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Thursday, September 20, 2012

The Cross Of Darkness

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Unfortunately, as have all bearers of the Cross of Light of the Fraternity of the Sages of Light throughout history, the Alpha Omega today finds itself at odds with powerful Dark forces - we find ourselves opposed by a Black Brotherhood, which has existed since ancient times under many guises, always wearing as its primary symbol, various permutations of:


German Nazi Black Cross - American SRIA Black Cross

The Black Cross is regarded my many as a thoroughly Satanic symbol. This CROSS OF DARKNESS also has a connection with the Crusades - with the Teutonic Knights.

The ancient BROTHERHOOD OF THE BLACK CROSS has throughout history opposed the Fraternity of the Sages of Light. Whereas the Sages of Light have worked for Millennia to further the spiritual evolution of mankind and the Solar ascension of developed Souls, the Black Cross Brotherhood has always sought power and domination, keeping mankind enslaved in matter and blind to the spiritual, energetic dimensions.

Perpetual enemies of the Sages of Light, the Brotherhood of the Black Cross has throughout history involved itself in politics, power, and the subjugation of mankind. Unsurprisingly, the BLACK CROSS BROTHERHOOD has perpetually attempted to subvert both political and esoteric movements. The Golden Dawn is merely the most recent spiritual movement that The Black Cross has attempted to subvert, creating a host of client orders, which can be readily recognized, once you understand The Black Cross as common symbol for each of them.

Black Dawn Rising!Grand Wizard, KKK - Supreme Magus, SRIA

In the esoteric world today, we find The Black Cross in a host of Black Cross Rosicrucian orders including SRIA (Anglia), SRIA (America) and the ORC (Order of the Rose and Cross), and lurking behind Golden Dawn puppet orders they control. The Black Cross is also found behind one extremist political movement after the other throughout history, as well as behind one Holocaust after the other, from the extermination of Pagans under the Roman Catholic Inquisition, to the extermination of Jews in Nazi Germany.

The Jewish and Pagan Holocausts must never be forgotten!

I find it deeply disturbing that today we find The Black Cross not only in Black Cross Rosicrucian Orders like the SRIA, but also in other Christian extremist groups like the Ku Klux Klan.

by GH Imperator David Griffin

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Saturday, May 26, 2012

Religion Aetherius Society Is An Organization

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Aetherius Society is an organization that is assigned to the New Religious Movements and the Ufoglauben. It was founded in 1955 and is one of the earliest religious groups who had taken in the contact with extraterrestrials in their teaching. The number of members of the Aetherius Society goes according to information "in the thousands, but not in the tens of thousands." Spread the company is mainly in their country of origin, the United Kingdom and the United States, Ghana and Nigeria.The influence of theosophists will attend the Aetherius Society in the acquisition of Asian concepts of karma and rebirth. Each person can define it by its own actions in the next life to a higher level rise. Who on earth rises high enough, begins at the previous cycle Following up on another planet in our solar system all over again, until finally he is a master. Among the cosmic masters are people like Jesus and Buddha, coming from Venus or Krishna, who comes from Saturn, and other religious teachers who are members of the Great White Brotherhood are. In theosophical context the term is translated in German as the Great White Lodge.The Aetherius Society's mission is to support the cosmic champion in their fight against the evil forces to protect the Earth as a living, breathing entity and its inhabitants. One of the practices that have been used, it provides that is hurled through prayer and meditation, the spiritual energy called prana from an orbiting spacecraft around the Earth to earth. The spiritual energy of prayers and chanting could be conducted in batteries, where they could be released again in times of crisis, to help victims of wars and disasters by specially trained persons.lunar truth moon landing

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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Every Summer Solstice Has Been Formally Classed As A Religion

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FILE - This Tuesday Aug. 10, 1999 photo from files shows Arch Druid Ed Prynn as he calls down the sun during his sun dance around a ring of stones, in St. Merryn, England. The druid dance is to celebrate the total eclipse of the sun, which is due in this part of southwest England on August 11. Druidry has been officially recognized as a religion in Britain under charity law. The Charity Commission has granted the Druid Network charitable status, giving it tax breaks and equal status to mainstream religions like Christianity. The commission said Saturday that druidry has a coherent and serious set of beliefs and that it offers a beneficial ethical framework

LONDON - Druids have been worshipping the sun and earth for thousands of years in Europe, but now they can say they're practicing an officially recognized religion.

The ancient pagan tradition best known for gatherings at Stonehenge every summer solstice has been formally classed as a religion under charity law for the first time in Britain, the national charity regulator said Saturday.

That means Druids can receive exemptions from taxes on donations - and now have the same status as such mainstream religions as the Church of England.

The move gives an old practice new validity, said Phil Ryder, the chairman of the 350-member Druid Network.

"It will go a long way to make Druidry a lot more accessible," he said.

Druids have practiced for thousands of years in Britain and in Celtic societies elsewhere in Europe. They worship natural forces such as thunder and the sun, and spirits they believe arise from places such as mountains and rivers. They do not worship a single god or creator, but seek to cultivate a sacred relationship with the natural world.

Although many see them as robed, mysterious people who gather every summer solstice at Stonehenge - which predates the Druids - believers say modern Druidry is chiefly concerned with helping practitioners connect with nature and themselves through rituals, dancing and singing at stone circles and other sites throughout the country believed to be "sacred."

Ancient Druids were known to be religious leaders, judges and sages among the Celts during pre-Christian times, although little evidence about their lives survived. There are now various Druid orders and about 10,000 practitioners in Britain - and believers said the numbers are growing because more people are becoming aware of the importance to preserve the environment.

The Druid Network fought for nearly five years to be recognized under the semi-governmental Charity Commission, which requires proof of cohesive and serious belief in a supreme entity and a moral framework.

After initially rejecting the Druid Network's application, the Charity Commission decided this week that Druidry fit the bill.

"There is sufficient belief in a supreme being or entity to constitute a religion for the purposes of charity law," the commission said.

Adrian Rooke, a Druid who works as a counselor, said Druidry appeals to people who are turning away from monotheistic religions but still long for an aspect of spirituality in their lives.

"It uplifts the spirit," he said. "The world is running out of resources, and in that context it's more important to people now to formulate a relationship with nature."

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Robert Ellwood - The Encyclopedia Of World Religions
Helene Adeline Guerber - Myths Of The Norsemen From The Eddas And Sagas
Talismagick - Love Spells And Rituals For Love And Relationships

Friday, April 27, 2012

Religion Belief Dr Stan Monteith Exposing Freemasonry

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THE FREEMASONS is a evil cult and their goal is to create a new world order. DR STAN MONTEITH exposes this network of secret societies such as freemasons odd fellows and the illuminati and their globalist agenda.

The Masonic fraternity tramples upon our rights, defeats the administration of justice, and bids defiance to every government which it cannot control." -13th US President Millard Fillmore

The institution of Masonry ought to be abandoned as one capable of much evil, and incapable of producing any good which might not be affected by safe and open means." -Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall " A conspiracy of the few against the equal rights of the many"- John Quincy Adams

masons are luciferians and although 1st through 29th degree masons may not be hip to this yet, 30th-33rd sure as hell do.

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Aleister Crowley - Liber 132 Liber Apotheosis
Arthur Edward Waite - The Templar Orders In Freemasonry

Saturday, March 10, 2012

Religion Belief

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In Chapter 3-6 - The Ram's Horn of Passover of my book, "Hearing Shofar: The Still Small Voice of the Ram's Horn", I explain why I use a shofar as the Cup of Elijah on my Passover seder plate. I was recently reminded of another connection between Passover and the Pascal ram symbolized by my shofar: PASSOVER OCCURS UNDER THE SUN SIGN OF ARIES, THE RAM.

This was brought to my attention by a posting at Carly Lesser (Ketzirah) blog, Pealing a Pomegranate, a site exploring "Earth-based Magickal Judaism." I am honored that she quoted from my chapter on Passover. Her posting follows:

The Ram's Head of Nisan

Journey from Adar to Nisan to Iyar, illustrated with the Transparent TarotWith Nisan we leave the lunacy of Adar behind. Rosh Chodesh Nisan is the New Year of Kings, so it makes complete sense that the Emperor is the card for the month. In the Transparent Tarot, the image is of a city. It is the man-made world, well organized and structured. What does this mean for us? In Nisan, we are challenged to once again leave slavery behind us and take responsibility for our lives. In Egypt we built cities for Ramses with nothing gained for ourselves - not even a decent meal. The Emperor reminds us that now we are responsible for ourselves and the cities we build.

The Emperor in the Waite-Smith Tarot sits on a throne with rams' heads as ornaments and wears a garmet with a rams' head on it. The throne is solid and stable, and under the cloak with the ram's head on it, he wears armor. This image reminds us of the interconnection of the ram and the Jewish people. In his writings on the shofar as spiritual practice, Michael Chusid says:

"A totem is a symbol, usually an animal or other natural object, used to signify a tribe or group of people. More than just a mascot, emblem, or iconographic signature, a totem embodies a tribe's self-identity. It carries the tribe's spiritual energy, informs decisions about behavior, and often acts as an intermediary between a people and its god or gods. Jews do not erect totem poles like those of Native American tribes in the Pacific Northwest; our biblical proscription against graven images is too strong to allow that. Yet our totem is alive and well and deeply rooted in our history and liturgy; our totem is the sheep; more specifically, the ram. " (Hearing Shofar, Book 3)He goes on to discuss that astrologically the Age of Aries is considered by some to have begun around the time the Exodus that we commemorate with Passover is supposed to have happened. Moreover, the Age of Aries replaced the Age of Taurus - giving new meaning and dimension to the story of the Golden Calf. The Emperor of the Waite-Smith deck reinforces that this is the month were we became a true people, called together under a common banner and responsible for ourselves and our own existence in the world. How do the Emperor and Maiden come together in the same month?

Take a look at the astrological symbol for Aries (on right). It's also a symbol for

female reproductive organs if you just look at the imagery. The Ram that is the strength of the Emperor is also the potential life giving force symbolized by the Maiden in menarche.

Once we understand this, we can move into the month of Iyar and meet the High Priest, the Kohen Gadol, to understand the faith of our people. Following the Exodus the battle over who speaks for G!d(dess) is a major theme of the Torah portions. We must connect with the High Priest as holder of the tradition, before we can stand at the supernal chuppah in Sivan and be wed to YHVH through the revelation at Sinai on Shavuot (Lovers is card of Sivan).

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Regarding astrology: I grew up with confidence that astrology was hokum and worse than useless. My conceit was weaken during a time when I shared a house with several practitioners of astrology in the Vedic tradition. Theirs was not the tabloid magazine's pablum about "romance is just around the corner." Instead, they seemed to be sensitive to subtle influences and to be guided by a consistent set of principles that were based on millennia of observations about human behavior and the natural environment. Indeed, when I consulted their recommended astrological professional, a man who had never met me, he was able to give me insights into myself that were at least as profound as any psychological or other "scientific" assessment I have ever had. Then, when I started looking into the esoteric traditions of Judaism, I saw that astrology is woven into our calendar and rituals as well.

I still take a cautious view of astrology, and I have not invested time to study it. But I am glad to know that "stars" also ordain that the Ram is an appropriate part of our springtime festival.

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Irv Slauson - The Religion Of Odin
Tuesday Lobsang Rampa - I Believe

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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Books Read In 2005

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Continuing marking the books I read before keeping a blog.

1) Sourcery - Terry Pratchett (2/5)

2) Moon Garden - Wendy Mewes (5/5)

3) Witch Child - Celia Rees (2/5)

4) Sourceress - Celia Rees (3/5)

5) Wyrd Sisters - Terry Pratchett (5/5)

6) Pyramids - Terry Pratchett (2/5)

7) Guards! Guards! - Terry Pratchett (4/5)

8) Eric - Terry Pratchett (3/5)

9) Surrender the Pink - Carrie Fisher (4/5)

10) The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time - Mark Haddon (5/5)

11) Merlins Kin - Evert Coles (3/5)

12) The Earthsea Quartet - Ursula Le Guin (3/5)

13) The Catcher in the Rye - JD Salinger (3/5)

14) Moving Pictures - Terry Pratchett (3/5)

15) Reaper Man - Terry Pratchett (4/5)

16) Witches Abroad - Terry Pratchett (5/5)

17) Small Gods - Terry Pratchett (3/5)

18) The World According to Garp - John Irving (5/5)

19) The Red Tent - Anita Diamant (5/5)

20) Sabriel - Garth Nix (5/5)

21) Lirael - Garth Nix (4/5)

22) Abhorsen - Garth Nix (4/5)

23) Delta of Venus - Anasi Nin (3/5)

24) Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - JK Rowling (4/5)

25) Lords and Ladies - Terry Pratchett (4/5)

26) Men at Arms - Terry Pratchett (4/5)

27) Soul Music - Terry Pratchett (3/5)

28) Interesting Times - Terry Pratchett (1/5)

29) Assassin's Apprentice - Robin Hobb (3/5)

30) Royal Assassin - Robin Hobb (3/5)

31) Assassins Quest - Robin Hobb (3/5)

32) Between Worlds (Charmed) - Constance M Burge (2/5)

33) Truth and Consequences (Charmed) (4/5)

34) Luck be a Lady (Charmed) (3/5)

35) Inherit the Witch (Charmed) (4/5)

36) A Tale of Two Pipers (Charmed) (2/5)

37) The Brewing Storm (Charmed) (3/5)

38) Wicked - Gregory maguire (5/5)

39) Angels and Demons - Dan Brown (5/5)

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Aleister Crowley - Book 4 Part Iv The Law
Michael Ford - The Book Of Cain
The Troth - Heathen Bookhoard A Reading List

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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Wicked The Life And Times Of The Wicked Witch Of The West

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I finished Wicked about three weeks ago and never got around to writing about it, and now the book's gone back to the library, so I'll do my best to make this coherent, although it might be quite short.

This is an alternative take on the well known Wizard of Oz story, told from the perspective of Elpheba, who come to be known as the Wicked Witch of the West. It starts as she is born, and her parents are horrified with her green skin and irrational aversion to water. She is born into an Oz that is very different from the world imagined from the original stories. It is a world full of religious and political unrest, with the Wizard being a fascist dictator and the old unionist religion being overcome by a more secular, pleasure seeking 'faith'.

As the novel progresses we follow Elpheba through early childhood, college, political activism and her adult years, until the inevitable moment when Dorothy enters Oz her meeting with the witch, and it's inevitable outcome. Although the motives behind this are very different to the version we are all familiar with.

We also come into contact with many other memorable characters, including Elpheba's younger sister, Nessarose, born a normal colour but with no arms, and Elpheba's room mate at college Galinda. These three girls become close eventually, but after being told their intended destiny by their headteacher each take very different paths. Nessarose ends up as the Wicked Witch of the East, and Galinda takes on the role of the Good Witch who gives Dorothy the shoes. And the shoes are so important, but again, not in a familiar way!

Sentient animals also play a large part in the story, differentiated from ordinary animals by a capital letter (lion, Lion). During the Wizard's reign they are persecuted, and gradually their rights to live in human society are removed. Elpheba questions this, and this is one of the main factors which determines the way her life pans out.

But there is so much more to this book than just the basic story. It's full of moral, ethical and political dilemmas. Elpheba never means to do evil. She does some questionable things, but, at least in her mind, they are all for ultimate good. It raises issues of the nature of good and evil, and whether someone can be perceived to be evil just because their actions go against the normal behaviour of society. Perception also comes into play with the issue of judging people by their looks. Wealthy Galinda initially judges Elpheba on her looks, and wishes to have as little to do with her as possible, but eventually starts to see through her looks to the person inside, and perhaps start to see that beauty doesn't always equal goodness.

All in all, it's an interesting read. Was she wicked, or was she just misunderstood? What does it mean to be wicked at all? Was her reputation based on her looks, negative propaganda spread by the fascist dictator who calls himself the Wizard, and belief in equality and justice for all? Or was her life determined from the start, and were her, her sister and Galinda just fulfilling the requirements of the spell placed on them by their headteacher at Shiz college?

I know what I think, but the book doesn't really answer these questions. In fact it poses more questions than it answers. But read it, and see what you think.

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Lady Sabrina - Exploring Wicca The Beliefs Rites And Rituals Of The Wiccan Religion
Tobias Johansson - The Crucible And The Reasons For The Salem Witch Hunt

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