The Whole of the Law

I’ve been quietly jamming out to The 1900s album “Plume Delivery” for about six months now.  Like me, the band’s from Chicago but was unable to escape the inexorable gravity of the small, dirty peninsula that some call San Francisco.  It was only last night when Mary quizzed Keith on the details of Aleister Crowley’s life (for those keeping score, Keith was batting about a .33)  that I realized that the chorus for the song “Whole of the Law” is actually the Law of Thelema from Crowley’s Book of the Law:  “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law[,] . . . Love is the law, love under will.”  Strong work, boys. Strong work.

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