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– Bristol City Council new committee system once US-style mayor is ejected in May
– Isaac Kneebone-Hopkins, freelance Bristol journalist, joins Tony and Martin. He has written articles for Tribune, and Bristol Cable. Recent UK by-elections.
– Marvin’s ‘One City’ plan – what is it? Planning in Bristol – cutting down of trees. Labour Party zoom call during Covid story. Bristol Shows the Cost of Starmer’s War on Labour
– Israel “allowed” October 7th Hamas’ attack in order to get a “green light to do whatever they bloody want”. Rochdale Labour candidate Azhar Ali said
– Who is Labour’s former Rochdale candidate, what did he say and what’s the latest? Labour has withdrawn support from its Rochdale by-election candidate Azhar Ali
– Starmer urged to suspend ALL Labour Councillors in meeting. Mike Katz, the chair of JLM, suggested that even attendance at the meeting could be enough to warrant suspension.
– Marvin Rees, Sky News, on his friendship with Navalny, who died suddenly in Russian prison camp today on the first day of the NATO Munich Security Conference.
– Bristol Planning Corruption 1: St. Mary le Port development Bristol DELAYED SIX MONTHS we’re rather pleased since we did a story last week about planning corruption
– Bristol Planning Corruption 2: Government threatens Bristol council with planning takeover if it doesn’t improve The backlog of undecided planning applications is so big
– Andre Kelin, Russian Ambassador to UK, interviewed on Sky News – UK, Russia relations – Trump. NATO expanding east. Ukraine conflict.
– Bobby Kennedy junior – Biden is not fit to run for president RFK Jr: Jill Biden should suggest Joe step aside if his cognitive abilities are diminished
– Julian Assange court case on 20th/ 21st February. John Shipton, Julian’s Dad, on what the court case is about, and the ongoing incarceration of his son.
– Martin Summers appears to be in denial about King Charles’s key role appointing UK ministers, civil servants, military, judicial, intelligence and police chiefs.
– Oh yes, and having his wife Diana murdered .
– The Freedom of Information Act came into force in 2005. It says that anyone can request information and records held by any public body except HRH
– Al Jazeera. Lt. Col. Peter Turner of IDF lying about IDF attack on Nasser hospital.
– BBC PM presenter pushes Israeli on Nasser hospital attack.
– Patients die at hospital as France warns Israel against ‘catastrophic’ Rafah attack
– Julian Assange’s father John Shipton: ‘US Deep State Pursuing Chaos agenda’
– Julian Assang’s father John Shipton on US furthering CHAOS and how the deep state works. Drop the Charges on Assange says Amnesty.
– Big High Court demo Tue 20th & Wed 21st Feb 24 to Free Julian Assange – Day X is here: The last chance in the British courts to stop Julian Assange’s extradition
– Russian Artist Threatens to Dissolve $45 M. of Artworks by Picasso, Rembrandt if Julian Assange Dies in Prison
– US Launches Airstrike in Somalia, Says Two al-Shabaab Killed – The US signed a deal on Thursday to build five new military bases for the Mogadishu-based government – Africom
– But AFRICOM is notorious for undercounting civilian casualties, and US military operations in Somalia are shrouded in secrecy. AFRICOM lists as a key strategic objective
– Matt Campbell on the court case over his brother’s death in twin towers on 9/11. IC9.org legal site. We are the family of Geoff Thomas Campbell — our beloved son and brother
– Jordan Durante on how the murder of his grandfather, a Freemason, was covered up, and when he tried to reopen the case, he had attempts on his life.
– Modern Satanists proudly flaunt their reverence for genuine 19302 SS dagger – Frank Helman’s 1985 documentary The Occult Experience examines occultism (Satanism)
– NOT The BCfm Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling

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Part One – Local and National News Review

Isaac Kneebone-Hopkins, freelance Bristol journalist, joins Tony and Martin. He has written articles for Tribune, and Bristol Cable. Recent UK by-elections. Isaac’s article is being published soon on what Bristol Council may look like after Marvin. How will Bristol’s new committee system work? They are known informally as the committee committee, with the group set up to consider how Bristol City Council will be run from May next year facing many major questions. After the next local election, the council will be run by a series of committees instead of a directly elected mayor, but it’s still far from clear exactly how this will work. Questions include what powers a council leader will have, how the public can get more involved in decision-making, spreading power out of City Hall and across Bristol, who represents the city to the government, and how quick decisions can be made in emergencies. Since the referendum in May 2022, a dozen councillors have been regularly meeting behind closed doors to thrash out these details and hear evidence from experts. On Friday, the committee committee – officially called the committee model working group – met for the first time in public. One main question facing the working group is what role and powers a future council leader will have. Regardless of the future committees, the working group agreed that the council would need a single leader to represent the city politically, be a focal point for decisions, and negotiate with the government in Westminster. But how much power should this one person have? As well as having less political power than the mayor, a future council leader would also be selected in a different way. Bristol mayor Marvin Rees and his predecessor George Ferguson were both directly elected by voters, but council leaders in most parts of the country are selected by a majority vote of councillors. This would allow councillors to boot out future leaders halfway through their term, if they were unpopular, while mayors must stay for the whole duration of their term.

Marvin’s ‘One City’ plan – what is it? Planning in Bristol – cutting down of trees. Labour Party zoom call during Covid story. Bristol Shows the Cost of Starmer’s War on Labour Members – from 2021 By Darran McLaughlin Last week, Labour lost control of Bristol council after a swing to the Green Party across the city – a sign that its leadership’s move rightwards and war on party members has real electoral costs. On the surface, the South West appeared to offer some solace for Labour among the dire local election results nationally. Marvin Rees won re-election as Mayor of Bristol and Dan Norris became the new West of England Combined Authority Mayor, a gain from the Conservatives. But dig a little deeper and the picture is a worrying one for Labour. The Party previously held 35 out of the 70 seats on Bristol city council, but after losing 13 to the Green Party over the weekend, has now lost overall control. Corbynism and the movement it brought about produced some of the Party’s best results in Bristol, but a meddling South West Labour bureaucracy and the lack of vision nationally is now pulling Labour backwards. During the Corbyn era, there was massive growth in Labour Party membership and support in Bristol. At its 2019 height, my Bristol West CLP was the largest in the country with over 4000 members. The city is also home to one of the strongest local Momentum groups and hosts the brilliant Bristol Transformed, the strongest regional example of the World Transformed festival. Our CLP sent hundreds of activists all around the South West during the 2019 election, even sending some to train members in canvassing in nearby cities and towns, and by all accounts succeeded in creating a buzzing activist culture of which any local constituency party would be proud. But the last year or so has been marked by a Labour establishment counter-revolution that has suspended activists and interfered with local Party democracy in a way that has completely demobilised our activist core. After passing a motion in support of Jeremy Corbyn in the wake of his suspension, the South West Regional Office suspended myself, the chair of Bristol West, and the chairs of Bristol North West and Bristol East.

Israel “allowed” October 7th Hamas’ attack in order to get a “green light to do whatever they bloody want”. Rochdale Labour candidate Azhar Ali said Israel deliberately let Hamas attack on Oct 7th – Azhar Ali: Who is Labour’s former Rochdale candidate, what did he say and what’s the latest? Labour has withdrawn support from its Rochdale by-election candidate Azhar Ali this week, with the aspiring MP’s past alleged comments on Hamas, Israel and Jews in the spotlight. Here is what you need to know about what’s happened, who Labour’s now-ex-candidate is, how he got selected and how the Labour party has responded. Why is Azhar Ali in the headlines, and why has Labour withdrawn support? Azhar Ali apologised “unreservedly” after the Mail on Sunday claimed he told a meeting last year that Israel “allowed” Hamas’ attack on October 7th in order to get a “green light to do whatever they bloody want”. The comments sparked heavy criticism, including from Labour itself, over the weekend and on Monday. Shadow minister Nick Thomas-Symonds told broadcasters Ali’s words were “completely wrong”, and “in no way represent” Labour’s views. The Jewish Representative Council of Greater Manchester called the reported comments a “conspiratorial narrative”, “highly offensive” and “completely fictitious”. Here is what Ali himself tweeted: Then the Daily Mail published a further story on Monday night including a recording in which someone claims that “the media, and some of the people in the media from certain Jewish quarters, were giving **** about what he said”. The Mail claims the recording is of Ali last year, talking about the suspension of Labour MP Andy McDonald for using the phrase “between the river and the sea”.

Starmer urged to suspend ALL Labour Councillors in meeting. Mike Katz, the chair of JLM, suggested that even attendance at the meeting could be enough to warrant suspension. He said: “To be in that meeting, to have heard that rhetoric, to have been a bystander … whether councillors, whether MPs, they’re there to promote community cohesion.” Genocide in Gaza. Democracy under attack? Britain now in recession – Sunak’s five pledges – failed. Growing debt crisis in 3rd World – bank problems. British Gas makes big profits while our energy bills go up.
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Marvin Rees, Sky News, on his friendship with Navalny, who died suddenly in Russian prison camp today on the first day of the NATO Munich Security Conference. Navalny dies on first day of Munich Security Conference, where his wife is. Main opposition in Russia is Communist Party. Amnesty International said Navalny couldn’t be a prisoner of conscience due to his racist views.She highlighted a 2007 video in which Navalny rails against “cockroaches” while images of apparently Muslim men were flashed on screen. He then goes on to “shoot” an actor playing an attacker who seemed to be wearing traditional Muslim clothing. Jung said: “Let’s be very clear, he advocated shooting dead Muslims.” In another video, Navalny dressed as a dentist, appearing to compare immigrants to rotten teeth. Jung said that Navalny’s case compared unfavourably with that of Nelson Mandela, who had prisoner of conscience status removed in 1964 when he was convicted of offences related to the armed struggle against South Africa’s apartheid regime.

Bristol Planning Corruption 1: St. Mary le Port development Bristol DELAYED SIX MONTHS we’re rather pleased since we did a story last week about planning corruption arund this multi-billion scheme – recession and development. Rentier economy. Bristol Post – Central Government may take over Bristol Planning – failing Bristol special needs budget £37m overspend. Bristol Council weak as it needs money – from developers? Work won’t begin on Bristol’s biggest eyesore development until later this year – Developers were given permission 18 months ago but nothing has happened since Work to demolish one of Bristol’s most prominent empty eyesores – and replace it with a controversial development of offices, bars and shops – has been delayed again, and won’t now start until the middle of this year. The plan to demolish three 1960s bank buildings at the southern end of Castle Park, and replace them with three new modern office buildings, was given planning permission back in September 2022, but 18 months on nothing has happened and the developers still haven’t brought in the demolition crews. Bristol Live understands the work on the new St Mary Le Port development was set to start this month, but that has been put back to at least the summer, and could be even later this year. The plans were put forward by a company set up for the purpose, called St Mary Le Port Bristol GP, which was owned by a mixture of firms including large-scale developers Federated Hermes. After a long and controversial battle, councillors granted permission for the scheme back in December 2021 – more than two years ago now. There was a lengthy delay while that decision was challenged. Both Bristol Civic Society and the Government’s own heritage body Historic England objected to the plans, and in January 2022, the Civic Society lodged a formal application to Government minister to call in the application and order a public inquiry, because they claimed what was planned would damage the setting of the historic core of Bristol’s original city centre.

Bristol Planning Corruption 2: Government threatens Bristol council with planning takeover if it doesn’t improve The backlog of undecided planning applications is so big that the Government has now intervened The Government has written to Bristol City Council telling them that the city’s planning service is failing and if it doesn’t improve, Whitehall civil servants could take charge of deciding planning applications in Bristol instead. A senior civil servant at the Department of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities has written a letter to Bristol City Council informing council chiefs that the council is failing to properly undertake its duty as the planning authority for Bristol, and included a threat to ‘designate it’ – which means it would be put into the equivalent of ‘special measures’ and the Government could give people applying for planning permission the option to go straight to them rather than wait for City Hall to decide. If you own a mouse, you have to try this game. No Install. Play for free.Combat Siege The lengthy backlog of planning applications being dealt with, and the time taken for the council to decide on an application, has triggered the letter from Charlotte Spencer, the director of the Leasehold, Land and Planning Systems at the DLUHC. It means now the city council has to respond to the Government and outline whether there are any errors in the statistics, or whether there are any exceptional circumstances affecting Bristol that could explain the lengthy backlog. Bristol’s Mayor Marvin Rees has blamed funding cuts from central Government for a huge backlog of planning applications that still haven’t been dealt with at City Hall, but said the planning service in the city has already begun to improve. After Bristol City Council responds, the Government department’s senior civil servants will assess whether they need to ‘designate’ Bristol City Council. A planning authority being ‘designated’ means the council has to produce an improvement action plan and work with the Government’s DLUHC ministry to improve things, but it also means people submitting planning applications in Bristol could instead submit them directly to the Government’s Planning Inspectorate, bypassing the long waiting list at City Hall.Russia gains Avdiivka in Ukraine. Tucker Carlson’s interview with Putin discusses UK PM Boris Johnson scuppering the peace deal between Ukraine and Russia. Boris Johnson gives his reply – frenetic – in denial of course
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Andrew Kelin, Russian Ambassador to UK, interviewed on Sky News – UK, Russia relations – Trump. NATO expanding east. Ukraine conflict.

Bobby Kennedy junior – Biden is not fit to run for president RFK Jr: Jill Biden should suggest Joe step aside if his cognitive abilities are diminished Kennedy also addressed the JFK-motif Super Bowl ad aired by his super PAC, saying he apologizes to any family members whose feelings were hurt Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., was asked whether he believes President Biden should step aside at the end of his first term after a special counsel’s report found him to be an “elderly man with poor memory.” Kennedy told Fox News if he were in Biden’s position, he would hope someone in his own family would politely suggest he step away from the political limelight if his mental acuity is as diminished as special counsel Robert Hur suggested. “I think anybody can make up their mind about [Biden’s situation] as well as I can. I hope that if he has the kind of cognitive challenges that the special counsel indicated he has, and if I were in that position, a member of my family or staff would approach me and assist me in gently stepping down,” Kennedy said on “Jesse Watters Primetime

Julian Assange court case on 20th/ 21st February. John Shipton, Julian’s Dad, on what the court case is about, and the ongoing incarceration of his son. Will European Court of Human Rights free Julian? Vote in Australian Parliament to free Assange. War with Russia being talked up by NATO. A forum about Assange in Sydney on 9th March.

Martin Summers appears to be in denial about King Charles’s key role appointing UK ministers, civil servants, military, judicial, intelligence and police chiefs. Oh yes, and having his wife Diana murdered . The Freedom of Information Act came into force in 2005. It says that anyone can request information and records held by any public body. There are of course some exemptions, to protect national security and the safety of individuals. But whether it’s documents held by the prime minister’s office or records stored in your local town hall, you have a right to ask to see it. The monarchy is excluded entirely from this law. You have no right to ask the royal household for any documents or information. That’s our head of state, the most public of public authorities, totally exempt from freedom of information law. You don’t have the right to know anything about what they’re doing, or what they’re spending. Any letters, emails or documents being passed between government and other public bodies and the royals are also exempt. So if Charles or William are trying to influence government policy, whether on health, the environment or the military, you have no right to know about it. Patrizia Opulenza poem about Marvin.
Bitchute video of complete show – Essentials: Michael Hudson | Blackrock/Vanguard | Tony on Brexit & The Traitors of Arnhem | Evolution | War between God & Lucifer | Plan for three World Wars | Armageddonists I have known: Nick Land (1975-8) | George Monbiot (1995-8) | Aanirfan | Manna for the Revelation Generation: CONSPIRACY CLASSICS, longer interviews/lectures

Part Two – International news review, Accelerationist, Armageddonist reports and investigations

Couldn’t get through to Vanessa Beeley in Damascus for live interview on Gaza. Ongoing genocide in Gaza. Qatar. Al Jazeera. Lt. Col. Peter Turner lying about IDF attack on Nasser hospital. BBC PM presenter pushes Israeli on Nasser hospital attack. Sanctions on Israel? War on Gaza: Patients die at hospital as France warns Israel against ‘catastrophic’ Rafah attack Israel’s foreign minister says it is coordinating with Egypt over fears of a refugee influx into Sinai Five Palestinian patients died at Khan Younis’s Nasser hospital on Friday as a result of a raid by Israeli forces, while the international community continued to warn against a “catastrophic” invasion of Rafah. The patients died due to a lack of oxygen caused by an Israeli-imposed power outage that has severely restricted supplies, according to health officials. On Friday, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said it was trying to gain access to the hospital, where thousands of patients, displaced people and medical staff were sheltering before being forced out at gunpoint on Thursday. “There are still critically injured and sick patients who are inside the hospital,” WHO spokesperson Tarik Jasarevic said. “There is an urgent need to deliver fuel to ensure the continuation of the provision of life-saving services … We are trying to get access because people who are still in Nasser Medical Complex need assistance.” The Israeli military has defended the raids on what is now the largest functioning hospital in Gaza as “precise and limited”, claiming that they had detained dozens of “terrorists”, without providing any evidence.

Julian Assang’s father John Shipton on US furthering CHAOS and how the deep state works. Drop the Charges on Assange says Amnesty. ‘Drop the Charges,’ Says Amnesty Ahead of Key Julian Assange Hearing – “The risk to publishers and investigative journalists around the world hangs in the balance. Should Julian Assange be sent to the U.S. and prosecuted there, global media freedoms will be on trial, too.”

Big High Court demo Tue 20th & Wed 21st Feb 24 to Free Julian Assange – Day X is here: The last chance in the British courts to stop Julian Assange’s extradition – The UK High Court has confirmed that a public hearing will take place on Tuesday 20 February and Wednesday 21 February 2024. The two-day hearing may be the final chance for Julian Assange to prevent his extradition to the United States. If extradited, Julian faces a sentence of 175 years for exposing war crimes committed by the United States in the Afghan and Iraq wars. Many have already agreed to come and show their support. Expect to hear from Apsana Begum, Tim Dawson, John Hendy, Richard Burgon, Peter Oborne, Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell, Zarah Sultana, Chris Hedges, Andrew Wilkie, Tariq Ali, Rebecca Vincent, Ben Westwood, Sabrina Tucci, Clare Daley, Mick Wallace, Chip Gibbons and more.

Russian Artist Threatens to Dissolve $45 M. of Artworks by Picasso, Rembrandt if Julian Assange Dies in Prison by Tessa Solomon LONDON, ENGLAND – JUNE 24: Protesters hold up a sign that says ‘Free Julian Assange’ by the Assange statue on June 24, 2023 in London. Protesters gather in Parliament Square around the artwork called ‘Anything To Say’ by Davide Dormino, which depicts Edward Snowden, Julian Assange, and Chelsea Manning all standing on chairs and an empty fourth seat for members of the public to ascend and say their piece. (Photo by Martin Pope/Getty Images) A Russian artist has vowed to dissolve masterpieces by Pablo Picasso, Rembrandt, and Andy Warhol with acid if Wikileaks founder Julian Assange dies in prison. As first reported by British broadcaster Sky News, Andrei Molodkin claims to have 16 modern and contemporary artworks collectively worth $45 million stored in a 29-ton safe alongside an “extremely corrosive” substance. The works are allegedly stored in boxes connected via a pneumatic pump to two barrels—one containing acid powder and the other an accelerator capable of causing a chemical reaction that would decimate the vault’s interior.

US Launches Airstrike in Somalia, Says Two al-Shabaab Killed – The US signed a deal on Thursday to build five new military bases for the Mogadishu-based government – Africom – US surrounding Iran. The US military announced on Wednesday that it launched an airstrike in Somalia against al-Shabaab on February 9 in support of the US-backed Mogadishu-based government. US Africa Command (AFRICOM) said the strike was launched in the vicinity of Yaq Dabel in Jubala, Somalia’s southernmost province. The attack marks the first known US airstrike in Somalia for the month of February. AFRICOM announced two airstrikes in January. The command claimed the February 9 airstrike killed two al-Shabaab fighters and that the “initial assessment” found no civilians were harmed.

But AFRICOM is notorious for undercounting civilian casualties, and US military operations in Somalia are shrouded in secrecy. AFRICOM lists as a key strategic objective the defeat of the “Al-Qaeda network.” The US Trans Sahara Counter Terrorism Partnership (TSCTP) trains and equips “partner nation forces “ to preclude terrorists from establishing sanctuaries and aims to “ultimately defeat violent extremist organizations in the region.” Apparently, after ten years of “the war on terror” an omnipotent al-Qaeda now ranges across Algeria, Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal and Tunisia in Africa, across the Middle East, Afghanistan, Pakistan, the UK and is such a threat within the United States itself as to require a $56 billion “Homeland Security” annual budget. The al-Qaeda threat, a hoax as likely as not, has become Washington’s best excuse for intervening in the domestic affairs of other countries and for subverting American civil liberties. Sixty-six years after the end of World War II and 20 years after the Collapse of the Soviet Union, the US still has an European Command, one of nine military commands and six regional commands. No other country feels a need for a world military presence. Why does Washington think that it is a good allocation of scarce resources to devote $1.1 trillion annually to military and security “needs”? Is this a sign of Washington’s paranoia? Is it a sign that only Washington has enemies?

Matt Campbell on the court case over his brother’s death in twin towers on 9/11. IC9.org legal site. We are the family of Geoff Thomas Campbell — our beloved son and brother who perished on 11 September 2001. In 2013, an inquest was finally held for Geoff and nine other British victims whose remains had been repatriated to the UK. Following a hearing that lasted less than two hours, the Coroner concluded on the basis of no evidence whatsoever that the impact of AA11 caused the North Tower’s collapse and thus Geoff’s death: We are seeking a fresh inquest to establish that the true cause of Geoff’s death was the explosive demolition of the North Tower. Sadly, the Attorney General for England and Wales on January 4th of this year unlawfully refused our application for a second time after having withdrawn her first unlawful decision last September in response to our threat of judicial review. (Our full statement about the AG’s new decision is here.) We now need to raise £60,000 for barrister’s fees by March 5th so that we can seek judicial review of the Attorney General’s decision in the High Court, where we are confident of prevailing. Our deadline to file for judicial review is April 3rd.

Jordan Durante on how the murder of his grandfather, a Freemason, was covered up, and when he tried to reopen the case, he had attempts on his life. On the evening of 26 October 1988 Durrant attended a Masonic function at the Connaught Rooms in Covent Garden in his role as treasurer of the Anglo-Dutch lodge (established 1942, erased 2014 due to lack of members). He then had dinner with friends at the Sugar Loaf pub at 40 Great Queen Street (now Philomena’s Irish Bar and Kitchen) before heading home. The first puzzle is how he got to Surbiton. Did he get a train from Waterloo? It appears there were no definite witnesses to his journey apart from a possible sighting at Surbiton station. That evening his wife Margaret was visiting their son Christopher for dinner. Later that night, concerned that he had not made contact, she and Christopher decided to head back to the couple’s home at 12 Cranes Park Avenue. After entering the three-bedroom house shortly before midnight, they discovered James Durrant lying dead on the floor. He had been killed with a single blow to the front of the head with a heavy, blunt but smooth edged weapon similar to a baseball bat. He had also suffered a knife wound to the upper half of his body, according to newspaper reports. There may also have been other, undisclosed injuries. Detectives found no sign of forced entry, suggesting he was either surprised when he entered the house or was accompanied by the killer as he made his way inside. Nothing was missing from the scene other than his dark leather wallet containing cash and miscellaneous correspondence, which suggested that the motive was unlikely to be robbery. The killer had not bothered to take other cash found on the body. The porch door had been closed but left unlocked after the murder. Neither of the murder weapons had been left at the scene. At a press conference a few days later, Margaret Durrant described the killing as “very puzzling”. She was not aware of anything that might suggest he was in danger and rejected any suggesting that there was a link to his membership of the Masons. Instead she and Christopher claimed that the killer could have been a drug addict or someone in need of money who followed the victim home from the railway station.
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Modern Satanists proudly flaunt their reverence for genuine 19302 SS dagger – Frank Helman’s 1985 documentary The Occult Experience examines occultism as practised in different parts of the world. Satanist lady describes what Satanists believe, in themselves but also in the Prince of Darkness, who may be the leader of a coven or lodge, but they do not ‘worship’ him. This film interviews many Occultists from various traditions including the founders of the Temple of Set Michael Aquino and Lillith Aquino. It also includes Anton Lavey’s San Francisco California Church of Satan Satanists and shows H.R. Giger’s art
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