the COS ran death squads or hit squads
they are also linked to the Hells Angels and Pagans.
David Berkowitz andCharles Manson are believed to have been involved in providing hits for the elites that ran this group
The Four Pii Movement
Four Pi” or “Four P” movement, the cult originally boasted 55 members, of whom fifteen were middle-aged, the rest consisting of young men and women in their early twenties. The group’s leader — dubbed the “Grand Chingon” or “Head Devil” — was said to be a wealthy California businessman of middle years, who exercised his power by compelling younger members of the cult to act as slaves and murder random targets on command. The central object of the cult was to promote “the total worship of evil.” Organized in Northern California during 1967, the Four Pi movement held its secret gatherings in the Santa Cruz mountains
Four Pi Movement, a secret contingency within the Process. One inside source claimed of the Four Pi Movement that:
“The ceremonies involved use of a portable crematorium to dispose of the bodies, a wooden altar adorned with dragons and a wooden morgue table. There were as many as forty people in attendance at these sacrifices. The instrument of sacrifice was a set of 6 knives welded into a football shaped holder. The heart was eaten…”
Ellis goes on to link the Four Pi Movement with:
“…a group called “Kirke [or Circe] Order of Dog Blood.” This group allegedly met on the full and new moons on secluded beaches outside of Los Angeles to sacrifice black animals of all sorts, cats and dogs included.”
These organizations, including the Process and the Manson Family, are allegedly linked through this ritual of drinking animal blood. The Circe Order of Dog Blood, however, may have had the distinction of performing human sacrifice as well. According to Gorightly:
“This mysterious ‘Circe’ also brought property adjacent to a location reported as being a site where satanic rituals involving human sacrifice were performed. In 1985, law enforcement officials dug up the site, discovering ritualistic paraphernalia, although no evidence of murder was uncovered. Shortly before the police raid, the occult shop in Toledo closed and ‘Circe’ disappeared.”
According to reports from self-styled members of the Four Pi cult, its victims were mainly hitchhikers, drifters and runaways, with an
occasional volunteer from the ranks. One such, a young woman,
reportedly went to her death with a smile in November 1968, near
Boulder Creek, but even sacrifice of willing victims is a risky
business, and the cult was said to mount patrols around its rural
meeting places, using guards with automatic weapons and attack trained dogs to guarantee privacy.
In early 1969, the cult reportedly moved southward, shifting
operations to the O’Neil Park region of the Santa Ana Mountains, below Los Angeles. The move produced — or was occasioned by — a factional dispute within the group, one segment striving to de-emphasize Satanic ritual and concentrate wholeheartedly on kinky sex, while more traditional adherents clung to Lucifer and human sacrifice. The group apparently survived its schism and expanded nationwide, with author Maury Terry citing evidence of a thousand or more members across the country by 1979. One hotbed of activity appears to be New York, where 85 German shepherds and Dobermans were found skinned in the year
between October 1976 and October 1977.
Along the way, the “Four Pi” movement has apparently rubbed shoulders
with a number of notorious killers, feeding — or, perhaps, inspiring
— their sadistic fantasies. Serial slayer Stanley Baker, jailed in
Montana for eating the heart of one victim, confessed to other murders perpetrated on orders from the “Grand Chingon.” Recruited from a college campus in Wyoming, Baker remained unrepentant in confinement, organizing fellow inmates into a Satanic coven of his own, but his
testimony brought lawmen no closer to cracking the cult.
Satanic Hand of Death cult
according to Lucas’s account, there were several hundred students at the Hand of Death training camp, coming from six different countries; over half of them were women. The camp provided unlimited access to all kinds of drug-taking, which was encouraged recreational activity. Liquor was available, and after evening ritualistic sacrifices, there would be a drug/sex orgy involving all the campers.
The daytime part of the program included a full curriculum of training courses in murder, rape, car theft, drug trafficking, and every other form of organized criminal activity. Each student had already been assigned a partner and a sponsor, who paid the cost of the training. Lucas’s training lasted for seven weeks. After leaving the camp he was assigned to work on kidnaping operations run by the organization.
He and Toole were instructed to kidnap three babies and deliver them to a ranch located in the Mexican state of Chihuahua, which was a four-hour drive from Juarez. Next they kidnaped two young girls, approximately 11 and 13 years of age, who were to be used as porno actresses in a snuff movie. Over a10-month period, the Lucas-Toole team traveled around fourteen states in the United States.
The Hand of Death is also in league with organized crime in drug-trafficking operations. In part, the members of the Hand themselves are regular drug users and therefore need their personal supplies. Lucas describes carrying out drug deliveries between Midland and Stoneburg, Tex. (in the north central part of the state).
Order of the Black Cross
The group itself relies on different names from place to place, with
New York members meeting as “The Children,” while Alabama hosts “The Children of the Light” (suspected of involvement in 25 murders since
1987). A faction called the “Black Cross” is said to operate as a kind of Satanic Murder Incorporated, fielding anonymous hit teams for cultists nationwide, disposing of defectors and offering pointers on the fine art of human sacrifice. If law enforcement spokesmen are correct, the cult is also deeply involved in white slavery, child pornography , and the international narcotics trade.
Charles Manson and his “family” reportedly had contact with the Four Pi movement, prior to making headlines in Los Angeles. Ed Sanders
reports that some of Manson’s followers referred to him — in Sanders’
presence — as the “Grand Chignon,” distinguished from the original
article by his age and the fact that Manson was jailed while the real
“Chignon” remains at large. Likewise, “family” hacker Susan Atkins has
described the sacrifice of dogs by Manson’s group, and searchers
digging for the last remains of Manson victim Shorty Shea reported
finding large numbers of chicken and animal bones at the family’s
campsite — a peculiar form of garbage for a group reputedly comprised
Convicted killer David Berkowitz — more famous as the “Son of Sam”
who terrorized New York in 1976 and ’77 — has also professed
membership in the Four Pi cult, revealing inside knowledge of a
California homicide allegedly committed by the group.
Berkowitz smuggled a book on witchcraft out of his prison cell, with
passages on Manson and the Four Pi movement underlined. One page bore
a cryptic notation in the killer’s own handwriting: “Arlis Perry.
Hunted, stalked, and slain,followed to California.” As researched by Maury Terry, the Berkowitz note points directly to an unsolved murder committed at Stanford University in mid-October 1974.
On October 11 of that year, co-ed Arlis Perry was found in the campus chapel at Stanford, nude from the waist down, a long candle protruding from her vagina. Her blouse had been ripped open, and another candle stood between her breasts. Beaten and choked unconscious by her assailant, she was finally killed with an ice pick, buried in her skull behind the left ear. In subsequent conversations and
correspondence, Berkowitz alleged that Perry was killed by Four Pi members as “a favor” to cultists in her hometown Bismarck, North Dakota, whom she had apparently offended in some way. Her slayer was named by Berkowitz as “Manson II,” a professional killer “involved with the original Manson and the cult there in L.A.”