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EFFATVVM DE LIBRO CDXL;

AVT LIBRO PERFECTIONIS

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

The prevalence and popularity of Liber 440: The Book of Perfection, a book
purporting to be a continuation of the series of three books known collectively as
Liber AL vel Legis (The Book of the Law), received by Crowley in Cairo in 1904
e.v., must needs be addressed here in relation to its standing insofar as that relates
to our Composite Lineage of AA.

While we forbid the reading of no writings, abiding as we do by that most


wonderful O.T.O. document, Liber OZ, there are some in which we urge caution
mostly upon the grounds that easily lead astray the beginner. Read it, Fratres et
Sorores, but only to evaluate for yourselves, and so that ye may know how to
answer when a chela or prospective members inquires of you about it.

Let it be henceforth stated that at this time, and at no foreseeable time in the
future, does this Lineage of AAhold there to be any especial value to this
work, at least not any more value than can be found in the Universal Truth that is
usually present in any means of expression.

Appeals to the contrary are greatly welcomed by the Officers of this Order,
feel, therefore, at liberty to forward to deliver such arguments to the email address
of the Officers in question, particularly the Chancellor and his Secretary.

Love is the law, love under Will.

Fra