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 Satanism at the top of SRIA!, Satanism at the top of SRIA!
Zac
Posted: Mar 20 2006, 04:15 PM


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Satanism at the top of SRIA!


The Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia, known in the Masonic world as the SRIA, has been taken over secretly by those adhering to Satanism.

The Society is presently led by Fra. John R. Paternoster, a dentist from Bishops Stortford in Hertfordshire, who was elected by some of the ruling members of the SRIA in dubious circumstances early in September 2005. But what most members of the Society do not know is that he has been writing regularly for The Oracle – Occult Magazine which is published in London every three months. On the publishers’ website it is claimed to be a serious journal examining the supernatural.

One of Fra. Paternoster’s first acts on taking up control as Supreme Magus was to appoint another adherent of Satanism, Fra. ‘Mike’ Crowson, to be the Director-General of Studies for the whole Society. He has been advertising his occult practices (based in London) and his connections with fringe groups in The Oracle for some time. He is also the webmaster for the publishers. He claims to be a Christian but refuses to affirm in public any belief in the Trinitarian Christian faith.

The Editorial of the latest issue of The Oracle admits that it came out late in January because the publishers were busily involved in the first production of a ‘Thelemite’ play. Thelemites are an aggressively anti-Christian sect of sexual deviants set up by the infamous Black Magician Aleister Crowley who gave himself the title ‘The Great Beast’.

The latest issues of The Oracle are entirely devoted to devil worship, witchcraft, the Black Mass and other similarly obscene topics. They also contain explicit drawings about masturbation and swearing. Fra. Paternoster has written articles for both issues as the ‘Supreme Magus’ of the Society. That is stated quite clearly in print. So the name of the SRIA and therefore of English freemasons generally has been clearly connected with this occult magazine.

Copies of these magazines were received last month by the Grand Secretaries of the United Grand Lodge of England (in Great Queen Street), The Supreme Council 33° (in Duke Street) and the Grand Lodge of Mark Masons (in St James’ Street). So the leaders of English Freemasonry have known about this Satanic involvement at the top of the SRIA for some time.

At 2.00 pm on Wednesday 22 February 2006 the General Purposes Committee of the SRIA met in emergency session at the Society’s London headquarters in Hampstead in the presence of Fra. Paternoster and Fra. Crowson. Most of the Committee are appointees of Fra. Paternoster.

They met to consider several formal complaints against this occult involvement of their leader and his close associate which had been received from other senior Fratres from various parts of the world. Fra. Paternoster, in writing his articles in The Oracle, has been fully supported by the Society’s Deputy Chaplain-General, a non-ordained senior London freemason, Fra. Arthur Craddock, who is also a Past Grand Steward of the United Grand Lodge of England.

However, what is not generally known is that a few members of the Committee met secretly in ‘The Flask’, a pub just off the Hampstead High Street, before the official start of the scheduled meeting. Later on at the Committee meeting one of these, Fra. Ronald Pike – the Superior of the Order of Essenes and the Chaplain-General of the SRIA – produced a draft hand-written statement setting out the route which they wanted the rest of the Committee to take. So a cover-up had been arranged even before the Committee met formally.

After only about one hour’s discussion and according to the official circulated Minutes, the Committee decided by a vote of only 6 with three abstentions - hardly surprisingly in the circumstances considering who appointed them - ‘that, for the good of the Society, the less said about this the better’ and ‘expressed the view that, in view of the number of resignations that have already taken place, more would cause confusion, particularly among our younger members, which should be avoided at all costs’ – which is just the sort of cover-up which the Church itself has been accused of in the past.

At the time the Committee had been made aware that the SRIA is known on the internet, for example in Yahoo chat-rooms, as being involved by its ‘Supreme Magus’ with The Oracle – Occult Magazine. Even so they instructed the Secretary-General to circulate their amazingly arrogant decision to all members thereby hoping that this covert intrusion by those adhering to Satanism will be covered up.

But if these leading Fratres know about this appalling infection at the top of the Society, then perhaps others – including ordinary Christian members like yourself should know about it too.

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amanohashidate
Posted: Mar 30 2007, 02:09 PM


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The accusations against the Supreme Magus of the SRIA appear to be one of guilt by association, in that he wrote articles in an Occult magazine. Do these same people not understand that Christ associated with prostitutes and other sinners. No Fratres: it looks as though those who have resigned are unhappy with the outcome of a democratic election which did not suit them. It is good for the SRIA that they have departed, poor losers that they are; for they are, (in the modern idiom) a set of control freaks. For example, when one of them was made a chief adept, he circulated a letter to all below the rank of celebrant, threatening to bar all future advancement unless a tear-off section was completed (promising on a contractual basis, to give talks) and returned to the area secretary. What a way to close down colleges! Yet another, of a most irascible nature argued for the expulsion of Roman Catholic members! How Christian can you get.
Well done John Paternoster and more power to your arm.
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gothclight
Posted: Dec 12 2007, 03:56 PM


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dont tell anyone but christ was a satanist, left hand path, outspoken and vocal, while the black brotherhood is right, an understatment by crowley, and look whos back another antichrist thist time at www.thesextree.co.uk
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