Our focus in The Hidden Masters and in this blog has been on secret societies as carriers of occultism, but in this post we are shifting focus to the intelligence agencies as carriers and implementers of satanic doctrines.
The connection between British Intelligence and Satanism goes back to John Dee. Dee was a founding Rosicrucian and a close associate of Sir Francis Walsingham, Queen Elizabeth’s spymaster. Dee introduced the Enochian alphabet and other magical ciphers as means of coding secret information, and he is said to have hexed the Spanish Armada to ensure England’s naval victory. Dee was a visionary architect of the British Empire who influenced Sir Francis Bacon’s writing of The New Atlantis and the occult Rosicrucian influence on English Freemasonry.
Richard Spence’s Secret Agent 666: Aleister Crowley, British Intelligence and the Occult is a thorough biography of Crowley’s career as a spy for British Intelligence. A brief introduction.
The British Occult Secret Service by Michael Howard follows this article at the above link.
The last segment deals with Crowley’s attitudes toward races and women. It seems ironic that the politically correct and universalist Left has embraced Crowley’s Satanism. The Marxist Left suppresses individual opinion and imposes a uniform ideology on everyone. Satanism is an individualist creed promising the empowerment of acolytes from demonic sources. Crowley’s Satanism is extremely “racist” and “sexist,” in terms of the current dogmas of the Left. However, Satanism does take different forms, not all Satanists are Crowleyites, and the young Satanists who are initiated at rock concerts and rap concerts are not sophisticated.
Richard Spence interview on You-Tube. A gentle introduction to Crowley’s career.
A good source on Crowley and the OTO.
Michael Howard, The Occult War, looks at the occult activities and connections of British Intelligence during World War II. Crowley’s occult associates included Alfred Hitchcock, Ian Fleming, Jack Parsons, and L. Ron Hubbard, inventor of Scientology.
Crowley’s Children, in case you don’t know what rock music is about.
“Crowley’s ‘Do What Thou Wilt’ doesn’t end in happiness or power. It ends in emptiness, addiction, madness and self-destruction. It’s a lie – perhaps the oldest lie of all.”
ConspiracyZone has a rather long post on satanic mind control experiments. The CIA’s MK-Ultra mind-control research program had over 150 separate projects seeking to weaponize drugs, hypnosis, electroshock, and other psychological occult techniques for mind control.
Coleman gives the big picture on elite Satanism in Britain today.
Intelligence agencies in Britain may be more involved in cover-up than in actual satanic abuse, but there is a great deal of evidence that MI5 was enabling access to children for elite pedophiles.
The search for electronic-based mind control methods.
The Council of Nine. Channeling spirits is the essential practice of Satanism, so don’t be surprised by weird channeling stories in high places.
An occultist’s view of the goings-on. Some interesting details here, though documentation is poor.
Index of You-Tube videos, mostly Ted Gunderson exposing Satanism in the CIA.
“The [Clandestine Services] case officer is first and foremost, perhaps, a practitioner of the art of assessing and exploiting human personality and motivations for ulterior purposes. … The prime objectives are control, exploitation, or neutralization. These objectives are innately anti-ethical rather than therapeutic in their intent.”
Further reading on CIA programs.
News and history website on CIA programs.