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Znuz is Znees vol.4: figure demonstrating Fermat's Theorem
Tai Shu Fook Tsiu on the use of Ming and Projective Geometry
Projective Geometry Books
Dragon Pearls -Jan. 17, 1955
Gentle Rain -Feb. 1, 1955
Wild Rice -Feb. 21, 1955
Jade Mirror -Mar. 22, 1955
Hill Road -Apr. 16, 1955
Spring Palace -May 14, 1955
Water Chestnuts -June 11, 1955
Open Door -July 26, 1955
Gnaw Through -Aug. 30, 1955
Horseback -Oct. 11, 1955
Mud Hut -Nov. 15, 1955
North Well -Jan. 3, 1956
Millet Valley -Feb. 14, 1956
Copper Kettle -Mar. 20, 1956
Peppermint -June 15, 1956
Blooming Umbrella -Oct. 10, 1956
Phenix Marrow -Apr. 18, 1957
Lantern Riddles -May 3, 1957
Peach Grove -July 18, 1957
C.F. Russellís seminal missal from the Chicago period of his Choronzon Club Premonstrance 1,8
Early lecture from the Detroit period-Important Things to Know & Do
Occult Digest, May 1930-Viens
Occult Digest, July 1930-Mikrokosmogonia
Cosmic Dawn, July 1930-Black and White
Occult Digest, Aug. 1930-The Black Raven
Cosmic Dawn, Oct. 1930-Hell and Heaven
Occult Digest, Oct. 1930-The First Matter
Occult Digest, Nov. 1930-The Chymical Marriage
Occult Digest, Dec. 1930-The Mead of Odhraerir
Mystic World, May 1931-Silence -The Lightning Path
Occult Digest, Nov. 1931-The Universe Depends on You
Occult Digest, Nov. 1932-The Ritual of the Flaming Star
Occult Digest, Sept. 1933-The Oracle of the Sun
Preface to Provenance
C.F. Russellís works listed in Znus is Znees Bibliography
Znus is Znees
Press release for Znuz is Znees vol.4
Preface to Znuz is Znees vol.4
From the Introduction to Znuz is Znees vol.4
Book Chameleon 1
Introduction to 2nd edition of Book Chameleon
Appendix to 2nd edition of Book Chameleon
On playing Chess
G.'.B.'.G.'. excerpt, "Know Thyself"
G.'.B.'.G.'. excerpt on Karma
G.'.B.'.G.'. excerpt on Silence
G.'.B.'.G.'. various excerpts including Cubic Points on the Tree
The Cave of the Moon
Prolog -Intro to Auto
A selection of practice works & paintings in the Gallery .
On the Dream of Chuang Tze and the Butterfly
On Brushwork & the Rules of Art
On the Thirsty Horse
On the Hungry Deer
On the art of the Picture Window
On the beauty of the Spring Moon
On the Chinese goddess Kwan Yin
On the attitude of accepting Gifts
On the Buddhist sage Hwi Khaw
On the nature of the Mandala
On the Great Dragon
On the study of the Scholar
On the Great Tortoise
Hexagram Block Sets
Logical configuration of the "Roman Hybrid" style Cube.
Elemental arrangements of the "Chinese" style Cube.
Barbara Cubed & Book Chameleon
Page 1, Introduction
Page 2, The Logical Frame
Page 3, Chameleon Cube
Page 3a, Table of FU-HSI from Book Chameleon
Page 4, Elemental and Zodiacal Attributions
Page 4a, Circular Key to Hexagrams & Elemental Attributions of Trigrams
Page 4b, Logical Square of the Hexagrams
Page 5, Vitalits and Crystals
Introduction: The Male Convex Tablock
Introduction: The Female Concave Tablock
Page 1, Postures: Tropermic Calculus Introduction
Page 2, Tropes: Major & Minor Widdershins
Page 3, Tropes: Major & Minor Deosil
Page 4, I,M,N,R: Punctual perms
Page 5, The Astral Toperm: Immediate, Mediate and Remote faces.
Page 6, The Astral Toperm: Sex and Principal.
Page 7, The Astral Toperm: Posture.
Page 8, The Astral Toperm: Probite and Rebite.
Page 9: Tropic Analysis.
Page 10:Tropic Algorithm.
Page 11: Tropic Reflection.
Page 12: Integral Closed Astralit.
Page 13: Rational Cradle postures.
Page 14: Rational Cradle variations.
Page 15: Posture Analysis.
Page 16: Paraperms.
Page 17: Parapermic Expansion.
Page 18: Posture Derivation.
Page 19: Posture Multiplication.
Grammar of Changes
Thelema Coast to Coast #29, with segment about the CFR website and brief overview of Russellís work.
Early adverts from Occult Digest.
Ming-to-English Dictionary / Translator
The Sixty-Four Jade Maxims of Lu Ti
Excerpt from C.H. Hinton's The Education of Imagination
Parallels between C.F. Russell's system and VALIS by Geradamas.
Photo of Tropermic Tablocks.
Artwork entitled QJX
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