The Crowned and Conquering Child

Within Thelema, Ra-Hoor-Khuit, the speaker within the third chapter of The Book of the Law, is the Lord of the New Aeon: The Crowned and Conquering Child and is the manifestation of Horus of the Two Horizons.

Fear not at all; fear neither men nor Fates, nor gods, nor anything. Money fear not, nor laughter of the folk folly, nor any other power in heaven or upon the earth or under the earth. Nu is your refuge as Hadit your light; and I am the strength, force, vigour, of your arms.”

Liber AL: The Book of the Law III:17

Much like the Two Horizons, The Crowned and Conquering Child has dual meaning at St. Hamilton’s: not only does it relate to Horus as the Lord of the New Aeon, but it dually represents that which we identify as “The Crowned and Conquering Children” in the name of Life, Light, Love and Liberty, and goes hand in hand with our mission to provide a safe, non-discriminating environment for our siblings no matter one’s chosen spiritual path, religious background, sexual orientation or gender identity. Every Man and Every Woman is a Star, unique in their own orbit.


As the Crowned and Conquering Children of Ra-Hoor-Khuit, we are to remain strong and pure, letting our rainbow coloured texture set forth the glory of the whole universe.


Sound Controversial? Additional Reading Material to Liber Oz

1. Liber II The Message of the Master Therion

2. Commentary by Sabazius

Acts invasive of another individual’s equal rights are implicitly self-aggressions….Such acts as rape, and the assault or seduction of infants, may therefore be justly regarded as offences against the Law of Liberty, and repressed in the interests of that Law.” — Aleister Crowley, from the New Comment on AL. I. 51.

“Thus we balance the Triads, uniting the Three in One; thus we gather up all the threads of human passion and interest, and weave them into an harmonious tapestry, subtly and diligently with great art, that our Order may seem an ornament even to the Stars that are in the Heavens at Night. In our rainbow-coloured texture we set forth the glory of the whole Universe— See thou to it, brother Magician, that thine own thread be strong, and pure, and of a colour brilliant in itself, yet ready to mingle in all beauty with those of thy brethren!” – Liber 194