An open letter to all
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
Since the dawn of consciousness mankind has evolved as a species partly by observing, learning and recording the laws of Nature, and attempting to understand the place of mankind within those laws, not only as a species, but as unique individuals as well.
Gathering together in Tribes, Villages, Cities and Countries, our ancestors bequeathed the records of their aspirations, achievements and spiritual beliefs to succeeding generations. Each subsequent generation in turn contributed the fruits of their own understanding to the inherited wealth of knowledge and spirit. Through such generational transmission of experience and wisdom, the progress of mankind as a whole accelerated.
Flexibility, change and skepticism are essential to progress as well as our comprehension of universal knowledge and self-knowledge.
The advent of the Aeon of the Child and the reception of The Book of the Law in 1904 signaled the beginning of a fundamental change in the evolution of mankind. The single word that summarizes this great change is in the Greek word Thelema, which means “Will”. One of the most important revelations in The Book of the Law is the statement that “Every man and every woman is a star”; that is, each human being is a unique element of the Cosmos, self-determined and potentially co-equal with all other Gods.
“So with thy all; thou hast no right but to do thy will. Do that, and no other shall say nay.”
The Book of the Law is comprised of three Chapters which are paralleled by the three main stages in human development: the Aeon of the Mother, the Aeon of the Father, and the Aeon of the Child in which we now live and which we affirm is ruled by the Law of Thelema.
This Podcast is dedicated to the discovery and understanding of the Law of Thelema in relation to the affairs of daily life. Through our studies and discussions it is our aim to unfold its principles and make the Law of Thelema available to all in service to mankind.
Love is the law, love under will.