James Franco’s Occult Experience (NSFW Video!)

Actor/musician/scholar/curator/bon-vivant/flâneur/bohemian/author James Franco is at it again, caressing the occult and hoping it won’t snap back. In December, Franco was supposed to be the vessel for the invocation of the Martial force of Bartzabel in a ritual designed by that great mage Aleister Crowley and performed by hip occultist Brian Butler. Only Franco didn’t show (he allegedly missed his flight), and clearly Bartzabel didn’t either, since the Not-James-Franco-Actor recited the exact same same lines from Crowley’s original work with rehearsed, overwrought precision which kinda made me wonder if this had all been a bait and switch. The event had great set dressing though, and featured Twilight: New Moon actress Noot Seear as one of the acolytes.

Now Franco’s back in the magick mode, directing two videos of the remixed song “Love in the Old Days” (which is blandly catchy) from his band Daddy that are loaded with occult imagery and are NSFW. Again, these videos are NSFW because of naked breasts. These NSFW videos feature ritual elements, Baphomet, esoteric images, and one of occultism’s few living legends, filmmaker Kenneth Anger, author of Hollywood Babylon and the guy who taught Anita Pallenberg how to nail a frog to cross, per author Tony Sanchez’s Up and Down with the Rolling Stones. And naked breasts.

Franco’s use of masked figures call to mind The Wicker Man (and David Icke’s fear of shape-shifting, flesh-eating reptiles who are allegedly the Royal family). But it remains to be seen if they’ll upset One Million Moms and Focus on the Family with their devilistic intent  and naked breasts.

(And btw the LA Times just wishes Franco would go away)

HT: Disinformation

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8 Responses to "James Franco’s Occult Experience (NSFW Video!)"
Elliott | Thursday August 15, 2013 07:12 pm 1

self love – he does that well


ThingsComeUndone | Thursday August 15, 2013 07:45 pm 2

Ah the Occult a reminder of the time when organized religion provided Men with clean Temple Girls for a price.

Herod Antipas became ruler of the land through the ancient “Sacred Marriage” with the High Queen Mariamne, a priestess of the Triple Goddess Mari-Anna-Ishtar who was popularly worshiped at the time of Christ (B,C,D,E *). This Goddess was noted for her triple-towered temple or “magdala.” It is important to note that much of the imagery in the Gospels, especially regarding the Marys, corresponds to the worship of this Goddess Mari-Anna-Ishtar (B,C,D,E *). This will be explored in more detail in the following sections.


http://www.northernway.org/twm/mary/magdalene.html

Whether Mary was one or not I’ll let others argue. Christians discovered however they could use guilt to get paid and like true Republicans realized if they used guilt they don’t need to split the cash with the girls.


ThingsComeUndone | Thursday August 15, 2013 07:48 pm 3

Today’s Psychic Hotlines yesterday’s Oracle at Delphi, or local seer. The Church realized that much like pot today it was impossible to establish a church approved monopoly so they declared the competition Witches and burned them at the stake.
Today drug companies just send Obama’s Storm Troopers to pot stores.


ThingsComeUndone | Thursday August 15, 2013 07:58 pm 4

Osiris, the god of wine, was worshiped throughout the entire country (Lucia, 1963b, p. 152). The Egyptians believed that this important god also invented beer (King, 1947, p. 11), a beverage that was considered a necessity of life; it was brewed in the home “on an everyday basis” (Marciniak, 1992, p. 2).

Both beer and wine were deified and offered to gods. Cellars and winepresses even had a god whose hieroglyph was a winepress (Ghaliounqui, 1979, p. 5). The ancient Egyptians made at least seventeen varieties of beer and at least 24 varieties of wine (Ghaliounqui, 1979, pp. 8 and 11). Alcoholic beverages were used for pleasure, nutrition, medicine, ritual, remuneration (Cherrington, 1925, v, 1, p. 405) and funerary purposes. The latter involved storing the beverages in tombs of the deceased for their use in the after-life (King, 1947, p. 11; Darby, 1977, p.576).

http://www2.potsdam.edu/hansondj/Controversies/1114796842.html

Getting wasted used to often be a religious thing I am sure they got a piece of the profit. Then the Protestants came around and realized drunk workers slowed down productivity.
But since they were not going to reduce the work week, do anything about workplace injuries, etc the need for alcohol survived.
Plus everyone needs a drink or something else once in a while or they turn into uptight religious nuts.
Plus they realized even though they won’t admit it its the Opium of the Masses and prevents rebellions.
But it all worked out in the end everything else but alcohol got made illegal which let the 1% demonize one group and use fear of crime to further divide the workers.


ThingsComeUndone | Thursday August 15, 2013 08:00 pm 5

Formal Occult stuff I fear is like organized religion. I keep my tarot cards to myself and read dream interpretations on the Net.
Any good deeds I do because I want too not because I fear hell.


ThingsComeUndone | Thursday August 15, 2013 08:02 pm 6

I think we can tell if an organized religion has gone bad when they stop fighting for people and pick a group to fight against. Or they talk about Hell more than they talk about doing good deeds.


ThingsComeUndone | Thursday August 15, 2013 08:04 pm 7

Organized religious ritual whether its Christian or Occult seems a bit silly to me.


Lisa Derrick | Thursday August 15, 2013 09:04 pm 8

There is power in ritual, if done with intent and focus. And it does some take organization to do a good working!


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