Sunday, April 10, 2011

Office of the Readings for 2011

It's that time of year again! This post will remain the top article here for the duration of the Thelemic High Holy Days, from March 20th to April 10th. The Rite of the Office of the Readings is performed for all of the readings following The Invocation of Horus on March 20th. It may also be used with The Prologue of the Unborn on March 19th at your own discretion. We've done it both ways over the years.


The Invocation of Horus
The Rite of the Office of the Readings


March 19th - The Prologue of the Unborn
March 20th - Saturn/Earth, The Universe
March 21st - Fire/Spirit, The Aeon
March 22nd - Sol, The Sun
March 23rd - Pisces, The Moon
March 24th - Aries, The Emperor
March 25th - Mars, The Tower
March 26th - Capricornus, The Devil
March 27th - Sagittarius, Art
March 28th - Scorpio, Death
March 29th - Water, The Hanged Man
March 30th - Libra, Adjustment
March 31st - Jupiter, Fortune
April 1st - Virgo, The Hermit
April 2nd - Leo, Lust
April 3rd - Cancer, The Chariot
April 4th - Gemini, The Lovers
April 5th - Taurus, The Hierophant
April 6th - Aquarius, The Star
April 7th - Venus, The Empress
April 8th - Luna, The Priestess
April 9th - Mercury, The Magus
April 10th - Air, The Fool

If you would like to perform this series and have questions, feel free to e-mail me here.

All Office of the Readings posts may also be viewed here. Our Office of the Readings series is based on this ritual by the Companions of Monsalvat.

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Anonymous said...

I wanted to thank you for this post. I didn't do the ritual proper, but I have done the daily readings and I greatly enjoyed them. They included some of the more obscure works of Crowley that I'm now going to have to put in the effort to track down, as I'd like to read the whole.

Scott Stenwick said...

You're welcome! The readings include some selections that don't get quoted or read a lot from Crowley's work, and we've also found that organizing them in this way provides some further insight into their deeper meanings.

Anonymous said...

I found the pairing of Thelemic readings with other readings really interesting. Like you say about organizing them, together I got some insight I didn't see otherwise. I was familiar with some of the non-Crowley works, in some cases extremely familiar, but having them right after put them in a different light.