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Chapter 2
ヒトの叡智が編み上げたモノ — Grimoire_Nova.
That Which Human Wisdom Compiled. — Grimoire_Nova
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SynopsisEdit

CharactersEdit

By order of appearance:

AbilitiesEdit

LocationsEdit

TriviaEdit

ReferbacksEdit

  • The incident where Kumokawa Seria lost her eye and replaced it with a spare stored elsewhere is referenced while Heaven Canceller is going through the process needed to grant Lilith a body.[1][2]
  • Noukan refers to Kihara Byouri with regards to what would happen if a Kihara pursued medicine, and his student Kihara Yuiitsu with regards to her actions after his injuries.[1][3][4][5][6]
  • Aiwass and Coronzon's creation of vessels and reproductions, such as those of Mina Mathers, Lilith Crowley and the Qliphah Puzzle 545, is referenced when the truth about the Golden Dawn is revealed.[7][8][9]

Cultural ReferencesEdit

  • The Trithemius Westcott refers to is Johannes Trithemius (1462 - 1516, born Johann Heidenberg), a German abbot, polymath and scholar, active in the German Renaissance as a lexicographer, chronicler, cryptographer, and occultist. The Cipher Manuscripts involved in the foundation of the Golden Dawn were written in English using a cipher derived from Trithemius' work (specifically his five-book steganographic work Polygraphia).[10] Among his students were Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa and Paracelsus.
  • The scattered objects used for Mathers' Belzébuth are compared to Adzuki beans.[11]
  • Nephthys and Niang-Niang refer to several methods of torture, punishment and execution including hara-kiri, Lingchi, Paolao, the Six-Location Cut (六所斬り (ろくしょぎり) ?) and the rack.[12]
  • What Niang-Niang had in mind with the spring onion was an old Japanese folk remedy for colds and fevers, involving shoving the spring onion up the patient's rear end.[12]

Unanswered QuestionsEdit

QuotesEdit

  • Aleister Crowley: "What a silly farce, Mathers. Even with all these familiar faces around, am I still all alone in the end?" (to Mathers)

ReferencesEdit

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