Aleister Crowleys link to animal and human sacrifice

Is it possible that the start of these unsolved brutal cold cases in the 1940’s occurred when Aleister Crowley opened his United States chapter of the OTO?  

LA “Agape Lodge”

We may remember that the Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO) — the German occult Order to which Crowley belonged and of which he became its somewhat disputed OHO (Outer Head of the Order) — had splintered into various factions around 1925. One group went with Crowley. Another remained independent of Crowley and his religion of Thelema. Still another became the Brotherhood of Saturn, an organization that survived the war and also exists to this day. ( Saturn death cult)

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Recourse to a useful flowchart provided on electronic bulletin boards by something calling itself the “Boleskine Chapter of the Thelema Grand Lodge OTO” [9] indicates that the Swiss OTO has direct lineage to both Karl Germer and Theodor Reuss via Frater Paragranus (Josephus Metzger) declaring the latter to be OHO although whom it recognizes as OHO at this time is not clear. What is clear is that this Swiss lodge was once the private domain of Theodor Reuss himself, presumably when he went to Ascona in the waning years of his life and founded the same “Mysteria Maxima Veritas” Lodge. The Lodge continued under the leadership of Karl Germer as OHO even after Germer left for the United States, but after Germer’s death it seems to dangle off the edge of the flowchart as the Order itself went through several sea changes with Kenneth Grant’s Nu-Isis Lodge in England, Grady McMurtry’s operation in the States, and various other offshoots such as Brazilian Marcelo Ramos Motta’s version of the Order, which was successfully sued by the McMurtry gang in a United States court. [10] Germer had died without leaving a Templar heir, and the resulting fracas has served only to splinter this already heartily splintered organization still further.

In conversations with the author, Grady McMurtry — several years before his death in 1985 — related that in 1941, before Jack Parsons totally lost control of his life, he initiated McMurtry — then an army lieutenant — into the OTO.

McMurtry later served in the European Theater in some capacity and made Crowley’s personal acquaintance in London at about the time Crowley was strategizing with the likes of Fleming, Wheatley, and Knight. Crowley elevated McMurtry to the IXͦ in the OTO hierarchical scheme — the highest rank attainable save by those ruling as OHOs — and McMurtry then returned to the United States after the war, still under Germer’s leadership there. Once Germer died, however, several individuals calling themselves OHO began running their own OTO organizations. As recently as the 1980s, the American outfit now legally recognized as the OTO in the States claimed adherence to a set of vile regulations published in what is known as the Blue Equinox, i.e., Crowley’s hardbound periodical that was usually published in white covers and which was, only once, bound in blue covers; hence its informal title.

These archaic strictures are a legacy of Crowley’s early German period, mixed with elements of a monarchical Victorian hangover, which have become incomprehensibly precious to those otherwise anti establishment hippie types who constitute the leadership of the Order. That Crowley later repudiated the “Blue laws” and adopted the stridently libertarian views of the more succinct Liber OZ [11] — which was published in London and California in 1939 as the world was being plunged into the Second World War — seems clear to this author, who finds himself in general agreement with what has been written on the subject of Kenneth Grant, [12] who more than anyone seems best qualified to serve as OHO of the Order … the cosmic wisdom of the American legal system notwithstanding.

Although much about Manson remains a mystery, there is enough evidence to show that he borrowed at least some of his act from Scientologists during one of his previous prison terms, and even wrote an article for the official Process magazine. Manson told his followers that he wanted to instigate a race war between blacks and whites in America, believing that he and his Family would survive the holocaust by hiding out in the desert. After the smoke cleared and the blood dried, they would then come roaring out of the desert to take charge of what was left of the planet Earth. Noting Manson’s anti-Semitism and his hatred of blacks, it’s easy to see how he figured the race war would end.

Manson has claimed to be both Jesus Christ and the Devil, a claim that seems ludicrous at first glance but is easy to understand once one knows that the Process believed that Jesus, Satan, and Lucifer were equal members of a triune power of the universe. This quasi- gnostic belief is nothing new — it is, after all, warmed-over Manichaeism — but in modern dress it can seem scandalous and fantastic.

As he spent more and more time in prison after the Tate killings, he became infected with Nazi ideology, probably via the Aryan Brotherhood, which serves as a violent, all-white “gang” both within the prison system and without. As is well known, he eventually carved a swastika into his forehead, and formed a relationship with James N. Mason of the Universal Order, [18] an offshoot of the American Nazi Party of George Lincoln Rockwell. Mason eventually realized that Manson was the latest incarnation of Adolf Hitler, and began to devote all his time to promoting Charlie’s philosophy among his neo-Nazi brethren.

SO than the Los Angelos Lodge Saturn Death Cult consisted of

Marcel Duchamp> Alchemist> an Alchemist is a satanist

Max Ernst > Alchemist

Jack Whiteside Parsons> formed and worked with Aleister Crowley to help create the Los Angelos Coven….

L Ron Hubbard> worked extensively with Jack Parsons until there falling out

Kenneth Anger

Curtis Harrington

Maya Deren

and a whole bunch of other famous Old Holly Wood royalty.

n 1944, the Anglemyers moved to Hollywood to live with their grandmother, and Kenneth began attending Beverly Hills High School. It was here that he met Maxine Peterson, who had once been the stand-in for Shirley Temple, and he asked her, alongside another classmate and an old woman, to appear in his next film project, which he initially called Demigods but which was later retitled Escape Episode. Revolving partially around the occult, it was filmed in a “spooky old castle” in Hollywood and was subsequently screened at the Coronet Theater on North La Cienega, Los Angeles. Around this time Anger also began attending the screenings of silent films held at Clara Grossman’s art gallery, through which he met a fellow filmmaker, Curtis Harrington, and together they formedCreative Film Associates, whose purpose it was to distribute underground films such as those of Maya Deren, John and James Whitney, as well as their own.


In order for a true Satanist to  grow in power they have to preform ritual abuse and sacrifice. Contrary to what they say and hide behind in religious freedom you cannot become powerful with out preforming these rituals.

In his book, Magick, Aleister Crowley noted that “the highest
spiritual working” required the sacrifice of a male child:

“It is necessary for us to consider carefully the problems connected
with the bloody sacrifice… the bloody sacrifice has from time
immemorial been the most considered part of Magick….”

“It would be unwise to condemn as irrational the practice of those
savages who tear the heart and liver from an adversary, and devour
them while yet warm. In any case it was the theory of the ancient
Magicians that any living being is a storehouse of energy… At the
death of the animal this energy is liberated suddenly.”

“The animal should therefore be killed within the Circle, or the
Triangle, as the case may be, so that its energy cannot escape…. For
the highest spiritual working one must accordingly choose that victim
which contains the greatest and purest force. A male child of perfect
innocence and high intelligence is the most satisfactory and suitable

So, if one of the other names Crowley used for himself was Frater
Perdurabo read this quote below and it will become clear.

From The Magick, in Paris, France:

“…it was the theory of the ancient magicians that any living being
is a storehouse of energy varying in quantity according to the size
and health of the animal , and in quality according to its mental and
moral character. At the death of the animal this energy is liberated
suddenly. The animal should therefore be killed within the Circle, or
Triangle, as the case may be, so that its energy cannot escape…For
the highest spiritual working one must accordingly choose that victim
which contains the greatest and purest force. A male child of perfect
innocence and high intelligence is the most satisfactory and suitable
victim.” (Magick, by Master Therion, published in 1929 by the Lecram
Press, Paris, France)

A footnote on p. 95 says: “(4) It appears from the Magical Records of
Frater Perdurabo that he made this particular sacrifice on an average
about 150 times every year between 1912 and 1928.