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Secret Rituals of the Men In Black Paperback – December 28, 2005
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I just finished reading it last night, and, ya' know, it just doesn't seem all that crazy to me. I mean, yeah, it's unconventional, but God knows we need some creative thought going on in occultism these days. I think that Greenfield's main thesis -- that occultism and UFO phenomenon are part of the same continuum -- is a useful context for understanding both. In some ways, this isn't a new suggestion. Robert Temple, R.A. Wilson, and Kenneth Grant have been writing about these connections since the seventies; and there has been much eye-rolling at them for pursuing this train of thought, my favorite being Marcelo Motta critiquing Grant under the pseudonym of "R.U. Sirius." Nevertheless, the Masonic textual evidence that Greenfield presents is rather compelling, and, after all, Lam does look a little like a Grey, well, alot like a Grey.
On the other hand, I'm still not particularly impressed with New Aeon English Qabalah. While some of the gemetria connections are interesting, much of it seems rather less so. Some of the phrases Greenfield utilizes seem sorta non-sensical, or require alteration of Liber AL to make them work, such as the numerical citation of "for the stars and two," which appears in Liber AL as "OF the stars and two." Greenfield claims he has predicted various UFO related occurances with NAEQ6, but fails to provide evidence to support these claims.
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