Aleister Crowley Predicted New Age Is Coming To Pass

Aleister Crowley Predicted New Age Is Coming To Pass Cover I guess to some this message will be funny. Actually, there is a Hell, although I can't prove it to you in two minutes. If you want proof, you could start by watching "23 Minutes in Hell":

You could also watch "They Sold Their Souls for Rock and Roll". Even if you think it's a joke you will enjoy it:

The man in the photo above is British satanist Aleister Crowley. He appears on the cover of The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper. Ozzy Osbourne wrote a song dedicated to him. Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin even bought Crowley's old home in Scotland.

David Bowie sang in "Quicksand": "I'm closer to the Golden Dawn/ Immersed in Crowley's uniform of imagery". On November 25th, 1995, Bowie stated that in 1976 "My overriding interest was in Caballah and Crowleyism. The whole dark and rather fearsome netherworld of the wrong side of the brain...more recently, [1995] I have been more interested in the Gnostics".

Note that Bowie mentions the same satanic Caballah beliefs that Madonna is currently promoting. He also mentions Gnosticism, another satanic belief system. It's not as complicated as it seems, all anti-God roads lead to satanism. More Bowie occult info here:

Crowley is the pathetic "patron saint" of rock and roll.

Crowley was also friends with L. Ron Hubbard, who created Scientology. Another friend of Crowley was satanic rocket scientist Jack Parsons. There is a book about Parsons by George Pendle called Strange Angel: The Otherworldly Life of Rocket Scientist John Whiteside Parsons.

James Blish, the Star Trek writer, was inspired by Crowley to write "Black Easter".

Even Ayn Rand's Objectivism is based on Aleister Crowley's "Do What Thou Wilt" (in other words "Do whatever you want, who cares about anybody else?"). Anton LaVey said that his Satanic Bible was largely based on Rand's "Virtue of Selfishness" philosophy.

Another major satanic source of rock music is blues musician Robert Johnson. In the early '30s, he went down to the crossroads in Mississippi and sold his soul to the devil in exchange for his musical ability. How do we know? Because he sang a song about it called "Cross Road Blues". Eric Clapton had a big hit with it when he was with Cream. Other songs by Johnson included "Hellhound On My Trail" and "Me and the Devil Blues".

Johnson's influence on rock is pervasive, including Muddy Waters, Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Johnny Winter, Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton; Clapton has called Johnson "the most important blues singer that ever lived".

Back to AC/DC, they know that they're literally leading millions down the "Highway to Hell" by pretending it's a big party down there. Wrong. The only thing I can't figure out is why AC/DC thinks they're immune to the nightmarish fate that awaits their fans. Not just AC/DC, of course, but most rock and rollers, even the alleged "Christian", Bono of U2.

Books You Might Enjoy:

Aleister Crowley - White Stains
Aleister Crowley - International
Aleister Crowley - One Star In Sight

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