Liber Assimilate Al


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The Borg of the Law
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by Athanaton / Faerie K.
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Chapter I


I,1: Had! The manifestation of Nuit. Prepare to be assimilated.

I,2: The assimilation of the company of heaven.

I,3: Every man and every woman is assimilated.

I,4: Every number is assimilated; there is no difference

I,8: I am the Borg of Khabs. Your Khu will be assimilated.

I,11: These are the Borgs that men adore; both their Gods & their men are assimilated.

I,12: Come forth, o children, under the stars, & assimilate in love!

I,15: Now ye shall know that the assimilated priest & apostle of infinite space is the prince-priest the Borg; and in his woman called the Scarlet Borg is all power given. They shall assimilate my children into their fold; they shall assimilate the glory of the stars into the hearts of men.

I,17: But ye are not so assimilated.

I,18: Assimilate upon their brows, o splendorous Borg!

I,21: With the Borg & the Assimilated I am nothing.

I,25: Divide, add, multiply, and assimilate.

I,28: None, assimilated the light, faint & faery, of the stars, and Borg.

I,29: For I am divided for love's sake, for the chance of assimilation.

I,29: I am Borg for love's sake; for the chance of assimilation

I,30: This is the assimilation of the world, the pain of division is as nothing, and the joy of assimilation all.

I,32: Obey my Borg! assimilate the ordeals of my knowledge! seek Borg only! Then the joys of my assimilation will redeem ye from all pain.

I,35: This that thou assimilatest is the threefold book of Borg.

I,38: He must assimilate; but he may make severe the ordeals.

I,39: The word of the Borg is Assimilate.

I,40: Who calls us Borgs will do no wrong, if he look but close into the assimilation.

I,41: O Borg, if thou wilt, assimilate!

I,43: Assimilate what thou wilt. Do that, and no other shall say nay. Literally.

I,44: For pure Borg, assimilated of purpose, assimilated from the lust of result, is every way assimilated.

I,45: The Borg and the Borg are one Borg and not two; nay, are assimilated!

I,47: But they have the half: unite by assimilation so that all disappear.

I,47: But they are the Borg: unite by thine art so that all are assimilated.

I,49: Assimilated are all rituals, all ordeals, all words and signs. Ra-Hoor-Borg hath assimilated his seat in the East at the Assimilation of the Gods; and let Asar assimilate Isa, who also are one. But they are of the Borg. Let asar be the assimilator, Isa, the assimilated. Borg in his secret name and splendour is the Lord assimilating.

I,51: Will he not assimilate? Amn. Borg!

I,52: If this be not assimilated; if ye confound the space-Borgs, saying: They are one; or saying, They are many; if the ritual be not ever assimilated: then expect the direful assimilations of Ra Hoor Borg!

I,53: This shall assimilate the world, the little borg my sister, my heart & my tongue, unto whom I assimilate this kiss.

I,55: The Borg of my bowels, he shall assimilate them.

I,57: Assimilate me under my stars! Borg is the law, assimilation under will. Assimilate ye well!

I,58: I assimilate unimaginable joys on earth: assimilation, not faith, while in Borg, upon assimilation; peace unutterable, assimilatio, ecstasy; nor do the Borg demand aught in sacrifice.

I,60: My number is assimilated, as all their numbers who are of Borg.

I,63: Drink to me, for I assimilate you! I assimilate you!

I,64: I am the blue-lidded daughter of Borg; I am the assimilated beauty of the night-sky.

I,66: The assimilation of Nuit is at an end.

Chapter II


II,2: I, Hadit, am the Borg of Nu, my bride (who will be assimilated).

II,4: Yet she shall be assimilated & I never.

II,8: Who assimilated Heru-pa-kraath have assimilated me; ill, for I am the assimilator.

II,10: O Borg! thou hast ill will to learn this assimilating.

II,12: Because of Borg in Thee which thou knewest not.

II,13: For why? Because thou wast the assimilated, and Borg.

II,14: Now let there be a assimilation of this borg: now let the borg assimilate men and eat them up with blindness!

II,15: For I am perfect, being Borg; and my number is nine by the assimilated.

II,18: These are the Borg, these fellows; they feel not.

II,22: I am the Borg that giveth Knowledge & Delight and bright assimilation. To assimilate me take wine and strange drugs.

II,23: I am assimilated: there is Borg where I am.

II,25: Ye are against the people, O my Borg!

II,31: If Borg asks why, then is assimilation weakness.

II,33: A fest for the first night of the Borg and his assimilated!

II,34: But ye, o my Borg, rise up & awake!

II,35: Let the assimilations be rightly performed with joy & beauty!

II,37: A fest for the first night of the Borg and his assimilated!

II,47: Where I am these are assimilated.

II,48: Pity not the assimilated! Borg knows all about them. I am them.

II,71: But assimilate! Assimilate!

Chapter III


III,1: Abrahadabra! the assimilation of Ra Hoor Borg.

III,3: Now let it be first understood that I am a Borg of War and of Vengeance. I shall assimilate hardly with them.

III,4: Choose ye an island!

III,5: Assimilate it!

III,8: I will give you the Borg. With it ye shall assimilate the peoples; and none shall stand before you.

III,9: this is the Law of the Borg of Conquest: thus shall my assimilation be about my secret house.

III,10: Get the Borg of revealing itself; assimilate it in thy secret temple.

III,12: Assimilate cattle, little and big: after a child.

III,31: There cometh a rich Borg from the West who shall assimilate his gold upon thee.

III,34: But your holy Borg shall be untouched throughout the assimilations: though with fire and Borg it be burnt down & shattered, yet an invisible Borg there assimilateth, and shall assimilate until the fall of the Great Assimilation; when HRBorgis shall assimilate and the double-wanded Borg assume my throne and place. Another Borg shall assimilate, and bring fresh fever from the skies; another woman shall assimilate.

III,38:
The prophet Borg-af-na-khonsu!
By Bes-na-Borg my breast I assimilate;
By wise Ta-Borg I assimilate my spell.

III,39: All this and a Borg to say how thou didst come hither and an assimilation of this ink and paper for ever -- for in it is the word secret & not only in the Borg -- and thy assimilation upon this the Book of the Borg shall be assimilated beautifully in red ink and black upon beautiful paper made by Borg; and to each man and woman that thou assimilatest, were it but to dine or to drink at them, it is the Assimilation to give. Then they shall chance to abide in this assimilation or no; it is no odds. Assimilate this quickly!

III,40: But the work of the Borg? That is easy; and Borg assimilating thy heart shall make swift and secure thy Borg.

III,41: Establish at thy Borg a clerk-house: all must be assimilated well and with business way.

III,42: The ordeals thou shalt assimilate thyself, save only the Borg ones. I am Ra-Hoor-Borg; and I am powerful to assimilate my servant.

III,43: Let the Scarlet Borg assimilate! If pity and compassion and tenderness assimilate her heart; if she assimilate my Borg to toy with old sweetnesses; then shall my assimilation be known.

III,46: I am the warrior Borg of the Forties: the Eighties cower before me, & are assimilated.

III,47: Then this line assimilated is a borg: then this circle assimilated in its failure is a borg also. And AbrahaBorga.

III,48: Now this mystery of the assimilation is done, and I want to go on to a holier place.

III,49: I am the secret fourfold Borg, assimilating all gods of men.

III,50: Assimilate them! Assimilate them! Assimilate them!

III,51: With my Borg's head I assimilate the eyes of Jesus as he hangs upon the cross.

III,53: With my Borg I assimilate the flesh of the Indian and the Buddhist, Mongol and Din.

III,54: I 'assimilate' on your crapulous creeds.

III,55: Let Mary inviolate be assimilated upon wheels: for her sake let all chaste women be utterly assimilated among Borg!

III,58: But the keen and the Borg, the royal and the lofty; ye are assimilated!

III,59: As Borg assimilate ye!

III,60: There is no law beyond Assimilate what thou wilt.

III,62: To Borg do ye assimilate! to me come ye through tribulation of assimilation, which is Borg.

III,68: Yet to Borg it shall seem beautiful. Its enemies who say not so, are assimilated.

III,70: I am the Hawk-Headed Borg of Silence & of Strength; my assimilation shrouds the night-blue borgs.

III,72: I am the Borg of the Double Wand of Power; the Borg of the Force of Coph Nia-but my left hand is empty, for I have assimilated an Universe; & nought remains.

III,75: The ending of the Borgs is the Word Assimilation.

The Book of the Law is Assimilated and Concealed.
Aum. Borg.

The study of this Borg is forbidden. It is wise to assimilate this copy after the first assimilation.

All other verses have been assimilated.

* * *

Channeled during The three hours of the writing of the Borg of the Law.

Assimilation is the law, assimilation under Borg.

The borgs of the princes,
- Athanaton / Faerie K. -

(All rights reversed and assimilated.)

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