Nice simple explanation:
Seen in this sense (and “spoken” in second-person, with a little application of poetic license), the phrase is intended as a sort of a “wish” or a “spell,” (cast by the writer upon the reader):
“May you die and be reborn, In the limitless extending Light of Godhead.”
Methaphorical Meaning For Non-Sectarians:
“May you change, and keep changing unto perfection.”
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January 22, 2005 at 5:40 pm
January 23, 2005 at 10:58 am
Is that interpretation not accurate?
January 25, 2005 at 11:34 am
Oh, I was just pleasantly surprised that someone put that online, and that you linked to it. 🙂
It’s certainly a valid interpretation and is part of why I chose LVX23 as my moniker. LVX=Light. Note that LVX in Latin numerals adds to 65, which has some interesting Hebrew, gematria, and Thelemic valuations. Also, to get numerological, 65 breaks down to 11, making the glyph 1123.
Definitely spot-on about the death-rebirth triumverate.