Saturday, October 12, 2019

RAW on 'Politics of Psi'



From Martin Wagner.

Part One.

Part Two.

Part Three. 

Age of Psi. 

A bit from Part Two:

A few facts about the OTO, however, are beyond dispute. Aleister Crowley really was a member, ran all the English and American lodges from about 1900 onward and became “Outer Head” of the whole order in about 1920. (The “Inner Head” is allegedly, an extra-terrestrial, or extra-human, intelligence of no known address.) And it is also beyond doubt that Adolph Hitler hated and feared the OTO with a strange passion, which led him to place the entire German membership in concentration camps and outlaw the whole organization.

Hitler may have been worried about the overt encouragement of tyrannicide in the ninth of the OTO principles quoted above “Man has the right to kill those who would thwart these rights.” Or he may have regarded the occult arts of the OTO as threatening, or interfering with, the occult arts practiced by the Nazis themselves through the infamous Occult Department (Ahnenerbe) under the directorship of Heinrich Himmler.




4 comments:

Eric Wagner said...

Thank you Martin and Tom. Reading this seems a nice way to celebrate Crowleymas.

Eric Wagner said...

Does part five exist?

Lvx said...

93!

Martin Wagner said...

Sorry, no Law of Five in this case.