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This is part of Lady Sheba's First Degree Initiation Ritual, where it is given as a speech made to the Candidiate by the High Priestess

This has been taken from the Alexandrian book of shadows.

O Thou who hast declared intent to become one of us, hear then that

which thou must know to do: Single is the race, single of men and of

Gods, from a single source we both draw breath, but a difference of

power in everything keeps us apart, for we are as nothing but the Gods

stay forever. Yet we can, in greatness of minds, be like the Gods.

Though we know not to what goal by day or in the night, Fate has

written that we shall run beyond all seas, and earth's last boundaries.

Beyond the Spring of night and the Heaven's vast expanse there lies a

majesty which is the domain of the Gods. Those who would pass

through the Gates of Night and Day to that sweet place, which is

between the world of men and the domains of the Lords of the Outer

Spaces, know that unless there is truth in thy heart, thy every effort is

doomed to failure. HEAR THEN THE LAW: That thou lovest all

things in nature. That thou walkest humbly in the ways of men and the

ways of the Gods. Also it is the law that contentment thou shalt learn,

through suffering, and from long years, and from nobility of mind and

of purpose. FOR THE WISE NEVER GROW OLD. Their minds

are nourished by living in the daylight of the Gods and if among the

vulgar some discoveries should arise concerning some maxims of thy

belief in the Gods so do thou, for the most part, keep silent. For there

is a great risk of those who straightaway vomit up that which they hast

not digested. And when someone shall say to thee, thou knowest

naught and it bites thee naught, then knowest thou that thou hast

begun the work. And as sheep do not bring their food to the shepherd

to show how much they have eaten but digesting inwardly their

provender do bear outwardly wool and milk, even so, do not display

the maxims to the vulgar, but rather the works that flow when they are

digested.

- From - Phantom120

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