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The Mystery of Sodalitas Vulturis Volantis

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posted on Mar, 5 2017 @ 06:13 PM
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originally posted by: dashen
a reply to: CreationBro

Which reminds me, second order of business, crush the advertising business


Godspeed. The ads have been infesting my browser like virtual tapeworms lately.




posted on Mar, 5 2017 @ 06:46 PM
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Did anyone actually try to break the Cipher on the first page?
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posted on Mar, 5 2017 @ 09:11 PM
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a reply to: andrew778

Apparently the answer is on here from what I saw posted by the belgianbutcher.www.reddit.com...

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posted on Mar, 6 2017 @ 07:57 AM
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originally posted by: andrew778
Did anyone actually try to break the Cipher on the first page?


You don't have to solve it. I tried and failed, but if you wish to join the svv this page
oldwlf.wikia.com...
Walks you through the first steps.

They want name, address, phone number, handwriting sample, voice print and lord knows what else.

I haven't, and I wouldn't, but if you want to then that is a way in.
Then you get to plant their seed sigil.

Edit

I've really had fun looking around at this thing, but apparently I'm making myself look like some insane fan girl shill loser.
So I'm going to make this post and leave it be.

My focus of interest was wether this was computer people playing with magic, or occultists looking for computer nerds.

I have reason to believe that it is the latter, that the SVV have strong inks with long-standing and serious occult groups.
They are obviously doing something with the Shem HaMephorash, which can be used for either angelic or demonic conjuration.

I further suspect that the MM of the department of convolution is directly related to the MMM of the OTO.

Lastly I'd like to say that I don't believe John Gripp ever actually lied to us.
He warned us to understand him we would need to understand how he defined words.
In this case I am sure he does not do magic. That's just pulling rabbits out of hats.
But I bet he does Magick.
Tricksy use of language, allowing you to deceive on a technicality. Elitist use of language and knowledge.

Anyway. I've satisfied my initial curiosity and I can't get any further with other aspects of it.
My computer skills aren't good enough.

I'd very much like to know why an occult order wants computer geniuses. Maybe Liber Primus is theirs and they want to meme their magic all over the net.
Maybe it's something else, but I don't know how to find out, so I'm done here.



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posted on Mar, 6 2017 @ 12:08 PM
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a reply to: dashen

Hey now. Lol. Be easy on the advertising biz. How else are you supposed to buy something you do not need and didn't actually want? Haha



posted on Mar, 11 2017 @ 06:03 PM
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originally posted by: Mandy555

originally posted by: andrew778
Did anyone actually try to break the Cipher on the first page?


You don't have to solve it. I tried and failed, but if you wish to join the svv this page
oldwlf.wikia.com...
Walks you through the first steps.

They want name, address, phone number, handwriting sample, voice print and lord knows what else.

I haven't, and I wouldn't, but if you want to then that is a way in.
Then you get to plant their seed sigil.

Edit

I've really had fun looking around at this thing, but apparently I'm making myself look like some insane fan girl shill loser.
So I'm going to make this post and leave it be.

My focus of interest was wether this was computer people playing with magic, or occultists looking for computer nerds.

I have reason to believe that it is the latter, that the SVV have strong inks with long-standing and serious occult groups.
They are obviously doing something with the Shem HaMephorash, which can be used for either angelic or demonic conjuration.

I further suspect that the MM of the department of convolution is directly related to the MMM of the OTO.

Lastly I'd like to say that I don't believe John Gripp ever actually lied to us.
He warned us to understand him we would need to understand how he defined words.
In this case I am sure he does not do magic. That's just pulling rabbits out of hats.
But I bet he does Magick.
Tricksy use of language, allowing you to deceive on a technicality. Elitist use of language and knowledge.

Anyway. I've satisfied my initial curiosity and I can't get any further with other aspects of it.
My computer skills aren't good enough.

I'd very much like to know why an occult order wants computer geniuses. Maybe Liber Primus is theirs and they want to meme their magic all over the net.
Maybe it's something else, but I don't know how to find out, so I'm done here.




For some reason it won't let me respond to your message in private!

To answer your theory, you are incorrect! An applicant simply submitted a composition of ours as a part of their induction a while back.

Outside of that there is no connection too the John you mentioned


As for 23/93. Both are relevant for their own reasons, 93 to Thelema, 23 to Psychic TV...

But, alas, they bear no significance for us. 312 is a number of importance for this trial.

We are in no way connected to the golden dawn, OTO, or traditional Masonry. Though we find their robust literature both amusing and at times useful!



posted on Mar, 12 2017 @ 09:24 AM
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a reply to: JohnGripp

Fair enough. Just my opinions anyway.
Maybe I'm totally wrong and you are just a bunch of geeky students with a copy of 777 and a set of Illuminati cards.
What would I know?

Like I say, I can't get further anyway, I can't do codes.
I did try.
I now know far more about both Hebrew and hexadecimal than I did a month ago. So yay!!!
Live and learn.



posted on Mar, 12 2017 @ 11:28 AM
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originally posted by: Mandy555
a reply to: JohnGripp

Fair enough. Just my opinions anyway.
Maybe I'm totally wrong and you are just a bunch of geeky students with a copy of 777 and a set of Illuminati cards.
What would I know?

Like I say, I can't get further anyway, I can't do codes.
I did try.
I now know far more about both Hebrew and hexadecimal than I did a month ago. So yay!!!
Live and learn.



Haha! Yes, live and learn.

777 is not the end-all, be-all reference for correspondences. Crowley surely is given far too much credit!

If you'd like to understand our Kabbalistic methods, I suggest you read up on Abraham Abulafia.

Most of us graduated college 10+ years ago.

Regarding the codes -
There is Naught but one Thing:
One in Cipher, One in Essence.
Nature through Art transforms!



posted on Mar, 12 2017 @ 12:07 PM
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a reply to: JohnGripp

Ha! I've been playing Foucault's pendulum.

Love it.



posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 05:31 PM
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a reply to: JohnGripp

John Gripp, i would be very interested to know your opinion regarding this;

archive.org...



posted on Apr, 2 2017 @ 06:41 PM
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Methinks this agent's silence speaketh volumes...
a reply to: SpencerLobo



posted on Apr, 3 2017 @ 01:09 AM
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... and despite JG's distancing of the group from Thelema in a previous post, OLD WVLF is a total Crowley fanboy.



posted on Apr, 16 2017 @ 01:57 AM
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originally posted by: SpencerLobo
... and despite JG's distancing of the group from Thelema in a previous post, OLD WVLF is a total Crowley fanboy.


Apologies for the late reply! I believe you have already applied. So your questions have been answere b the Chancellor. However I will reiterate the fact that Crowley and the OTO shares common interests. If all you see is what's on the surface, there is no doubt you will make irrelevant connections. P.S. Submit your sheet music.



posted on Apr, 17 2017 @ 11:39 AM
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originally posted by: eisegesis
The point is to share what I have and let ATS do what they do best. Separate fact from fiction.

Oh my...


And here I was just considering the description of this forum and noticing how conducive it is to gathering everyone who wants to talk nonsense without supporting any of it with facts. "Endless wild speculation" might as well been the name for this forum as well. Some people do care about seperating facts from fiction, but also not being distracted with the trivial.

Forum description:

This forum is dedicated to the all-important highly speculative topics that may not be substantiated by many, if any facts...

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