If the physically unreal, namely the mind, defines all our reality, surely that which is finally true ought to be of a metaphysical, ephemeral, abstract, nonphysical nature, rather than of a ‘hard,’ enforced, verifiable one.Nigel Kerner
Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls 
Both views, the materialistic as well as the spiritualistic, are metaphysical prejudices. It accords better with experience to suppose that living matter has a psychic aspect, and the psyche has a physical aspect.Carl Jung
Flying Saucers: A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Sky 
Demonology is not just another crackpot-ology. It is the ancient and scholarly study of the monsters and demons who have seemingly coexisted with man throughout history. Thousands of books have been written on the subject, many of them authored by educated clergymen, scientists, and scholars, and uncounted numbers of well-documented demonic events are readily available to every researcher. The manifestations and occurrences described in this imposing literature are similar.”John A. Keel, Why UFOs 
We are living in a materialist age. Even religious people believe in “evolution” and “science.” Reality is said to coincide with matter. Spirit is said to coincide with superstition. The mind is said to be epiphenomenal, the illusion of consciousness owing to chemical reactions in the brain. It is assumed that when the brain dies, the mind is extinguished. All favored solutions are material solutions. We rarely stop to consider that our “material world” was long ago negated by the Second Law of Thermodynamics (i.e., entropy). Material reality is dying. It has always been dying. Therefore, the material universe could not have always existed; that is, unless something nonphysical (i.e., spiritual) has always been there to sustain it.
More than thirty years ago a Ph.D. candidate in physics asked if I believed in magic. The science of physics, he said, was moving in the direction of the occult. In fact, the spooky physics of “quantum weirdness” is advancing, even now, through concepts like “quantum entanglement” which – oddly enough – parallels the work of sorcerers who practice voodoo. In his psychiatric investigations, Dr. Carl Jung discovered the existence of “autonomous psychic entities” that he called “archetypes.” These point to a realm “beyond the borderline, beyond the frontiers of knowledge.” Jung’s researches showed that on our side of that borderline we find numbers and quantity. On the other side we find these entities manifesting “themselves in a priori patterns.” Here was the explanation for “phenomena like dream-symbols.” Yet these entities, added Jung, could produce “remarkable relativizations of time and space which simply cannot be explained causally. They are the parapsychological phenomena which I have summed up under the term ‘synchronicity’….”
Science’s gradual shift toward the occult is most obvious when it comes to the investigation of UFOs. The unschooled public imagines that UFOs (a.k.a., flying saucers) are space ships piloted by extraterrestrial visitors. The scientific investigator, however, discovers that UFOs produce psychic effects with high strangeness. For example: UFO aliens reportedly use telepathy to communicate. UFO sightings have been correlated with poltergeist activity. As John A. Keel noted, “The real UFO story must encompass all of the many manifestations being observed. It is a story of ghosts and phantoms and strange mental aberrations; of an invisible world which surrounds us and occasionally engulfs us; of prophets and prophecies, of gods and demons.” Here the public’s materialist orientation leads away from the truth. The public no longer thinks of fairies, elementals, jinn, angels or demons. We do not believe in such things. People today are enthusiastic about Erich von Däniken’s Chariots of the Gods, readily dismissing the reality of supernatural intelligences. The public is uncomfortable with the idea that ancient magicians invoked gods or demons, built temples for them, built idols for them to inhabit, and sacrificed to them.
In a chapter titled “The Cosmic Jokers,” Keel likened the UFO phenomenon to “the great unseen conflict between God and the Devil.” He added, “A major, but little-explored, aspect of the UFO phenomenon is therefore theological and philosophical rather than purely scientific. The UFO problem can never be untangled by physicists and scientists unless they are men who have been schooled in the liberal arts, theology, and philosophy.” Keel then added, “Satan and his demons are part of the folklore of all races….”
Jacques Vallee, who studied UFOs for decades, does not think UFOs are space ships. First off, he explained, there are too many landings. Based on reported sightings, Vallee calculated there has been “no fewer than” three million UFO landings in a twenty-year period. “This number is totally absurd,” he noted. A simple satellite, high in orbit, could gather all the needed data on earth without being seen by anybody. Vallee then drew the following disturbing conclusion: “Either UFOs select their witnesses for psychological or sociological reasons, or they are something entirely different from space vehicles. In either case, their appearances are staged.”
Vallee has a hypothesis about this: “I propose that there is a spiritual control system for human consciousness and that paranormal phenomena like UFOs are one of its manifestations.” As a scientist Vallee is worried that this control system is pushing us toward a new dark age and a new religion. He has long wanted to understand what is going on. Feeling uncomfortable about his own hypothesis, Vallee wrote, “I would like to step outside the conditioning maze and see what makes it tick. I wonder what I would find. Perhaps a terrible superhuman monstrosity the very contemplation of which would make a person insane? Or the maddening simplicity of unattended clockwork.”
Charles Upton’s thesis about UFOs derives from traditional theology. Evidence for UFOs, he says, is evidence for “elementals” or “spirits.” These live on the etheric plane. According to Upton, “Some of the denizens of this [etheric] world are best described as demons.” Upton therefore takes seriously Fr. Seraphim Rose’s assertion “that the purpose of the great expansion of the UFO phenomenon after WWII was to lay the psychic groundwork for the advent of the regime of Antichrist, particularly since… mass belief in UFOs … has been a key factor in the widespread pagan/occult revival that has so obviously weakened and undermined the world’s religions.”
A New Religion for a New Age
Physical therapist Felix Kersten, who worked his therapeutic magic for Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler, related a curious incident while traveling on Himmler’s train during World War II. He discovered there was a library car on this train which entirely consisted of religious books. Kersten was astonished. Was Himmler religious? The Reichsführer-SS bemusedly explained that Hitler had asked him to form a new religion. These books, added Himmler, are essential to this task. The idea was to gradually replace Christianity with a new faith. To accomplish this, the Nazis began to adulterate Christian teachings with something they called “positive Christianity.” Minister for Church Affairs Hans Kerri said, “Positive Christianity is not dependent on the Apostles’ Creed” or “faith in Christ as the son of God.” Positive Christianity held up Hitler as “the herald of a new revelation.” In effect, “the legacy of Judaism” was to be removed “from both dogma and ecclesial tradition.” The following story illustrates how this worked: In June of 1937 a teenager and Hitler Youth squad leader, named Fritz Brüggemann, wrote to Himmler asking for theological advice. The teenager was disturbed by a Nazi speech he had heard in which Jesus was described as a Jew. Was this really true? Had he heard correctly? Himmler’s personal assistant, Rudolf Brandt, replied to the youth with the following words, “The Reichsführer is of the opinion that Christ was not a Jew. You must certainly have misunderstood the speaker.”
Hitler’s objective was to turn Christianity into a completely different faith – with himself as messiah. Just as the socialists have labored to bureaucratically make themselves into “little gods,” the Nazi Party labored to deify Adolf Hitler as the Providential savior of Germany and the Aryan race. The communist project and the Nazi project are negative movements: that is, these new faiths have attempted to remake the world through destruction, mass murder and chaos; or as a Marxist would say, by “negating the negation.” In terms of Hermetic alchemy, the first stage in transformation is “the blackening.” To make a new order, you destroy the old. Thus, the uniform of the SS was black, and the Nazi flag – like the Soviet flag – had a blood-red background (which symbolizes the final stage of the black, white and red transformation. At the center was the swastika, a solar symbol – which Hitler turned counter-clockwise (if you consider it as a spiral), signifying a contrary revolution. [It is generally said that the Nazi swastika is right-facing and clockwise, but if you consider the motion of spirals, a counter-clockwise motion is implied by the elbows of the broken cross. Symbols are frequently misinterpreted and interpretations can be fluid. See last footnote below.]
The occult writer, Manly P. Hall, in his book The Secret Teachings of All Ages, explained the alchemical formula of the Rosicrucians and Freemans in terms of The Great Work (Magnum opus). According to Hall, “Ever upon the Grade of Black (the return into Chaos from which new creations are possible) follows the Grade of the Neophytes, the New Birth, which is often repeated with impressive lucidity. The black stage occurs as usual through fire.” This obscure “occult” symbolism, wrote Hall, is meant “to protect [the initiates] from the persecution of despotic theology….” Therefore, the medieval alchemists “couched their philosophy in Christian terminology, although the great secrets of the Art were derived largely from Egyptian or Arabian adepts. The Mohammedans were masters of the Hermetic secrets and even the great Paracelsus secured from them the major part of his knowledge.”
Depreciating the Soul
As a student of alchemy, Carl Jung wrote, “Western man is held in thrall by the ‘ten thousand things’; he sees only particulars, he is ego-bound and thing-bound, and unaware of the deep root of all being.” Jung suggested that Western man has misunderstood his own soul. He has misunderstood Christ even as he would make God in his own image. Western man has misunderstood sin and evil, making his soul into one of the “ten thousand things” and thereby depreciating it – evading his spiritual responsibility. Jung warned, “with Western man the value of the self sinks to zero.” Jung said it was disastrous for people to “put nothing in their souls and have ‘all God outside.’” Jung then argued, “Indeed the very intimacy of the relationship between God and the soul precludes … any devaluation of the latter.” It was Jung’s observation that Christian civilization had taken a wrong turn, blundering down a blind alley toward soullessness. “Christian civilization,” he wrote, “has proved hollow to a terrifying degree: it is all veneer, but the inner man has remained untouched and therefore unchanged.” Jung thus concluded that “we have not succeeded in Christianizing the soul to the point where even the most elementary demands of Christian ethics can exert any decisive influence on the main concerns of the Christian European.”
The proof of Jung’s assertion appears in the history of the last hundred years. Imagine churchgoing Germany – a Christian nation – succumbing to Nazism. Imagine Orthodox Russia succumbing to Marxism. Imagine America succumbing to feminism, the abortion agenda, and the selling of unborn baby tissue. From this we see that Christendom is hollow, or has become hollow. A disintegration of the Western soul has taken place, leading us to “Black blacker than black” – an inner place of terror and Chaos. Here we find modern totalitarianism in all its forms – nationalist, socialist, and national socialist – backwardly creeping toward chaos.
Western man has become vulnerable. Evil can have its way with him. On every side are the devil’s rag babies. Did a magician open a portal to Hell from whence an army of demons invaded the earth? Did the occult lodges of old Europe engage in dangerous experiments? Or was it the sorcery of a few oddballs? As we have learned, Karl Marx was fascinated by Mephistopheles and the magic of “the dialectic.” Nazism’s “magical” roots can be traced back to Dietrich Eckhardt and the Thule Society. The symbols of these movements, as noted before, are suggestive.
Nearly two centuries ago magical texts were found in the ruins of King Ashurbanipal’s library at Nineveh. Among these magical texts was an ancient Chaldean text for summoning the Seven Wicked Spirits. Even in translation, these troubling incantations are darkly suggestive; their sinister cadence full of menace. Given our spiritual stupidity, what defense could we mount if such entities were unleashed today?
Morning of the Magicians
Jack Parsons, a rocket scientist who founded the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at Cal-Tech was a disciple of the infamous British magician, Aleister Crowley. In fact, Parsons was keen on something that Crowley had done in January of 1918. At that time Crowley conducted a magical operation while living in New York, on Central Park West. Crowley’s objective was to materialize an interdimensional being by opening a portal. Crowley supposedly accomplished this bizarre feat with help from a medium named Roddie Minor. After weeks of sexual and ceremonial magic, Aleister and Roddie experienced a series of visions culminating in the transmogrification of an interdimensional entity called “Lam,” who bore an uncanny likeness to a latter-day grey alien. Crowley supposedly closed Lam’s portal after the operation. However, this portal was opened again, in 1946, by Jack Parsons and Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. The whole idea of materializing a “homunculi” (little grey alien) was somehow related to what Crowley called “the New Age of Horus” which was to replace the “dying Age of Osiris.” Parsons and Hubbard also attempted to manifest the Whore of Babylon as a “baby spirit” that could be placed in a womb. About this, Crowley penned a letter in which he wrote, “Apparently Parsons and Hubbard or somebody is producing a moonchild. I get fairly frantic when I contemplate the idiocy of these louts.”
Witnesses in the vicinity of Parsons and Hubbard, including Whore of Babylon stand-in Marjorie Cameron, began to see UFOs after Lem’s reappearance. To explain the larger magical project behind all this, it is useful to turn to Aleister Crowley’s book, Magick, to a section titled “Of the Bloody Sacrifice.” With reference to “materializing” entities, we read: “…the bloody sacrifice, though more dangerous, is more efficacious; and for nearly all purposes human sacrifice is the best.” And if you are truly ambitious in terms of replacing the Age of Osiris with the Age of Horus, “There is a Magical Operation of maximum importance: the Initiation of a New Aeon. When it becomes necessary to utter a Word, the whole Planet must be bathed in blood. Before man is ready to accept the Law of Thelema, the Great War must be fought. This Bloody Sacrifice is the critical point of the World-Ceremony of the Proclamation of Horus, the Crowned and Conquering Child, as Lord of the Aeon.” Regarding the particulars of blood sacrifice, Crowley wrote, “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.”
For the record, Crowley did not consider himself a Satanist. “The Devil does not exist,” he insisted. “It is a false name invented by the Black Brothers to imply a Unity in their ignorant muddle of dispersions. A devil who had unity would be a God.” After writing these words, Crowley then added, “It is, however, always easy to call up the demons, for they are always calling you; and you have only to step down to their level and fraternize with them. They will then tear you in pieces at their leisure.” It is curious that Crowley also did not consider himself a black magician, even though he wrote a chapter on how to practice black magic. As occultists go, Crowley was something of a snob. About spiritualists and necromancers, he wrote scathingly, “They make themselves perfectly passive, and, so far from employing any methods of protection, deliberately invite all and sundry spirits, demons, shells of the dead, all the excrement and filth of earth and hell, to squirt their slime over them.” Sounding almost like a Christian pastor, Crowley warned, “They are contagious as Syphilis, and more deadly and disgusting. Unless your aura is strong enough to inhibit any manifestation of the loathly larvae that have taken up habitation in them, shun them….”
Crowley had harsh words, as well, for the general run of occult fraternities. He regarded the “Masonic Societas Rosicruciana” as “honest and harmless.” The members of such occult societies, he added, “happen as a rule to be pompous busy-bodies” who are governed “by persons claiming to represent the True Ancient Fraternity….” These secret societies, he wrote, are a common swindle. Today’s numerous conspiracy theorists, who believe in forgeries, who credit contextual errors, who possess very little knowledge of history, frighten themselves into imagining that Crowley’s “pompous busy-bodies” are the real malefactors of the age. But no, said Crowley, they are clowns who lack true understanding.
Ritual Magic, Conspiracy, and the KGB
Crowley’s “operation” to change one Aeon for another was not unique. The alchemical formula, cited by Hall, is centuries old. The whole idea is to bring on a cycle of destruction for the ostensible purpose of creating something new. Here, the equivalent of the Seven Wicked Spirits are summoned by angry neo-pagans (or atheists) determined to smash Christendom and build a new pagan edifice. And Christendom, hollowed out by materialism and “fun,” is ready to be smashed. Here, occult rituals of destruction, ostensibly used to bring about a Golden Age, may be nothing more than a demonic trick to facilitate Beelzebub’s next happy meal.
Could the slaughter of millions coincide with a magical ritual? A cursory examination of Hitler’s successful military operations presents us with a clear picture of “conquest by way of magic circle.” The swastika of the Nazis inclines in a counter-clockwise direction if viewed as a spiral whose arms are bent backward by its circular spin; therefore, it is strange that Hitler’s conquests followed a perfect counter-clockwise pattern. Striking East, in September 1939, Hitler invaded and conquered Poland. Following counter-clockwise, in April 1940 Hitler struck north into Denmark and Norway. In May 1940 he struck west, conquering the low countries and France. In April 1941 Hitler continued his counter-clockwise ritual, conquering Yugoslavia and Greece (even as Rommel advanced across the Libyan desert toward Egypt). Completing the circle, Hitler invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941, conquering Byelorussia and Ukraine. The circle of conquest complete, the ritual was accomplished.
Was Hitler’s counter-clockwise circle of conquest a coincidence? Jung might call it a “synchronicity.” Or was it, rather, a demonic correspondence?
We ignore the reality of the supernatural at our own peril. More than three centuries ago, the famous New England preacher Cotton Mather was astonished at inexplicable phenomena he and others witnessed firsthand, including a girl bouncing through the air on an invisible pony, children vomiting nails and pins, and an old washerwoman named Goody Glover freely admitting commerce with spirits while refusing to remove the curse she put on the afflicted children. The court reluctantly hanged Goody and the curse continued until, at long last, Mather hit upon the idea of a prayer circle to break the curse. In his book, On Witchcraft, Mathers wrote, “Alas, the Devils, they swarm about us, like the Frogs of Egypt, in the most Retired of our Chambers.” He later added, “I am verily persuaded, that there are very few humane affairs whereinto some Devils are not insinuated; there is not so much as a journey intended, but Satan will have a hand in hindering or furthering of it.”
To briefly examine the role of the occult in history, as we are doing here, is always problematic and prone to misunderstanding; for any mention of the occult plays into the hands of mocking skeptics or the credulous. To admit that these phenomena exist is one thing. To say exactly this all means, or how we can cope with it, is another. The subject opens us to half-baked conspiracy theories that attempt to explain everything in terms of a single causative agent: be it the Masons, the Jews, the Illuminati, space reptilians, or the Devil. Such theories leave no room for Providence or a hundred other factors. All effective action is reserved to the malevolent few, or to the Devil. Nothing remains to God or men. Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson satirized the occult/conspiracist view in their 1975 Illuminatus Trilogy, referring to the Dealey Lama under Dealey Plaza, orchestrating a firing squad to kill JFK.
Admittedly, most occultist are charlatans and most conspiracy theories are humbug. Blavatsky’s theosophy is a pastiche of plagiarisms. The New Age movement adds spells and Tarot cards to the power of positive thinking. Masons may be more sophisticated than the New Agers, but Crowley said they were pompous busy-bodies – and Crowley was in a position to know. Turning to the totalitarians of Nazi Germany, Russia and China, we find a villainy more murderous and efficient. The communists and Nazis have often been busy-bodies, but they have never been harmless.
Since the Nazis were defeated in 1945, evil has consolidated its position in the left-revolutionary movements, advancing what can only be called policies of Satanic inversion; that is, policies of national and cultural suicide. During the Cold War we called these people “communists.” Of course, the communists cannot claim an absolute monopoly on evil. After all, the Nazis might stage a comeback. Or maybe it will be Jihadists. Or maybe, if the CIA could break free from Moscow and Beijing’s control, we could cite the CIA as evil in its own right. We have rich people who have signed up with the Chinese or the Russians, mostly to the make money. In this regard, it is worth asking how we should rate our Jeffrey Epsteins, our Franklin coverups and our Pizzagates. My impression is that these are but glimpses of a very sophisticated type of subversion, based on Andropov’s KGB pedophile rings (first organized in the 1970s).
For those who think the Masons or Illuminati or “banksters” are behind everything, one historical fact should cast doubt on this ever-recurring thesis: Heinrich Himmler came into possession of files on all the Masonic lodges in Europe. Famously, the Nazi killing machine was keen on “liquidating” or jailing astrologers, magicians and occultists of every stripe. A retired American intelligence official once told me, that when Hitler captured Paris in 1940, French Masons were among the first to be hunted, arrested, and killed. But the Nazis could not finish their work, defeated as they were in 1945. In that year, Himmler’s archive on Europe’s occult organizations was captured by the Red Army and taken to Moscow.
And what about the Russians? We must not forget that Russia has its parapsychological research institutes. We know from defector testimony that the sub-basements of the Lubyanka have witnessed many occult experiments. Black magicians and secret societies notwithstanding, if the Nazis were able to intimidate and suppress occult organizations throughout occupied Europe, Moscow could go one better by colonizing them. And given what Aleister Crowley said about the occult fraternities of his day, given how “harmless” and “pompous” they were, by what magic could they forestall the KGB? It is inconceivable that the harmless busy-bodies of masonry should enjoy dominion over the very dangerous busy-bodies in Moscow. Furthermore, if Aleister Crowley’s protégé summoned up a sinister homunculi in the New Mexico desert, the danger might well be tripled if Stalin’s security services were at hand to piggy-back on the resulting phenomenon.
What Do The Magicians Signify?
Occultists would like to believe that they can trace their lineage to the mystery religions of ancient Greece and Egypt. And perhaps they can. But do we really know what these ancient religions taught? The mystery schools of Greece and Egypt were crushed, ages ago, by the Church. To rely on a few Hermetic texts arising from the pagan syncretism of the second and third centuries is hardly authoritative. Like all those self-styled wiccans of the New Age movement, the Masons are modern men who play with pre-modern symbols. Do they even know what they are playing with?
Except for influences from India and from Buddhism, Western occultism is largely an amalgam of Hermeticism, Gnosticism, and neo-Platonism (with a little Jewish Kabbalism thrown in). As it happened, old Hermetic writings were rediscovered during the Italian Renaissance. Some of these found their way to Florence where the Medici banking family took special interest in studying and translating them. From this there emerged new texts and speculations as well as the magicians of subsequent centuries, including famous names like Dr. John Dee, Michel de Nostradamus, and Alessandro di Cagliostro.
Do magicians and occultists hold sway over history? The short answer is, no. The magicians of history have rarely been able to determine their own fate, let alone the fate of mankind. A mass of muddled nonsense has been written about history’s magicians and occultists, about secret societies and occult conspiracies. Those who do not know history are not merely doomed to repeat it; they are doomed to misunderstand it. Perhaps the most effective occultist of the last five hundred years was Michel de Nostradamus. He never ruled a kingdom. He never made policy. But, by the alleged use of a magic mirror, he made the Queen of France angry. What value, then, was all his scrying and astrology?
Michel de Nostradamus wrote a letter to King Henry II of France, dated 27 June 1558. Therein Nostradamus predicted a “persecution against the Christian Church [greater] than ever was in Africa, and it shall be in the year 1792, at which time everyone will think it a renovation of the age….” Of course, 1792 was the year when the French monarchy fell and the French Revolution began violently persecuting the Church. In September of that year three Bishops and more than two hundred priests were massacred by revolutionary mobs. Hundreds of priests and nuns were arrested and jailed. How did Nostradamus manage such an accurate prediction?
Despite all the charlatans, the bad predictions, the awful philosophizing, something authentic occasionally peeks out at us from “the muck of the occult” Warning of a future pagan revolt against Christianity, Nostradamus wrote, “the infernal power shall rise against the Church of Jesus Christ.” A new age would thus begin in which ignorant temporal rulers would be seduced “by tongues more sharp than any sword in the hands of a madman….” Nostradamus referred to this as the “rise of the second Antichrist.” And Nostradamus was not alone in predicting the French Revolution’s long-lasting effects. But here, Nostradamus had a predecessor. Cardinal Pierre d’Ailly (1350-1420), wrote about “the fulfillment of ten revolutions of Saturn in the year 1789” at which time “the Antichrist shall come with his law and his damnable sects….”
Carl Jung made the suggestion that Nostradamus had been aware of d’Ailly’s prediction, astrologically recalculated it and adjusted the date from 1789 to 1792. The reader may know that 1789 was the actual year during which the French Revolution began. Since Pierre d’Ailly was born in 1350, roughly two centuries before Nostradamus, we are looking at a rather bizarre obsession by two Frenchman with two very significant years in the future history of France. Carl Jung explained this in terms of the power of an underlying psychic reality which, through synchronicity, reveals itself in astrological correspondences. For many modern scientific thinkers Jung’s approach is unacceptably bizarre. Of course, science’s recent discoveries related to “quantum entanglement” only serve to validate the commentaries of Jung, Nostradamus and d’Ailly. Many Christians, of course, will be shocked that a French theologian and reformer paid heed to astrology. But there it is.
Our magicians, like our scholars and philosophers, are all-too-human. Their predictions are not perfect, and they sometimes forget to close the portal after summoning a homunculi. I do not believe occultist rule the world.
Notes and Links
 Nigel Kerner, Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls: The Conspiracy to Genetically Tamper With Humanity (Kindle),
 Carl Jung, Flying Saucers: A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Sky (USA: Princeton University Press, 1979), p. 105.
 John A. Keel, Why UFOs: Operation Trojan Horse (New York: Manor Books, 1976), p. 200.
 Jung, Flying Saucers, p. 105.
 Keel, Ibid.
 Ibid, p. 202.
 Jacques Vallee, Dimensions: A Casebook of Alien Contact (New York: Ballentine Books, 1988), p. 231.
 Ibid, p. 243.
 Charles Upton, The Alien Disclosure Deception: The Metaphysics of Social Engineering, p. 131.
 P. 134.
 Joseph Kessel, The Man with the Miraculous Hands (Kindle).
 16 June 1937, marked Geheim, NS 19/3134/2, Budnesarchiv Berlin-Zehlendorf (formally Berlin Document Center).
 Manly P. Hall, The Secret Teachings of All Ages (Kindle), p. 423.
 Ibid, p. 424.
 Carl Jung, Psychology and Alchemy (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1993), p. 7-8.
 Ibid, p. 9.
 Ibid, 9-10.
 Ibid, p. 12.
 Aleister Crowley, Magick (Great Britain: Sameul Weiser, Inc., 1979), p. 220.
 Ibid, p. 219.
 Ibid, p. 296.
 Ibid, p. 297.
 Ibid, p. 300
 Ibid, p. 301.
 Ibid, p. 221.
 Kenneth Silverman, The Life and Times of Cotton Mather (New York: Rain Publishers, 2002), pp. 83-137.
 Cotton Mathers, On Witchcraft (Kindle), p. 37.
 Ibid, 38-39.
 Eliot, The Hollow Men.
 Told to me by a priest serving in the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad, after he met with a KGB defector Nikolai Khokhlov in 1995.
 This phrase was used by Sigmund Freud during a famous argument he had with Carl Jung.
 Michel de Nostradamus, trans. By H.C. Robert, The Complete Prophecies of Nostradamus, p. 231.
 As discussed by Carl Jung, Aion: Researches Into the Phenomenology of Self (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1959), p. 96.
A note on the Swastika: Symbols derive from the unconscious. We do not always interpret them correctly. The internet wiki says Hitler’s swastika turns clockwise. I am challenging this interpretation as an error, using a different method of interpretation. There are sources suggesting that both the right-facing and left-facing swastika are traditionally understood to be turning clockwise. I challenge this as well. What we need to do is consult nature. If we look at the motion of natural objects — the spiral arms of the galaxy, for example, or the motion of water draining in a spiral, or the bend of water coming off a rotating sprinkler— the direction of motion is always indicated by the bend in the water, or the arm, or the elbow. The human body also indicates the direction of motion toward the bent elbow, even in bows taken in the theater. See also http://rmchapple.blogspot.com/2017/10/always-remember-to-draw-swastika.html?m=1
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