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Ordo Templi Orientis. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir OTO. Histoire[modifier | modifier le code] Le commencement[modifier | modifier le code] La fondation de l'Ordo Templi Orientis fut l'œuvre du chimiste Karl Kellner (1851-1905), étudiant des doctrines de l'occulte et membre de plusieurs organisations secrètes. Il pensa avoir découvert la « clé » du secret de la Franc-maçonnerie dans les Mystère de la Nature eux-mêmes. Il aspira ensuite à créer une Academia Masonica qui unifierait les divers systèmes de la Franc-maçonnerie.

Kellner, avec l'aide de Theodor Reuss (1855-1923), décida de nommer cette nouvelle organisation l'Ordre du Temple d'Orient. En 1902, Reuss, avec Franz Hartmann et Henry Klein, obtint le droit de pratiquer le Rite Écossais, le Rite de Memphis et le Rite de Mizraïm (1), autorité qui lui sera confirmée en 1904 et en 1905. L'O.T.O. et Aleister Crowley[modifier | modifier le code] Notes : L'O.T.O. après Crowley[modifier | modifier le code] Karl Kellner (Chemiker) Karl Kellner Karl Kellner (eigentlich Carl August Kellner; * 1. September 1851 in Wien; † 7.

Juni 1905 ebenda) war ein österreichischer Chemiker, Industrieller, Erfinder, Freimaurer und Okkultist. Nach ihm ist das Ritter-Kellner-Verfahren zur Zellulosegewinnung benannt. Während seiner Arbeit in einem Wiener Privatlaboratorium machte Kellner bereits im Alter von 22 Jahren jene entscheidenden Beobachtungen, die nach seinem 1876 erfolgten Eintritt in die Fabrik des Julius Hektor Ritter Freiherrn von Záhony (1816–1878) in Podgora bei Görz in dem nach ihm und Ritter benannten und binnen Kurzem von zahlreichen Papierfabriken in Verwendung genommenen Sulfit-Zelluloseverfahren (Patente von 1884) gipfelten. 1895 begann Kellner seine Idee der Gründung einer „Academia Masonica“ mit Theodor Reuß unter dem Namen Orientalischer Templerorden zu besprechen.

Karl Kellner war seit 1885 mit Marie Delorme verheiratet und hatte mit ihr vier Kinder. Helmut Möller, Ellic Howe: Merlin Peregrinus. Thelema. The word thelema is the English transliteration of the Koine Greek noun θέλημα (pronounced [θélima]) "will", from the verb θέλω "to will, wish, purpose. " As Crowley developed the religion, he wrote widely on the topic, producing what are collectively termed the Holy Books of Thelema. He also included ideas from occultism, Yoga and both Eastern and Western mysticism, especially the Qabalah.[8] Historical precedents[edit] The word θέλημα (thelema) is rare in classical Greek, where it "signifies the appetitive will: desire, sometimes even sexual",[9] but it is frequent in the Septuagint.[9] Early Christian writings occasionally use the word to refer to the human will,[10] and even the will of God's opponent, the Devil,[11] but it usually refers to the will of God.[12] One well-known example is in the "Lord's Prayer" (Matthew 6:10), “Your kingdom come.

Your will (Θελημα) be done, On earth as it is in heaven.” François Rabelais[edit] Francis Dashwood and the Hellfire Club[edit] True Will[edit] Aleister Crowley. After an unsuccessful attempt to climb Kanchenjunga and a visit to India and China, Crowley returned to Britain, where he attracted attention as a prolific author of poetry, novels, and occult literature.

In 1907, he and George Cecil Jones co-founded a Thelemite order, the A∴A∴, through which they propagated the religion. After spending time in Algeria, in 1912 he was initiated into another esoteric order, the German-based Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO), rising to become the leader of its British branch, which he reformulated in accordance with his Thelemite beliefs. Through the OTO, Thelemite groups were established in Britain, Australia, and North America. He spent the First World War in the United States, where he took up painting and campaigned for the German war effort against Britain, later revealing that he had infiltrated the pro-German movement at the behest of the British intelligence services.

Early life[edit] Youth: 1875–94[edit] Cambridge University: 1895–98[edit] Had! [edit] Anton LaVey. Charles Manson. Manson's death sentence was automatically commuted to life imprisonment when a 1972 decision by the Supreme Court of California temporarily eliminated the state's death penalty.[3] California's eventual reinstatement of capital punishment did not affect Manson, who is currently incarcerated at Corcoran State Prison. Early life Childhood Several statements in Manson's 1951 case file from the seven months he would later spend at the National Training School for Boys in Washington, D.C., allude to the possibility that "Colonel Scott" was African-American.[5]:555 These include the first two sentences of his family background section, which read: "Father: unknown.

He is alleged to have been an African American cook by the name of Scott, with whom Charles's mother had been promiscuous at the time of pregnancy. In the biography, Manson in His Own Words, Colonel Scott is said to have been "a young drugstore cowboy ... a transient laborer working on a nearby dam project. " First offenses Spahn Ranch. Bobby Beausoleil. Robert Kenneth "Bobby" Beausoleil (born November 6, 1947) is a former associate of the Charles Manson "Family" who is serving a life sentence in prison for the murder of music teacher and associate Gary Hinman on July 27, 1969. Beausoleil has been imprisoned since his arrest for that crime. He was an aspiring musician, poet and actor at the time of the Hinman murder. Murder of Hinman[edit] Accompanying Beausoleil that night were Susan Atkins and Mary Brunner, both later involved in other murders and crimes.

Beausoleil claims that Hinman supplied him with a batch of bad mescaline that Beausoleil in turn sold to the Straight Satans motorcycle gang. When the bikers demanded their money back, Manson ordered Beausoleil to Hinman's residence to get the money. Hinman is said to have refused to pay saying, "I don't have any money to give you". Manson arrived and proceeded to slice off a part of Hinman's ear with a sword; Atkins and Brunner stitched it up with dental floss afterwards. The Satanic Bible.

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Kenneth Anger. Lucifer Rising (film) Lucifer Rising is a short film by director Kenneth Anger. The film was completed in 1972 but was only widely distributed in 1980. Anger began filming around 1966, hiring a young musician named Bobby Beausoleil to act and compose the soundtrack. The film was abandoned in 1967 because Anger claimed the film footage had been stolen by Beausoleil. (Beausoleil and others said that Anger had simply spent all the money for the film.) Anger then used some of the existing footage in another short film, Invocation of My Demon Brother. Beausoleil was convicted of killing Gary Hinman under the orders of Charles Manson in 1970.

Anger began filming again several years later, with British singer Marianne Faithfull appearing in the film. The original Jimmy Page soundtrack was released in 2012 as Lucifer Rising and Other Sound Tracks.[1] Invocation of My Demon Brother. An image from the film. Invocation of My Demon Brother (1969) is an 11-minute film directed, edited, and photographed by Kenneth Anger. The music was composed by Mick Jagger playing a Moog synthesizer.

It was filmed in San Francisco at the Straight Theater on Haight Street and the William Westerfeld House (the former "Russian Embassy" nightclub).[1] Invocation of My Demon Brother won the tenth Film Culture award for Kenneth Anger.[2] Cast[edit] Speed Hacker as Wand bearerKenneth Anger as MagusLenore Kandel as DeaconessBill "Sweet William" Fritsch as DeaconVan Leuven as AcolyteHarvey Bialy and Timotha Bially as the Brother and Sister of the RainbowAnton LaVey as His Satanic MajestyBobby Beausoleil as LuciferMick Jagger as Himself References[edit] Jump up ^ Brottman, M.; Rowe, C.; Powell, A. (2002). External links[edit] Dr. Cecil E. Nixon - MagicPedia. From MagicPedia, the free online encyclopedia for magicians by magicians. See also: Doc Nixon (1884-1945). Dr. Cecil E.

Nixon (1874-1962), a dentist by profession, was a builder of automatons in San Fransisco. Biography Nixon came to United States as a child and his father died when he was 19. He went to work as an apprentice in the drafting room of the Pacific Rolling Mills and Shipyards. Automaton he created include "Isis", "Galatea," and "Pythophone He filled his San Francisco mansion, "The House of a Thousand Mysteries," with collectibles and shut out the outside world. Books Isis & Beyond: The Biography of Cecil E. References ↑ By Thompson, Jr., J.G.. Robert Barbour Johnson. Robert Barbour Johnson (1907-1987) was an artist and writer of weird fiction, whose stories were admired by H.P. Lovecraft. Johnson wrote "Far Below" (1939), voted in 1953 by readers as the best story ever published in Weird Tales magazine. This story is still well regarded, and continues to be regularly anthologized in major collections such as The Weird (2010) and The Century's Best Horror Fiction (2012).

Life[edit] Johnson was born to a railroad family. In his youth he took a journalism course, and worked for a while on The New Orleans Item. He relocated to San Francisco around 1930, attracted by the more hospitable climate and by the artistic and literary communities there. Johnson published weird fiction stories in the heyday of Weird Tales magazine, such as: "They"; "Lead Soldiers"; and "Mice".[4] H.P. Later stories included "Lupa" and "The Strange Case of Monica Lilith".

During World War II he served in the artillery in the 1952th Service Command Unit. Far Below (1939)[edit] Michael Harner. Michael Harner (born 1929) is the founder of the "Foundation for Shamanic Studies" and the formulator of "core shamanism. " Harner is known for bringing shamanism and shamanic healing to the contemporary Western world. Walsh and Grob note in their book, Higher Wisdom, "Michael Harner is widely acknowledged as the world's foremost authority on shamanism and has had an enormous influence on both the academic and lay worlds…. What Yogananda did for Hinduism and D. T. Michael Harner (Foundation for Shamanic Studies) author of The Way of the Shaman and Cave and Cosmos: Shamanic Encounters with Another Reality. Career[edit] In 1960-61 he did additional ethnographic fieldwork among the Conibo people of the Ucayali River region in the Peruvian Amazon, during which his experiences with shamanism and the indigenous psychoactive drug, ayahuasca, started him on what was to become his life's primary work.

Bringing Shamanism and Shamanic Healing to the West[edit] See also[edit] Hank Wesselman Notes[edit] Michael Harner (Michael J. Harner) Biography: Foundation for Shamanic Studies. “What Yogananda did for Hinduism and D.T. Suzuki did for Zen, Michael Harner has done for shamanism, namely bring the tradition and its richness to Western awareness. Michael Harner is widely acknowledged as the world's foremost authority on shamanism and has had an enormous influence on both the academic and lay worlds,” say Roger Walsh and Charles S. Grob, in their recent book, Higher Wisdom.

The founder of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, Dr. Michael Harner (Michael J. Read Michael Harner's personal account: "My Path in Shamanism. " The internationally eminent Swedish anthropologist Ake Hultkrantz wrote that Mircea Eliade and Michael Harner have been two of the three great authors on shamanism. In his half century of anthropological fieldwork, cross-cultural studies, experimental research, and firsthand experience, Michael Harner arrived at the core methods of shamans worldwide.

Honoring the oral tradition of indigenous shamans, for the last quarter of a century Dr. Perhaps Dr. Church of Satan. The Church of Satan describes its structural basis as a cabal that is "...maintained as an underground cell-system of individuals who share the basis of [our] philosophy".[2] Membership to the Church of Satan is available on two levels: registered membership and active membership.[3] Registered members are simply those who choose to affiliate on a formal level by filing out the required information and sending a one time registration fee of two-hundred dollars, wherein an individual will receive an "...embossed crimson card" declaring them a member of the Church of Satan.[4] Active membership is available for those who wish to take a more active role in the organization, and is subject to the completion of a more comprehensive application.[5] The Church of Satan also provides wedding and funeral services to members if they so choose.

The Church of Satan states that there are a number of Satanists around the world, including both members and non-members. History[edit] Early years[edit]

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Boyd Rice. Boyd Blake Rice (born December 16, 1956) is an American experimental sound/noise musician using the name of NON since the mid-1970s, archivist, actor, photographer, author, member of the Partridge Family Temple religious group, co-founder of the UNPOP art movement and current staff writer for Modern Drunkard magazine.[1] Biography[edit] Rice became widely known through his involvement in V. Vale's RE/Search books. He is profiled in RE/Search #6/7: Industrial Culture Handbook[2] and Pranks!. [3] In Pranks, Rice described his experience in 1976 when he tried to give President Ford's wife, Betty Ford, a skinned sheep's head on a silver platter.

In this interview, he emphasized the consensus nature of reality and the havoc that can be wreaked by refusing to play by the collective rules that dictate most people's perception of the external world. Rice has documented the writings of Charles Manson in his role as contributing editor of The Manson File. Music[edit] Early sound experiments[edit] Tom Metzger (white supremacist) Nikolas Schreck. Nikolas Schreck is an American musician, author, film-maker and religious teacher.

Lead singer of the musical duo KOH (Kingdom of Heaven) since 2012, Schreck was the founder, frontman, and sole constant member of the magical musical collective Radio Werewolf from 1984–1993, whose recordings include The Fiery Summons (1989), The Lightning and the Sun (1989), Bring Me the Head of Geraldo Rivera! A Benediction in Four Movements (1990), Songs for the End of the World (1991), Witchcraft/Boots: A Tribute to the Sinatras (1991), Love Conquers All (1992) and 2012's compilation The Vinyl Solution.

Schreck is the author of The Manson File: Myth and Reality of an Outlaw Shaman (2011) Demons of the Flesh: The Complete Guide to Left Hand Path Sex Magic, (2002) co-authored with Zeena, Flowers from Hell: A Satanic Reader (2001), The Satanic Screen: An Illustrated Guide to the Devil in Cinema, (2001) and the first edition of The Manson File (1988). Music[edit] Kingdom of Heaven[edit] Radio Werewolf[edit] Radio Werewolf. Peggy Nadramia. Peter H. Gilmore. King Diamond. Reginald Bretnor. Anthony Boucher. Emil Petaja. Forrest J Ackerman. Fritz Leiber. August Derleth. LaVeyan Satanism. H. P. Lovecraft.

Clark Ashton Smith. Fritz Leiber. University of California, Berkeley. Timothy Leary.