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The Adversary and creative destruction

Progress is achieved through strife. Always. Nothing comes from stagnation but more of the same. It is the outsider, the hated, the different that causes progress in this world. Scientific discoveries, philosophical breakthroughs, political revolutions, it is that which we call Satan, the Black Flame, which creates all of these. Who else, but the rebel is it that brings forth chaos from which progress can yet again manifest? Who else, but the dark hand of Satan?

Satan, that figure whose very name means adversary, why should it be a surprise that it’s none but him that creates all that we now take for granted, but fought tooth and nail to prevent just yesterday?

Lucifer, the light-bearer, the bringer of knowledge, is it thou who hast fallen from heaven, or is it thee who hast created heaven for thyself?

Prometheus, the great one, it is you who defied the very forces that define yourself to bring forth the knowledge we now wield at our fingertips. Fire, flame, that primordial force that defines the principle of human progress. To plant a field, one must first burn the weeds that corrupt the land.

Set, the primordial darkness, it is you who lights the Black Flame within me. None but you may feed its roaring flames. You, who brought yourself into being, yet do not exist lest I initiate the process of coming into being.

Óðinn, the lord of the mysteries, you cast yourself into the sea abyss only to emerge with that undefiled, immaculate wisdom which we all seek. None shall follow, all shall lead.

Thor, the master of change, it is you I speak of. It is you who defeats the forces of the Thurisaz, but why? For the old to be thrust aside and the new to be brought forth. For creative destruction.

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RE: Aleister Crowley exposed

Today I’m responding to an article on the site jesus-is-savior.com (I’m not making this up) regarding the great Beast, Aleister Crowley. There’s a lot of bunk out there about Crowley, so this should be good.

Aleister Crowley EXPOSED!


The hierarchy of the Secret-Societies have been deeply involved in the Black-Occult since they have existed.

Such as? What societies, what kind of occultism? This is never quite explained.

This includes the ritual sacrifice of children and babies.

Oh good. So you should have a great deal of evidence for this, with all the dead bodies and such? What’s that? There’s no evidence whatsoever? Shocking, truly.

This knowledge has been kept from the minds of society at large until more recently. It is now only a matter of time when the masses of the people become fully aware of the real agenda behind the secret societies and the true purpose of why they exist.

Really? Even though, say, Eliphas Levi and Crowley published their books quite openly. I’m not entirely sure how this information was being kept secret. I can buy this in the Middle-ages and before, due to a strict code of initiation and outright persecution for these groups, but there has never really been any secrecy beyond what’s really necessary.

Aleister Crowley — Initiated to the highest levels of Freemasonry and high priest of the Golden Dawn, said: “A white male child of perfect innocence and intelligence makes the most suitable victim.”

In the US each year 400,000 children are reported missing.
In the UK,98,000 children are reported missing.

Wow, that’s a blinding font. Now, honey, you could have solved this little problem here with just a bit of Google-fu, see, this is an incredibly famous quote and has been explained a number of times. Crowley is referring to fapping. Yes, the sacrifice here is sperm. Crowley was always interested in sex magick, including solitary, and attributed great power to sex. There was indeed a footnote attributed to this quote by Crowley: “It is the sacrifice of oneself spiritually. And the intelligence and innocence of that male child are the perfect understanding of the Magician, his one aim, without lust of result. And male he must be, because what he sacrifices is not the material blood, but his creative power.”

Shockingly, Aleister Crowley’s famous saying, DO AS THOU WILT, actually came from Benjamin Franklin.

Well you fucked up the line. The line is “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law”. This is paired with “Love is the law, love under will”. This sort of makes a difference, because the “wilt” is referring to the concept of Thelema, literally meaning will, but used to represent true will, which is what the person possessing it most desires, something one may spend decades to discover, the discovery being an occasion of enlightenment unto itself. Therefore, the “AS” doesn’t really make any sense. Also, you of course misinterpret the line to mean “do whatever you want” like everybody else. This is obviously misguided in the highest degree.

Franklin was an occultist, Satanist and indulged in child sacrifice.

Any evidence on the child sacrifice part? Franklin certainly was a member of the Hellfire Club, sure. A Satanist? You’d have to define that a bit. In some way that may be an accurate label, but probably not in the way you’d like to think.

Franklin attended the drunken, ritual orgies of a secret society called, among other things, the Hellfire Club. They would get drunk, dress prostitutes up like Nuns and have orgies in underground caves, which resembled Black Masses (although they “worshipped” pagan deities Bacchus and Venus).

Nice! Where do I sign up?

While not actual professed Satanists, their motto Fait ce que vouldras (Do what thou wilt) was later used by Satanist Aleister Crowley. Truth is indeed stranger than fiction.

First of all, Crowley wasn’t a Satanist. It really makes no sense to say he was. Also, the proverb was originally created by a renaissance writer and monk François Rabelais, who was a great inspiration to Crowley. He also writes of the  Abbey of Thélème. His writings are really quite good and funny if you understand the context. Obviously Crowley greatly appreciated his work as well. Oh, and its Fais ce que tu voudras. Google, use it.

The Marilyn Manson song “Misery Machine” contains the lyrics, “We’re gonna ride to the abbey of Thelema.” The Abbey of Thelema was the temple of Satanist Aleister Crowley.

You might even say it was his abbey.

The self-proclaimed “World’s Most Wicked Man” ate the feces of women during bizarre sexual acts involving Luciferian worship and Satanism.

The title was something that was applied to him by a newspaper, he didn’t come up with it, although, as I understand it he wasn’t exactly reluctant to accept the title. Crowley did indeed eat the excrement of his scarlet woman on (at least) one occasion. To understand this better I suggest watching a lecture given by Doctor Jason J Campbell on occultism (theories 68-84). Suffice to say, this wasn’t done for sexual pleasure or worship of any kind. Crowley certainly didn’t worship Satan or Lucifer.

According to the shocking documentary film titled, “IN SEARCH OF THE GREAT BEAST” directed by Robert Garofalo and produced by Lyn Beardsall (2007), Barbara Bush (wife of President George H. Bush) is the daughter of the world’s most infamous Satanist, Aleister Crowley.

A claim which has no credibility to it. I suggest reading this. Also, the same site does a nice job with Crowley myths in general.

Lest you think that Aleister Crowley (born Edward Alexander Crowley, 1875-1947) was just some crazy fool that no one took seriously, think again.  Crowley has had a large influence upon modern rock music.  Unbeknownst to most Americans, much of the Hellish music which they idolize was written and sang by devout followers of Crowley and his Satanism.

Now that you’ve told us what you mean by Satanism, we can conclude that you’re wrong. Crowley didn’t even consider himself a black magician, on the contrary, he disliked black magick. So no, Crowley wasn’t a Satanist. I’ll just ignore accusations of Satanism toward him for now, this will of course change if you can supply reasonable evidence.

Guitarist Jimmy Page of Zeppelin is a devout follower of Satanist, Aleister Crowley, who proclaimed himself as “The Beast 666”.  Aleister Crowley was also a 33rd and 97th Degree Freemason and is recognized as the master Satanist of the 20th century.

97th degree? Dafuq?

In 1971, guitarist Jimmy Page bought Crowley’s Boleskine House on the shore of Loch Ness where Crowley practiced his hellish, satanic sex-magick rituals, including human sacrifices.

Again, no evidence for this. Also, Crowley pretty much just performed one ritual in Boleskine House and never returned. In fact, this was a long ritual that got interrupted, preventing Crowley from clearing the air and banishing the spirits he had summoned. Some have claimed that these spirits still roam the area, including old Nessie.

Guitarist Jimmy Page actually performed Crowley magical rituals during their concerts. Their song “Stairway to Heaven” carries the reference “May Queen,” which is purportedly the name of a hideous poem written by Crowley.  Page had inscribed in the vinyl of their album Led Zeppelin III, Crowley’s famous “Do what thou wilt.  So mete it Be.’  Page and Robert Plant claim some of Zeppelins’ songs came via occultic “automatic handwriting,” including their popular “Stairway to Heaven.”

So mote it be, that is. Also, that’s not exactly Crowley. Page apparently had the phrase “So mote be it” (not “So mote it be”) in the first pressing and later added the phrase “Do what thou wilt”. Page did indeed have an interest in the occult, including Crowley. However, his interest was mainly academic, he read some books, never really put any of it into use and even so his interest faded and he dropped the subject. Also, the May Queen has many meanings beyond a Crowley poem, which you should know from general knowledge. This speaks volumes of your academic qualities.

Most people, especially in 1967, did not even know who Crowley was — but the Beatles certainly did.

Bullshit. People like you didn’t know who he was, people who would, you know, read, did.

Crowley himself was terribly decadent.  A happily heroin-addicted, bisexual Satan worshiper, he asked people to call him “The Beast 666.”  Crowley believed that he was literally the antimessiah of the apocalypse.

Heroin addict? Perhaps. Heroin was widely used in medicine at the time, this was also the case with Crowley. He wasn’t necessarily addicted, at least not in the sense we wouldn’t think of a heroin addict now. As a reminder, Crowley did not worship Satan. Just sayin’. He didn’t believe himself the anti-Christ either.

He also spent time in Italy, but was expelled because Italian authorities accused his disciples of sacrificing human infants in occult rituals.

Well that’s false. He was expelled by Mussolini for rather conventional reasons. This is what Crowley had to say about it: “The explanation of why I left is quite simple and unsensational…. Several people who were my guests at the “abbey” made imaginative copy out of their visits. Then the Fascists came into power and some foreign newspaper correspondents were asked to leave. And so was I. There was no rough turning-out. I was treated with the greatest courtesy.”

…Then there’s a long, long period of idon’tevengiveashit in the article, so skipping over that.

The following overview of Crowley’s life is from Hungry for Heaven by Steve Turner:

“Born in 1875, Aleister Crowley had, like the Rolling Stones, rebelled against a regulated small-town background. He’d been raised in Leamington, Warwickshire, by parents who were members of the Strict Brethren, a fundamentalist Christian sect. From an early age young Aleister identified with the enemies of God in the Bible stories that were read to him. In particular he identified with the antichrist predicted in the book of Revelation. In 1898 he joined the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, a magical society.

“Most of Crowley’s adult life was dedicated to indulging in everything he believed God would hate: performing sex magic, taking heroin, opium, hashish, peyote and cocaine, invoking spirits, and even once offering himself to the Russian authorities to help destroy Christianity. He wrote volumes of books that he believed were dictated to him by a spirit from ancient Egypt called Aiwass. “To worship me take wine and strange drugs,” the spirit conveniently told him. “Lust, enjoy all things of sense and rapture. Fear not that any God shall deny thee for this.” …

“Crowley finished his life as a sick, wasted heroin addict given to black rages and doubts about the value of his life’s work. His last words as he passed into a coma on December 1, 1947, were, “I am perplexed…” (Steve Turner, Hungry for Heaven, pp. 92,97,98).

A lot of that is false. Crowley didn’t do anything to try to offend “God”. He had his own theology, not completely divorced from Christianity, but still somewhat so, which is understandable for the period. Turner is just another evangelical trying to make a buck out of the fear of the different, in this case occultism.

Crowley claimed that dark powers gave him the words to his “Book of the Law.

Not dark powers, no. Rather, powers of light.

Crowley’s philosophy was as follows (which is the exact same philosophy of all Witches and Satanists today):

“Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.”

“Lust, enjoy all things of sense and rapture.  Fear not that any God shall deny thee for this.”

“I do not wish to argue that the doctrines of Jesus, they and they alone, have degraded the world to its present condition. I take it that Christianity is not only the cause but the symptom of slavery” (Crowley, The World’s Tragedy, p. xxxix).

“That religion they call Christianity; the devil they honor they call God. I accept these definitions, as a poet must do, if he is to be at all intelligible to his age, and it is their God and their religion that I hate and will destroy” (Crowley, The World’s Tragedy, p. xxx).

Don’t you think that’s a bit too simplistic? Crowley published piles of books and you’re taking into consideration… two of them? One which is completely from the foreword? You didn’t even bother to quote the whole “Do what thou wilt” line. Seems legit. Also, it’s not like you’ve read any of Crowley’s books, so…

Crowley Died a Drug-addict and Sexual Degenerate

In 1922, Crowley published Diary of a Drug Fiend, which was about the use of cocaine.  He described the widespread use of cocaine among Hollywood stars, which he described as “cocaine-crazed sexual lunatics.”

As noted, Crowley died a wasted heroin addict given to rages and doubts.  His last words were “I am perplexed…” Crowley worshipped the demon god Pan, the god of sexuality and lust.  His “Hymn to Pan” was read at his funeral: “I rave and I rape and I rip and I rend/ Everlasting world without end!”

That’s not really true. Crowley did use drugs to his death, yes, increasingly as a sacrament. This wasn’t really a problem for him, as in, he never ruined himself with drugs. He died owning a rather nice house, regularly visited by friends and loved by family. He died a happy man, publishing some of his best works in late age, including the Book of Thoth, which greatly changed tarot to this day and is still greatly valued by many occultists of all kinds. Here’s an AC2012 article on the subject.

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Baphomet - The Goat of Mendes The image of Baphomet, other then being one of the most notorious occult symbols, is a combination of numerous symbols, deities, demons and spirits. Some of the more significant ones include Pan, Cernunnos and Hathor, the most significant feature of course being the archetype of the horned-god. The most famous depiction of the Baphomet (picture above) was made by Eliphas Levi for his book Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie.

The origin of the word “Baphomet” is almost certainly a corruption of “Muhammad” (“Mohamet” in Latin). Others claim it to be a combination of two Greek words, “baphe” and “metis”, meaning roughly “absorption of knowledge”, but given the context of the Baphomet, this doesn’t make as much sense.

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Cutting Edge Ministries, Part 2: Freemasonry & Satan

Alright, we got through the first part of the “FREEMASONRY PROVEN TO WORSHIP LUCIFER” series on Cutting Edge Ministries, so let’s jump right into part 2. You can go see for yourself here.

This symbol is probably the most easily recognizable Masonic symbol in the world, even more important than the Compass/Square/Rule.  Most people assume that these two birds are Eagles, but such an assumption would be deadly wrong.  These two birds are the Phoenix Bird of Ancient Egyptian Mythology.  Listen to the explanation from Masonic author, Manly P. Hall, 33 Degree, K.T., in his book,The Phoenix: An Illustrated Review of Occultism and Philosophy .  [Before we begin, I find it highly interesting that Hall would admit, by his use of this title, that Freemasonry is occultic].

I know right, the best part is that he didn’t actually admit that, although you could argue that it is.

Let us stop right here to examine Satan’s counterfeit “Born Again” experience.  Freemasons, as do all occultists, refer to their initiates who have completed their initiation, as being “Born Again“.  I will never forget 1988, when George Bush was on the Presidential Campaign Trail; he was being interviewed by Barbara Walters, and she posed him a question which evidently caught him off guard.  Walters asked Bush if he was a Christian.  Bush visibly faltered, cast his eyes down for a moment, and then answered, “If by being a Christian, you ask if I am ‘Born Again’, then yes, I am a Christian”.  I came straight out of my chair because no truly Born Again Christian would have parsed their words so carefully.  However, an occultist, which Bush certainly was by virtue of his life-long membership in the Illuminist Masonic secret society of Skull & Bones, would have answered precisely this way.  Occultists claim to be Born Again , and they are filled with religious ecstasy when the spirit of Lucifer sweeps through them upon Initiation.

Bush actually was born again in the Christian sense. As for the sweeping ecstasy of Lucifer, I’d have to ask for proof. By the way, isn’t “no truly Born Again Christian would have parsed their words so carefully” a bit like saying “Born Again Christians are kinda dumb”?

Now, let us return to our discussion of this Phoenix Bird.  Listen to the explanation given by a radical feminist, Barbara Walker, in her occult book, Now Is The Dawning , p. 281.  Egyptians believed that the Phoenix was the representative of a god who “rose to heaven in the form of a morning star, like Lucifer, after his fire-immolation of death and rebirth …”

Wow!  In one sweet, short, and simple sentence, we have conclusive proof that the Phoenix bird is a symbol of Lucifer !

OK. First of all, this Barbara person you cite is quite hard to find. The only source I can find for her is literally the same sentence you gave here, just posted on different sites. This was also the case with Frederick Goodman, whom you cited earlier. Second, why should I care what Barbara here thinks? I don’t give her any credit, and neither do at the very least most Masonic lodges. Lastly, I could say that “Right, Jesus actually represents Pan, so therefore all Christians are actually Satanists”, that doesn’t make it so. See what I mean here?

Listen now to the testimony of another former witch, William Schnoebelen, in his book, Satan’s Door Revisited , p. 4.  “The Phoenix, of Bunnu is believed to be a divine bird going back to Egypt … This Phoenix destroys itself in flames and then rises from the ashes.  Most occultists believe that the Phoenix is a symbol of Lucifer who was cast down in flames and who … will one day rise triumphant.  This [belief] also relates to the raising of Hiram Abiff, the Masonic ‘christ’.”

Schnoebelen, just like most “former [insert bad ideology here]s”, is a fool. He has no idea what he’s talking about. It’s obvious that these “former occultists” or whatever are lying, because they screw up the most elementary ideas of every single occult ideology. Therefore, I don’t care what he says.

Manly P. Hall, in his book, The Lost Keys of Freemasonry , states, “These were the immortals to whom the term ‘phoenix’ was applied, and their symbol was the mysterious two-headed bird, now called an eagle , a familiar and little understood Masonic emblem .” [p. 108; Emphasis added]

Albert Pike, in Magnum Opus, writes, “… the Eagle was the living Symbol of Egyptian God Mendes … and the representative of the Sun …” [p. xviii]

I was actually unable to verify the quote by Hall, none of the versions of the book had a passage resembling the one you quoted. I did, however, find a more appropriate quote by Manly P. Hall from The Secret Teachings of All Ages.

Both Herodotus and Pliny noted the general resemblance in shape between the phoenix and the eagle, a
point which the reader should carefully consider, for it is reasonably certain that the modern Masonic eagle was originally a phoenix. The body of the phoenix is described as having been covered with glossy purple feathers, while its long tail feathers were alternately blue and red. Its head was light in color and about its neck was a circlet of golden plumage. At the back of its head the phoenix had a peculiar tuft of feathers, a fact quite evident, although it has been overlooked by most writers and symbolists.The phoenix was regarded as sacred to the sun, and the length of its life (500 to 1000 years) was taken as a standard for measuring the motion of the heavenly bodies and also the cycles of time used in the Mysteries to designate the periods of existence. The diet of the bird was unknown. Some writers declare that it subsisted upon the atmosphere; others that it ate at rare intervals but never in the presence of man. Modern Masons should realize the special Masonic significance of the phoenix, for the bird is described as using sprigs of acacia in the manufacture of its nest.

I don’t see anything damning here, really. Now, you manage to compress a bunch of puzzling statements into one sentence, so let’s go through them one by one. “In one sentence, we see the admission that the Phoenix Bird of Ancient Satanic Egypt” Really? You’re calling Egypt Satanic? OK, then. “was changed into the Masonic Eagle” The eagle has its roots in the phoenix, rather. ” and then Pike’s admits that the Eagle is the Symbol of the Sun God and of the God of Mendes” Actually, Pike said *was*,  not is. “both symbols being common Satanic symbols of Satan/Lucifer !” Which you haven’t proven.

Remember also the Satanic meaning of the phrase depicted below the symbol depicted below the Eagles — “DEUS MEUMQUE JUS”.  As we explained in free11, this is a typical Satanic Latin phrase, meaning, “… Masons are saying that they are “using occult methods”, through Lucifer, to achieve their Rights and Justice.”  [Read free11 for full details]

Which I disproved earlier.

Another Masonic writer, J.D. Buck, blasphemously writes, “It is far more important that men should strive to become Christs than that they should believe that Jesus was Christ.” [J.D. Buck, Mystic Masonry , Illinois: Indo-American Book Co., 1913, Sixth Edition, p. 138]  Let us hear that terribly blasphemous statement again : 

“It is far more important that men should strive to become Christs than that they should believe that Jesus was Christ.”

Once again, Masonry is revealed to NOT BE CHRISTIAN , in any way, shape, or form.  But, this statement denies the unique Deity of Jesus Christ; therefore, Freemasonry teaching qualifies as being part of the forces of Antichrist.  Listen:

1 John 2:22 — “Who is such a liar as he who denies that Jesus is the Christ? He is the antichrist who habitually denies and refuses to acknowledge the Father and the Son. No one who habitually denies or disowns the Son even has the Father.” [Parallel Bible, KJV/Amplified Bible Commentary ]

1. Freemasonry isn’t monolithic, people are going to disagree. Masons are free to interpret the teachings as they wish.

2. Nobody’s talking about denying anyone.

In addition to denying that Jesus is the Christ come in flesh, this statement also teaches that man can save himself.  Obviously, Freemasonry cannot be considered Christian in any way, shape, or form when it teaches this heresy straight out of the pit of Satan’s Hell.

Why don’t you back that up, then we can have a discussion.

Now, let us return to the subject of the Triangle pointing upward representing the Perfect or Divine Man;  Masonic writer Albert Churchward states standard occult belief when he further identifies the Upright Triangle.  Churchward writes that this triangle, with point up, represents Set!  The name, Set, is one of the Infernal Names of Satan, as listed in the SatanicBible written by Satanic High Priest, Anton LaVey! [Churchward’s book was, Signs and Symbols of Primordial Man , London: George Allen and Company, Ltd., 1913, Second Edition, p. 189, 309, 471.]

Masonic authors William Meyer and J.S.M. Ward, also wrote that this type triangle was worn in India by followers of Shiva, who wear it in their foreheads!  Shiva is another Infernal Name listed in the Satanic Bible as another name for Satan! {Meyer wrote this in, The Order of the Eastern Star, p. 20; Ward wrote this information in, Freemasonry and the Ancient Gods, London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Co., Ltd., 1921, p. 10-11.  Occult writer, R.P. Lawrie Krishna said the same thing in The Lamb Slain — Supreme Sacrifice .

You neglect to mention that it isn’t quite as simple as triangle=Set. A triangle was used to represent other divine concepts as well, such as a trinity. Furthermore, Set certainly is not the same as Satan. Clearly, you wouldn’t be able understand the archetype, you’re too far gone into your dogma, but if you don’t know anything about it, perhaps you shouldn’t make absolute judgments regarding it. Furthermore, I suppose trigonometry is the pinnacle of evil, right? I mean, obviously it would have to be since, triangles are evil. I did not know that. I suppose were going to have to discard a good chunk of modern science now.


No kidding!  The hexagram is really a most powerful symbol, to witches, sorcerers, and magicians!  The hexagram is used in all sorts of magic, witchcraft, occultism and the casting of zodiacal horoscopes.

No, it’s not. Quite simply.

Because it has six points, and because it contains a ‘666 ‘, the hexagram is considered to be Satan’s most powerful symbol.

It doesn’t contain 666, which is a mistake in translation of the Bible to begin with, nor is it considered to be “Satan’s most powerful symbol”.

Look at the hexagram above.  The first six is formed by the sides of each triangle facing the clockwise direction; the second six is formed by the sides of each triangle formed by facing the counterclockwise direction; the third six is formed by the sides of the inner hexagon.

That makes no sense.

Two witches explain further that the hexagram was used as a “stand-by for Magicians and Alchemists.  The Sorcerers believed it represented the footprint of a special kind of demon called a ‘trud’, and used it in ceremonies both to call up demons and to keep them away.” [Gary Jennings, Black Magic, White Magic, Eau Claire, WI, The Dial Press, 1964, p. 51.  Also Harry E. Wedeck, Treasury of Witchcraft , New York, Philosophical Library, 1961, p. 135]

Good on them. I don’t particularly care what some witches think.

Take another look at the above hexagram; it is used to conjure up demons, making them appear in this dimension to do the bidding of the witch.

That’s not how demonology(deamonolgy, by its more appropriate name) works.

Former Illuminist Satanist Doc Marquis confirms that hexagrams are used to call forth demons to place spells and curses on the intended victim

The same ‘Doc’ Marquis who has no credibility whatsoever. His claims include 8 attempts at his life, the first of which he claims to have reported to the police, but can’t remember where or to what agency. He claims to have served as a high priest in a secret society without anyone knowing when he was thirteen, that would imply some rather interesting parenting. Another claim he once made was that the bodies left from the rituals were simply dumped in woods, roadsides and such, but later, apparently due to lack of evidence, he changed this story to say that the bodies were carefully disposed of. This guy seems legit.

The word, HEX , comes from this practice.

It certainly does not. It comes from the old High German word hagzissa, meaning “witch”.

The hexagram is also a symbol of the sex act and reproduction.  Masonic author, Albert G. Mackey provides us with the occult explanation in his book, The Symbolism of Freemasonry, [p. 195, 1869 A.D.]  The triangle pointing downward “is a female symbol corresponding to the ‘yoni’ and the upward pointing triangle is the male, the ‘lingam’.  When the two triangles are interlaced, it represents the union of the active and passive forces in nature; it represents the male and female elements.” [Also explained inDid You Know? Vignettes in Masonry from the Royal Arch Mason Magazine , Missouri Lodge of Research, 1965, p. 132, Wes Cook, Editor]

If you have not figured it out already, the occultist, the paganist, worships sex

Actually, the hexagram represents balance and harmony, it really has nothing to do with sex.

in fact, they worship most everything in Nature

Nope. Frankly, you seem a bit too daft to understand the fundamentals of the occult. You can’t seem to even understand the difference between worship and symbolism.

Truly, Albert Pike, Grand Commander of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction, was right when he bragged, “Freemasonry is identical with the Mysteries”.

That, too, was debunked earlier.

Speaking of the sexual connotation of the hexagram, another witch revealed, “When the male triangle penetrates the female triangle, it produces the six pointed crest of Solomon or hexagram, the most wicked symbol in witchcraft”. [David J. Meyer, Dancing With Demons: The Music’s Real Master ]

You expect me to believe that a witch’s writings are being publish by Chick Pub? I think not.

This was an odd part in the series, since it wasn’t necessarily that the claims we demonstrably false, but rather that there were some unsubstantiated claims here. Some sources that were either not trustworthy or sources that couldn’t be confirmed. There were also some basic misunderstandings, whether intentional or not.

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