Aaron Charles Donahue, occultist, Remote Viewer, psychic, environmentalist and Luciferian, posts some of his remote viewing sessions on his home page ummo.cc . Trained at PsiTech by military Remote Viewing Special Operations Unit Officer, Major Ed Dames, Donahue purports to have raised the bar on the efficiency of Remote Viewing using something he refers to as the Practical Application of Non-Historical data (PAN). Amongst Aaron's claims is his usage of these techniques to successfully win daily three and four digit lottery systems, consistently. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aaron Donahue"
Born in Bucharest, Romania in 1958, Adrian Dvir holds a B.Sc ( Bachelor of Science) in Engineering and an M.Sc ( Master of Science) in Computer Engineering, specializing in computer architecture. Married with two children and living in Israel since 1965, Dvir is employed as a developer of military computer systems. He acknowledged and began to use his abilities as a medium in 1992, and first became aware of alien other-dimensional beings in 1994. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adrian Dvir"
Albin Grau was an artist, architect and occultist, and the producer and production designer for F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu. He was largely responsible for the look and spirit of the film, including the sets, costumes, storyboards and promotional materials. ...more on Wikipedia about "Albin Grau"
Aleister Crowley, born Edward Alexander Crowley ( 12 October 1875 - 1 December 1947) was an occultist, mystic, sexual revolutionary, and drug user (especially heroin). ...more on Wikipedia about "Aleister Crowley"
Alice A. Bailey ( 16th June, 1880 ‑ 15th December, 1949), writer and lecturer on neo- theosophy, was born in England in 1880 as Alice LaTrobe Bateman. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alice Bailey"
Alma Theon ( 1843 - 1908) born Mary Chrystine Woodroffe Ware (or Miriam Lin Woodroffe) was an occultist and clairvoyant, and wife of and co-worker with Max Theon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alma Theon"
Ann Davies ( October 28, 1912 – 1975) was an American occultist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ann Davies"
Antoine Court who named himself Antoine Court de Gébelin ( ca.1719 – May 10, 1784) was the Swiss former Protestant pastor, born at Nimes (Encyclopædia Britannica), who initiated the interpretation of the Tarot as an arcane repository of timeless esoteric wisdom, in an essay included in his Le Monde primitif, analysé et comparé avec le monde moderne ("The Primitive World, Analyzed and Compared to the Modern World"), volume viii, 1781. The chapter on Tarot with which his name is indelibly associated is a single section in his vast compendium that he published in series from 1773, to a distinguished list of subscribers, headed by Louis XVI. ...more on Wikipedia about "Antoine Court de Gebelin"
Anton Szandor LaVey (born 11 April, 1930 – 29 October, 1997), was the founder and High Priest of the Church of Satan, author of The Satanic Bible, founder of the religion known as Satanism. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anton LaVey"
Carl Kellner (Renatus, 1 September 1851 - June 7 1905) The Spiritual Father of Ordo Templi Orientis was Carl Kellner, a wealthy Austrian paper chemist. Kellner was a student of Freemasonry, Rosicrucianism and Eastern mysticism, and traveled extensively in Europe, America and Asia Minor. During his travels, he claims to have come into contact with three Adepts (a Sufi, Soliman ben Aifa, and two Hindu Tantrics, Bhima Sena Pratapa of Lahore and Sri Mahatma Agamya Paramahamsa), and an organization called the Hermetic Brotherhood of Light. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carl Kellner"
Constant Chevillon ( 1880– 1944) was Grand Master of the Freemasonry rite of Memphis-Misraim and head of FUDOFSI and other occult societies. In 1944, he was shot and killed by the Gestapo. He was opposed to Harvey Spencer Lewis, AMORC and FUDOSI. He was enthroned as Patriarch of the Eglise Gnostique Universelle after Jean Bricaud and succeeded by one of his students, René Chambellant who maintained the compendium of esoteric societies in cooperation with the Gnostic Church. ...more on Wikipedia about "Constant Chevillon"
Cyril Scott ( 1879– 1970) was an English romanticist composer with some impressionist qualities. His harmonic treatments and piano works depict the exotic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cyril Scott"
Dion Fortune - Violet Mary Firth Evans ( 1890 - 1946), (D.O.B December 6 1890) born Violet Mary Firth, was a British magician and author who was born at Bryn-y-Bia in Llandudno, Wales . ...more on Wikipedia about "Dion Fortune"
Elymas ("Wise" in Arabic) is another name for Bar-Jesus ("son of Jesus"), a Jewish magician who appears in the New Testament in the Acts of the Apostles, chapter 13. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elymas" http://www.shortopedia.com - Go in quickly.
"Etteilla," the pseudonym of Jean-Baptiste Alliette (1738-91), was the French occultist, who was the first to popularize divination by Tarot to a wide audience, and therefore the first professional Taroist in recorded history. ...more on Wikipedia about "Etteilla"
Georges Ivanovich Gurdjieff (Георгий Иванович Гюрджиев, Georgij Ivanovich Gjurdzhiev; January 13, 1872? - October 29, 1949), was a Greek- Armenian mystic and 'teacher of dancing'. His teaching is about becoming more aware of ourselves in our daily lives. ...more on Wikipedia about "G. I. Gurdjieff"
Dr. Basil Wilby, aka Gareth Knight (born 1930) is a British esotericist and occult author who began his esoteric training in 1953 as a member of the Society of the Inner Light, founded by Dion Fortune. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gareth Knight"
Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim (born of noble birth in Cologne September 14 1486, died in Grenoble February 18 1535) was a magician and occult writer, astrologer, and alchemist. He may also be considered as an early feminist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa"
Israel Regardie (Francis Israel Regudy) was born on November 17, 1907 in London, England to poor Jewish immigrant parents. It is believed that he assumed the surname 'Regardie' after his original surname was spelt incorrectly on an official document. He is best known as an occultist and writer of occult literature. ...more on Wikipedia about "Israel Regardie"
Jean Markale, (It's a pen name, his French name is Jean Bertrand) is a self styled French poet, radio show host, lecturer, retired high school French teacher in Paris and writer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jean Markale"
Johann Weyer, aka Wier, Wierus, Piscinarius, first name also Johannes (between February 24, 1515 and February 24, 1516 – February 24, 1588) was a Dutch physician, occultist and demonologist, disciple and follower of Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa. He was among the first to publish against the persecution of witches. His most influential work is De Praestigiis Daemonum et Incantationibus ac Venificiis (On the Illusions of the Demons and on Spells and Poisons, 1563). ...more on Wikipedia about "Johann Weyer"
Karl Maria Willigut (born 10 December, 1866 in Vienna, died 1946) was a leading figure in Nazi mysticism. He has been called " Hitler's Rasputin". ...more on Wikipedia about "Karl Maria Willigut"
Max Heindel (born Carl Louis von Grasshoff in Denmark on July 23, 1865 ‑ United States, January 6, 1919) was a Christian occultist, astrologer, and mystic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Max Heindel"
Max Theon ( 1848- 1927) perhaps born Louis-Maximilian Bimstein, was a Polish Jewish Kabbalist and Occultist. In London while still a young man, he established The Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor in 1870, but seemed to have little to do with the day to day running of the organisation, or indeed its actual teachings (Chanel et al, Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor). ...more on Wikipedia about "Max Theon"
Samael Aun Weor ( March 16, 1917 - December 24, 1977) was a prolific writer, lecturer and teacher of occultism. ...more on Wikipedia about "Samael Aun Weor" My www.shortopedia.com is mine.
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