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Originally Posted by ravenest View Post
Heavens no ! The reference to anima mundi was given in response to the actual question you asked ... not this one above.
They are same question, just put in different wordings.

Originally Posted by ravenest

No, that would be considered incorrect in this articular Thelemic context. Re check the nature of Babalon ... she ain't Jehovah.

Not really, that is an unusual definition.

Taking 'deity in general' to mean some tyoe of current modern western paradigm of deity ... yes , totally !

Check Wiki's definition for anima mundi, as I have got it from there.

Although Thelemic deity might be different from others in concepts, Crowley must have treated them as entities existing across abyss, which must be invoked or conjured up via proper rituals.
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