I just found out Feral House is releasing a book by William Sims Bainbridge in May called Revival: Resurrecting the Process Church of the Final Judgement.
One of the main thrusts of the new Process site has been the denial of the reality of satanic ritual abuse & the promotion of the false memory syndrome explanation, blaming it all on hysterical Christians, delusional patients, and unethical therapists.Who is seeking to destroy all esoteric religious movements, starting with The Process Church of the Final Judgement? The Process was the most fascinating innovative cult of the 1960s, then vanished for four decades before being virtually reborn by the use of information technology.Revival seems to be fiction, yet it's based on fact and explores the implications of the internet, and the disintegration of conventional faiths. As reported in the author's anthropological study, Satan's Power, the Process was polytheistic, asserting the union of Jehovah with Lucifer, and the unity of Christ with Satan. Each Process member was a fragment of a god, with a corresponding personality trait: Jehovah = Discipline, Lucifer = Liberation, Christ = Unification, Satan = Separation.
Before the first page of this book, the computer magician who resurrected the Process Church was murdered. Was this man Christ?
Christianity may be the opposite of what it seems, a Satanic plot that subconsciously preaches, 'Release the fiend that lies dormant within you, for he is strong and ruthless, and his power is far beyond the bounds of human frailty. Come forth in your savage might, rampant with the lust of battle, tense and quivering with the urge to strike, to smash, to split asunder all that seek to detain you.' Can the surviving Processeans achieve the hopes expressed in their blessing: 'May the life-giving water of the Lord Christ and the purifying fire of the Lord Satan bring the presence of love and unity into this assembly'?
Feral House (which also published serial murder Ian Brady) is directly involved in the Process Revival, not just with this latest work, but with their 2009 release from ex-Processean Timothy Wyllie. I was reading about Genesis P. Orrige and the Temple of Psychic Youth this morning and came upon this:
In this predominant viewpoint, these occult groups have come about independently and are attempting to liberate themselves and humanity from the oppressive combined forces of Christianity and government, and they are the victims of slander and framing.
My question is: who really believes this at this point? Does Wyllie? Bainbridge? Parfrey? If they do, then why aren't they addressing all the mounting evidence that it's simply not true and admitting that they may have been duped ~ or explaining how & why others have been duped into believing that these groups are inextricably tied up with high level programs like MKULTRA?
I am generally curious, puzzled, as it seems all-too-tempting to just write all these individuals off as simply paid liars (operatives), especially when I know people who know them....