William Breeze

by G.M.Kelly

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

I posed this question on an eGroup:  "Why did Bill Breeze, Caliph Hymenaeus Beta of the Caliphate pseudo-o.t.o., move from Texas to Germany?"  One of his followers quoted Liber OZ:  "Man has the right ... to dwell where he will:  to move as he will on the face of the earth."  To which I replied:  "Absolutely!  But I did not question his right to move to Germany.  I am simply - and already knowing the answer - asking why he fled from the United States?"  This was answered with absolute silence.

Warming Up

There once was a fellow named Breeze,
Who'd sue if you so much as sneeze;
For dollars or cents,
A pound or a pence,
He would take from a dog all his fleas.

There once was a fellow named Breeze,
On Thelema he put the big squeeze;
He was in it for money,
For his pecker was runny,
Lord, take him now if you please.

There once was a fellow named Breeze,
Who liked people best on their knees;
He wanted their praise,
Didn't care if they're crazed,
For his ego was just a big sleaze.

There once was a fellow named Bill,
A bad Breeze that was over the hill;
He pretended to be master,
While creating a disaster,
Now mere mention of his name makes us ill.

And if you think that this is all I have to say on the subject, you don't know me too well!

Love is the law, love under will.