Reappropriated and known terminology as it relates to the LIBER DOCTRINA, and your new terminology used in the LIBER EGOS.
ANIMUS- connective force that binds us to one another.
Antagonists – The archetypes of negative beings.
Constants – The three, usually general, disparate beliefs that define their morality and shape their intellect/intuition (Nous). These are the three pillars that fortify the self.
Examples – Archetypes that embody obvious adherence to safety through unquestioning belief and servitude. Automatons. These are not necessarily negative people, but people who do not share the CONSTANTS or drive to expand their realities or investigate their schemas or anima.
Exceptions – Pertaining to the roles within the movement. Each role is ordained after completion of the LIBER EGOS respective to their personified individualty and ability to escape becoming an EXAMPLE.
“FESS UP!” – (affirmation) – “We must fess up to our transgressions. We are the only ones who can not be fooled or manipulated by the easy excuses that seem so natural to fall on because of how prevalent they have been accepted to circumvent responsibility.
We must, also, fess up to our intuitions and their merits, such as that intuition of investigating our practices that may lead to the prospect of being a part of something beautiful and unexpected.”
“HAUNT ON!” – (affirmation) We aim to haunt everything we touch. By this we mean to Haunt it artistically. To leave our mark and to linger still!
Nous – sometimes equated to intellect or intelligence, is a philosophical term for the faculty of the human mind which is described in classical philosophy as necessary for understanding what is true or real, similar in meaning tointuition.
Schemata – a schema (plural schemata or schemas) describes an organized pattern of thought or behavior that organizes categories of information and the relationships among them.  It can also be described as a mental structure of preconceived ideas, a framework representing some aspect of the world, or a system of organizing and perceiving new information
Self-schema – refers to a long lasting and stable set of memories that summarise a person’s beliefs, experiences and generalisations about the self, in specific behavioural domains. A person may have a self-schema based on any aspect of himself or herself as a person, including physical characteristics, personality traits and interests, as long as they consider that aspect of their self important to their own self-definition.
Sigils – a symbolic representation of the purveyor’s desired outcome or manifestation. Sigils relating to the constructs of WTH will be introduced. As part of the LIBER EGOS, members will be instructed to create their own SIGLIS relating to their CONSTANTS and SCHEMATA utilizing a certain technique revealed by the revelator.
YOSOTROS! – Combination of the pronouns pertaining to the ‘self’ and the ‘collective’ in the Spanish Romance Language. For WE are not one-dimensional-one-personality entities, therefore there is only WE were speaking of the SELF, never ‘I’ – and to help differentiate we combined the Spanish pronouns for ‘I’ and ‘WE’, YO and NOSOTROS respectively. YOSOTROS (THE) – term for the collective initiates.