Ralph Rieckermann’s Snuff Party Complicity

Ralph RieckermannHatip to Natalina at Extraordinary Intelligence

Ralph Rieckermann, former bassist for the Scorpions, glibly remarks about attending “snuff parties” in the video below Although he seems genuinely alarmed by what he saw, his actions do not seem morally adequate. (that is unless he reported it to the authorities). In the United States, eye-witnessing a sadistic murder but neglecting to report it makes one guilty of either obstruction of justice or complicity up to being a c0-conspirator in 1st degree murder (depending on circumstances). While I don’t know the German law, a similar provision might exist. If so,  he should step up or the German police ought to compel him to do so.

Scorpions Bassist: Yeah, about those Snuff Parties I Went to…

“Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them.” (Eph 5:11_)

Scientology’s Roots in Diabolic Occultism

L. Ron Hubbard

The creator of Scientology, fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard was also a student of the occult society Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.) and was the room mate of Crowley disciple and NASA rocket scientist Jack Parsons. A biography of Parsons recounts how Hubbard was a natural, “Parsons was already impressed by Hubbard’s grasp of Crowley’s teachings, but now he became convinced of Hubbard’s supreme magical sensitivity.”[1] Later, Hubbard and Parsons teamed up on a dark ritual infamously known as the Babalon Working:

Jack parsons

Jack Parsons

Parsons returned from the desert driven to perform the rituals he had been “given,” and Hubbard began seeing visions once more. Hubbard was a master storyteller and a quick thinker, but he had now been performing magic with Parsons for nearly two months. According to Parsons’ record of the time, Hubbard was exhausted and often left pale and sweating from his exertions. Finally, a fatigued Hubbard saw a vision calling an end to the working. In a fragment from his writings, Parsons, exhausted and exultant, declared his work a success. He believed that Babalon, in the manner of the Immaculate Conception, was due to be born to a woman somewhere on earth in nine months time. “Babalon is incarnate upon the earth today, awaiting the proper hour for her manifestation,” he wrote. “And in that day my work will be accomplished, and I shall be blown away upon the Breath of the father.”[2]

Just a few years later, Hubbard dreamed up the scientology mythos and started a new religion. Because it is a documented historical fact that Hubbard honed his black magic skills with dark occultists, it seems more than likely that scientology is a front for the same sort of diabolic sorcery. Their behavior supports it. The two documentaries below reveal the brain washing and bullying techniques characteristic of the scientology cult and strongly support their status as dark occultists.

[1]  George Pendle. Strange Angel: The Otherworldly Life of Rocket Scientist John Whiteside Parsons . (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2006), Kindle Locations 3746-3747.

[2] Pendle. Strange Angel, Kindle Locations 3806-3812.