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Old 08-05-2008, 08:08 AM
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Was Leo Taxil a hoaxter or an early truthteller? What is your opinion on him?

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He seems to have obtained many of his influences from from Elphis Levi the most noted occult author of the 19 th century so i would say he is a truthteller!.
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Old 09-01-2008, 05:07 AM
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He seems to have obtained many of his influences from from Elphis Levi the most noted occult author of the 19 th century so i would say he is a truthteller!.
In what way is Levi connected to the masons?
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Old 09-06-2008, 01:44 AM
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Yes, Eliphas Levi was an ex-priest of the catholic church. But actually he was Illuminati and a qlippothic magician. He was a cooky old wizard who made up at least half of everything he ever wrote an probably a lot more.


Levi was a complete dingbat. But he did understand something of Solomon's Mirror.

And we are going to force the Illuminati to claim him, because we're sure not going to.
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Old 09-08-2008, 04:30 AM
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You still didn't answer my question : in what way was Levi connected to the masons?

Can you prove he was an Illuminatus?
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You still didn't answer my question : in what way was Levi connected to the masons?

Can you prove he was an Illuminatus?
Yeah but he was that whole french wing of the 19th century you know. He Annie, and the rest of the gang were responsible for leaking documents, rituals, and crap that could be found. They had to get the qlippothic solomonic writings, some of the enochian tablets, and abramelin into the right hands of some freemasons so they could start branch organisations that would be secretly overseen by Illuminati.

You know, basic sowing of tares and that sort of thing.
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Yeah but he was that whole french wing of the 19th century you know. He Annie, and the rest of the gang were responsible for leaking documents, rituals, and crap that could be found. They had to get the qlippothic solomonic writings, some of the enochian tablets, and abramelin into the right hands of some freemasons so they could start branch organisations that would be secretly overseen by Illuminati.
Source?
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The books. The relevant sources.
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In the texts of the Wise of Minas Tirath in the White City of Gondor the record of the scrolls was writ thus:

'The Year thirty-four thirty-four of the Second Age. Here follows the account of Isildur, High King of Gondor and the finding of the Ring of Power. 'It has come to me, the One Ring. It shall be an heirloom of my kingdom. All those who follow in my bloodline shall be bound to its fate for I will risk no hurt to the Ring. It is precious to me, though I buy it with great pain.

"'The markings upon the band begin to fade. The writing, which at first was as clear as red flame, has all but disappeared. A secret now that only fire can tell.'"
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