I Wouldn’t Want To Belong To Any Sex Cult That Would Have Someone Like Me As A Member


The time has come to cut off your filthy, red string Kabbalah bracelet and throw your well-worn copy of Dianetics in the trash–there’s a new religious trend for spring. Xenu is out; the occult is in!

The new hot clique to be initiated into is the Ordo Templi Orientis, a.k.a. the OTO. Ordo Templi Orientis is a “fraternal and religious organization” or, in layman’s terms, a freaky-deaky secret society. The group was once associated with Freemasonry, but was updated in the early twentieth century by it’s best known member, Aleister Crowley (a.ka. Frater Perdurabo a.k.a. The Great Beast 666). Crowley was considered  ”the wickedest man in the world” by the popular press in his heyday and a “stone cold weirdo” by me, today.

The Great Beast 666 wrote The Book of the Law, O.T.O.’s most sacred text, as a disembodied voice named Aiwass dictated it to him. The book promotes the Law of Thelema’s central principle: “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.” Dude was quite the libertine. Like most secret societies, a lot of the rituals and ceremonies are uh, “secrets,” but here are some keywords I saw while scouring the internet trying to get a feel for their activities: Sex Magick, Perfect Magician, Knight of the Pelican & Eagle, different morality, Magus of Light, Lodge.

You can see the initials O.T.O tattooed inside a heart on “it girl” Peaches Geldof‘s arm. Other disciples include renowned witch, Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, who now owns Crowley’s house as well as Jay-Z, magic man at-large/Beyonce‘s husband who has allegedly sprinkled occult imagery around his empire. The order’s appeal to celebrities is obvious: between raising hell, sadomasochistic sex and the use of hard drugs, a meeting must be a lot like a weekend at Coachella. The only question: which star will be the next to join in on the bloodletting of innocents?

Hail Satan!

[via The Daily Mail]

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    • Lastango

      After reading the book “The Rite: The Making of a Modern Exorcist”, I take satanic cults seriously. I highly recommend it, especially for people who think satanism and demonic possession are a popular delusion. That’s what Father Gary Thomas, the priest featured in the book thought too — until he found out different, up close and personal.



      (That doesn’t mean I take every Hollywood doofball who gets a pentagram tattoo seriously, though. They have to do something to amuse themselves when they’re not striking poses to mesmerize the rest of us.)

      • Jade

        Agree. I’ve read that book.

    • Stella L.

      I highly doubt any of these celebrities are actually involved in the OTO, but rather doing the same thing as the designers who slap pentagrams on t-shirts – latching on to occult symbolism because it looks cool. If Crowley was ever truly big among celebrities, it was in the 60s/70s, not now.

    • Abe’s Magic Hat

      Zzzzzzzz……(snort snort), oh, huh? Yea, you know it was bound to happen. Where the hips kids are! Ask them about Thelema and they may respond, “Wasn’t she Louise’s friend?”

    • metronomic1

      The O.T.O is not a sex cult you fucking idiot.