Mysteries of the Occult


The word occult comes from the Latin word occultus (clandestine, hidden, secret), referring to “knowledge of the hidden”. In the medical sense it is used commonly to refer to a structure or process that is hidden, e.g. an “occult bleed”.

The word has many uses in the English language, popularly meaning “knowledge of the paranormal“, as opposed to “knowledge of the measurable“, usually referred to as science. The term is sometimes popularly taken to mean “knowledge meant only for certain people” or “knowledge that must be kept hidden”, but for most practicing occultists it is simply the study of a deeper spiritual reality that extends beyond pure reason and the physical sciences. The terms esoteric and arcane can have a very similar meaning, and the three terms are often interchangeable.

The term occult is also used as a label given to a number of magical organizations or orders, and the teachings and practices as taught by them. The name also extends to a large body of literature and spiritual philosophy.

In my studies of the “New World Order” and of “Secret Societies” the single most common thread is they are ALL deeply intertwined with occultic symbols and practices. I see it again and again and again.

Here is a discussion of some recent occult symbolism:


Aleister Crowley was perhaps the most famous practitioner of the black arts since Beezelbub himself.

In 1895, Crowley attended Cambridge University and began to publish sexually explicit poetry. A year later, however, a trust fund which had been set up after the death of his father matured, and, freed from dependence on his family, Crowley left university. Three years later, Crowley was initiated into a society called the Golden Dawn, which taught magic, alchemy and tarot. Taking the name Frater Perdurabo (Latin for ‘I will endure’), he rose quickly through their ranks.

Over the next few years he travelled extensively and immersed himself in the occult, eventually growing irritated with the members of the Golden Dawn because he felt they were not taking magic seriously enough. Desperate to perform an extreme ritual, Crowley bought a house, Boleskine, in Loch Ness.

Once there, he set about performing the Abra-Melin, (see this for more detail: ) a black-magic ritual dating from the 14th century. The purpose of this ritual was to have a conversation with the ‘higher self’, or Holy Guardian Angel. It took six months, and such was its power that nobody had attempted it for centuries. Halfway through this dangerous ritual, however, Crowley met a young society lady named Rose Kelly – and a day later they were married. The Abra-Melin was forgotten and the newlyweds went on their honeymoon to Egypt.

Triumph of the will

In Egypt, between intense sex sessions with Rose, Crowley practised more black-magic rituals to impress her. Deep within the king’s chamber in the Great Pyramid he recited the preliminary invocation of the occult ritual called Goetia. It had unexpected consequences.

Rose, who had previously known nothing of the occult, began to chant. In a trance, she repeated ‘They are waiting for you’ over and over. Crowley was irritated and sceptical of his new wife and her previously hidden clairvoyant skills but she went on to tell him that he had offended the Egyptian god Horus by not finishing the Abra-Melin. Crowley quickly set about an invocation, and a strange voice identifying itself as Aiwass began to speak in their hotel room.

For three days, between the hour of midday and 1pm, Aiwass spoke and Crowley wrote. The result was The Book of Laws. Believing himself to be the messiah of a new epoch, Crowley swore that he would perform depraved acts and learn to love them. Christianity was dead, he declared. His new religion had one all-powerful doctrine: ‘Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.’ Free will, denied to Crowley as a child, had now become all powerful.

Magick and sex

While in Egypt, Rose found out that she was pregnant and later gave birth to a daughter, Lola Zaza. Later, on a trek in Vietnam, Crowley abandoned them both, however, and his daughter died of typhoid – a tragedy that Crowley blamed on Rose and her increasing alcoholism. Left alone in grief, she descended into madness. She would not be the last lover of his to do so, nor was Lola Zaza the only child of his to die.

Crowley penetrated deeper into the world of the occult, taking another lover, this time the male writer Victor Neuberg. Together they travelled to Algeria and the Sahara to perform an Enochian ritual to summon up Chorizon, the demon of the abyss. This rite is said to open the gates of hell.

Eventually, like Rose before him, Neuberg was left psychologically ruined. For Crowley their time together was more productive, however. His intense sex sessions with Neuberg had convinced him of the power of sex magick. From then, his two obsessions were married: sex and the occult.

Here is some additional information on crowley:


Artwork from the album “Zoso”

depicting the fallen angel Lucifer

being cast down from Heaven


Jimmy Page of “Led Zeppelin” fame is so deeply enamored of the occult that he purchased Crowley’s “Boleskine House” (reported to be one of the most haunted in the UK). One night in front of a fire, he claims that his famous song “Stairway to Heaven” practically “wrote itself” in a type of automatic writing (itself an occult practice. Aleister Crowley advocated that his followers also learn to read and speak backwards. Satanic black masses recite the Lord’s prayer….BACKWARDS. They place crucifixes UPSIDE-DOWN. See a pattern?)

Indeed, if one listens to a key passage of “Stairway to Heaven” played backwards, the Satanic lyrics become very clear. Here is a screen shot from Jeff Milner’s “backmasking” website where you can listen for yourself. Just click on “Stairway to Heaven” then click “Play Forward” and then “Play Backward”

The Web site can be found here:




Tony Blair, the former Prime Minister of England is deeply involved in the Occult, as is his wife:



Hitler’s Third Reich was entirely predicated on occult symbolism and imagery. Hitler himself was said to be possesed.


I know this is a LOT of material…..but believe me, it barely scratches the surface. It is good foundational knowledge to keep in mind. Occult symbolism is the key to recognizing and understanding the New World Order/Illuminati/Freemason groups. Who they are and how they operate is always “hidden in plain sight.”

Finally, while not a book on the occult per se, here is a book written by a “regular guy” who decided, on a lark, to study the paranormal. The book is sometimes funny, sometimes terrifying, but ALWAYS comes across as sincere. I could not put it down. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND you get a copy and read it!



A Review of the book From Publishers Weekly:
Starred Review. Accompanying a self-described demonologist in Philadelphia for a magazine story, London journalist and self-described skeptic Storr quickly came face to face with evidence he couldn’t dismiss-a close encounter with a poltergeist (“something had touched me, hard enough to launch me to my feet”) and a divination aficionado who may very well have been possessed. In the account that follows, Storr takes readers into some of the more disturbing and disturbed corners of modern ghost-hunting, whipping up a chilling, funny, thought-provoking page-turner. With great care and greater humor, Storr accompanies paranormal investigators famous and obscure, ghost hunting clubs and perplexed homeowners, taking time to research famous cases and discuss his findings with the experts, as well as the witnesses and victims of hauntings. The evidence he finds-from orbs of light that dance on-camera to spectral voices recorded on tape to seemingly possessed individuals-proves only slightly more fascinating than the folks who pursue it, a grand collection of kooks, swindlers, skeptics and true believers. Storr grapples mightily with the unknown, and though his consideration of the slippery nature of reality and the mystery of death is fascinating, it never overwhelms the narrative; indeed, Storr wisely gives the best lines to his subjects, recording them faithfully at their most profound (quoth one famous, long-practicing investigator, “I’m not sure what reality is anymore”) as well as their most nonsensical (a haunted house-sitter spends his time performing “experiments where I pretend I’m slapping someone,” in the hopes he’ll one day do the haunting). Covering an impressive range of modern ghostly phenomenon-including a hilarious visit to the popular British TV show Most Haunted-this is a fun, fascinating and at times frightening read for anyone with an interest in the supernatural.


Whatever your spiritual beliefs, I hope you will take a look at some of this material. Also, keep in mind that nearly all of the “Global Elite” that run the world are deeply immersed in these ideas and behaviors. But as always…..don’t take my word for it. Investigate it for yourself.



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