As I understand it, the script is available from CC via Frais Press. It is also outlined in Steiner's "Reverse Ritual" - the gist of which is that it deconstructs the Tridentine Mass into it's component parts and then rewriting it in modern language. Further commentary is given by Steiner in "Book of Revelation and the Work of the Priest" - which is probably one of the least jargon-laden explanations of "gnostic" transubstantiation that I've seen in a very long time.Cool stuff, mate...
Turns out there is no script. Every Priest hand does their own copy and changes it within the framework.I am going to one in Devon PA in a coupel weeks. I shall report back.
You could have a copy of the Act of Consecration of Man, and try it, but it will be a flop with out the necessary preparation. The results depend on Grace. A very good history of the Mass is given in Leadbeater's Science of the Sacraments- you can see some of the forms of the old Mass in the Act of Consecration of Man. Yes the Act of Consecration of Man does change with the season- again, it might be a fizzer depending on the priest and where they are at on the day.
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