I was very productive with my studies this past weekend. Here, I will be presenting my insights to you all in the following text.
I believe the three main characters of LXV are:
1. The Heart/V.V.V.V.V./Magister
2. The Serpent/Adonai
3. The scribe/prophet
The first three chapters of LXV culminate into the Vision of No Difference, the sign indicative of the Ipissimus and the Kether-Point-of-View, displayed to the reader in the last lines of Ch. III.
This being firmly established, out of sheer lust for knowledge of one another, it is only appropriate that the Heart and the Serpent should exchange places, so that 5 V's might assimilate being the Serpent, and so Adonai might assimilate being the Heart (as if He had the need!).
LXV communicates the necessity of the God to the Adorer and equally, perhaps moreso, the Adorer to the God. Here's Liber AL I:27 -
With the God & the Adorer I am nothing: they do not see me. They are as upon the earth; I am Heaven, and there is no other God than me, and my lord Hadit.
Indeed, none should take heed that Nuit should become Naught in Their presence, for this is invariably the condition of All without the Two.
In the final Chapter, the scribe/prophet is sanctioned as Hoor and permitted into permanent communion with the Heart and the Serpent.
The God and the Adorer are the Twain Forces of the Magus, as the Four Wounds of LXV V:14 are his Four Weapons, which he uses to Unite the Two (see Liber B vel Magi).
Now, see this, from Magick in Theory and Practice:
Being determined to instruct mankind, He sought a simple statement of his object. His will was sufficiently informed by common sense to decide him to teach man "The Next Step", the thing which was immediately above him. He might have called this "God", or "The Higher Self", or "The Augoeides", or "Adi-Buddha", or 61 other things --- but He had discovered that these were all one, yet that each one represented some theory of the Universe which would ultimately be shattered by criticism --- for He had already passed through the realm of Reason, and knew that every statement contained an absurdity. He therefore said: "Let me declare this Work under this title: 'The obtaining of the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel'", because the theory implied in these words is so patently absurd that only simpletons would waste much time in analysing it. It would be accepted as a convention, and no one would incur the grave danger of building a philosophical system upon it.
Contemplation of the above has lead me to the inference that the HGA is who one is while one is actively approximating what one might call "God," which I define as what is transcendent of all categories of thought, what is beyond any and all ontological capacity, no matter what.
In being imperceptible to all, a common foundation is established in which all things irrefragably partake of.
In such a definition, we can see lies as the means of Truth; that which escapes rational grasp may lack definition and thus we may suffer the inability to communicate what it is, however, we can still make reference as to its location.
Such is Silence. And the only direction we can possibly hope to derive from such an One is what we gleen from our very own insight into living in relation to IT, and it is precisely this which I believe constitutes one's K&C.
Whether or not consciousness is anything remarkable is still up for debate; we've nothing else of the sort to compare it to! However, division is undeniably among us, and I infer that it is this very property of consciousness that sets the stage for everything to either exist uniquely to is respective components (Lunar Consciousness) or to collapse into One undifferentiated unity (Solar Consciousness), being Naught.
Any thoughts or questions? I'm very interested to read what the members here have to say, as this marks a very important part of the (almost) 3 years I've spent with Crowley's work.
Love is the law, love under will.