STOP QUOTING from Anton LaVey in order to prove your point. I am fatigued of hearing his stupid quotes, and it has little to do with the fact that he’s a self-declared Satanist. Anton LaVey is nothing less than a spook. At best he’s a detour. It’s actually difficult to quantify the amount of damage the CIA-backed Church of Satan has done upon the religious mind to masquerade the true operations of evil (which they repeatedly slap in our face) with a cheap store-front mannequin display. Let’s put it this way. If Halloween is still your measuring stick for malevolence, then you probably haven’t even stuck your head into the rabbit hole. Anton LaVey’s Satanism isn’t even real. It was spooks like LaVey who got Keith Green to sing songs like, No One Believes in Me Anymore.
Has anyone ever seen a picture of LaVey, dressed in his ridiculous horn cowl and cape? Even spooks find it embarrassing.
But that’s not why you clicked onto this article.
You’re here because Tom Cruise performs all of his own stunts and he never phones it in.
Tom Cruise held onto an Airbus A400 high above the English countryside and now you’re excited because he’s finally going to space. To film a movie. On the International Space Station. In partnership with Elon Musk and SpaceX or whatever. Sigh.
Depending upon how hard the pendulum swing of my sigh could be felt on your side of the computer screen, I will undoubtedly be told that this is the next natural step for an actor who performs all of his own stunts and never phones it in. I will be told this has nothing to do with the fact that NASA is the most blatant Occult organization on earth and Cruise is the right pick despite his humanitarian work for the church of Scientology and L. Ron Hubbard, or that the International Space Station is clearly being associated with CIA-run Hollywood. Believe it or not, I actually agree with you. If anyone is going to make the first-ever movie in space, then Tom Cruise is the perfect actor. But hold that thought. Does anyone still buy into the narrative that SpaceX is privately-funded? Elon Musk is no different than Bezos or Jobs or Branson or Gates. They’re all spooks.
Speaking of which, let’s pause and reflect upon Hubbard for a moment.
In an article titled Scientology and the Occult, Wikipedia informs me that L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology, “first discovered Magick at the age of sixteen when he read Aleister Crowley’s ‘The Book of the Law.’” Mm-hmm. That’s Magic with a k. It’s the snootiest and most flamboyant sort of magic imaginable in the history of spell-casting, and reserved either for men in capes or the powdered faces of wig-touting French royalty. We then learn how he went on to join “the Rosicrucian order Ancient and Mystical Order Rosae Crucis in 1940, completing the first two neophyte degrees.” Wow. Impressive. Two whole neophyte degrees. And he’s already learned how to perform Magic with a k by the age of sixteen—all from masturbating and reading a book.
We next learn that Hubbard moved into Jack Parson’s Pasadena mansion in 1945 in order to put his Kabbalism and medieval grimoires to good use. In case you’re not caught up to speed, Jack Parsons was another Aleister Crowley groupie. Jack Parsons. This is the guy who launched the Cold War by day and emerged from a coffin by night. The founder of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory performed the Enochian magick first began by Englishman John Dee, and nobody’s hiding the fact that Dee’s a spook. In the Mojave Desert, Parsons and Hubbard attempted to invoke the power of the Thelemic goddess. This divine being—identified by Crowley as both the Biblical whore of Babylon and the goddess Ishtar—would usher in the end to an age of repressive Christian morality. Again, Wikipedia. It was 1946. They dubbed the project “the Babalon Working.” And on the 18th of January, only two weeks into their fusion of sex magick, Parsons announced to Hubbard: “It is done.”
Apparently, they had succeeding in creating Aleister Crowley’s Moonchild.
A list of celebrity elites born in 1946 turn up some interesting names. Donald J. Trump. George W. Bush. Bill Clinton. That’s three sitting U.S. presidents. All potential Moon Children. If you haven’t done so, I suggest you read my paper, Satanic Panic | The Day E.T. Visited the U.N., because Steven Spielberg was born that year too. His Moonchild became the emblem of Amblin Entertainment. 1947 doesn’t disappoint either. Hillary Clinton. Stephen King. Arnold Schwarzenegger. OJ Simpson. David Letterman. Mitt Romney. Michio Kaku. And the list goes on.
Despite his involvement with Parsons and Crowley, the official narrative attempts to scrub Hubbard from any involvement in the Mk-Ultra program. Strange, since even Wikipedia grudgingly admits that Hubbard was a talented hypnotist as early as the 1940’s, and that he furthermore worked in Hollywood posing as a swami. This is the exact same decade when, according to declassified documents, the CIA was mastering hypnosis techniques for their Mk-Ultra program. Coincidence? Nope.
We are furthermore told that Crowley and Parsons had a falling out. Well, sort of. Apparently, Crowley called Parsons and Hubbard an idiotic pair of goats. But that’s a lazy plot device. We are told many things in order that the truth might be scrubbed with the scouring pad of good drama. We are expected to believe that everybody involved—Crowley, Parsons, and Hubbard—were independent agents acting upon their own intuitive power. Wrong. In order to understand the spook family tree, let’s quickly back up a few decades, because Madame Blavatsky was not the inventor of Theosophy. Henry Steel Olcott was. The official narrative often attempts to scrub the facts. From its very beginning, Theosophy was an intelligence operation. Just look at their offshoots. The Golden Dawn, Thelma, OTO, the Process Church, and the Church of Satan.
Then again, official history also likes to invert reality with a false set of tracks, just to keep us grasping around in the dark. You know, throw us off their scent. To my absolute delight, Wikipedia has an article on Operation Snow White. In its opening sentence we learn much. “Operation Snow White was a criminal conspiracy by the church of Scientology during the 1970s to purge unfavorable records about Scientology and its founder, L. Ron Hubbard. This project included a series of infiltrations into and thefts from 136 government agencies, foreign embassies and consulates, as well as private organizations critical of Scientology, carried out by Church members in more than 30 countries. It was one of the largest infiltrations of the United States government in history, with up to 5,000 covert agents.”
Wait—Hubbard raised and trained 5,000 covert agents to infiltrate intelligence organizations in more than 30 countries? Are we seriously supposed to buy this dribble? Notice what Wikipedia did there. They dangled Hubbard’s involvement as a Hollywood swami knowing you’d go for the pigeon glitter. Mk-Ultra was and still is very real. Operation Snow White is a mockumentary, because Scientology was and still is a CIA operation.
If you’ve managed to read this far then you’re probably asking yourself, how the hell did I end up listening in upon a rant involving magick with a k? That’s because Tom Cruise is an actor and drama itself is magick. It goes all the way back to Babylon. Egypt. Greece. Mesopotamia. You name it. Actors and drama were magic. It wasn’t until Aeschylus in the sixth century B.C. that the carefully guided narrative presented in Mystery plays took precedence over the carefully woven spell. At least, on the surface, the exoteric replaced the esoteric. The original intent of these sacred dramas however was to function as solemn rites into the Mysteries themselves—narratives which mirrored the behaviors of divine beings in order that the actor and his audience might each learn to identify and therefore exercise their own divine identity.
Magic is nothing more or less than wielding the power of nature and successfully manipulating it. Hence, the actor and the directed emotions of his ever-watchful audience. In ‘The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion,’ first published in 1890, James G. Frazer calls this the Law of Similarity. Frazer wrote: “From the Law of Similarity, the magician infers that he can produce any effect he desires merely by imitating it.” This is the underlying premise. By representing a circumstance, a higher form, the imagined action will come to pass as a reality for the natural world. This is precisely why the Mysteries were performed, not for purposes of doctrine or creed, per say, but for the functions of coaxing the natural world into a magical ceremony which hoped to bring about the very mythical events acted out, through the mimicry of emotions, into a matter of fact.
Look, I get it. In an age of digital fakery, stunts lend a cathartic integrity to the action. In fact, the stunts have actually become central to Cruise’s very identity as an actor. While filming Mission: Impossible—Fallout, Cruise reportedly jumped out of a plane 106 times to get the shot. The repetition is important. Try not to forget that I actually started out this rant by agreeing with you. Tom Cruise is the perfect actor to make a movie in space. If you’ve read my article, They Call Her the Black Dahlia, then you’ll know spiritual shaman Stanley Kubrick, with the help of Tom Cruise, has already let is in on one of Hollywood’s biggest secrets. It’s an Mk-Ultra beehive. In slightly other terms, Mystery religion magick-sex cults not only runs Hollywood, but the world.
As a ranking official in the church of Scientology, rumors persist that Tom Cruise has reached the status of “Operating Thetan.” Scientology essentially takes the cloak of the ancient neophyte but adds a new science-fiction dimension to it. Society today is no different than ancient Greece, Rome, Egypt, or Babylon. Nearly all the “great men” of historic note were initiates of one or more degrees of the Mystery religions. The Mysteries had several degrees, the seventh of which was called theophany, meaning “divine appearance.” I recommend you read my article, “Red Pill Indoctrination: ‘The Matrix‘ and a Neophyte’s Seven Degrees into the Greater Mysteries,” if you haven’t already, because like Neo, Operating Thetan is likewise “a state of godliness.” Scientologists who ascend to such lofty heights become godlike and gain control over “matter, energy, space and time.” They have not only mastered the fate of their own lives, but can project from their own bodies.
Remember the move The NeverEnding Story? A cosmic ouroboros known as “The Nothing” is completely destroying the astral-realm that is Fantasia. It is through the boy (the son of Aleister Crowley’s ‘Moon Child’) and the Empress (who the boy furthermore names ‘Moon Child’), that creation expands again through the act of sex magick. If you recall, the Empress and Moon Child’s adolescent union in the vagina space fortress quickly materializes the fortune dog-dragon into a real creature on the material plane. This recalls for us the Babalon Working. But what’s more, the big giveaway is that space itself is the astral realm, and precisely why astronauts use a silver chord for their space walks. Astral projecting. It’s all a ceremony.
The Apollo moon missions were a series of elaborate hoaxes intended as pscyhodramatic exercises. Our slave masters keep dulling out that dribble, despite the fact that just about everyone is in on the propaganda now. Even the space shuttle program has been flipped on its back. The space shuttle Columbia, like Apollo XIII, or even the Titanic, was a psychodrama, replete with actors. The Copernican Revolution was a hoax and pushed by the Elite to masquerade Apollo worship. Space is fake and the ISS is a movie set. It’s all a movie. Drama is magick. And with any performance witchcraft, they need their master of ceremonies; their lord of the wheel; their chakreshwara; in order to cast the spell on their participating audience. Or their Operating Thetan. Same difference. If anyone’s going to perform a stunt-driven ritual up in the ethereal realm, then its Tom Cruise. Tom Cruise may even become an Ascended Master and meet L. Ron Hubbard in the womb of space, for all I know, because that’s all this really is. Space is a retelling of the Mysteries of Isis, and Scientology is the Mystery religion repackaged by spooks.
Tom Cruise never phones it in.