“There is no law beyond do what thou wilt. There is an end to the word of the god enthroned in Ra’s seat, lightening the girders of the soul.”
—Liber AL vel Legis (The Book of the Law), chapter III, v60-61.
Transcribed over three consecutive days in 1904, the god Aiwass allegedly delivered sacred knowledge to Aleister Crowley in Egypt, inspiring The Book of the Law. This environment conjures the portrait of Aiwass amongst the ruins of aging gods. An original typeface was developed to fit the essence of the word.