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David Guyatt
06-06-2013, 02:13 PM
Some of the following I've posted before, so apologies for that. But I wanted to capture the subject in slightly more detail.

This is a subject that, in the past, has been roundly condemned as a through and through conspiracy theory. The disappearance of some ten thousand children every year should prompt a hesitation in accepting this assertion at face value. No one particularly cares about these disappearances, and that is an institutional disgrace. Obviously not all of them die in horrid circumstances. But some do. And it is about how these poor little kids suffer and die that we are not allowed to know about.

But then there is a lot to hide. And opening the door to this subject and prosecuting the powerful, the connected and the guilty would bring the government down. In fact, I dare say it would've brought every British government down for the last century and longer.

There will, therefore, be no prosecutions of the powerful and the connected guilty ones.

What we are left with is the vileness of the sacrificed ones, including corpses and not a few elderly celebrities, who are permitted to take the fall in order to preserve the status quo.

But these sacrificed ones are a deflection.

Read on for the reality.

In regular reading of various blogs and reports on the subject of paedophile activity, one fact is repeated time and again, and that is the connection between paedophiles and missing children, many who are believed to have been murdered following their rape, molestation and often after hideous torture.

Sometimes they are known to have been murdered.

It was such a case that led Captain Colin Wallace, following his investigation into the murder of a young boy at Kincora Boys Home, to leave the British Army and, thereafter, be framed for a murder he did not commit and serve prison time. This mis-justice eventually led journalist Paul Foot to write his excellent book Who Framed Colin Wallace.

But the question is why would anyone murder children for sexual pleasure? I don’t understand it. I resoundingly deplore it.

But there are other reasons such slaughter happens, and to explain why we need to delve into very dark regions indeed.

Paedophilia and witchcraft - black magic - are often reported to go hand in hand. The reason for this is explained by one of the foremost satanists of the last century, Aleister Crowley:

Crowley and the Ritual of Bloody Sacrifice

The following is extracted from Crowley’s book Magic in Theory And Practice




CHAPTER XII

OF THE BLOODY SACRIFICE: AND MATTERS COGNATE.

It is necessary for us to consider carefully the
problems connected with the bloody sacrifice, for this
question is indeed traditionally important in Magick. Nigh
all ancient Magick revolves around this matter. In
particular all the Osirian religions --- the rites of the
Dying God --- refer to this. The slaying of Osiris and
Adonis; the mutilation of Attis; the cults of Mexico and
Peru; the story of Hercules or Melcarth; the legends of
Dionysus and of Mithra, are all connected with this one
idea. In the Hebrew religion we find the same thing
inculcated. The first ethical lesson in the Bible is that
the only sacrifice pleasing to the Lord is the sacrifice of
blood; Abel, who made this, finding favour with the Lord,
while Cain, who offered cabbages, was rather naturally
considered a cheap sport. The idea recurs again and again.
We have the sacrifice of the Passover, following on the
story of Abraham's being commanded to sacrifice his
firstborn son, with the idea of the substitution of animal
for human life. The annual ceremony of the two goats
carries out this in perpetuity. And we see again the
domination of this idea in the romance of Esther, where
Haman and Mordecai are the two goats or gods; and
ultimately in the presentation of the rite of Purim in
Palestine, where Jesus and Barabbas happened to be the
Goats in that particular year of which we hear so much,
without agreement on the date.
This subject must be studied in the "Golden Bough", where
it is most learnedly set forth by Dr. J. G. Frazer.
Enough has now been said to show that the bloody
sacrifice has from time immemorial been the most considered
part of Magick. {92} The ethics of the thing appear to
have concerned no one; nor, to tell the truth, need they do
so. As St. Paul says, "Without shedding of blood there is
no remission"; and who are we to argue with St. Paul? But,
after all that, it is open to any one to have any opinion
that he likes upon the subject, or any other subject, thank
God! At the same time, it is most necessary to study the
business, whatever we may be going to do about it; for our
ethics themselves will naturally depend upon our theory of
the universe. If we were quite certain, for example, that
everybody went to heaven when he died, there could be no
serious objection to murder or suicide, as it is generally

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conceded --- by those who know neither --- that earth is
not such a pleasant place as heaven.
However, there is a mystery concealed in this theory of
the bloody sacrifice which is of great importance to the
student, and we therefore make no further apology, We
should not have made even this apology for an apology, had
it not been for the solicitude of a pious young friend of
great austerity of character who insisted that the part of
this chapter which now follows --- the part which was
originally written --- might cause us to be misunderstood.
This must not be.
The blood is the life. This simple statement is
explained by the Hindus by saying that the blood is the
principal vehicle of vital Prana.<> There is some ground
for the belief that there is a definite substance<>, not
isolated as yet, whose presence makes all {93} the
difference between live and dead matter. We pass by with
deserved contempt the pseudo-scientific experiments of
American charlatans who claim to have established that
weight is lost at the moment of death, and the unsupported
statements of alleged clairvoyants that they have seen the
soul issuing like a vapour from the mouth of persons "in
articulo mortis"; but his experiences as an explorer have
convinced the Master Therion that meat loses a notable
portion of its nutritive value within a very few minutes
after the death of the animal, and that this loss proceeds
with ever-diminishing rapidity as time goes on. It is
further generally conceded that live food, such as oysters,
is the most rapidly assimilable and most concentrated form
of energy.<> Laboratory experiments in food-values seem to
be almost worthless, for reasons which we cannot here enter
into; the general testimony of mankind appears a safer
guide.
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 {94} 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 the Triangle, as the case may be, so that its
energy cannot escape. An animal should be selected whose
nature accords with that of the ceremony --- thus, by
sacrificing a female lamb one would not obtain any
appreciate quantity of the fierce energy useful to a
Magician who was invoking Mars. In such a case a ram<>
would be more suitable. And this ram should be virgin ---
the whole potential of its original total energy should not
have been diminished in any way.<> 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. {95}
For evocations it would be more convenient to place the
blood of the victim in the Triangle --- the idea being that

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the spirit might obtain from the blood this subtle but
physical substance which was the quintessence of its life
in such a manner as to enable it to take on a visible and
tangible shape.<>
Those magicians who abject to the use of blood have
endeavored to replace it with incense. For such a purpose
the incense of Abramelin may be burnt in large quantities.
Dittany of Crete is also a valuable medium. Both these
incenses are very catholic in their nature, and suitable
for almost any materialization.
But the bloody sacrifice, though more dangerous, is more
efficacious; and for nearly all purposes human sacrifice is
the best. The truly great Magician will be able to use his
own blood, or possibly that of a disciple, and that without
sacrificing the physical life irrevocably.<> An example of
this sacrifice is given in Chapter 44 of Liber 333. This
Mass may be recommended generally for daily practice.
One last word on this subject. 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-
{96}Ceremony of the Proclamation of Horus, the Crowned and
conquering Child, as Lord of the Aeon.<>
This whole matter is prophesied in the Book of the Law
itself; let the student take note, and enter the ranks of
the Host of the Sun.
II
There is another sacrifice with regard to which the
Adepts have always maintained the most profound secrecy.
It is the supreme mystery of practical Magick. Its name is
the Formula of the Rosy Cross. In this case the victim is
always --- in a certain sense --- the Magician himself, and
the sacrifice must coincide with the utterance of the most
sublime and secret name of the God whom he wishes to
invoke.
Properly performed, it never fails of its effect. But
it is difficult for the beginner to do it satisfactorily,
because it is a great effort for the mind to remain
concentrated upon the purpose of the ceremony. The
overcoming of this difficulty lends most powerful aid to
the Magician.
It is unwise for him to attempt it until he has received
regular initiation in the true<> Order of the Rosy Cross,
{97} and he must have taken the vows with the fullest
comprehension and experience of their meaning. It is also
extremely desirable that he should have attained an
absolute degree of moral emancipation<>, and that purity of
spirit which results from a perfect understanding both of
the differences and harmonies of the planes upon the Tree
of Life.
For this reason FRATER PERDURABO has never dared to use
this formula in a fully ceremonial manner, save once only,
on an occasion of tremendous import, when, indeed, it was
not He that made the offering, but ONE in Him. For he

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perceived a grave defect in his moral character which he
has been able to overcome on the intellectual plane, but
not hitherto upon higher planes. Before the conclusion of
writing this book he will have done so.<>
The practical details of the Bloody Sacrifice may be
studied in various ethnological manuals, but the general
conclusions are summed up in Frazer's "Golden Bough", which
is strongly recommended to the reader.
Actual ceremonial details likewise may be left to
experiment. The method of killing is practically uniform.
The animal should be stabbed to the heart, or its throat
severed, in either case by the knife. All other methods of
killing are less efficacious; even in the case of
Crucifixion death is given by stabbing.<>
One may remark that warm-blooded animals only are used
as victims: with two principal exceptions. The first is
the serpent, which is only used in a very special Ritual;<>
the second the magical beetles of Liber Legis. (See Part
IV.) {98}
One word of warning is perhaps necessary for the
beginner. The victim must be in perfect health --- or its
energy may be as it were poisoned. It must also not be too
large:<> the amount of energy disengaged is almost
unimaginably great, and out of all anticipated proportion
to the strength of the animal. Consequently, the Magician
may easily be overwhelmed and obsessed by the force which
he has let loose; it will then probably manifest itself in
its lowest and most objectionable form. The most intense
spirituality of purpose<> is absolutely essential to
safety.
In evocations the danger is not so great, as the Circle
forms a protection; but the circle in such a case must be
protected, not only by the names of God and the Invocations
used at the same time, but by a long habit of successful
defence.<> If you are easily disturbed or alarmed, or if
you have not yet overcome the tendency of the mind to
wander, it is not advisable for you to perform {99} the
"Bloody Sacrifice".<> Yet it should not be forgotten that
this, and that other art at which we have dared darkly to
hint, are the supreme formulae of Practical Magick.
You are also likely to get into trouble over this
chapter unless you truly comprehend its meaning.

Carefully read, the foregoing is quite clear.

Crowley’s comment above refers to an example of Bloody Sacrifice that is contained in Liber 333 under Chapter 44, and reads as follows:


ΚΕΦΑΛΗ ΜΓ
MULBERRY TOPS
Black blood upon the altar! and the rustle of angel wings above!
Black blood of the sweet fruit, the bruised, the violated bloom that setteth The Wheel a- spinning in the spire.
Death is the veil of Life, and Life of Death; for both are Gods.
This is that which is written: A feast for Life, and a greater feast for Death! in THE BOOK OF THE LAW.
The blood is the life of the individual: offer then blood!
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COMMENTARY (MΓ)
The title of this chapter refers to a Hebrew legend, that of the prophet who heard a going in the mulberry tops and to Browning’s phrase, a bruised, black-blooded mulberry.
In the World’s Tragedy, Household Gods, The Scorpion, and also The God-Eater, the reader may study the efficacy of rape, and the sacrifice of blood, as magical formulae. Blood and virginity have always been the most acceptable offerings to all the gods, but especially the Christian God.
In the last paragraph, the reason of this is explained; it is because such sacrifices come under the Great Law of the Rosy Cross, the giving-up of the individuality, as has been explained ad nauseam in previous chapters. We shall frequently return to this subject.
By the wheel spinning in the spire is meant the manifestation of the magical force, the spermatozoon in the conical phallus. For wheels, see Chapter 78.
From the foregoing, we learn that rape, virginity (i.e., innocence) and blood sacrifice is magically efficacious. Joining the dots from the previous extract we know that a “male child of perfect innocence and high intelligence is the most suitable victim.
Crowley also claimed in the earlier account that he (Frater Perdurabo) “has never dared to use this formula in a fully ceremonial manner, save once only…

The question is did he?

The answer appears to be a resounding yes. The following and final extract is from the book by Robin Bryans, The Dust has Never Settled. I posted a link to this book yesterday in the “Books” folder for any who wish to read about the excesses and debauchery of our betters and ruling classes.




Meanwhile it was impossible to stop Wyn Henderson telling her young
Dominican monk about early days in publishing and adventures with both Evan Tredegar and Aleister Crowley. Evan was as famous in Paris as Nancy Cunard and Nina Hamnett, the outrageous queen of the bohemian life in London and Paris, who wrote a book published in 1932, Laughing Torso, about her life in the French capital with Evan, Picasso, Modigliani and Aleister Crowley. She loved going to parties dressed in Nancy Cunard's old evening dresses which certainly would not have fitted her rival, the 'astonishing fat Mrs Henderson.' The books launching took place at the Zwemmer Gallery in London which had an exhibition of the author's paintings. The well-known and well-heeled people who met the press at the launch party included Evan Tredegar, Lord Berners, Constant Lambert, Augtstts John
and Harold Nicolsbn. Aleister Crowley did not go but sued Nina Hamnett and her publisher over her reference to the black magic when 'one day a baby was said to have disappeared mysteriously' from Crowley's temple at Cefalu in Sicily. A special jury ended the action with a verdict in favour of Nina Hamnett. Crowley's and Evan's interest in black magic were too well known to be denied in a law court.

And




Louis Wilkinson was one of Ernest Bryans's Old Radleians and I knew
him over the years via Evan Tredegar, but with four wives he never belonged to Evan's gay set. He was so close, however, to Aleister Crowley that he became one of Crowley's executors commissioned to recite the Hymn of Pan when Crowley died. This funeral reading became so well known that the BBC got Wilkinson to tell how the undenominational chapel at Brighton's crematorium had the press on one side and Crowley's devotees on the other.
The poem is in parts very ecstatic with repetitions of 'Eo Pan! Eo Pan!'
Speaking with his refined, Edwardian drawl, Wilkinson recorded,' I remember the intense excitement caused by the devotees by my reading the Hymn to Pan. I could hear first of all murmurs and then much louder cries of 'Eo Pan! Eo Pan!' form the audience of the devotees, and how the look on the faces of the reporters seemed to grow more and more amazed and uncomprehending.'
Wilkinson believed there was something genuine about Crowley's
mysticism based on the principle, 'Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law. Love is the law, love under will.' But was Crowley serious or joking when he boasted to reporters that he only sacrificed the best bred children at his black masses? The Sussex police liked neither the Hymn of Pan being chanted in a frenzy by Crowley's devotees in Brighton's municipal cemetery at Bear Road nor events over the hill at Ovingdean where a boy had been murdered. At the time, Captain Colin Wallace was writing for British lntelligence about the murderous and eventually-murdered John McKeague and McKeague's involvement with alleged witchcraft surrounding the death of that other boy, the ten-year-old Brian McDermott. Colin Wallace's own amazing story, carefully researched by Paul Foot, involved him standing trial for an unsolved Sussex murder as well as his bold stand to expose McKeague and others.


The foregoing is for those who consider that black magic - satanic sacrificial rituals do not happen and are a figment of crazed imaginations.

My conclusion after due consideration and not a little research is that these hideous and cruel crimes are far more prevalent than any of us fully realize.

And they are covered up by government and the media alike.

May they rot in Hell.

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I note the caveat in Crowley's statement that he (Frater Perdurabo) “has never dared to use this formula in a fully ceremonial manner, save once only…

"in a fully ceremonial manner"?