by purpose, morals & reasons)

Will cannot be willed as there are no two Wills.

Where Will & Love is lacking, many of the weaknesses arise that impede the Selfrealsation-process.


Where weaknesses, notable emotions, reign there is little awareness of the Selfrealisation process and thus little chance to handle it.

As time/space motions of Reflections/Projections, emotions are considered weak forces of the mind.

Nevertheless, motions can enslave and drown the mind, impede its judgment, force its decisions and even drive it to auto destruction. Yet, Homo readily subjects himself to emotions– probably because they seem to confirm & affirm his existence. He even claims them to be essential for his survival as well as for being human, which might be also the reason for his belief that emotions make up a “person” (Latin: mask of actor). A belief that is reaching religious scales, considering that all the lost, the losers and those who want to play a role in life, make – with the help of media & commerce – ever more spectacles of their emotions, turning them into the most popular and successful self-deception-tool of modern times.

There are innumerable works about emotions and their effects, but only few do mention that emotions can be addictive too. An omission that ought not to surprise, since addicts do not only tend to deny their predicament, but elaborate sophisticated cover-ups, excuses and deceptions, and often try to seduce and to corrupt those who do not cherish anxiety, angst, distrust, hatred, envy, greed, frustration, grief, guilt, shame, hostility, regret, jealousy, rage, sadness, sorrow, etc. (there are supposedly scores of emotions)

Sorrow and suffering are favorites of the commiseration apostles who, for convenience’s sake, declare existence itself to be suffering & sorrow. Claiming moral and divine authority, they make it their life task (and business) to spread misery concepts throughout their collectives.
The pioneers of this movement went through lots of pains to make their weaknesses a universal standard and commiseration to a virtue, setting off a snowballing of misery that brought about innumerable sufferer cults & -cultures and released – instead of the hoped-for flood of virtues – a flood of sinners.

Suffering is the joy of the divided, and their weaknesses are the strength of its growth.

Sharing the miseries of the weak does not make them stronger – nor the one who tries to upgrade himself in such manner.

Hoping to be able to teach the weak is hoping to be able to hide the own weaknesses.

The weak do not strive for strength; what they strive for is to promote their weaknesses as strength.

The strong cannot be a model for the weak, because they do not see him.  All they see are the leaders of their weaknesses – and only after having them elevated on crosses and monuments.


“Existence requires Strength to bear its Lust & Joy”

Plenty of cultures have been worshiping existence with sex, arts & war, some even with the sacrifice of the body to the feast of life. In the Occident – where the lust & joy of existence got corrupted by merchant-emotions, by a religion that thrives on misery – not only lust & joy degenerated, but also the understanding that when the body dissolves, there remains that which is reflected & projected as its life and death.

In the alternating R/P the dissolving body (soma) is left to earth, fire, water or air, while the psyche is kept alive with rituals – particularly where it is believed to be essential for the re-incarnation of the soma aspect.

In the contrary R/P the body receives a space, or room, furnished with life-utensils, while (notably in Egypt) symbols and data-cards (Stele) are employed to keep the diseased present. With the doubling of the R/P field, that space is perceived as another world (or dimension) wherein the deceased has to justify his existence to the gods in charge of it – i.e. of the measures and values it is composed of.

In Dualism the times & spaces of the living & the dead are not only divided, but also fractured by the counter-dynamics of its R/P fields.

Thus the dead wind up in heavens above and hells below, while the spaces of the living get subdivided into sections for you & me, pasts & futures, inner & outer worlds, one for psyche and one for soma, in short: times & spaces for everything they fear from death – and hope from it as well, since their existence is not only determined by their fear of death, but also by their fear of life.

There is the death of those whose existence is determined by fear & hope – and the death of those who associate it with the death of the dogs.

There is the death of the one who consumes himself in the fire of Selfrealisation and there is the dissolution of the one who determines his life as well as his death. To him existence is the Great Ritual and death the crown of it.

Worship existence is a major demand of LAL, and a topical one, since the praising of that which is (existence) has been corrupted to a pricing of what mankind would like to posess, degrading existence to a marketplace.


Attempts to realize oneself through possessions can be found in every R/P system. In the alternating, they are usually put at the service of its collectives, which in turn reward him, who tries to realize himself in such manner, with a reputation that seems to give him an identity. Hence the Orient brought forth cultures that were able to sustain themselves without immoderate copying & looting.

In the contrary R/P system, attempts to realize oneself through possessions brought about object- & people cults, of whom many were to become models for the Occident, which thus was never able to achieve an identity, but instead developed outstanding copying & ransacking skills that lead to an overabundance of viewpoints and objects – more so, since in Dualism the possession-relationship turns into an auto-division/multiplication of subject & object.

In the Orient these possibilities were obviously latent too, considering its innumerable thinkers who tried to regulate the possession-complex with social & political constructs and to restrain it with philosophies, religions and cosmologies. Whereas in the Occident there have – with the exception of categorical denials – almost no countermeasures been taken. And its thinkers reacted – if at all – only when the fusions and fissions of the possession-complex effected extraordinary disturbances in its collectives and thus threatened the mirror rooms of the thinkers. And even then, they confined their responses to distribution- & redistribution theories, which – as division/multiplication variants – were unable to restrain this process, or to turn it into a self-sufficient relationship. Which in any case would have been quite difficult, as its positions and values change erratically and are moved by emotions that are obviously stronger than the reasons the thinkers boast of, considering their readiness to succumb to the possession complex, to promote it as a progress and law of nature and to encourage its commercial & political executive to export and to impose it upon other cultures. Of course, no longer with colonial methods, which are in the age of globalization obsolete, since the possession complex engenders plentiful medias to infect and to corrupt them with liberal-, economic, democratic- & whatever suitable ideologies.

And then there is the religious aspect of the possession complex, money being its god, Wallstreet its temple, investment bankers its priests, capitalism its bible and opportunism its moral. It lures its brethren with glitter, glamour & artefacts, snares them with marketing schemes and drives them into consumption frenzies culminating in addiction and readiness to be devoured by this Moloch – who, by the way, makes no difference between its serfs and their rulers.

There is the myth that occidental civilization is endless; yet all civilizations do eventually disappear, be it through inner corruption, outer pressure or suicide. Corruption is foremost powered by ambition, envy & greed and manifests in the Occident and its dependencies as turbulent changes of personal & collective parameters, intoxication- & consumption-frenzies, sexual abbreviations, media saturations, political opportunism, escape cults and so on – as a matter of fact, most aspects of present (2023) Occidental civilization can be seen as manifestations of weakness, disorientation and decay; and it seems to have suicidal tendencies as well, considering the eagerness with which its subjects attack, rape, plunder & poison the organism (also known as Nature) that bears and feeds them, and throw their own children into the throats of cyber-demons, corporate monsters and money vampires.

Hindus call it Kali Yuga. „Kali“ means „strife“, „discord“, „quarrel“. Kali Yuga is the fourth and worst of the four yugas in a Yuga Cycle (world age), preceded by Dvapara Yuga and followed by Satya Yuga, the age of truth – also thought to be the beginning, or rebirth, of another Yuga Cycle.

About 2000 years ago the Sanskrit epic “Mahabharata” depicted Kali Yuga as a period where mankind endures darkness, confusion, self-deception, vice, hypocrisy, avarice, quarrel, debauchery, corruption, misery and wars.

In LAL it is under the aegis of the Egyptian war-god Ra-Hoor-Khu, who personifies a state of mind that evokes and destroys that which impedes Selfrealisation.

The, throughout LAL III, manifest urge of revenge might be a reaction of the hawk-headed deity to Homos attempts to assert and realize himself through discrimination, oppression and elimination of the sensory identity (Self?) of the beast, escalated by his offspring “Homo Sapiens” who hunts down all beasts, including what he calls “natives, primitives & aborigines” i.e. fellow mammals that discomfit his self-illusions.


Mid-18th century, Carl von Lynne, a Swedish classifying specialist, came up with a new category of Homo, which he labelled Sapiens – “wise” – apparently to distinct it from the former and to give it a superior touch. If so, erroneously, as wise is applied to the one who knows himself i.e. his mind, whereas Sapiens employs the feedback mechanism of the intellect to gather data from the outer i.e. sensory i.e. material world.