The Nineteenth Enochian Call; the relevance of its description of the Earth to current events; suspicion of its description; implications of governance of a whole by its parts; how one part can never be an answer to the condition of the world; the truth of the world reveals itself in times of discord; the possibility of two different worlds; the nature of these different worlds; the rearrangement of the dominant way of understanding the world; the importance of naming things and of the refusal to name them; naming as a conduit into social and cultural drama; disadvantages of not naming; discrimination as the virtue of Malkuth; withdrawal and reserve as components of discrimination; nothing within the world offers escape from the nature of the world; our inner knowing of the nature of the world; leaning into the world diminishes the opportunity for something other; preoccupation with reputation as a substitute for humanity; the morality of the gutter; a cultural drama driven purely by a concern for personal reputation rather than a true contact of horror with the soul; reputation as a substitute for lack of control; doubling down and damnation; moving in the direction of loss of humanity; Buddhism and the Nineteenth Enochian Call; “It repenteth me I made Man”; the sorrow of the divine at the choices of humankind; how sorrow and compassion suggest an alternative path; warnings from God; a vision and its qualities; “being grabbed”; the destruction of a city; allowing the vision to disclose its nature; an event in reality that seemed to match the vision; contrasts and similarities with precognition and synchronicity; how prophecy is neither an instruction nor a message; “you know it when you see it”; the city in the vision was revealed as New York; prediction versus prophecy; the instructions embedded in the Call and addressed to the First Aethyr; scrying the aethyrs as remote viewing; Crowley’s approach to the aethyrs; consistency in the experience of scrying the aethyrs; the power of creation handed to the created; magick as the providence of God; the way out is through the world as it is; going first to the highest and the highest governing the parts is the way to turn things the right way up; conscious participation in the process of division; magick as the way out from darkness; the experience of scrying the First Aethyr; finding one world through the other as a complete image of creation; the point of the vision as an expression of divine sorrow; its fulfilment an indication of the reality of the divine.

Duncan Barford (2022). HIEROPHANY #02 Discrimination, ( Accessed November 2023.

Maa-kheru, ed. (2023). The forty-eight calls or keys in the Enochian language, Crowley's phonetic, and Dee's English, ( Accessed November 2023.

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