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Regardies 7 equals 4?

To: alt.magick
From: (SarDraconis)
Date: 22 Dec 2003 08:25:42 GMT
Subject: Re: Regardies 7=4? 


>Now lets
>backtrack a little. I gave him one after his death as a sort of honourary
>capacity for his life long work with the GD. 

Hi Patrick,

You were challenged some time ago to produce your 7=4 grade certificate signed
by Jack Taylor.  If you don't have one, why don't you just come out and admit

How "nice" of you to posthumously honour Mr. Regardie.  It was also "nice" of
you to send him ("pre-humously") a complete copy of (a suitably modified)
version of Felkin's 7=4 ritual, derived from F.'s astral skrying, along with
(later) your encouraging words to Regardie: "Consider yourself a 7=4."  Did F.
Regardie realize that, while you wished him to consider himself a 7=4, and in
full possession of the "mythical" 7=4 ritual which you sent him, in fact, in
reality you intended to hold it back until after his death, as "an honourary
title" from one pat zalev.?  Now isn't that being just a wee bit deceptive,

But Felkin's 7=4 ritual was not the one adopted by Mathers, and it was not a
Golden Dawn 7=4 ritual at all, a fact which Regardie was well aware of.

How come you keep claiming to be a golden dawn 7=4, when all you have is
felkin's s.m. ritual, but not the gd one?  Didn't jack t. ever tell you that
felkin's ritual was not a golden dawn ritual at all?  Or is that something you
don't want to admit either, aside from the question of whether or not you even
possess a grade certificate signed jack t.

>I gave him one after his death as a sort of honourary
>capacity for his life long work with the GD. 

You already said that.  How come you keep repeating yourself.  Do you have some
sort of anal retentive fixation on making regardie only an "honourary" 7=4,
rather than a real one.

He was the sort of person that
>never would accept a real 7=4 in life from me or anyone else.

Then why did you write to him, while still alive, "Consider yourself a 7=4." 
Surely you knew that he was well aware that the ritual you sent to him was a
Felkin ritual, and not a Golden Dawn ritual.

>Nice of you to enlighten me about Regardie giving Hyatt the 7=4.

Patrick you delude yourself still, and you are  NOT enlightened.  I do not
speak for Mr. Hyatt at all.  Never have and never will.



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