Entrance into the next grade is by an act of will, of which
the many methods that exist lead to the same result, and this
confers an office in the Temple of Initiation, confirming
the perfect understanding of the Formula of Initiation.
Let the Philosophus make a record
of the transition, imbuing it with as great a detail as possible in
the Magick Journal and Record for the grade.
Additionally instructed to, after
great consideration, contemplate his or her motto and any perceived
need for changing it. Also instructed to start a new Record and
Journal for the grade.
Dominus Liminis ~
Let the Dominus Liminis proceed, in
as much as internal and external circumstances allow, in the
- Attain success in the final practice in Liber
III and acquire mastery of Pratyahara and Dharana, as
instructed in Liber IV, Part 2.
- Success in the practices contained in Liber
DCCCXXXI, Liber XI and Liber
- Forms the solution to the Lighting of the Lamp,
which has been called many things, (Key of the Mysteries,
Sliding Key, No-Thing, OT, Little-Light, etc.) yet is no
more than a certain perspective attained through achieved
- Then shall the Aspirant�s one system of Magick
be formed, unique to the Aspirant, and completely accomplished
whence it is properly named and defined.
- Having already acquired the perfect understanding
of the Formula of Initiation and the solution to the Lighting
of the Lamp, the third and final stage of self-sufficiency
shall the Dominus Liminis follow the Light of the Lamp
through the three paths leading into the House of Beauty, and
partake of the mysteries therein.
of these practices are easy and it is not to be implied otherwise
from such brief instruction as given above.}