Thursday, July 28, 2011

Prison manual: Crowley-Mammon's Book of the Law

With contested claims that the three-week long hunger strike in California’s prisons has come to an end (as I discussed in a recent article, The California Prison Hunger Strike Opposing Solitary Confinement as Torture — and the Insulting Response of Prison Officials), the horrendous human rights abuses in America’s prisons may once more slip off the radar, which would be a depressing development, as the hunger strike that began in Pelican Bay prison — and specifically in the Security Housing Units, where prisoners are held in solitary confinement, often for years and often for reasons that have nothing to do with them posing a threat to anyone or having engaged in violent behaviour — is highlighting a problem that is largely ignored in the mainstream US media.
We have nothing with the outcast and the unfit [societal rejects]: let them die in their misery. For they feel not. Compassion is the vice of kings: STAMP DOWN THE WRETCHED & THE WEAK: this is the law of the strong [whose power is largely due to the fact that mankind in general is unaware of their existence, nature, goals, and methods]: this is our law and THE JOY OF THE WORLD....
King! Love one another with burning hearts [sexual abandon]; ON THE LOW MEN TRAMPLE IN THE FIERCE LUST OF YOUR PRIDE, in the day of your wrath. Ye are against THE PEOPLE, O my chosen!
There is no law beyond Do what thou wilt.
from The Book of the Law by Aleister Crowley [emphasis added]
Michael's radiant rule will be followed by a dark, terrible age that starts about 2300. Together with Michael, a dark God has begun his rule — the God Mammon. For occultism Mammon isn't just the God of money. He's the leader of all base, black [or dark] forces.

Elsewhere, Mammon/Beelzebub is said to be "the god of hindrances," whose purpose is to prevent mankind from making progress.

Note that Crowley "signed" the page opposite the title page of his book "Baphomet," indicating his penchant for lying. "Baphomet" was the creation of those who tortured and murdered the Knights Templar, based on the incoherent statements of the Knights in a semi-conscious state caused by torture.