1972 fiasco with Aquino, COS, and Mythos writers and their groups (pics).
Copy of envelope:
Three pictures of "Rose" aka. Lorraine:
Two pictures of Dale Seago and handwritten note:
SSS membership cards:
Lin letter to Bill
SATANAS who used that as a spelling for Satan first?
Where did Lin, on those SSS cards, get SATANAS as a spelling for Satan? Some
pseudo scholars who "always HAVE to be right" and would never merely
accept letters about this as any kind of proof, or the actual card, would contend
that "Satanas" is incorrect Latin and that only lil old LaVey used
it; as such, anyone else (anywhere in the world, imagine it) that used the "Satanas"
spelling would have had to have read lil ol LaVey's bilge. Oh? Is that so! Lol.
It's on the SSS cards and they predate LaVey. Oh, but the problem with that
is it's not in any kind of "published" form for the pseudo-scholars!
One can't exactly carbon date the little card I still have. Lin had the Baphomet
on those cards. The Baphomet was in a book as we all know. But the pseudo scholars
think that anyone that used the wrong Latin spelling of "Satanas"
just had to have read Anton's bilge first. OH? Ha ha!
Well, where did the spelling "Satanas" come from? Heh - FROM HERE,
at least this is one example not all that hard to find:
1634, a written document supposedly a pact between Urbain Grandier and 7 devils
was introduced as evidence in a court case against him. The devil's names are
these: SATANAS, Beelzebub, Lucifer, Elimi, Leviathan, and Astaroth. The pact
is written in conventional Latin contractions. The actual document, written
backwards with the signature of the "devils" right on it, reads exactly
"Nos pptens Lcfr juvnte Stn Blzbb Lvtn Elm atq Astarot alisq hdie habems
accept pact foederis Urb Grandr qui nobis e. et huic pollicem amorem mul florem
virginum decus mon hon volup et op. fornicab triduo ebriet illi cara er. Nobs
offret semel in ano sag sig sub peds coculcab sa Ecclae et nobs rogat ipsius
erut; q pact vivet an vig felix in tra hom et ven postea int nos maled D.
"Fact in inf int coss daem Satanas Belzebub Lcfr Elimi Leviathan Astaroth
"Sig pos mag diab et daem princp dom Blbrth scrpt"
Furthermore: "The signatures of Satanas, Beelzebub, Lucifer, Elimi, Leviathan
and Astaroth are subscribed." (Robbins "Encyclopedia of Witchcraft
and Demonology," 1959).
Now that this is thoroughly out of the way, like so much dogshit that "the
LaVey club" keep throwing in front of our feet...heh heh, check this possibility
Lin's character ANTON ZARNAK, invented at least in the early 1950's, is a very
Dennis Wheatley type character, an occult expert and investigator but he is
mysterious, powerful, he performs high magic. It is said that Zarnak is like
a combination of von Helsing and Jules de Grandin. Some say Zarnak is like "Dr.
Strange." Anyone that knew about Dennis Wheatley's life and read the tales
he wrote would more likely recognize him since Zarnak will use black magic to
fight black magic. The real Dennis Wheatley was in British Intelligence before
he wrote his book "The Satanist," in 1960. He also wrote "The
Devil Rides Out" which was made into a cult classic movie "The Devil's
Bride" with Christopher Lee. The kinds of adventurous high black magic
performed by both the good guys and bad guys in Dennis Wheatley's tales fit
the character of Anton Zarnak. In "the Devil Rides Out" the protagonist
actually reverses time with a high black magic spell. The Anton Zarnak tales
are now published and Lin wrote some of them in the 1950's, before LaVey changed
his name to Anton LaVey.
But where did LaVey also get a hankering for the names Szandor and Carnacki?
From Zarnak? Carnacki + Szandor = Zarnak? It is a provable fact that Lin used
Even more to the point: where did LaVey get the idea to ever use the Baphomet
and link it up to Satanas or Satan in any form when, in fact, the Baphomet is
a sigil of Sophia and the word "Baphomet" itself spells Sophia when
it is decoded? Well, LaVey didn't know that about Sophia; that's for sure. Well,
could LaVey have seen this stuff from Lin or from someone who had one of those
calling cards? LaVey was always nosing into all things occult, even when he
got the door slammed in his face by some people who saw him an a non-serious
charlatan. Those cards were handed around at least in 1963. It says N. Zarnak
It it a good theory based on the same kind of inferential reasoning that pseudo
scholars use, to assume that LaVey got "Szandor and Carnacki" from
the name ZARNAK and after having seen SSS cards with the word spelled "Satanas"
and the Baphomet on them, decided to use SATANAS and link it to the Baphomet.
Obviously, the spelling Satanas was used by at least one person, provably, almost
400 years before LaVey used it. It is a proven fact that LaVey just took other
people's stuff. Lin never did that. Lin was very creative.
The SSS was the only group of friends that linked the Baphomet directly up
to the word "Satan" in any form, and the form was Satanas. Prior to
that it was well known to be not only a symbol of Sophia, but the word "Baphomet"
itself IS "Sophia" by use of a Hebrew code. In any other context,
the symbol pertains to Lilith, Samael and Azazel (the Goat) to combine as the
Great Beast CHIVA, 666 in real occult lodge systems, or Leviathan. Leviathan,
Lilith, Samael and Azazel are not Satan, and the goat pictured in the pentacle
IS Azazel in that system of occultism - this is the system also used by the
Temple of Lylyth. In another system, the Goat represents Pan and the Arcadian
Picture of Wayne C.:
Lin letter to Chojnicki
Lin letter to Sachetti
Lin letter to Melanie Shephard
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