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!
If Will stops and cries WHY, invoking Because, then Will stops & DOES NOUGHT. If Power asks why, then is Power weakness. Also REASON IS A LIE; for there is a factor infinite & unknown; & all their words are skew-wise. [That's rich, coming from one of the biggest liars ever.] ENOUGH OF BECAUSE! Be he damned for a dog! [Don't try to understand the motive for SRA.]
KILL AND TORTURE; SPARE NOT; BE UPON THEM!
DRAG DOWN THEIR SOULS TO AWFUL TORMENT: LAUGH AT THEIR FEAR: SPIT UPON THEM!
There is no law beyond Do what thou wilt. [as long as you're sadistic]
from The Book of the Law, by Aleister Crowley [emphasis added]
In a recent entry in which I used a variation on the above excerpts, I should have included one other, which is the passage above in which Crowley discourages his followers from asking too many questions about the precise effects of SRA. In other words, he was telling them to shut up and follow orders. Considering that one of the main goals of SRA is to elicit various forms of possession (in service of Satanism's ultimate goal, which is to create an Orwellian fascist global order to drive the human spirit out of the world), this can be viewed partly as a matter of becoming acclimated to being an appendage of organized Satanism and perhaps eventually a Satanic puppet, a.k.a. The Superman, or a "wizard" with "magical powers."  This is truly blind faith, and once you realize that the "basis" of actual Satanism largely consists of Darwinism's Satanic/materialistic lies (a product of the Cult of Isis, as can be seen in the British oligarchical roots of Darwinism) and Nietzsche-Satan's existentialist rants , you'll understand why it's "occult," or hidden: it's ludicrous, and cannot withstand scrutiny, as Crowley implied.
 Astral projection is not properly occult, although techniques for developing this ability without undergoing the arduous preparation for initiation on the white path are apparently reserved for certain members of organized Satanism, and I gather that it's explained within an existentialist framework, which must be an exercise in mental contortions. But the ability to believe the absurd isn't unusual for Satanists.
 Nietzsche served as a "channel" for the Spirits of Darkness, whose main function is to spread BS, so that his works are essentially a peek into the mind of Satan.