Walpurgisnacht~Witches Night Origins of Scientology

From: http://www.lermanet.com/exit/CST-miscavige-and-satanism.htm

"Scientology is worse than you think
"But mysticism/occultism isn't our source. Our source, actually, is magic. Magic is something that, today, is performed on a stage with prestidigitation. But magic actually has a much more vivid and noble history than a stage magician. It is quite remarkable that the magician attempts directly to use spirits to perform his will. And that is his basic modus operandi. That is his goal in practicing magic."from a Lecture given on 29 January 1958, The History of Clearing by L Ron Hubbard.

PART I - CST - "The Church of Spiritual Technology, Incorporated"
The corporate entity that owns scientology, owns RTC... has the registered name of: "The Church of Spiritual Technology".
See http://www.Lermanet.com/CST/ It could be more aptly described as "The church of the hole in the ground". The corporate fiscal year ending for CST is April 30th...

April 30th is also the day Hitler chose to commit suicide.

April 30th is also witches day, it is the most holy day in Satanism other than one's OWN birthday...

One's own birthday, is the holiest day in the OTO brand of Satanism.

David Miscavige's Birthday is.. April 30th...

And, Goebbels was appointed Prime Minister on April 30th by Hitler

Anton LaVey founded the Church of Satan on... April 30th.

Ask anyone to point their finger at Hell... and they will point down into the ground.
April 30th is called in Germany: Walpurgisnacht or Hexennacht, meaning Witches' Night
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walpurgis_Night or May day eve... also called Witches Night

In some parts of northern coastal regions of Germany, the custom of lighting huge Beltane fires is still kept alive, to celebrate the coming of May, while most parts of Germany have a derived Christianized custom around Easter called "Easter fires".

From Wiki on Fiscal year endings: "Choosing a different fiscal year end date should be considered carefully, however, because it will affect all your other reporting obligations."

Which begs the question: Who exactly does CST report to??

"My father wanted to be one with Satan" - L Ron Hubbard Jr. http://www.lermanet.com/scientologynews/penthouse-LRonHubbardJr-interview-1983.htm

Question for scientologists: Do you?
"The church of the hole in the ground".. indeed....The best place to hide something, is right in front of you! More like this: LINK http://www.lermanet.com/scientology-and-occult/

Hubbard tells scientologists that they are thetans - pronounced THAY-TANS... If you say thetan with a lisp is comes out SATAN

Part II - The Crossed out Cross
Every scientology building has a crossed out cross on it. And if you look at the points of that cross very closely, especially the gold painted one, on the top of the "Big Blue" building in Los Angeles, right now, examine the ends of this supposed christian cross... you will find the ends are the ends of BONES.

The Scientology cross is in fact a cross of human bones. Is this the Crossed bones of a pirate ship, raiding christianity to trick the unwary to work for Satan?

Part III the Scientology Logo
above from scientology's own webpages

This is known, that one of David Miscavige's close associates was L Ron Hubbard, who did that moonchild ceremony in 1947 with Jack Parsons. The only other mention of a moonchild ceremony I could find on the web was one done by some of Hilter's pals.

In the moonchild ceremony, which supposedly opened a doorway for spirits to enter this realm, the colors that are required to be used are the same as the colors used for the book by Hubbard for humans to enter his realm, the Dianetics logo, which is green and gold. The triangle on the logo contains three corners, each of which is 60 degrees, and in Crowley's numerology, 60 = 6 + 0 = 6 so the triangle becomes a secret way to invoke the numbers 666 - based on crowley's numerology of course.

But whether Hubbard succeeded or not, the circle has been broken.

When a sorcerer is invoking evil spirits, they draw a circle on the ground,in the circle they draw two triangles,( star of david style) they place the "vessels" they wish to use as mediums for those spirits inside points of the triangles..

The circle is there to contain the invoked demons and keep them from going somewhere else or attacking the sorcerer..

When a scientlogist following Hubbard's words, word for word, like a formula, causes someone to get INTO scientology - they are in essence entering into the double triangles (of the scientology LOGO) That also has a Capital S for Scientology? or is it for Satan?

Hubbard gets people to join in and symbolically enter the triangles in the logo of scientology, which are the triangles of the sorcerers star and circle!

Once they are there, Scientologists, have their psyche destroyed by the mind numbing upper levels of OT7 and OT8.. "Mock up a machine for destroying bodies" - This is an actual command from the secret levels Are the upper levels in fact preparing scientologist's bodies... to become the VESSELS for those same demonic spirits he was invoking in the 1947 Moonchild ceremony.

Vessels for what? Perhaps THIS is what Scientology creates.

"Scientology is just black magic spread out over a very long time"
said L Ron Hubbard's own son here: Penthouse Interview with Ron DeWolfe LINK

If the above is true, then, I am compelled to state this invocation:

The circle has been broken
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Further, consider this ( based on careful examination of the planning commission filings )

The "luxury residence" structures at CST vaults (including Petrolia and Crestline HQ locations), feature rooms shaped as equilateral triangles, that are aligned to the North compass point. Scientologist James Lightfield (who has taken it upon himself to defend Scientology,{See Topix.com for an example} and many other blogs), should ask Miscavige about the above, and demand to SEE the facility, and if true should HANG ONTO HIS WALLET AND RUN LIKE HELL... and then send us a big check for the generous service rendered, of keeping him from turning into one of L Ron Hubbard's vessels.... unless, of course, that is what he wants.

The circle has been broken

The circle has been broken...

The symbol above, per occultic belief systems, would set free those would be "vessels" (scientologists) and any conjured demons (OTs), who were supposed to inhabit those vessels (the meat bodies of upper level scientologists) in order to create the perception that Scientology was a bridge to OT powers.

They are now free to attack the sorcerer, who is no longer protected by the circle.

Thus: "The circle has been broken"
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An Ex-member comments:
"I do think you are onto something significant. The odds of coincidence are highly unlikely that this date appears in so many foreboding events. Just multiply 1/365 by itself for each instance. That is, 0.002739726^n" Clearwater Florida"

"The more I read about 'possessions' and 'transference' and alike, the more validity arrives that hubbards goal was to 'empty the vessel' of people for one reason or another. There's plenty of conjecture to whether it was for an ET interiorisation or a demonic entity that hubbard called his 'Guardian/Empress' as the pay off for his suspected 'deal', but I guess it's rather hard to know for sure becuase people that were upper bridge give different accounts but have similarities of losing their 'self' in the process and only after they had escaped the delusion/illusion of the 'tech' did they again start to recoupe what had been drained from them by hubbards 'technology' Thanks! I've FINALLY managed to reach a key understanding about Lafayette Ron Hubbard's final decades."

"Is "Ronthesatanist" really a more important topic than "Ronthewarhero", "Ronthenuclearphysicist": http://www.ronthenut.org/nukenut.htm, "Ronthepoet" or - heaven help us "Ronthemusician"?

Answer by AH: "Yes, on the grounds he really was a Satanist and none of the other things. One is de-coding the method of a con-artist to attain the required trust in a 'mark'. The other is de-coding what he was about in real-life."
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Reference:
Soc. Neurosci. Abstr., 24:241. - Touretsky "Scientology builds upon Dianetics, an abreactive therapy technique Hubbard introduced in 1950. His work mixes ideas from Freud, Jung, Aleister Crowley, and gnostic mysticism."

Nota Bene: Evidence of esoteric beliefs during the Nuremberg trials was suppressed in order to prevent the Nazi heirarchy from escaping prosecution by pleas of insanity. "large bodies of existing evidence were too bizzarre to be admitted"
-page 240 "Secret Germany, Claus Von Stauffenberg and the Mystical Crusade Against Hitler" ISBN 0-224-03525-8
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Gore Vidal on meeting L Ron Hubbard: "He exuded evil, malice, and stupidity"

July 2007 - Scientology, "A nazi-like organization" - Der Spiegel Magazine: http://www.lermanet.com/scientology-and-occult/der-spiegel-scientology-nazis.htm

Scientology and the Occult Index: http://www.lermanet.com/scientology-and-occult/index.htm

also see my previous page about this topic HERE: http://www.lermanet.com/scientologyscandals/magick.htm

NY Post - Scientology Satanic Links?" :http://www.lermanet.com/scientologynews/nypost-satanic-link03162003.htm
 
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Lermanet_com

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Thanks for posting this.

If Hitler suicided on April 30th and DM was born on April 30th, might Hubbard have thought... naw... nevermind...

Here is the "Circle has been broken" image:

the-circle-has-been-broken.jpg
 

SpecialFrog

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While Hubbard appears to have been a Crowley enthusiast, Crowley wasn't a Satanist.

There are so many better reasons to criticize Scientology than because Hubbard borrowed from Crowley as much as Freud and Korzybski.
 
As I see it Froggie, it's not so much to criticize Scientology because of Ron's love of, fascination with, and utilization of the occult and occult practices, it's more to see RON clearly as a person, who he was in real life. Not the myth and the COS PR. :thumbsup:

What moved and motivated him, etc. When you understand this, all the evil actions and "outnesses" of the cult cannot be just relegated to "things going wrong" under latter day leadership.

Thank YOU, Arnie, for putting the information up and making it accessible in the first place. Thanks to you and all those other whistleblowers, known and unknown. :clap: :thumbsup: Knowledge is power!

I apologize that I was unable to put the pictures up, not sure why...Computer glitch? :confused2: But I did try to get all the links in so folks can go and read for themselves.

Thanks for the image! It's a good one for breaking this particular "spell". :biggrin:

I also like the image of a spiral...open ended and growing!
 

SpecialFrog

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As I see it Froggie, it's not so much to criticize Scientology because of Ron's love of, fascination with, and utilization of the occult and occult practices, it's more to see RON clearly as a person, who he was in real life. Not the myth and the COS PR. :thumbsup:

That is reasonable. I just find that people can make too much of it and start trying to imply that Scientology = Satanism.
 

Lermanet_com

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That is reasonable. I just find that people can make too much of it and start trying to imply that Scientology = Satanism.

During the nuremburg trials evidence of the cultic nature of the Nazis was supressed by the prosecution so they would not escape the death penaly using pleas of insanity, the evidence was too bizzare to be believed, much like "The incredible chain" of scientology's own conduct.

see http://www.lermanet.com/scientology-and-occult/index.htm

AND



"Respected German historian Guido Knopp has compared a speech by US actor Tom Cruise to the Church of Scientology with a call to war by Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels.

Knopp, an expert on World War II history, said in an interview with Bild newspaper: "Tom Cruise's manner calls to mind Goebbels."
 
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SpecialFrog

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During the nuremburg trials evident of the cultic nature of the Nazis was supressed by the prosecution so they would not escape the death penaly using pleas of insanity, the evidence was too bizzare to be believed, much like "The incredible chain" of scientology's own conduct.

Do you have a source for that? I mean, the Hitler / occult connection is well established but the impact on Nuremburg. Nuremburg was certainly tailored to include only crimes the Allies themselves had not committed (e.g. carpet bombing).

Anyway, I still don't see the Hubbard / Crowley connection as particularly significant.
 

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Do you have a source for that? I mean, the Hitler / occult connection is well established but the impact on Nuremburg. Nuremburg was certainly tailored to include only crimes the Allies themselves had not committed (e.g. carpet bombing).

Anyway, I still don't see the Hubbard / Crowley connection as particularly significant.

1) "Gods and Beasts, The occult and the Nazis" by Dusty Sklar, a friend of Paulette Cooper's..and when I asked Paullette why she dared publish THE SCANDAL OF SCIENTOLOGY said to me: My parents died as Auschwitz, I recognized in $cientology the same spectre that killed my parents..

2) I believe your 2nd sentence is an example of Fallacious Argument, Im too tired to read the pages on Fallacious Argument because you have not, in order to find the exact category, perhaps Straw Man.. http://www.nizkor.org/features/fallacies/
Nota Bene: Hubbard was a MASTER of Fallacious Argument...he gave Scientologists a few of them and called them the data series. Hubbard used fallacious argument to trick us into believing his lies. < The same tactics are still used to this day on the net to fool critics and the public.

3) If true then why clutter up a thread about the opposite? Your 3rd sentence brings to mind Voltair's Child, telling me years ago that she did not care if Scientology WAS Satanism...while claiming to believe in Scientology...And reminds me of another troll thread on ESMB, "I am a Christian and a Scientologist" which OSA has been using for decades...

 

SpecialFrog

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1) "Gods and Beasts, The occult and the Nazis" by Dusty Sklar

Thanks for the reference. As I said, Hitler and the occult is well established but I have not heard the Nuremberg trial aspect. I will look into it further.

2) I believe your 2nd sentence is an example of Fallacious Argument, Im too tired to read the pages on Fallacious Argument because you have not, in order to find the exact category, perhaps Straw Man..

I really don't think that is a straw man. It was an acknowledgement that the focus of the Nuremberg trials was determined by an agenda. It may be tangential to your statement but it is not really arguing for or against.

3) If true then why clutter up a thread about the opposite?

I started off disputing the claim that Aleister Crowley was a Satanist. I have read a reasonable amount of Crowley and what has been written about him and I stand by that statement.

Therefore, I find the argument that "Hubbard liked Crowley" + "Crowley liked Satan" = "Hubbard was a Satanist" to be uncompelling and potentially detrimental to meaningful criticism of Hubbard and Scientology.

If you find dissecting the Hubbard / occult connection useful by all means continue to do so. I merely caution against using it as the basis for criticism of Scientology.

I don't really care if Hubbard thought he was going to rule the world through some secret deal with Satan. I do care that he locked children into chain lockers and tried to destroy people like Paulette Cooper.

I don't believe in Scientology or Satan.

You are obviously welcome to think that I am an OSA troll though this strikes me as a leap of logic.
 

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Book of Law

The Book of Law was published by A. Crowley in 1904.

The Thule society: German occultist and völkisch group in Munich, named after a mythical northern country from Greek legend.
The Society is notable chiefly as the organization that sponsored the Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (DAP), which was later transformed by Adolf Hitler into the National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nazi Party).

Nibs claimed the LRH read BotL when he was 16.
Thule Society would form the bases of the OTO magickal research of which LRH & Crowley was a member.
So there is no mystery about occultism in Scientology.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Book_of_the_Law
 

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All this is interesting but...

All this occult stuff is interesting but really???? If you were to believe in occult and numerology then you might as well believe in Xenu and body thetans and magical OT Powers. Can't Ron just be a really creative organized controlling fanatical con artist.

If you were to believe in Satan then you would have to believe in the whole story of Jesus and the virgin birth and angels and devils.


Never the less it was a very interesting article and I did wonder about a crossed out cross for many years while I was in.
 

Type4_PTS

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Re: All this is interesting but...

All this occult stuff is interesting but really???? If you were to believe in occult and numerology then you might as well believe in Xenu and body thetans and magical OT Powers. Can't Ron just be a really creative organized controlling fanatical con artist.

Personally I'm interested in exploring the subject of this thread further. I want to see how deep the rabbit hole goes. :coolwink:

And in response to the sentence that I made bold - it's not so much about what WE believe. It's about what Hubbard believed and about what his true intentions were for Scientology and for us.
 

Lermanet_com

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Re: All this is interesting but...

All this occult stuff is interesting but really???? If you were to believe in occult and numerology then you might as well believe in Xenu and body thetans and magical OT Powers. Can't Ron just be a really creative organized controlling fanatical con artist.

If you were to believe in Satan then you would have to believe in the whole story of Jesus and the virgin birth and angels and devils.


Never the less it was a very interesting article and I did wonder about a crossed out cross for many years while I was in.

1) Yes, Ron could have merely been a fanatical, sociopathic con artist. No argument there. His own claims, and those of his son, do make for interesting reading.

Peter Lavenda, author of Unholy Alliance and others, (highly recommended reading) describes how US Black Budget intelligence services have used satanic trappings as a shore story for their own social engineering experiments (eg - does this style rubbish create a controllable automaton - that may be run as an agent might be. )The earliest modern reference I found in historical terms was in a book titled "Death in the Mind", (approx 1943, ghost written by another for hypnotist George Estabrooks who did work for OSS) describing covert hypnosis used to control unwitting agents. The earliest ancient reference was the Hashasin cult, from which the term assassin came from..

2) One does not have to believe in Jesus and virgin birth to deal with angels and spirits. Mithras, the Jesus G-d of 2500 BC in Persia, happened to also be born in a stable, rode into town on a donkey, and was born of a virgin..on December 25th.. but you are not supposed to know that, .... Demons and Spirits and reincarnation are described in the Egyptian book of the Dead that dates to 2000 years before Mithras! Indigineous tribes the world over tend toward spiritism.. with their own creation myths.. And all had their own brand of evil, the 'devil' was just the Christian flavor of prior art.



3) Re crossed out cross, a close look at the 'cross' on top of big blue in LA, looks a bit like crossed bones to this writer.


regards, Arnie Lerma
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Here's another website with more information along these lines. This selection is from "The Hubbard is Bare" by Jeff Jacobson.

http://www.mt.net/~watcher/crowleyhubbard.html

"Hubbard had clear connections to the occult. Even in the first publication of dianetics in "Astounding Science Fiction", Hubbard in explaining how he did his "research" into what the mind was doing, says he used "automatic writing, speaking and clairvoyance" (1) to discover what the mind's memory banks were doing. Automatic writing is an occult method of communicating with the spirit world, although psychologists consider its products to arise from subconscious thoughts of the writer. Whichever is correct, it is hardly a method used by competent scientific researchers.

Hubbard's connection to the occultist Aleister Crowley is quite clear and noteworthy. Crowley called himself the Anti-Christ, the Beast of Revelations, and 666. Russell Miller has adequately chronicled Hubbard's connection in 1945 to John W. Parsons, who headed Crowley's Ordo Templi Orientis chapter in Los Angeles. (2) Hubbard was an active member in this group for several months, and first met his second wife there. The Church of Scientology claims that Hubbard was actually infiltrating this group in order to break it up, but the following should suffice to dismiss this claim.

In the Philadelphia Doctorate Course lectures taped in 1952, Hubbard discusses occult magic of the middle ages, and recommends a current book - "it's fascinating work in itself, and that's work written by Aleister Crowley, the late Aleister Crowley, my very good friend." (3) The book recommended was The Master Therion, (published in London in 1929) later re-released as Magick in Theory and Practise. L. Ron Hubbard, Jr. asserts that during the time when the Philadelphia course was given his father would read Crowley's works "in preparation for the next day's lecture..." (4)

There are interesting similarities between Crowley's writings and the teachings of Hubbard. Dianetics' Time Track, in which every incident in a person's life is chronologically recorded in full in the mind, is quite similar to Crowley's Magical Memory. The Magical Memory is developed over time until "memories of childhood reawaken" (5) which were previously forgotten, and memories of previous incarnations are recalled as well. Hubbard gives examples in the Philadelphia Doctorate Course of several people remembering lives earlier on earth, some up to a million years ago. The similarity between the Magical Memory and Time Track, then, is that they both can recall every past incident in a person's life, they both can recall incidents from past lives, and they both must be developed by certain techniques in order to make use of them.

Both Hubbard and Crowley consider it important to have the person recall his or her birth. "Having allowed the mind to return for some hundred times to the hour of birth, it should be encouraged to endeavour to penetrate beyond that period" (6) (Crowley). "After twenty runs through birth, the patient experienced a recession of all somatics and 'unconsciousness' and aberrative content." "Thus there was no inhibition about looking earlier than birth for what Dianetics had begun to call basic-basic" (7) (Hubbard).

Both Hubbard and Crowley are avowedly anti-psychiatry. "Official psychoanalysis is therefore committed to upholding a fraud... psychoanalysts have misinterpreted life, and announced the absurdity that every human being is essentially an anti-social, criminal, and insane animal" (8) (Crowley). Hubbard considered that psychiatry controlled most of society and was struggling to create their own 1984 world. (9)

Hubbard (10) and Crowley both posit the ability of the person to leave his or her body at times. Crowley states that the way to learn to leave your body is to mock up a body like your own in front of your physical body. Eventually you will learn to leave your physical body with your "astral body" and travel and view at will without physical restrictions. (11) Hubbard teaches the same, and his method of "exteriorization" is to tell the person to "have preclear mock up own body" (12), which will send the person outside his body.

Crowley's Konx om Pax on right Both Crowley (13) and Hubbard (14) use an equilateral triangle pointing up in a circle as one of their group's symbols. Both use Volume 0 instead of Volume 1 to begin enumerating their works. One could go on for quite some time listing the similarities between Crowley's and Hubbard's theories and writings, but for more the reader is encouraged to look for him or herself."

AH HAH! I knew I had read this somewhere!:

"In Crowley's Organization are several grade levels. To reach the Grade of Adeptus Exemptus "The Adept must prepare and publish a thesis setting forth His knowledge of the Universe, and his proposals for its welfare and progress. He will thus be known as the leader of a school of thought." (15) It is apparent that Hubbard has fulfilled this requirement."

Thus began the book of Dianetics and the school of thought of Scientology. Ron was fulfilling his upper levels. :biggrin:

What I wonder is, Exemptus from what? :confused2:
 

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a reader pointed out an error which i have yet to correct on the linked page

"The most holy day in satanism outside of ones OWN birthday is April 30th, Witches Night."

Witch's Night is October 30th.

Perhaps not coincidentally, heirs to the OTO purchased their
property in the late 1950's in the Sierra Gold Rush region
on October 30th. CST signed its initial lease for gold mining
also on October 30th, also in the Sierras. (note)

The "Festival of Beltrane" or the "Fires of Beltrane" is held on April 30th.
You can google it or find more via wikipedia.

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"Festival of Beltane"

So, Im sorry to lead readers to bad data but April 30th, Dm's Brthday and CST day is actually the 2nd most holy day in OTO Satanism...

Note: This would be CST's Lady Washington Gold mine property in Tuolumne , California

"If you say satan with a lisp it comes out "thetan"" Rich Leiby
 
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