Download PDF by Kenneth Grant: Hecate's Fountain

By Kenneth Grant

ISBN-10: 1871438969

ISBN-13: 9781871438963

All started within the paintings of the hot Isis inn as they created what Kenneth furnish describes as tangential tantra a profound disturbance which lies among dreaming and dreamless sleep within the realm of evening. a lot of this fabric had a Lovecraftian weirdness and depth. it's chronicled right here with a poetic immediacy that outlines the manifestations of the top magical area this facet of the Abyss. A needs to for all scholars of the occult.

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Their former colleague, Hasan’s followers believed, was indeed enjoying the pleasures of Paradise, even as they remained on earth. How soon could they join him? None of the reported techniques used by Hasan and those who replaced him is surprising to contemporary experts. Psychiatrist Robert Jay Lifton, in his book Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism, outlines three primary characteristics of secret societies that are as effective today as they were in Hasan’s time. They are the following: 1.

When he wished to sleep, the candidate was told, he would be ordered to watch. When he wished to watch, he would be ordered to bed. When he wished to eat, he would be ordered to work. Could he agree to these conditions? ” The initiate was to promise never to strike or wound a Christian; never to receive any service or attendance from a woman without the approval of his superiors; never to kiss a woman, even if she were his mother or sister; never to hold a child at the baptismal font or be a godfather; and never to abuse any innocent man or call him foul names, but always be courteous and polite.

He left several days later with the papal equivalent of an apology, Clement explaining, “Because it did not seem likely or credible that men of such religion who . . showed so much great and many signs of devotion both in divine offices as well as in fasts . . ” De Molay may have departed Rome with Clement’s approval ringing in his ears, but he left behind the gold florins and silver. Sensing a bribe, Philippe le Bel, the French king, grew outraged. Once a supporter of the Templars, he now turned against them, partially in reaction to their flagrant lifestyle, and partially because of their growing power and wealth; he feared the former and lusted after the latter.

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