FIAOF

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i see that the word FIAOF equals 93 and i have read about how it represnts parzival story, but i dont really understand this formula. can someone help me see this? is it just a different form of IAO or something completely different.
thanks
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fr418

Yes, it was Crowley's way of reworking IAO to total to 93. (And, in pronouncing it, remember that the first and last letters aren't the English F but the Greek diagamma, which is pronounced essentially as a consonantal U. To oversimplify, the pronunciation is roughly WeeAhOu.)
Do you have any specific questions about it? The treatment in Magick in Theory & Practice is quite excellent.

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thank you for your reply jim, basically of course i see it equals 93 an i have read in MTP how it goes with the story of parzival. but other than these 2 things is there anything else i should look at or know about this word? or is that it?
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fr418

There's a whole universe to look at  and that's just the part you already have in front of you.
BTW, notice that it's not just Parsifal  that's just one variation of the myth. Crowley also developed it in terms of the Horus story for example. It's a formula, not the analysis of a specific myth.

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cool thanks for all the info JAE!
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