Tag Archives: magick

Voynich manuscript

A Renaissance book with 250 pages of seemingly encoded text and emblems which has stumped cyptographers for centuries. The most likely theory is that it actually contains no meaning — it was just a gorgeous hoax by Edward Kelley. Links http://www.voynich.nu/ http://www.cs.keele.ac.uk/km/blog/?p=18 http://www.sciam.com/article… http://www.nature.com/news/2003/031215/pf/031215-5_pf.html http://www.bbc.co.uk/stoke/features/2004/02/voynich.shtml

Unicursal Hexagram

The unicursal hexagram is so-called because it can be drawn in one continuous movement. The triangles are also often used to represent opposites such as fire and water or male and female, so the unifying of the symbol into one represents the union of opposites. This is also significant in ritual magick, where a continuous […]


aka: The Order of Perfectibilists, Bavarian Illuminati An organization in Bavaria founded on May 1, 1776 by Adam Weishaupt based on recruitment from prestegious Masonic lodges. Disbanded by the Bavarian government in the mid-1780’s when it was declaired an outlaw organization. Or perhaps it just relocated and/or went underground. The Illuminati have occasionally been blamed […]

Giordano Bruno

(1548-February 17, 1600) Italian philosopher, priest, astronomer/astrologer, and occultist. Bruno is perhaps best known for his system of mnemonics and as an early proponent of the idea of extra-solar planets and extraterrestrial life. Burned at the stake as a heretic for his theological ideas, Bruno is seen as a martyr to the cause of free […]

Project Rainbow

Project RAINBOW is the name of two separate alleged United States secret military projects in the 20th Century, both concerned with stealth and radar invisibility. At least one recent, anonymous, writer in the UFO/conspiracy underground has linked the two projects, though this is by no means considered a mainstream viewpoint. The near-mythical 1943 Philadelphia Experiment, […]

Montauk Project

The Montauk Project was purportedly a series of secret United States government projects conducted at Camp Hero and/or Montauk Air Force Station on Montauk, Long Island. The Montauk Project is believed by small numbers of people to be an extension or continuation of the controversial Philadelphia Experiment, which supposedly took place October 28, 1943. Believed […]

Ramon Lull

(1235 — June 29, 1315) aka: Ramon Llull, Raymond Lully, Raimundus or Raymundus Lullus Around 1275, Llull designed a method, which he first published in full in his Ars generalis ultima or Ars magna (1305), of combining attributes selected from a number of lists. It was intended as a debating tool for winning Muslims to […]

Athanasius Kirchner

(May 2, 1602 — November, 28 1680) Scientific superstar. 17th century German Jesuit scholar who published around 40 works, most notably in the fields of oriental studies, geology and medicine. He made an early study of Egyptian hieroglyphs. One of the first people to observe microbes through a microscope, he was thus ahead of his […]

Ars Combinatoria

The combinatory work of The combinatory work of as described and further theorized by in his early text, De Arte Combinatoria of 1666. The main idea behind the text is that of an alphabet of human thought, which is attributed to Descartes. All concepts are nothing but combinations of a relatively small number of simple […]

Guy Ballard

aka: Godfre Ray King Founder and Leader of the movement. Author of Unveiled Mysteries and The Magic Presence. Guy Ballard was associated with the mysterious immortal occult figure Saint Germain. Links wikipedia: Guy Ballard http://www.saintgermainpress.com/


final states… relationship to code and erasure… from What Aristotle Didn’t Know About Sex and Death by Ronald de Sousa: (T)he one type of cell that does appear capable to reproduce itself forever, apart from sex cells and unicellular organisms, are cancer cells. Cancer cells, we might say, go on reproducing for their own sake, […]


In Greek, παράνοια the root words are para (outside, beside) and nous = (mind) Clinically, this could imply any set of delusional beliefs. Poetically, it suggests a “mind beside itself.” It was used in this sense by Salvador Dali when he described his creative process as the Paranoiac Critical Method. An “outside mind” is also […]

Aleister Crowley

aka: Master Therion, Frater Perdurabo, The Beast 666 The most renowned occult figure of the 20th century. Served as an intelligence operative for Great Britan — his Intelligence Service file is said to have read Use only with the most extreame caution.”(Messengers, 153, 192) Links wikipedia: Aleister Crowley http://www.hermetic.com/crowley/index.html

Grady McMurty

(October 18, 1918-July 12, 1985) A student of Ordo Templi Orientis, which he headed from 1971 until his death in 1985. Or which he was expelled from and formed an illegitimate splinter group based upon. Depends who you ask. Associate of parsons john whiteside Links Grady-McMurtry http://www.castletower.org/grady.html http://www.thelema-oto.org/93/Grady-McMurtry

associative indexing

The form of information organization most famously described by Vannevar Bush in his July 1945 essay “As We May Think,” as the storage method of his hypothetical device, the This description is often considered the first description of hypertext. Bush described associative indexing as the way the mind naturally works, making it a more efficient […]

James Shelby Downard

Mythopoetic political historian Author of: KING-KILL/33° – Masonic Symbolism in the Assassination of John F. Kennedy Video by James Copp: http://www.archive.org/details/AndyCoppKINGKILL33 Links http://feralhouse.com/fh-blog/archives/2007/01/rule-of-the-cry.php http://www.revisionisthistory.org/kingkill33.html http://www.theforbiddenknowledge.com/hardtruth/king-kill-33.htm


Thelema means “will” in Greek. It’s the principle behind the magick systems of Aleister Crowley Book of Law, Chapter 1, Verse 40: 40. Who calls us Thelemites will do no wrong, if he look but close into the word. For there are therein Three Grades, the Hermit, and the Lover, and the man of Earth. […]

John Whiteside Parsons

aka: Jack Parsons born: Marvel Whiteside Parsons (b: Oct. 2, 1914 – d: 1952 ) Founder of Jet Propulsion Lab. Founder of AreoJet. Inventor of contemporary solid rockets. High priest of the Pasadena Agape Lodge of the Ordo Templi Orientis. Author of Freedom Is a Two Edged Sword [ISBN 1561841161] Performed magick rituals with Lafayette […]