The 'Black Order was a secret society background neo-fascist who in the seventies of the twentieth century has claimed several terrorist attacks .
Black Order has been the subject of the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry on the massacres .
For a long time remained secluded, without much visibility outside the circles of subversion of the extreme right and simply collect the militants escaped from the right-wing subversive historical formations and smaller organizations, including New Order and National Vanguard .
Black Order was intended avowedly terrorist targets.
During the investigation of movement, it was discovered that the group was divided into at least seven territorial units, including the most active was probably that of Tuscany, which has become responsible for numerous attacks on railway lines. Even the bomb on the train Italicus , which caused 12 victims in August 1974, was claimed by this organization.
Overall in Black Order was blamed for about 45 attacks. There were also very close operational links with the Revolutionary Action Movement , bonds so close that some militant Black Order considered a sort of armed wing of the Tues
Konchog1 wrote:"The truth of the world is that it is chaotic. The truth is, that it is not the Jewish banking conspiracy or the grey aliens or the 12 foot reptiloids from another dimension that are in control. The truth is more frightening, nobody is in control. The world is rudderless."
- Alan Moore
Lhug-Pa wrote:Some of this stuff is happening for sure. I try not to give it too much attention these days though.
H.P. Blavatsky, Rudolf Steiner, and Dion Fortune (all three of whose teachings were praised by Samael Aun Weor) wrote some interesting and informative things about Black Lodges. Samael Aun Weor wrote that H.P. Blavatsky was mistaken in what she wrote about the Böns though. Other than that, I think that H.P. Blavatsky did a good job with exposing the Jesuits and other black lodges. Of course this doesn't mean that every single Jesuit is sinister or a black magician, etc.
Some of the Black Lodges to beware of, aside from the Jesuits, would be Zionist-Kabbalists, the 'A.M.O.R.C.', many contemporary O.T.O. lodges; and I'm sure there are powerful black lodges in the Eastern world too.
Most real black magicians probably wouldn't advertise themselves as being members of any particular group, and many are probably members of groups that no one outside their circle even has any idea about.
Heruka wrote:padma norbu wrote:I have no idea. What you are asking is not that cut and dried.
ok thanks, i got my answer anyway.
Paul wrote:I don't believe that there really is an active Illuminati that controls the world, but I DO believe that there are secret societies that like to play power games and dabble in black magic/satanism. This is little more than playing dress-up for the most part.
I especially don't trust the Masons because I know for a fact some members of my family were Masons and also semi-sociopathic child abusers - abusing kids and killing goats in some kind of ceremonial fashion. Masons are seemingly obsessed with goats.
It's very hard for most to believe this, especially as most information out there is from unhinged radical Christian sources or from people badly damaged by abuse, but there's very, very unfortunately some truth to it all. I guess being in a secret society is a great place to hide abuse. Of course it goes without saying this doesn't involve all masons, but it has involved some. Looking at the press there has been rumours about this in the north-east of England on occasion. It seems it was rife there decades ago.
Konchog1 wrote:Why are aliens content to give various humans their technology and then do nothing else?
Well, either people go to the aliens or the aliens come to them. And if aliens have come to Earth for millennia, why give they technology to some earthlings and then leave?padma norbu wrote:Konchog1 wrote:Why are aliens content to give various humans their technology and then do nothing else?
This question assumes a lot.
padma norbu wrote:Heruka wrote:padma norbu wrote:I have no idea. What you are asking is not that cut and dried.
ok thanks, i got my answer anyway.
Yeah, I figured it was some kind of a test of my knowledge.
I Googled around for "spirit born of fire" and found a document from Max Heindel of AMORC called Freemasonry And The Catholic Church, if I am remembering the title correctly. I read a little bit and man is it disturbing how many different lies we can be told about one god "named" Jehovah. Are you talking abour Rosicrucians? Again, I am guessing if it is super-secret then you must have been privvy to it, so let me ask you in a different way; is this something you are still dealing with?Heruka wrote:
yes it was, but you answered in a way where you could not know, which was the right answer.
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