Each of the twenty-two days of the Thelemic Holy Season — from March 20 through April 10 — is attributed by us to one of the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet. It is recommended that each aspirant, on each of these days, prominently display the corresponding Tarot Trump, and conduct such other meditation, ritual, or other recognition of the principle as he or she may see fit. In the tabulation below are also given recommended readings from the Sacred Writings for each day of the holy season.
On the night before the Vernal Equinox, closing the old year (usually March 19), it is recommended that the aspirant read The Prologue of the Unborn from Liber VII and meditate on the release of the concluding cycle.
On March 20, the Invocation of Horus (The Supreme Ritual) may be performed to celebrate the anniversary of the Equinox of the Gods. The following readings (most, but not all, of which are from Class A Documents, the so-called "Holy Books of Thelema") are then recommended for each of the 22 days.
View the corresponding chapters from the different Holy Books with Hagios Xao's Ape of Thoth, the "Thelemic Text Daemon."
Many local bodies of the College of Thelema celebrate the Three Days of the Writing of the Book of the Law. See the class listings for more information.