Clostridial cells are straight or slightly curved rods, – micrometers wide and 1–14 μm long. They may occur singly, in pairs, in short or long chains, or in helical coils. The length of the cells of the individual species varies according to the stage of growth and growth conditions. Most clostridia are motile with a uniform arrangement of flagella. See Cilia and flagella
Crowley sent this Ritual to Frater Semper Peratus as part of the material involved in an Order called “The Order of Thelemites”.