Tolkien, – Lewis, Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn Part2

In this teaching we will start out by first discussing many of the occult details and facts regarding both J.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings' books/movies and then C.S. Lewis's Narnia' books/movies. During the 1930's to 1940's both Tolkien and Lewis were part of an informal literary discussion group associated with the University of Oxford' & known as the Inklings. C. S. Lewis called Charles Williams (Fellow Inkling, specialist in Tarot and Kabbalah & a man whose mind was steeped in occult rituals and demonic forces) 'his dearest friend.' This close friendship made a large impact on Lewis and his writings. C. S. Lewis wrote of Williams poems: 'They seem to me... for their profound wisdom, to be among the two or three most valuable books of verse produced in the century.' Charles Williams was also a member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn'. There are many that assert that both Tolkien and Lewis were closet members of the Golden Dawn. The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn was a amalgamation of Freemasonry (Babylonian mystery religions), Theosophy (An Satanic/occult religious philosophy combined with metaphysics, started by a high level witch named H. P. Blavatsky), Eliphas Levi's Teachings (A high level black magic occultist), Enochian Magic (an elaborate system of advanced, Satanic, ceremonial magic), The Kabbalah (The highest level of Jewish witchcraft) and medieval grimoire (a manual of black magic for invoking spirits and demons). Regarding the Order of the Golden Dawn, among its first initiates was a coroner who allegedly performed necromantic rites, while another early member was black magician Aleister Crowley, the self styled Great Beast/666.

4 comments:

  1. IAO131

    93,

    Unfortunately, with your skewed point of view youll never get anywhere CLOSE to truth.

    Theosophy is NOT “An Satanic/occult religious philosophy combined with metaphysics, started by a high level witch named H. P. Blavatsky.”

    Blavatsky wasn’t a “witch.” Read Secret Doctrine or anything by her and youll see she was neither a witch nor a Satanist.

    “Eliphas Levi’s Teachings (A high level black magic occultist”

    He was not a black magic occultist. Since you believe in ‘black maGic’ you must know about ‘white magic’ which is what Levi, Blavatsky, etc. did…

    “The Kabbalah (The highest level of Jewish witchcraft)”

    A contradiction in terms. The Bible explicitly denounces witchcraft and astrology etc. but Jews still practices Kabbalah. You are very skewed in your beliefs (KABBALAH as satanic? Really? Do you read anything yourself or do you just believe what other conspiracy theorists spout out without checking yourself?)

    “Regarding the Order of the Golden Dawn, among its first initiates was a coroner who allegedly performed necromantic rites, while another early member was black magician Aleister Crowley, the self styled Great Beast/666.”

    He was a coroner, but he didnt necessarily perform necromantic rites. Crowley wasnt a ‘Black Magician’ (he specifically counsels against black magic in multiple places) although he WAS the self-styled Beast 666. You got one thing rigt.

    IAO131

  2. Archmage

    First i whould like to thank IAO131 for his oustanding spirit of observation and the fact that he pointed out almost every wrong aspect of this ignorant fool’s “Speech”.The only thing i gues left for me to ask(a question that just kills me when i think of it): What the F. is it with u tipe of people? Every thing that is outside Sience and your safe,little,chosen for you religion must be satanic,demonic,necromantic,diabolical and corruptive? please pretty please,get a life and as IAO131 said:Bravoooooooooo u got ONE thing right and that is so insignificant it doesn’d even matter!

  3. Mary Cristianson

    I really love your blog. I find it highly entertaining. I keep tinding stuff here that I find nowhere else. Please do keep up the good work and don’t let certain commenters get you down. There will always be people that are negative in their attitude.

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