I just stumbled across a news article with this title and had to post it here...
Satanic sex cult that's
Apparently, Peaches Geldof, Jimmy Page from Led Zeppelin, and the rapper Jay-Z, amongst others have joined the Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO) and are
flaunting it, even with tattoos of the order.
This is absolutely not a problem, but what gets me is that journalists would be brazen enough (or perhaps ignorant enough) to use the words "Satanic"
and "Sex cult" in international news articles, while they obviously have no idea what the order is about.
Peach Geldof's OTO tattoo:
The article quotes celebrities as referring to the order as a sex cult:
'You could call us a sex cult in a way, because we recognise, accept and adore the whole process which goes towards making tangible the previously
It hints at the celebrities performing acts of human sacrifice:
A former FBI agent, Ted Gundersen, who investigated Satanic circles in LA, found that Crowley’s teachings about 'raising demons to do one’s
bidding' suggested human sacrifice, preferably of 'an intelligent young boy'.
What really gets me is that renowned journalists get away with labeling any occult order as satanic, and presenting such orders in a completely biased
way that basically accuses anyone of belonging to the order as satanists.
Although I am not a member of the order, I know a few people who are, including fellow members on this site who I trust, with whom I have discussed
the order, and along with my own research, I know that the article, along with all the variants thereof (listed below) is absolute trash and
Independent online article
Daily Star article
The Guardian article
In my opinion, celebrities should be able to belong to whatever orders they like, without having to be tortured by the press with lies and tales about
the nature of their involvement.
edit on 24/4/2013 by Saurus because: (no reason given)