Like the instar tunneling to the surface. We must shed our own circumferences. Find the divinity within and emerge.
A clue that points toward 761.mp3 file
A key that is used to decode the rest of the text taking the position of the runes to create numeric sequence
A key that is used to decode the rest of the text taking the position the English letter position eg A = 0, to create a numeric sequence.
A clue that points towards the number 1,595,277,641 notable as not being in the title this time.
A clue that points to the key phrase 'the instar emergence'
A clue that reminds us about Gematria totaling, as this poem has each line add to prime, that create the big number 1,595,277,641
A method to select runes from the main text, in English if the key was 'Hello' you would search main text of random runes for the first H, take the next rune to the right, then search from their for the next E, take the rune to the right.
So one of the main points of Liber Al Legis is that "Every man and every woman is a star". From this Crowley derives the main law of Thelema, Do as thou wilt shall be the whole of the law. I think that the fact that this parable was brought up again, unencrypted no less, is pointing us back to Liber Al Legis. 3301's philosophies are very much Thelemic from what I have seen. Not to mention that this is called the Liber Primus. Unfortunately, I don't know shit about decryption. But the occult is my jam.
Was anything ever done with 1,595,277,641? 1, 277, 641 are all prime, but 595 is not. But if you combine 595, you get 19 which is prime. And then you have an ascending set 1,19,277,641. Or if you combine all 10 numbers you get 47, also prime. If you combine each set individually, you would come out with 1, 0 (or 1, I am not sure if 10 reduces to 0 or 1, I would appreciate guidance on this), 7, 2. If it is 1072 maybe that is the order to decode Liber Primus? There is a 0 page after all. Or possibly the verses 1,0,7,2 in Liber al legis hold clues to the decryption?