profane but enlightened
9/11 As Mass Ritual – S. K. Bain
S. K. Bain, author of “The Most Dangerous Book In The World,” instructs symbol illiterate, i.e., modern rationalistic-scientific man on 9/11 Mega Occult Ritual – Global Black Mass! Aleister Crowley is the guest of honor on 9/11, Bain persuades listeners in 20 minute You Tube video, “9/11 AS Mass Ritual – S. K. Bain,” with numbers involved – 11, 77, 93, 175 – AKA occult signatures – all evident on fateful day. Bain argues 9/11 was also Psy Op and Dark Comedy to shepherd and mock the herd. Korean Flight 85 was forced to land in White Horse, Yukon on 9/11, constituting a tip of hat to Crowley, who was addicted to heroin. White Horse is a slang name used for heroin.
President George W. Bush reading book, “The Pet Goat,” interpreted as Bush presiding over a black mass an invocation to the goat-headed deity, Baphomet. The symbolism seems deep even overwhelming on 9/11 with only surface scratched in twenty minutes. 9/11 as a new year celebration if using Egyptian Coptic calendar and a reference to Sirius, the Dog Star. The Coptic calendar was based upon observations of rising of star Sirius in the sky – just one more esoteric facet of 9/11 date. The layers of symbolism boggle the mind! Bain functions much as a special needs teacher who attempts to open minds closed to esoteric meaning! The present writer finds twin towers burning as haunting reminder of twin pillars on porch of King Solomon’s temple. The pillars, Boaz and Jachin, burning elicits an Ordo Templi Orientis song, “Song of the Perfect Initiate,” “Boaz broken, Jachin gone, Freely spoken Jahbulon, All above Is overthrown, For the love Of Babalon.” Does this mean we’ve entered into a new lawless and godless era, where everything is permitted? It certainly seems we’re slouching towards Babylon. The present writer is especially grateful to Bain for highlighting the mocking dark comedy aspects to these performances. It’s a start towards goal of people realizing how little – if any regard – those in power have for rest of us! Hats off to S. K. Bain!