I:N:R:I Formula and Grade Signs

@Mr Menth said
"On page 94, there is the wonderful version of the INRI formula in a Thelemic style. I was just wondering, do you employ the N.O.X or L.V.X signs when doing this, and at what point?"
Thank you for the compliment, and it's a great question, one I didn't anticipate.
Answer: Neither. It's past both formulae. It was written for Chokmah where the older formulae cease to express themselves. NOX ends at Biynah.
If used at a lower part of the tree, then, of course, you may insert what seems appropriate to you. Remember that the LVX signs are the specific grade signs of Tifereth, and the NOX signs are the grade signs of G'boorah through Biynah.

Thanks Jim,
I tested this out this morning and got fantastic results. Before I was using the formula in Tiphareth, which was "effective", but, using the formula in Chokmah was "ecstatic"; and I prefer ecstatic over effective, it gets the holy juices going.
Cheers

Thanks for the feedback. Enjoy
PS  I assume you read the footnote (the summary of conclusions from an early Liber Nu practice) that explain it just a bit more? I think that footnote and the text itself will give people an explanation if they want one.

@Mr Menth said
"On page 94, there is the wonderful version of the INRI formula in a Thelemic style. I was just wondering, do you employ the N.O.X or L.V.X signs when doing this, and at what point?
Thank you."
Ah, here's the old thread I was looking for. The reference to page 94 is even more valuable. I was stopping with the instruction on the Lesser and not reading the Greater Ritual of the Hexagram instructions nor the addendum. Not there yet.
Thank you for that analysis.