posted on Aug, 21 2010 @ 12:11 AM
Originally posted by Funkydung
once at the head of the O.T.O. operation Jack Parsons conducted a giant satanic ritual aided by a fellow O.T.O. member with the name Frater "H". in
1948 the same year George Bush Sr. was baptized as Magog, Parsons undertook one of the most dark rituals known to kabballahist "The Babylon Working"
this ritual requires the initiate to visualize the tree of life with its 10 spheres and its 22 connecting pathways.
Jack was never head of the O.T.O. at least not to my knowledge. When Crowley stepped down as the head of the O.T.O. Grady McMurtry took over. I had
the pleasure of meeting him back in the 70's.
This ritual you speak of isn't so dark a ritual as you might think. Granted if you are Christian, perhaps it is quite dark. But, Magick isn't dark
at all, just very misunderstood.
between the top 3 spheres and the lower 7 spheres there is the so called abyss. the place where ones personality even ones sanity is destroyed. if the
initiate successfully spans the abyss with personality intact he becomes a black brother of the kabballah. a black magician of the so called "left
hand path." in the tradition of the Judaic Mysticism these black magicians are utter evil. this giant "Babylon Working" ritual saw Parsons aided by
Frater "H" project their astral bodies into the dark abyss of Lucifer.
Ahhh yes the Abyss, been there, done that; very nasty place. One does not survive the Abyss with the Ego intact, and if by some chance they do, they
are indeed insane. The whole idea of traversing the Abyss is to destroy the Ego, so that One can attain to greater heights, though, the road after the
Abyss makes the path leading to the Abyss seem like kintergarden. Neither path is easy. But, when One emerges from the Abyss they are not neccessarily
on the Left Hand Path, though their experiences within the Abyss will determine which path they follow, if
they follow any path at all.
The Abyss isn't overseen by Lucifer; it is the great demon/god Choronzon. [See Liber 418, 10th Aire]
There is an old joke about Parsons and HUnnard. It seems that they were having drinks one afternoon, and Hubbard made a bet with Parsons that in one
weekend he could create a religion that would attract many to it. It appears he won. Though the religion of Hubbard is little more than watered down
Thelema, and stated in a more material manner. I wonder how Tom Cruise would feel if he knew the truth about it? Always makes me laugh.
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