The core philosophy of Thelema can be summarized in two phrases from Liber AL (The Book of the Law): "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law" and "Love is the Law, love under will." "Will" and "Love" being the primary terms in the two statements can be distilled down to the number 93, using the Greek technique of isopsephy.
The number 93 is a common greeting amongst Thelemites, derived from Aleister Crowley's guideline stating that all Thelemites should greet themselves in this manner, but since saying "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law" and "Love is the Law, love under will." can be cumbersome in casual gatherings, 93 has become the universal shorthand.
Aleister Crowley wrote thus on the matter:
"I am often asked why I begin my letters this way. No matter whether I am writing to my lady or to my butcher, always I begin with these eleven words. Why, how else should I begin? What other greeting could be so glad? Look, brother, we are free! Rejoice with me, sister, there is no law beyond Do what thou wilt!" Liber DCCCXXXVII — The Law of Liberty
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