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  Processians: Process Behind the Propaganda



  "I did have first hand knowledge in Vietnam, that there were
  both high ranking  political,  and  military  personnel  who
  worked  together to fly huge shipments of drugs from Vietnam
  to America's military bases in cooperation with the CIA  and
  the National Security Council [NSC].

  What  most  Americans  to  this day don't understand is that
  hundreds of millions of dollars were made in this way  by  a
  few,  well-connected  polititians, and high ranking military
  officers, who were part of an occultic network known as  the
  'Process  Church.'"  Milan  Martin, "Lucifer's Children; The
  Kingdomless Kings of the New World Order", page 16

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  "One   of   the   names   that   consistenty   comes  up  in
  investigations of the Manson  family  is  The  Process,  but
  investigator  Ed  Sanders,  who  wrote  a book on the Manson
  family, said, 'There were so many  investigations  going  on
  out  there  after  the murders that I began to wonder if the
  Process was a front for some intelligence operation." - Jim
  Keith, "Mind Control, World Control", page 176


  "While in prison Manson was connected to the AMORC Rosicruc-
  ans,  the same group that Sirhan Sirhan had ties to.  Manson 
  was also in touch with members of the Process, an apocolypt-
  ic Scientology spinoff group, and he dubed his own group the
  Final Church using Process terminology." - Jim Keith, "Mind
  Control, World Control"  

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  "With a dark leer, he told me he knew Manson personally, and
  for awhile had  belonged to the  same  group that had  given
  Manson his training, the 'Church of the Process of the Final
  Judgement.'"     "Lucifer Dethroned," by William and Sharon
  Schnoebelen, p. 115, ISBN: 0-937958-41-7, Chick Publications

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  "Lennon's assasin, Mark David Chapman, met Anton LaVey's pal
  Kenneth Anger, an American disciple of Aliester Crowley,  in
  Honolulu in he late  1970's.  In 1967  Anger had  directed a
  film called  Lucifer Rising,  starring Manson follower Bobby
  Beausoleil.  Another Manson follower and Tate-killer,  Susan
  Atkins,  had appeared with  LaVey in  performances  at a Los
  Angeles-area strip club,"        -- Michael Hoffman, "Secret
  Societies and Psychological Warfare,"  page 87-88.

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  "' The  inner core of the Processians called themselves  The
  Omega-- a title  that had great  meaning in the lives of two 
  priests later  accused of  sexual molestation,  Paul Shanley 
  and Bernard J. Lane.'"   --  William H. Kennedy,  "Lucifer's 
  Lodge: Satanic Ritual Abuse In the Catholic Church",  pg. 61
  

  "......it is not too hard to speculate that Lane and Shanley 
  may have been operating a Process Church off-shoot at  Alpha
  Omega."   Kennedy, "Lucifer's Lodge", page 85
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  The Process Church  of  the  Final  Judgement  was  born  in
  London,  England, in 1963-64, the brain-child of two members
  of the Church of Scientology, according to Maury Terry, "The
  Ultimate  Evil",  page  73.  The founding couple were Robert
  Moore and Mary Anne MacLean. They seperated from the  Church
  of   Scientology  while  recieving  high-level  training  at
  London's Fitzroy Street Hubbard  Institute  of  Scientology,
  then   married   each   other  and  adopted  the  cult  name
  DeGrimston.

  Robert Moore DeGrimston was born in Shanghai, China, Aug 10,
  1935,  and became an educated man, studying at Winchester in
  England and later pursuing a career in architecture  at  the
  Regent Street Polytechnic Institute.

  The roots of the Process Church go back to Aleister Crowley,
  the Freemason known as the "Father of modern satanism",  who
  gained control over a German mystical order, the O.T.O.,  or
  Ordo Templi Orientis in 1922, which was allegedly based on a
  sect that was once tried and  convicted for  satanic  crimes
  by the  Catholic  Church  in the  1300s; namely, the Knights
  Templar.

  Whether or to what extent the OTO actually derived its spir-
  itual heritage from the Knights Templar remains nebulous but
  in any case,  a German  mystic and  Freemason by the name of 
  Karl Kellner, a wealthy Austrian chemist, founded the OTO in
  1896.

  According to William H. Kennedy, "Kelner determined that the
  new  college  should  be called the 'Oriental Templar Order' 
  (OTO).  The inner  core would be  organized to  mimmick  the 
  highest degrees of Freemasonry but would also include Rosic-
  rucian doctrines and Kellner's 'key' to Masonic  symbolism",
  which 'key' would open the mysteries of the universe, or so,
  at any rate, he thought.  Kellner's was a "Masonic college",
  according to Kennedy, open to all Freemasons, and founded by
  Kellner,  a  Freemason,  but later to be overshadowed by the 
  notoriousy wicked Freemason, Crowley, the self-professed an-
  ti-Christ,  whose theology revolved like a wolf around a hen
  house on an unmitigated hatred of Christianity, and so, if I
  may venture an educated guess, the Process Church, which ac-
  cording to many accounts,  sprang from the seedy excremental
  turpitude of the OTO, ultimately had its roots firmly entre-
  ched in the fertile  "engine of conspiracy", which is known,
  for lack of a better name, as Freemasonry. John Quincy Adams
  it was who called corporate Freemasonry an "engine of consp-
  racy". 

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  Sources:

  Hoffman, Michael () Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare
  Martin, Milan () Lucifer's Children: The Kingdomless Kings of
  the New World Order
  Terry, Maury() The Ultimate Evil
  Keith, Jim () Mind Control, World Control
  Lachman, Gary () The Process Church: Sympathy for the Devil, 
  FT magazine
  Lucifer Dethroned," by William and Sharon Schnoebelen, p. 115, 
  Lucifer's Lodge, William H. Kennedy
  DeGrimston () Satan on War 

  In DeGrimston's 1967 book,  "As It Is",  the theodicy of the
  Process Church is stated:

  "Christ said: 'Love thine enemy.  Christ's enemy was Satan
  and Satan's enemy was Christ.   Through love, enmity is
  destroyed.  Though love, saint and sinner destroy the emnity
  between them.  Through love, Christ and Satan have destroyed
  their emnity and come together for the End.  Christ to judge,
  Satan to execute judgement."