Some Problems With The Satanism Of Howard Stanton Levey

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The main problem with the so-called ‘satanism’ of Howard Stanton Levey is that, philosophically, it offers no unique ontology, no unique epistemology, and no unique theory of ethics, and thus is not a philosophy, per se, but rather a personal world-view cobbled together from various sources, as many personal world-views are.

For example, the so-called “nine satanic sins” in Levey’s ‘Satanic Bible’ – regarded by many admirers of Levey as encapsulating his ‘satanic philosophy’ – are nothing original, echoing as they do social Darwinism, Nietzsche, Ayn Rand, and the thoughts of others, including the pseudonymous Ragnar Redbeard, with a popular (mis)understanding of Epicurus mixed in.

Similarly, the chapter entitled The Book of Lucifer in Levey’s ‘Satanic Bible’ – admired by many admirers of Levey and often quoted from – offers nothing original in terms of ontology, epistemology, and ethics, but is instead a rather rambling discourse – strewn with ‘populist pragmatism’, populist materialism, populist sociology, and popular and self-help psychology – about what Levey considered was wrong with society, wrong with Christianity, and what his type of ‘satanism’ is supposed to mean. Even when he mentions “a balancing factor” in life it is just a vague statement. For his over-riding unoriginal sentiment regarding his world-view was that “if it works, don’t knock it.”

In essence, what Levey wrote in his ‘Satanic Bible’ – and his other writings – is what many capitalists, bankers, self-made men, egoists, businessmen, criminals, and others, believe about themselves, believe about other people, and believe about the world. Levey simply applied the label ‘satanism’ to the world-view of such people and saw his materialistic (non-evil) version of ‘satan’ as the prime symbol of such a world-view.

Furthermore, for Levey ‘satan’ is a symbol of ‘free thought’, of ‘rational self-interest’, of ‘rational individualism’, of self-consciousness, and of man as ‘just another animal’. Which points to a fundamental flaw in his ‘satanist’ world-view: for if man is ‘just another animal’, and should – carnally and in other ways-  indulge himself, what value does being ‘rational’ – as in finding rational alternatives and as in being a rational individualist – have? Which is where his vague (but yet again unoriginal) idea of “a balancing factor” in life comes in.

In summary, those who follow or who are inspired by the ‘satanism’ of Howard Stanton Levey are – in all ways but one – no different in personality from the millions of other people in the modern societies of the western world who are ‘self-made men’ or who are capitalists, bankers, egoists, businessmen, criminals, or other such types imbued with the ethos of materialism and self-interest. The only real difference is that those millions of others usually know who and what they are while self-described modern satanists labor under the delusion that by calling themselves ‘satanists’ they really are different: ‘natural outsiders’, rebels, transgressives, or part of some “alien elite”.

KS
2016


 

Turning Away In Their Ignorance

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It is just so indicative of the character of modern self-described ‘satanists’ – and modern followers of the Western Left Hand Path in general – that when faced with the Order of Nine Angles (O9A, ONA) they either turn away in their ignorance or they make unsubstantiated (and often silly) allegations, give their personal (often ill-informed) opinion, use argumentum ad hominem, and indulge in vituperation.

Consider, for example, the fairly recent O9A text The Esoteric Hermeticism Of The Order Of Nine Angles [pdf, external link] which contains items such as ἀρρενόθηλυς: Alchemical And Hermetic Antecedents Of The Seven Fold Way Of The Order Of Nine Angles.

Where are the rational (dare we say, the intellectual, the scholarly) comments of modern self-described ‘satanists’ – and modern followers of the Western Left Hand Path – on, for example, the text Lapis Philosophicus, Isaac Newton, And The Septenary System, and on the text Perusing The Seven Fold Way: Historical Origins Of The Septenary System Of The Order of Nine Angles, and on the text ONA Esoteric Notes XLIX from which this a quotation:

“Five of the many features of the Order of Nine Angles (O9A, ONA) that distinguish it among contemporary occult groups designated as or self-described as either Left Hand Path or as ‘satanic’ are: (i) the emphasis placed by the O9A on the development, in the individual, of the muliebral virtue of empathy via rites such as that of Internal Adept; (ii) their disdain for the patriarchal (masculous) ethos that has dominated the world, East and West, for millennia; (iii) their logos (their unique occult perceiveration) exoterically manifest in their code of kindred-honour and esoterically manifest in the axiom of pathei-mathos; (iv) their elitism, manifest in championing culture and scholarly learning , and (v) their Sapphic nexions.

This mixion – to use an old English term – marks the ethos of the O9A as redolent of the muliebral, in contrast to the stark masculous ethos of other contemporary Western Left Hand Path and ‘satanic’ groups. A masculous ethos evident for example in (i) the plebeian ‘might is right’ instinct/principle propagated by the likes of Howard Stanton Levey and his followers and admirers, and which instinct/principle is the raison d’etre of the bully and the rapist, in (ii) a hubriatic unbalanced egoism, a glorification of the self; and in (iii) a rampant materialism.

For the O9A’s hermetic seven-fold way is a modern practical representation and manifestation of ἀρρενόθηλυς, that is, a balancing – via rites such as Internal Adept and the Enantiadromia of The Abyss – of the masculous with the muliebral leading to the discovery by the Adept of lapis philosophicus.”

Where are their rational (dare we say, their intellectual, their scholarly) comments on, for example, the Of Gates And Nexions section of ONA Esoteric Notes XLIX, or on the text Baphomet – An Esoteric Signification.

All we have are either a turning away in their ignorance, or their unsubstantiated (and often silly) allegations, their personal (often ill-informed) opinion, their argumentum ad hominem, and their vituperation.

Which, at least for the sagacious and for genuine scholars of modern, Western, esotericism, reveals so much about the O9A, about the so-called ‘satanism’ of Howard Stanton Levey, and about the character of both modern self-described ‘satanists’ and modern followers of the Western Left Hand Path in general.

Cue, therefore – from such individuals and apropos this article and its author – more unsubstantiated silly allegations, more personal (ill-informed) opinions, more argumentum ad hominem, and more vituperation. Is it just too much to expect at least one vociferous O9A critic, or one academic, to pen a rational, an intellectual, a scholarly, analysis of such O9A texts?

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The O9A, Neo-Nazis, Labyrinthos Mythologicus

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A few sagacious individuals may have already figured out ‘the truth’ behind a recent spate of articles about the O9A and National Socialism. A few, consisting of a select group of modern occultists – and I can think of four already – plus one or two academics (and one name in particular comes to mind) plus a particular Christian taking on self-described internet satanists at their own game. The caveat being that many of them – and perhaps most of “us” – are not always what we may appear to be (at least in the eyes of mundanes).

In order for others to ascertain such a ‘truth’ vis-a-vis O9A nazi satanism, here is a quotation from an article published under the nym ‘Kryptonymus’, which quotation – while I disagree with some of the comments and some of the speculations – may (or may not) provide some context for, and may (or may not) point toward, such a ‘truth’, even though “we” and “them” quite naturally continue to ask: Quid Est Veritas.

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So the question is: Is ONA Satanic? Here’s a question that will give you the answer: is David Myatt a Satanist? […] No, he’s not, and never was. But then you’ll say: “But what about all that Satanic writing?” Yeah, it’s called ideological rhetoric, it’s cosmetic and commercial. Commercial? What’s it trying to sell? A brand of Satanism. To who? To a market who may be interested in said brand? What’s the reason? The purpose? The objective? The intent of selling said brand of Satanism to these peo- ple? You’ll get the answer if and when you understand the Essence of ONA. If you are trying to ‘sell’ your ideas you need to market them to specific audiences, or you’re not talking to anybody. If your target market are Satanists, you need to give your ideas Satanic outer decor (trappings).

The essence of ONA is not the forms and ideologies, and ideological rhetoric is manufactured. Such things are made for the intended market. Which market is made up of low octave people, low order people, who are turned on and stimulated by ideology and ideological rhetoric. The ONA is not Satanic, not Satanism. It uses Satanism for reasons. Like it uses Reichsfolk or National-Socialism. We see that the oldest writings of ONA (BBS) were satanic in Form, and ethos, and Nature, because that satanic mythos and ideological rhetoric was the earliest Form ONA was working with.

DM gives hints. One such hint is when DM claims that (the ONA) was a honeypot. He said that he had created an occult organization as a means to train Satanists to help with the cause of National Socialism. It originally had a non-satanism Objective, the Satanic imagery and ideological rhetoric was commercial, directed at the target/intended market. And so, it’s not surprising that you have in NAOS a system of initiation that is physically oriented, you have the concepts of culling and human sacrifice stressed, and the concept of “magian” – i.e. Jews/Zionists – found laced/weaved into that Satanic ideological rhetoric.

The Essence of ONA are its Ethos, Objectives, Raison d’Etre, Purpose, Spirit. Outer/Causal Forms; such as ideological Satanism; are the means to express, actualize the Essence. There is Power in Fluidity, in being fluid, amorphous, able to take on any shape and Form, according to interests and objectives. Conditions and environment change, and ONA – like any living creature – must be able to adapt to such changes. Change such as the succession of generations: their values, paradigm, worldviews, etc. Change in society: social standards, what is or isn’t socially acceptable. And so on.
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If that be a clue regarding the neo-nazi question asked, then is it ‘true’ that – to quote one relevant recent article – “esoterically, what the Vindex mythos does is bring-into-being, and presence, new archetypes appropriate to the new Aeon”?

Your answer is probably as good as – or maybe even better – than mine. Which may be yet another reason why Anton Long retired in 2011, for to quote someone else:

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The ONA doesn’t need and never did need Myatt even if he was Anton Long (which I don’t believe). It doesn’t need him or anyone else because it’s an idea, an occult methodology, or – maybe more accurately – it’s an occult mythos. Which is why it’s base – it’s foundation – is independent, autonomous, nexions (or groups, temples, lodges, or whatever you want to call them) and the principle of the authority of individual judgment.

Which in practice means: here’s the theory, philosophy, techniques, and methods, gathered under the name ‘Order of Nine Angles’ and available in books such as Naos, so go take from this ONA what you like, and use it, and develop it if you want. For all the seeming complexity of ONA theory and praxis that’s what it boils down to. Nothing ONA is set in stone. Nothing about it is ‘sacred’ or immutable. That’s its beauty. It’s simply a useful guide, a useful starting point, for some occultists. It’s all about self-empowerment, self-discovery, a personal and individual learning from practical and occult experiences some of which should be dangerous and which practical dangerous experience by the individual is the core ONA insight.
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KS
2016


The Hype-Myatt Brigade

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Diversity Within The O9A, Part Two

 

The author of a recent item asked what it means for the ONA if Myatt=State-agent-provocateur. The answer: it makes no difference at all for two good reasons.

First, because the author gave no evidence – because there is no evidence – for that ridiculous assumption (or should that be disinformation) about Myatt being an agent provocateur on behalf of the British state.

Second, because there’s no evidence that Myatt is Anton Long and no evidence either for him being involved with the ONA. David Myatt has always, from way back, denied he is Anton Long and just because many people over several decades have assumed that Myatt is Anton Long doesn’t make that assumption valid. In fact, there’s evidence to prove the contrary – that Myatt isn’t Long – which is why several academics have come out in favor of Myatt not being Anton Long.

George Sieg for instance considered Myatt=Long to be “implausible and untenable based on the extent of variance in writing style, personality, and tone” between Myatt and Long’s writings. [1]

Professor Jeffrey Kaplan also stated that Myatt and Long are separate people, [2] as did Professor Connell R. Monette who wrote that it was quite possible that ‘Anton Long’ was a pseudonym used by multiple individuals over the last thirty years. [3]

That some individuals associated with the Order of Nine Angles have spent the last few years hailing Myatt as a “modern mage” and hyping his life – writing such BS as “his strange complex life validates the ONA” and “his life is sufficient of itself to illustrate what the decades long seven fold way is all about” – entirely misses the point about the ONA. Which point is that the ONA doesn’t need any figurehead or living example and shouldn’t be associated with any one person, living or dead.

The ONA doesn’t need and never did need Myatt even if he was Anton Long (which I don’t believe). It doesn’t need him or anyone else because it’s an idea, an occult methodology, or – maybe more accurately – it’s an occult mythos. Which is why it’s base – it’s foundation – is independent, autonomous, nexions (or groups, temples, lodges, or whatever you want to call them) and the principle of the authority of individual judgment.

Which in practice means: here’s the theory, philosophy, techniques, and methods, gathered under the name “Order of Nine Angles” and available in books such as Naos, so go take from this ONA what you like, and use it, and develop it if you want. For all the seeming complexity of ONA theory and praxis that’s what it boils down to. Nothing ONA is set in stone. Nothing about it is “sacred” or immutable. That’s its beauty. It’s simply a useful guide, a useful starting point, for some occultists. It’s all about self-empowerment, self-discovery, a personal and individual learning from practical and occult experiences some of which should be dangerous and which practical dangerous experience by the individual is the core ONA insight.

Apparently the “let’s hype Myatt” brigade forgot this simplicity or never “got it” in the first place. The result of which hype was to present a distorted picture of what the ONA is. Which is what some commentators have been saying for years.

J.B.

[1] Sieg, George. Angular Momentum: From Traditional to Progressive Satanism in the Order of Nine Angles. International Journal for the Study of New Religions, volume 4, number 2. 2013. p.257.

[2] Kaplan, Jeffrey. Religiosity and the Radical Right: Toward the Creation of a New Ethnic Identity, in Jeffrey Kaplan and Tore Bjørgo (editors), Nation and Race: The Developing Euro-American Racist Subculture. Northeastern University Press. 1998. p.115.

[3] Monette, Connell. Mysticism in the 21st Century. 2013. Sirius Academic Press. p.92


The ONA And Myatt

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“Oltre alla Chiesa di Satana e al Tempio di Set – quest’ultimo oggi in una fase post-satanista dove gli originari riferimenti al satanismo sono messi in secondo piano – la maggiore organizzazione satanista mondiale è l’Order of Nine Angles (ONA), le cui origini risalgono al 1970 e il cui fondatore si nasconde sotto lo pseudonimo di Anton Long. La maggior parte degli studiosi, e oggi anche voci interne al movimento, concordano nell’identificare Anton Long con il neonazista inglese David Myatt, la cui carriera politica ed esoterica è peraltro complessa e comprende prima una vera o simulata conversione all’islam e successivamente una svolta verso una forma di ermetismo neo-pagano ispirato all’ethos delle tragedie greche. I temi legati al satanismo, compresa una versione della Messa nera, rimangono centrali nella dottrina e nel rituale, ma coesistono con riferimenti eclettici all’esoterismo occidentale o orientale e con un razzismo a forte connotazione antisemita. Direttamente o attraverso organizzazione satelliti […] l’ONA conterebbe su qualche migliaio di aderenti, alcuni presenti anche in Italia. Il condizionale è d’obbligo, perché l’ONA – che propugna il terrorismo e non esclude l’omicidio come gesto che avrebbe una speciale valenza iniziatica – è per definizione un’organizzazione segreta, ancorché i suoi testi fondamentali siano facilmente disponibili sia a stampa sia su Internet.” Centro Studi sulle Nuove Religioni


Learning About The O9A

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Those seriously interested in learning about the Order of Nine Angles (ONA, O9A) – either academically or because of a personal interest in the Occult – only need three works, all of which are available as free e-texts in pdf format.

1. The Complete Guide To The Order Of Nine Angles. Seventh Edition, 2015, 1460 pages. 55 Mb

A complete practical and theoretical guide to the O9A’s Seven Fold Way from Initiate to Adept and beyond, containing embedded facsimiles of standard O9A texts from the 1970s on, including Naos, The Black Book of Satan, The Deofel Quartet, The Sinister Abyssal Nexion, The Culling Texts, and a glossary of ONA terms.

Available, as of June 2016, here: https://www.scribd.com/doc/217306180/The-Definitive-Guide-To-The-Order-of-Nine-Angles

2. The Hermetic Order Of Nine Angles. 2016. 159 pages. 33 Mb

A collection of O9A texts most of which were issued since the publication, in 2015, of the seventh edition of The Complete Guide To The O9A and which collection compliments that guide. As the title indicates, this collection is primarily concerned with the esoteric and ancient hermeticism that underlies the occult philosophy of the O9A.

Available, as of June 2016, here: https://www.scribd.com/doc/306475599/The-Esoteric-Hermeticism-Of-The-Order-Of-Nine-Angles

3. Disguising And Distinguishing The O9A. 2016. 12 pages. Three short essays introducing the O9A and topics such as the O9A’s Labyrinthos Mythologicus.

What Is Nazi Satanism?

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The term ‘nazi satanism’ has been much bandied about since the publication in 2002 of the book Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism and the Politics of Identity by Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke who based the term, in part, on his interpretation of the Order of Nine Angles (ONA, O9A) and on his identification of Anton Long as David Myatt, writing that “the ONA celebrated the dark, destructive side of life” and that “the link with neo-nazism was implicit in Myatt’s extensive writings on the religion and spirituality of National Socialism.”

As understood by the O9A, the terms ‘nazi satanism’ and ‘neo-nazi satanism’ refer to (i) their interpretation of Satan as the archetype of opposition to – and the principle adversary of – those who regard themselves as ‘God’s chosen people’, and (ii) their interpretation of a satanist as someone who opposes those ‘chosen people’ {1} and who oppose the doctrines which they assert such people (whom they term Magian) have manufactured: doctrines such as Marxism, communism, Freudian psychology {2}, and the “Ayn Rand with trappings” self-described satanism of Howard Stanton Levey based as his self-described ‘satanism’ is on egoism, carnality, self-gratification, and the ‘might is right’ instinct of the rapist and the bully, and {iii} their understanding that, in the words of Myatt,

[the] unpopular and censored truth of our times is that National-Socialist Germany – what it had evolved to be by the beginning of The First Zionist War – was a modern mostly unconscious expression of the numinous, honourable, warrior ethos, and stood in complete and stark contrast to the materialism, the hubris, of the Magian and their allies and servants in the West. {3}

Thus, the elitist Satanism of the O9A is basically a modern Occult heresy and inextricably entwined with its promotion of National Socialism, its opposition to ‘Magian abstractions’, and its opposition to the Magian ‘satanism’ promulgated by Levey The Yahodi.

In addition, with its code of kindred honour, its experiential Seven Fold Way, its mythos of Vindex, its outlaw Dreccs and Niners, O9A satanism is far removed from the current, popular, image of Satanism. Indeed, the O9A presents a radical alternative to that image, popularized as that image of ‘satanism’ is and has been by the Magian infested media that so dominates the lands of the modern West and which media, unsurprisingly, has hyped and continues to hype the self-described so-called satanism of Howard Stanton Levey.

A.M.
2016


{1} For the O9A interpretation of the name Satan, and the term satanist, qv. their text The Geryne Of Satan (pdf). A text which some modern Occultists have condemned as ‘anti-Semitic’.

{2} These – and similar doctrines opposed by the O9A – are described by Myatt in his 1984 and pro-nazi work Vindex: Destiny Of The West.

{3} David Myatt, The Mythos of Vindex. Available here:  myatt-mythos-of-vindex-v1.pdf


Related:

National Socialism And The O9A (pdf)


It Is Quite Hilarious

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It is quite hilarious, and of course indicative, of just how so many self-described modern satanists – adhering to the so-called satanism of Howard Stanton Levey (the Yahodi) – seem to reject the notion that some novice Levey-type satanist would allow himself to be enticed by a Femme Fatale, as described for example in https://sinistervignettes.wordpress.com/2016/08/27/not-what-he-expected/

Of course some such self-described (probably youthful) modern novice satanist – adhering to the so-called satanism of Howard Stanton Levey (the Yahodi) – would allow himself to be enticed by a Femme Fatale. For quite often the interior motivation of such self-described modern satanists – adhering to the so-called satanism of Howard Stanton Levey (the Yahodi) – is egoistic, sexual. For so many want to be ‘laid’ by a ‘satanic mistress’ and imagine that in such ‘satanism’ their dreams can be made real. Anyone who has ever been part of ‘a practicing satanic coven’ knows this reality.

That so many self-described modern so-called ‘satanists’ seem – anonymously, via the medium of the internet – to dispute this reality just reveals their lack of practical Satanic experience in the real world.

Furthermore, methinks various individuals have forgotten the ‘tags’ humor and ‘polemics’.


Suitable background music: ‘Sway’ by Dean Martin



A Modern Satanic Heresy

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A Modern Satanic Heresy
Exposing The Ultimate Magian Clone

 

Ask, as I have over a period of years, a significant number of self-described modern ‘satanists’ – whose so-called ‘satanism’ derives from the materialistic, egoistic, masculous, pontifications of Howard Stanton Levey (the Yahodi) and the puffery about him by his admirers and followers – to describe their favourite music and almost inevitably it will that cacophony, that noise, described by such terms as ‘rock’ and ‘popular music’ where (again almost inevitably) the instruments will include drums and amplified guitars, with some ‘singer’ shouting out (or howling) some lyrics. No subtlety there; no wordless numinous beauty; no presencing of the thousands of years old tradition of Western music: of lyre, of chant, of chanson, of counterpoint and harmony. Instead: bombast, self-gratification, egoism, ill-mannered arrogance, loudness, and ugliness.

Of course such music, and the lack of εὐταξία and manners of most self-described modern ‘satanists’, expresses their physis and what the pontifications of Howard Stanton Levey (the Yahodi) and the puffery about him by his admirers and followers also express: vulgarity, a lack of culture; the pleb as ‘hero’ and the pleb as archetypal modern ‘satanist’ congratulating himself on being ‘antinomian’ whereas he is in reality just the ultimate Magian clone representing as he does the patriarchy, the misogyny, of the Magian so well-presenced in Judaism, in Christianity, in Islam, and the modern occultism based on the qabalah and the so-called ‘satanism’ evident in the pontifications of Howard Stanton Levey (the Yahodi) and the puffery about him by his admirers and followers.

Such Magian clones will of course respond as they have been programmed to do: with vulgar expletives, clubbing together to denounce any ‘satanism’ other than their Howard Stanton Levey version as ‘posturing’, as ‘laughable’, as ‘sour grapes’, as ‘jealousy’, as the product of pseudo-intellectual faggots and dorks, or whatever pejorative term or phrase is their flavour of the month. That most of these self-described modern ‘satanists’ never, ever, use the real name of the plagiarist and charlatan and actor behind the Church of Satan is just so indicative. For they have bought into the puffery about him put forth for decades by his admirers and followers.

What dupes such self-described modern ‘satanists’ are, whose egoism and certainty and faith – and plebeian nature – prevents them from doing their own scholarly research into the life of Howard Stanton Levey and his plagiarism. He who never, ever, did anything really satanic – evil, criminal, malevolent, deadly – in his whole life and whose so-called ‘satanism’ is just a rip-off of the pathology of the rapist, the bully, the egoist, with their primeval, uncivilized, ‘might is right’ instinct. An instinct which, of course, Howard Stanton Levey never had the guts to put into practice in his own life. For he preferred giving interviews to journalists, giving lectures to his students, admirers, followers; conducting ceremonial ‘rituals’ as if he was in some Hammer horror film; giving himself pompous titles (such as ‘black pope’ and ‘the evilest man in the world’), and of course writing about himself and about his so-called ‘satanism’.

How many people, in the real world, did this ‘black pope’, this ‘the evilest man in the world’, incite to murder? To what terrorist was he the mentor? What actual violence – in the real world – did he incite and inspire? What actual anti-government armed conspiracy was he a part of? What actual, physical, violence did he ever do to a real person? Was he ever arrested and imprisoned for violence? Did he ever have first-hand experience of leading a gang of criminals? Did he ever do anything so actually heretical – according to the law of the land – that he might have been arrested and if convicted spend years in prison? Of course not.

For he preferred giving interviews to journalists, giving lectures to his students, admirers, followers; conducting ceremonial ‘rituals’ as if he was in some Hammer horror film; giving himself pompous titles, and writing about himself and about his so-called ‘satanism’. What a charlatan.

Yet I have to admit he did achieve something with, of course, the help of the Magian media who hyped him as ‘the embodiment of modern satanism’. For he managed to persuade thousands of Westerners to buy into, and defend, his materialistic, egoistic, masculous, Magian, plebeian, version of satanism.

So, here is a challenge to the admirers and followers of Howard Stanton Levey. What actual evil did he as a person ever physically do, in real life? Evil as in: himself doing actual physical violence against someone; as in inciting actual people to violence, murder, terrorism, hatred. Evil as in being the mentor of someone who actually killed and maimed people. Evil as in being the leader of a criminal gang who actually stole physical things and who, having been arrested, was held in prison ‘on remand’ because he had actually intimated witnesses who had given statements to the police about his criminal activities? And so on.


Suitable background music: ‘Sway’, Dean Martin

Making Fun Of Myatt

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The O9A – as is – considers that making fun of Myatt is de rigueur, as witness, for example, the following recent items:

https://sinisterpolemics.wordpress.com/2016/08/06/a-visit-by-antoon-longbeard-iii/

https://sinisterpolemics.wordpress.com/2016/07/30/the-hype-myatt-brigade/

 


 

Doughnut Flump Revealed

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A factual view of just why Doughnut Flump is the choice of so many self-described modern ‘satanists’ who follow and admire the egoistic, materialistic, misogynistic, masculous, “Ayn Rand with trappings” so-called ‘satanism’ of Howard Stanton Levey (the Yahodi).

https://www.amazon.com/Trump-Revealed-American-Journey-Ambition-ebook/dp/B01E4NF0GC


 

O9A: Not What He Expected

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This was not what he expected. He had spent months, following his reading of The Satanic Bible, posting replies on self-described ‘satanic’ internet forums to such an extent that he – or rather his self-assumed pseudonym – had garnered a certain positive reputation among other self-described ‘satanists’ all of whom seemed to revere and regularly quote that book written as it was by a certain Howard Stanton Levey, who of course used a pseudonym in order to hide his real identity, given the plagiaristic nature of most of the contents of that mass-produced and now rather popular book.

Plying him with praise – massaging his ego – they, using the ‘private message’ facilities on such internet forums, had enticed him here on a warm albeit cloudy day in late August. Enticed, because the messages were supposedly from a young woman who had expressed an interest in him given – or so she said – his knowledge of satanism. And which messages had sometimes included a web-link to suggestive images of a certain young women.

So there he was, a mere nineteen years of age and self-assured as he was, waiting in the fading twilight for the promised tryst with that voluptuous young woman. Waiting, hoping, his head-piece filled with both sexual and egoistic dreams. There: where ancient, twisted, often moss-covered, trees of Oak had settled and grown near a long-abandoned stone quarry in the county borderland that marked the edge of the English Peak District national park.

Waited, until he could but dimly see a figure approach him. Then she and him were both smiling, if for different reasons; and he was so intent on leering at her that he neither saw nor heard the approach of those behind him: those three women who crept upon him to bind his wrists behind his back.

Of course he struggled; or tried to. Kicking out and shouting obscenities as he lay, bound, on his back. For was he not a proud satanist who believed in indulgence, in treating those who annoyed you cruelly and without mercy, in what lex talionis meant and implied? Who was he – with his youthful masculine body honed by regular training in a gym – to be subdued by mere women?

But they were mocking him before, in the twilight dark, placing a hood over his head, gagging him, and carrying him down toward a nearby narrow stream where heavy stones were placed on his legs, arms, abdomen, and chest; almost – but not quite – crushing them.

So it was that he, supine, heard a feminine voice declaim:

Here is he who believed he knew our secret:
But just look at him now and laugh
For we have so easily overcome his much-believed-in outer strength.

Now, wash your throats with sparkling wine
For Sirius returns
And we women are warm and wanton!
Before me, you were sightless:
You looked, but could not see;
Before me, you had no hearing:
You heard sounds, but could not listen.
Before me, you swarmed with men,
But did not enjoy.
But I arrived, opened my body and
Brought you lust, softness, understanding, and love.
My breasts pleased you
And brought forth darkness and much joy.

I, who crushes your enemies and who washes in a basin full of
Their blood.
For you are my daughters and a nexion to our Dark Gods:
Before you my sisters I offer you this body so that his blood
Will feed your virgin flesh.

He heard laughter, the sound of bottles of Champagne being opened, and then – not that long thereafter – felt the dreadful pain as a sharp long-bladed knife slit his throat. So he gasped, gurgled, as his life-blood drained away, some of it collected in a basin to be smeared on breasts and faces.

°°°

Sister Morgan
Dark Daughters of Baphomet
127 Year Of Fayen


Source:  https://sinistervignettes.wordpress.com/2016/08/27/not-what-he-expected/