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Scientology’s Links To Luciferianism


By James Donahue

July 4, 2005


During his lecture on Sunday Aaron C. Donahue said the Church of Scientology, founded by the late L. Ron Hubbard, owes its origins to the work of Aleister Crowley and the secret organization Crowley once headed, the Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.)


Donahue said his own roots are nearly the same as Hubbard’s, since he also is an ardent student of Crowley and has a history of involvement with the O.T.O.


He said he, like Hubbard, brought secrets from the O.T.O. and that they are the foundation of both the Church of Scientology and the Luciferian movement. The difference is that Hubbard abandoned any ties to Lucifer and instead, mixed Christianity to a religious organization he founded, now known as the Church of Scientology.


Donahue said Hubbard was a brilliant man whose concept of dynamics became a huge success. “It was brilliantly constructed and executed by some very smart people” and brought Hubbard wealth and fame.


Donahue said he is moving in a similar direction in founding the Order of Lucifer, “except I am going to remain a Luciferian. Our order is not to be conceived as a threat. We are asking questions and seeking truth. Our goal is to make contact and find a way to save our planet,” he said.


In contrast, the Church of Scientology offers answers to everything, he said


Strangely, however, Donahue said the Church of Scientology is designed so much like the Luciferian Order, that he said he believes its members will find it easy to understand Luciferianism and adapt to the spiritual movement, if they choose.


He said actor Tom Cruise, who is an outspoken Scientologist, doesn’t realize that he is on a Luciferian path.


This is why Cruise has escaped a curse that Donahue put on the people involved in the filming of the ill-fated movie “Suspect Zero,” directed by E. Elias Merhige. That film, financed by Cruise and shot in New Mexico in 2002, was a thriller involving a former military man with training as a remote viewer. Donahue and his former remote viewing instructor, Ed Dames, were cast in the film. 


When Donahue’s involvement as a Luciferian was learned, his part was cut from the film. In defiance, Merhige inserted a long segment showing Kingsley kneeling in prayer, giving his heart to Jesus. That part replaced Donahue’s portion of the film.


The film got bad reviews and was a bust.


Donahue said all of the people involved in that plot were caught up in the curse, except Cruise. “I could not curse one of our own,” he said.


Donahue is a practicing black magickian.


As an interesting sidebar to this story, Donahue noted that the new film, War of the Worlds, starring Cruise, is a twisted version of a Scientologist story about an alien landing.


Donahue said the Scientologists believe that an alien race known as the Annunaki, made popular by the writings of Zecharia Sitchin, are expected to return to Earth and make contact with humans.


Sitchin’s story is that the Annunaki trained the humanoids of Earth to be their working slaves. They are said to live on a 12th planet called Nibiru that passes through our solar system and coming close to Earth every 3,600 years.


Donahue said this story is a myth based on the invasion of the dark skinned races in Egypt and parts of Europe at the time of the Pharos.


“The Annunaki story is a racist idea,” Donahue said. “The dark skinned people come from different origins but they are still human. Luciferianism offers an opportunity to unite all of the alien races.”

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