Positive Identification of William of Schyren
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
Thanks to some diligent research into obscure German Freemasonic writings by Frater Superior Hymenaeus Beta, the identity of obscure Gnostic Saint William of Schyren has been definitively established as William of Hirsau, a Benedictine abbot of the late 11th century e.v. William’s claim to Gnostic Sainthood rests on Freemasonic accounts that he developed an early fraternity of monastic stonemasons operating under statutes of brotherly unity, which may have been predecessors of modern-day Freemasonry. My essay on William of Schyren has been duly revised.
Love is the law, love under will.