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Aleister Crowley, Jack Parsons, and JPL.

 
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The “real rocket man” is lost in the shadows of history
Written by: Mr. Smith

What is the connection between UFOs, the Roswell Incident, Grey aliens, Robert Heinlein, L. Ron Hubbard, Ozzy Osbourne, Jimmy Page, The Beatles, backward messages hidden in music, solid rocket fuel, and a fatal explosion?

The common thread, you are wondering? It might take a bit of a stretch, but here it is, in no particular order.



The Beatles’ epic
”Sergeant Pepper’s
Lonely Hearts Club Band”

The Beatles, Ozzy Osbourne, and Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page are all in the music biz. The backward message issue comes in to play here as well. Musicians (those Satan worshipping loonies) have used hidden messages to coerce young people to kill their parents, bite heads off of animals, and otherwise justify insane acts of violence. Just kidding. But the accusations fly, and have for a long time. Ozzy Osbourne (the Black Sabbath frontman who went solo, then rejoined Black Sabbath after sobering up) has a song called “Mr. Crowley,” which refers to none other than Aleister Crowley. Jimmy Page owns Crowley’s old mansion, as well as a grandiose collection of all things Crowley. It seems Jimmy has a bit of an Aleister fetish. The Beatles have the backward tunes and a picture of Crowley on the cover of one of their albums. No big deal, you say. Lots of musicians, especially the hard rockers and metalheads, try to work some of Crowley into their works and images, if for no other reason than to associate their images with an icon of “evil.”

True enough. But that’s entertainment.

Another connection to Aleister Crowley is one of his disciples – a self-taught chemist named John Whiteside Parsons (a.k.a. “Jack”). Werner von Braun called Jack Parsons the “true” father of American rocketry. Parsons was one of the original scientists involved in early rocket technology, specifically the chemical formulations for solid rocket fuel. He also did a great deal of work with jet assisted takeoffs, thereby allowing aircraft to take off from shorter runways. The group he worked with at the California Institute of Technology eventually morphed into the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). It is curious, then, why Parsons’ story is so foggy, to say the least.

It is widely known that Parsons was a follower of Aleister Crowley. Crowley was an English poet, magician, Satan follower, and a member (later the leader) of the Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.), or “Order of the Eastern Temple,” which was originally a cult of high ranking Freemasons. Crowley wrote several books that influenced many later cults and rock bands, and claimed himself as the “wickedest man in the world.” Crowley’s involvement with O.T.O. functioned as his means of disseminating his beliefs and practices, as well as his books. His work to promote the spiritual philosophy, “Thelema,” (a Greek word meaning “will” or “intention”) was done largely via the O.T.O. A great deal of complexity surrounds the ideas and beliefs of Thelema, as well as Crowley’s life, but his influence remains significant, and was especially for Parsons. Crowley died in 1947.





Robert Heinlein’s
Stranger in a
Strange Land

Although he wasn’t a musician and probably didn’t play his music backwards, Parsons was involved with two rather famous writers – L. Ron Hubbard (Dianetics, Scientology, Battlefield Earth) and Robert Heinlein. Hubbard and Heinlein were both friends of Parsons and they shared his occult interests in magic, as well as inspirations from Crowley and “Thelema.” Parsons and his group attempted to create an incarnation of the goddess Babalon. The purpose of the Babalon Working, according to Parsons, was to create this entity, thus ushering in the Aeon of Horus. Some argue that this being manifested in the form of an Grey alien being, possibly in Roswell, New Mexico. Heinlein’s involvement is further supported through Stranger in a Strange Land, where the concept of Thelema is illustrated, but cleverly coded in the text.

Evidence from the Church of Scientology suggests that Hubbard was sent in by the government to dismantle the group of “black magicians,” including Parsons. Another Church of Scientology statement claims that Hubbard actually broke up the group, as though he completely opposed Parsons and never participated in what happened. It seems the church tried to clear Hubbard of any involvement with Parsons, his entourage, or any of the “black magic” going on in that group.



Jack Parsons

In 1950, the FBI investigated Parsons for having classified documents from his work with the Guggenheim Aeronautical Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology at Pasadena (GALCIT). This explains why but a trace of information available from “official” sources, like the Web sites of NASA and the JPL, regarding the contributions of Parsons. For a man who was considered so significant in rocketry (and thus, to the space program and national defense), who has a statue at JPL, and a crater on the dark side of the moon in his name, it seems odd that Parsons is “lost” in history. His interest and activity in the O.T.O. is what keeps his spirit alive today, but the double-edged sword is that is also got him “accidentally” dead. (Parsons died in an “accidental” explosion while moving volatile chemicals from his home laboratory in 1952).

This also leads to the UFO connection. Some UFO researchers believe that the first flying saucer and Grey alien incidents, particularly Roswell, stemmed from the creation of the entity envisioned by Crowley and later, by Parsons. A sketch of an Enochian entity (from Crowley) looks strikingly similar to the quintessential Greys – the iconic extraterrestrial beings. Parsons had some kind of contact in a New Mexico desert, too, at this time, with a being from Venus. The timing of this also lends to the mystery because it all happened in 1946, just prior to the Roswell incident of 1947.

There are a number of other interesting connections with this group and the things that went on in Jack Parsons’s life and how they relate to the events of that time. Jack Parsons put the “JP” in JPL with his contributions to the science of solid rocket fuels and jet assisted take-off, but his other life pursuits effectively shadowed those contributions in a haze of mystery. His death, accident or not, automatically raises the skeptic’s eyebrow simply because his associations with certain people at that time, coupled with his knowledge of a sensitive subject, made him a target. Parsons’s story is a conspiracy theorist’s “land of opportunity” with all the coincidences involved and all the connections to prominent people at such a significant time.

The further this gets explored, the more questions arise. What did Parsons really know about UFOs and Ets if anything, and was his death the possible result of him knowing too much? Intentional or not, the story of Jack Parsons creeps into too many areas not to NOT be considered significant.


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As an ex-Caliphate OTO 9º member, who knew Grady McMurtry personally, your post is onto "something", alas, it's not close to hitting the "nail" on its head. You need to be looking into "LAM". Uncle Al's research brought into being 'UFO's" and Sir Jacks subsequent workings brought it further into the collective consciousness. Be well 93 93/93
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Kenneth Grant (1924–2011), a student of Aleister Crowley who claimed to be head of the OTO after Crowley’s death.

For some time, Grant led a small group that called itself the OTO or “The Typhonian OTO” (or TOTO).

Following a court ruling that declared the OTO headed by Grady McMurtry to be the owner of the OTO name, Grant’s group changed its name from OTO to “The Typhonian Order (TO).”
 Quoting: [link to thelema-and-skepticism.blogspot.com]

Col. Michael Aquino is a US Army Intelligence officer, former priest of Anton LaVey’s Church of Satan who went on to establish the Temple of Set. Note what he wrote with regards to the legal battle between US Army Maj. Grady McMurtry and Kenneth Grant regarding the legitimate charter of the US Grand Lodge of the Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO):

“While sitting in the courtroom watching Judge Legge preside sternly over the slug-out, I couldn’t help wondering if he had any idea he was ruling on which group had legal claim to anal sex as the supreme religious sacrament in the United States.”

—Scroll of Set Vol. XII no. 5, Oct. 1986 AD
 Quoting: [link to www.examiner.com]

[link to www.arcane-archive.org] This is an electronic copy of the McMurtry vs. S.O.T.O. trial transcript, made for purposes of analysis and study.
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LAM
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Crowley included the portrait of Lam in his Dead Souls exhibition held in Greenwich Village, New York, in 1919. In that same year it was published as a frontispiece labeled The Way to Crowley's commentary to Blavatsky's The Voice of the Silence. Beneath the picture was the following inscription: "LAM is the Tibetan word for Way or Path, and LAMA is He who Goeth, the specific title of the Gods of Egypt, the Treader of the Path, in Buddhistic phraseology. Its numerical value is 71, the number of this book."

Other than this, there is no commentary extant from Crowley upon the subject of Lam except for material published by disciples such as Kenneth Grant. Interestingly, Crowley gave the drawing to Grant in 1945.
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Since then, Grant’s magical order, the Typhonian O.T.O., has developed a cult dedicated to establishing contact with LAM. Instructions for how to do so can be found in their infamous ‘LAM Statement’ (originally published in 1989).

According to the foreword written by Michael Staley, the current Head of the Typhonian O.T.O, ‘it is certain... that the drawing arose from the Amalantrah Working’, and: ‘it has become apparent that LAM is in fact a trans-mundane or extra-terrestrial entity, with whom several groups of magicians have established contact.’
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To promote and regulate use of the portrait amongst his societies members, Grant wrote a text called the Lam Statement. The purpose of the Lam statement was to,

"regularize the mode of rapport and construct a magical formula for establishing communication with Lam."

This coincided with Grant's creation of a second subdivision of the O.T.O -- The Cult of Lam. The invocation of Lam or the beings we know as Grays was thus officially endorsed by O.T.O. Despite the fact that Crowley had been meticulous in his sealing of the portal. In 1918, when occultists invoked Lam, Lam entered through the portal that he created. How is this possible? To answer that question we have to examine the activities of two other well known occultists.

Two of Crowley’s unofficial 'students' during his final years were L. Ron Hubbard, who later founded the Scientology movement, and the charismatic Jack Parsons who founded the Jet Propulsion Laboratories. The pair of them studied Crowley's work at length, especially in relation to the interdimensional portal that Crowley had created using his extensive occult knowledge.

Crowley was concerned at what he saw as the pair's recklessness when dealing with higher energies. Having spent a lifetime mastering his interaction with supernatural forces, he considered them overconfident and inexperienced and told them as much, finally ceasing all communication with them. Neither man would be deterred and Hubbard and Parsons proceeded to work with the dormant portal that Crowley had left almost 30 years earlier.

Thus in 1946, they began what is known in occult circles as the Babalon workings. The intention was to use "sex magick" to create a "child" in the spiritual realms. They would then "call down" the spiritual baby and direct it into the womb of a female volunteer (thought to be Marjorie Cameron, whom Parsons later married) where it would manifest as "human" after the usual nine month period of gestation. When born, this child would incarnate the forces of Babalon -- the Scarlet woman of Revelations which in occult circles symbolizes the dawning of the Age of Horus, the new age. The Babalon working not only reopened the portal, it also increased its intensity and made it highly unstable. The Babalon workings were well documented and many say seem to highlight Parson's and Hubbard's inability to close the portal that they had reopened and which seemed to have slipped from their control.

It's interesting to consider the time frame between Hubbard and Parsons reopening the interdimensional portal or what we could easily term a stargate and the wave of extraterrestrial activity and UFO sightings that began with the Kenneth Arnold's sighting of nine "flying silver disks" over the cascade Mountains in June 1947, not long after the Roswell incident, were it was alleged that aliens --quite possibly Grays-- had crashed in a flying saucer. UFO activity has been steady since then. It could well be (although we can't say for sure) that these extraterrestrial visitors are accessing the planet through this reopened and highly unstable portal.
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In Concerning the Cult of Lam: The Dikpala of the Way of Silence, Grant himself writes:

"The Cult has been founded because very strong intimations have been received by Aossic Aiwass 718'.' (a reference to Grant using his magical name) to the effect that the portrait of Lam...(which was given to Grant by Crowley)...is the present focus of an extra-terrestrial--and perhaps--trans-plutonic--Energy which the O.T.O. is required to communicate at this critical period, for we have now entered the Eighties mentioned in The Book of the Law. It is Our aim to obtain some insight not only into the nature of Lam, but also into the possibilities of using the Egg as an astral space-capsule for traveling to Lam's domain, or for exploring the Tunnels of Set in intra-cosmic and chthonian capsules."
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Amazing thread.

Are there more discussions like this here,
or have the perverts overrun this forum?
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In Concerning the Cult of Lam: The Dikpala of the Way of Silence, Grant himself writes:

"The Cult has been founded because very strong intimations have been received by Aossic Aiwass 718'.' (a reference to Grant using his magical name) to the effect that the portrait of Lam...(which was given to Grant by Crowley)...is the present focus of an extra-terrestrial--and perhaps--trans-plutonic--Energy which the O.T.O. is required to communicate at this critical period, for we have now entered the Eighties mentioned in The Book of the Law. It is Our aim to obtain some insight not only into the nature of Lam, but also into the possibilities of using the Egg as an astral space-capsule for traveling to Lam's domain, or for exploring the Tunnels of Set in intra-cosmic and chthonian capsules."
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That last part . . . chthonian capsules . . . am very interested in . . . anyone know anything here about those?
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Does anyone know if Marjorie Cameron and James Cameron is related in any sense?
It wouldn't surprise me if so.

Exelent thread.
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Evidence from the Church of Scientology suggests that Hubbard was sent in by the government to dismantle the group of “black magicians,” including Parsons. Another Church of Scientology statement claims that Hubbard actually broke up the group, as though he completely opposed Parsons and never participated in what happened. It seems the church tried to clear Hubbard of any involvement with Parsons, his entourage, or any of the “black magic” going on in that group.

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No, not really. Although Hubbard was most certainly a double agent working for the U.S. intelligence community, I think he played both sides to further his own cause, and honestly, he must have been doing something right because he ended up one of the wealthiest men on Earth.

But I don't think the Church today shies away from Hubbard's occult doings. Just look at the symbolism of the grandiose sets that David Miscavige speaks on at events, and note that Hubbard's famous quote 'my good friend Aleister Crowley' still remains intact in a recorded lecture. Other heavily occultish Hubbard lecture series, such as "The Free Being", "On Comprehending the Incomprehensible", "The Phoenix Lectures", and "The Golden Dawn" are still very much in print and available.
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Hubbard worked for the unmentionable ageny. T-------K.

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