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Anybody ever hear of "The Process Church"?

 
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Anybody ever hear of "The Process Church"?
from long ago
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12/12/2012 08:45 PM
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Yes, I think they are/were tied to CIA/MK Ultra stuff.

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Re: Anybody ever hear of "The Process Church"?
Supposedly Charles Manson borrowed some of his thinking from them.
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Supposedly Charles Manson borrowed some of his thinking from them.
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Charles Manson and the Solar Lodge of the O.T.O.
[link to www.parareligion.ch]
Manson and the O.T.O.?
[link to osdir.com]
Before Charles Manson (b. 1935) visited the 'parties' open to outsiders held at Solar Lodge meetings, he had had a rather checkered occult history. He is supposed to have first become interested in Scientology while he was incarcerated at the McNeil Island Penitentiary in Washington (Scientology has prison recruiting programmes). There it is said that Manson received about 150 hours of Scientology counseling. After his release from prison, he went to Los Angles, where it is claimed that he attended several Scientology events where Hollywood stars were guests, including possibly the dedication ceremony for Scientology's first 'Celebrity Center'. Manson was undoubtedly eager to meet celebrities to further his musical ambitions and find someone to produce his guitar-playing; it is known that he contacted one of the Beach Boys, and Doris Day's son.

There are hints that not long after this he became involved with the Solar Lodge, and may also have had links with 'The Process', a Satanist-oriented group which had originally broken away from Scientology; Scientology itself had early connections with Crowley's O.T.O., in the form of L. Ron Hubbard's association with Jack Parsons.
 Quoting: [link to osdir.com]

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MK Ultra stuff.
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Re: Anybody ever hear of "The Process Church"?
Yes, they were founded by Scientologists who went independent. Here is a good article by Gary Lachman on the Process Church:

[link to www.forteantimes.com]
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Re: Anybody ever hear of "The Process Church"?
Yeah I know about them. I read their leader's freaky texts many years ago.
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Re: Anybody ever hear of "The Process Church"?
Skinny Puppy album "The Process" is based on the church.

Interesting music.

Check it.

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Re: Anybody ever hear of "The Process Church"?
Skinny Puppy album "The Process" is based on the church.

Interesting music.

Check it.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Re: Anybody ever hear of "The Process Church"?
Sabbath Assembly Premieres "In the Time of Abaddon II"
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Second album of surreal ritualistic music to be released in September
By Adrien Begrand Jul 19, 2012 9:57AM

The Process Church of the Final Judgment was created by a Scientologist named Robert DeGrimston in the mid-1960s, and remains a fascinating little cult that took a very hippy-appealing “love your enemy” philosophy and underscored it all with an audacious, blasphemous idea: Why not worship Jehovah, Christ, Lucifer, and Satan together, equally?

In 2010, Dave Nuss of New York experimental band teamed up with singer Jex Thoth and Sunn O))) producer Randall Dunn to create the Sabbath Assembly project, where several of the Process Church’s quirky hymns would be re-recorded with dark, psychedelic rock arrangements. Thanks in large part to Jex Thoth’s overtly sincere singing, the resulting album, 2010’s Restored to One, was a spellbinding piece of work, seductive, reverent, and unsettling at the same time. “Judge of Mankind” was particularly mind-blowing, an eight-minute Doors-style jam featuring an incredible performance by Thoth.

Two years later Sabbath Assembly have returned with Ye Are Gods, an even more thorough exploration of the music and philosophy of the Process Church. Instead of going through more hymns, Nuss has recreated the church’s holiest mass, the “Sabbath Assembly”, following the exact ritual text and structure of the ceremony. Although Jex Thoth doesn’t sing on this album, former Hammers of Misfortune member Jamie Myers is a more than capable replacement. In addition, the inimitable Genesis P-Orridge plays the role as High Priest(ess), which lends the record an even more surreal quality than expected, and original Process Church member Timothy Wyllie provides the homily, reading from one of DeGrimson’s works. Needless to say, this is one weird, weird album; unlike Restored to One, where individual songs stood out, Ye Are Gods works better as full album experience, as listeners are drawn into the church’s strange ritual, which subtly shifts from darkness to shameless hippy-dippy optimism.

One track, “In the Time of Abaddon II”, has been released
 Quoting: [link to social.entertainment.msn.com]

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