The recent topic on the 600 Club forum titled Paris attacks and the ONA caught attention of Mr Parker, the famous ONA propagandist and a tabloid writer. For those who don’t know, the 600 club is a “plebeian forum” populated by “mundane pseudo-Satanists” who kill time by posting there their “worthless opinions”. That doesn’t put off Mr Parker though, who like a tabloid journalist reads every topic there, scrupulously takes notes and from time to time even screenshots like a professional paparazzi. The said topic, which dealt not only with the ONA but also with terrorism, ISIS and propaganda in general, got on Mr Parker’s nerves so much that he farted out several furious articles, most of them he later deleted, probably because he was ashamed of the neurotic behavior he displayed..
Now now… before anyone starts protesting vehemently that it’s all Labyrinthos Mythologicus, let’s not forget that a true comedy is an art and throwing tantrums online makes every comedy rather banal. Besides, such behavior is hardly befitting of a refined gentleman Mr Parker prides himself on being, just like some vulgar words he uses:
Cue, therefore, much blogorrhea and forumorrhea by such self-described modern satanists. (“What Would Be The Reaction” posted on http://www.o9a.org/)
Someone should tell Mr Parker to mind his manners. Shouldn’t the member of the aristocracy, the elite of the elite, creme de la creme be smarter and more aloof? Plato rolls in his grave and what would Aristotle say? Either Mr Parker behaves himself or he will prove himself plebeian. Let’s hold Mr Parker to his own standards.
In “Regarding the O9A” Mr Parker writes:
…the O9A’s ‘sinister game’ – with its Labyrinthos Mythologicus, japes, polemics, propaganda, and tests – has been played via the intert00b since at least 1998 ev. That self-described modern ‘satanists’ keep mentioning – if only to denigrate – the O9A via the intert00b is proof of just how successful the O9A have played that game.
Mr Parker now accuses everyone of denigrating the ONA though it was mentioned in the thread that the ONA mythos is a fascinating and intriguing thing to study. Hardly anyone bashed the ONA, criticizing specific people is not the same as criticizing ideas. One can appreciate the ONA and not appreciate the tabloid essays of Mr Parker, an armchair philosopher who tends to judge people on the basis of their posts and blogs.
Yet not one of these self-described modern, internet-bound, O9A-denigrating, ‘satanists’ (with their puffery and egoism and their mundane assumptions about satanism and the O9A and those involved with the O9A) can understand – let alone translate, unaided – a simple quotation such as the following: τὰ κατὰ τὸν Τάγμα των Εννιά Γωνιών ἤτοι ἱστορικῶς ἐκληπτέον ἢ πλασματικῶς καὶ ὑποθετικῶς διὰ τὸ εὐπρόσωπον τοῦ λόγου.
“What he says about
Perses Order of Nine Angles must be understood either historically or as a matter of fiction and dramatic writing for the sake of giving an attractive character to the discourse.” (Hesiod) The attractiveness of Mr Parker’s discourse is highly disputable though I can agree his butthurt is epic.
For it’s just so indicative that those smug wordsmiths who – via the internet denigrate the O9A and pontificate about satanism – have no documented sinister, satanic, deeds to their name and prefer to remain anonymous.
Now, Mr Parker is fooling no one. Let’s see what “pseudonymous Anton Long” writes about anonymity in “The Satanic Letters”:
“In view of the controversy in Occult circles about using ‘pseudonyms’ and the desire of certain groups to operate ‘underground’ without media scrutiny – a subject mentioned by Dr. Aquino in his letters and since taken up by a number of others both within and without the LHP – the following observations are in order:
*It has been for many centuries an established principle among LHP Adepts to work in a reclusive manner in ‘secret’. The reason for this is basically two-fold: the magickal work is mis-understood by ‘outsiders’ [ and often by such people catagorized from their own social/political/religious perspectives] and to try and explain it to non-Initiates was seen as a waste of time; and, secondly, it enabled that work to be undertaken without hindrance from interfering individuals and officials. Without this secrecy, the LHP would not have survived. Today, conditions have changed somewhat, but still not enough in some areas .
* A labyrinth was created to confuse the merely curious and those seeking to disrupt the magickal work and tradition.
* Quite often, LHP Adepts have a ‘seperate professional’ life (which in some cases is part of their long-term magickal goals) and the ‘stigma’ of involvement with magick would be detrimental to that. Quite often this seperate life is beneficial to the evolution of the ‘Occult* in general as it provides opportunities for dissemination (mostly clandestine) .
That some individuals have gone ‘public’ is fair enough – that is their
decision. But those who prefer or need to work ‘underground’ in order to continue their own reclusive and secret traditions should not be castigated for in many cases they are guardians who can never have a ‘public’ Occult role. Societies, and the individuals within them, are still structured on the basis of categories and generalizations.”
Now from Hostia II:
“This working secrecy is necessary because Satanism cannot now be anything other than selective – it is elitist, being a hard and dangerous path, and part of its effectiveness lies in work of an underground, clandestine nature.”
Mr Parker seems to hold “mainstream sources” in a very high regard. Does that include tabloids? Or he’s simply lying and deliberately spreading disinformation. The latter one is more probable since Mr Parker regularly lies and even brags about being a “mischievous” liar though he’s a very poor one. Does someone living the sinister life need an acknowledgement by the books or the media? Is such an acknowledgement a fruit or a mere byproduct of someone’s sinister deeds?
Then, Mr Parker enumerates the adventures and achievements of David Myatt, saying that none of these self-proclaimed Satanists led an equally heretical and antinomian life and how does he know that? What can one say about people and their lives on the basis of their internet posts? Now, what about empathy and judging people on the basis of one’s personal knowing of them? What can you know about someone’s life if the only thing you have are the words on the screen? If someone wanted to psychoanalyze Mr Parker on the basis of his blogs, the only conclusion to draw would be that he’s a rather neurotic guy. How correct would be that psychoanalysis? Yet, Mr Parker casts judgements left and right.
Unless and until such self-described modern satanists have such or similar documented sinister and years-long experience, in the real world, then their pontifications about the O9A and about satanism will be worthless, the puffery of charlatans.
This is a purely fallacious statement. The appeal to the authority/accomplishment is Mr Parker’s favorite fallacy. The topic wasn’t about David Myatt, nobody negated his achievements. How is discussing things that interest you, exchanging views, opinions and learning through the dialogue puffery?
And finally, Mr Parker writes:
That some or many mundanes might be impressed by such charlatans – and take them and their pontifications about the O9A and satanism seriously – is most amusing.
Now, we can conclude that Mr Parker is a “mundane” considering the number of fucks he gives about our worthless posts. These are very important opinions since he reads them regularly and blogs about them. He and Ms Morticia aka Pointed Ears claimed many times they consider “plebeian opinions” irrelevant and don’t care about them but obviously they DO care since they wrote plenty of long diatribes against “pretenders”, “plebeians” and “pseudo-Satanists”, desperately seeking relevance among people they so ostentatiously despise.