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To: alt.satanism
From: xeper@aol.com (Dr. Michael A. Aquino)
Subject: Re: The NAMBLA Files
Date: 24 Aug 2001 19:01:49 GMT

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Responding to Scott Locklin, xganon
 wrote:

>>The animosity began only after Molestin'-Mikey
>>posted Brother Lupo's personal information to 
>>Usenet, when he became frustrated that Brother
>>Lupo didn't just dry up and blow away.
>
>>...and that's what really happened...
>
>Yet when the CoS and its members posted others'
>private information, you were one of those in the
>crowd that hailed it the work of a genius. In other
>words as long as it aint you, you're fine with this
>type of behaviour. How much more hypocritical
>can you get?! If you actually think anyone has any
>sympathy for your personal information issue after
>the way you behaved to same issues of others you
>are seriously mistaken.

First let's review the context of Locklin's aversion to
being accurately identified as the author of his
alt.satanism FAQ:

It advertised and provided contact information for:

(1) The post-1975 "Church of Satan" ... without alerting
readers that it was neither a church nor did it believe in
Satan, but was - as Anton LaVey ultimately swore under
oath in his bankruptcy filing, a personal business for his
private profit in direct violation of the requirements of its
original California corporate articles.

(2) The "Order of Nine Angles" aka David Myatt aka
Stephen Brown aka Christos Beest ... without alerting
readers that the "ONA" advocated literal "Satanic" human
sacrifice and published ritual texts containing it.

(3) The "Ordo Templi Baphe-metis" aka James Martin ...
without alerting readers that Martin is a self-stated
pedophile and, as he put it, "user of controlled substances -
one of our subsidiary organizations, the Cultus Cucurbitus,
investigates the magickal uses of psychoactive drugs."

(4) Kerry Bolton aka _The Watcher_ aka _The Heretic_
aka "Order of the Left-Hand Path" ... without alerting
readers that Bolton advocated neo-Nazi racial violence
[and also advertised Martin without any alerts].

Did I think it was unacceptable for a Setian I in the
Temple of Set to repeatedly publish such a FAQ on
alt.satanism, where it might well be read and referenced
by minors, or even by adults who might then ignorantly
blunder into dangerous situations? Yes, I did; hence my
insistence to Setian Locklin that he discontinue such
advertising immediately.

Did I/do I still consider the Temple of Set the only
authentic, reputable, and responsible religious institution
dedicated to and consecrated by the Prince of Darkness?
Again yes, as I have maintained since its founding in
1975.

So yes, I would without a moment's hesitation have
expected that in a responsible alt.satanism FAQ at
that time, only the Temple of Set would have been
recommended as an organization - and that if the
others-above had been mentioned at all, it would have
been to caution uninformed persons against them
for the reasons cited.

Could Locklin's FAQ have contained Q&As about Setian,
Satanic, or general LHP ideas not necessarily in
accordance with Setian philosophy? Of course;
that's where legitimate freedom-of-speech issues
pertain.

As to the exposure of Locklin's identity as author
of his FAQ, may I quote from a post by "Raven" on
3/24/99:

"Excuse me, has the alt.satanism newsgroup FAQ
suddenly become classified material?  It credits
"Scott Locklin (Lupo the Butcher)" in postings from
at least as far back as February 1996, down to this
month (March 1999), and I'd be surprised to learn
that he's been so credited without his consent:

"8 Feb 1996:
http://www.dejanews.com/getdoc.xp?AN=138486623.8

"3 Mar 1999:
http://www.dejanews.com/getdoc.xp?AN=450885117.9

"DejaNews lists 37 posts or segments from his ID in
which his name appears:
http://www.dejanews.com/dnquery.xp?ST=PS&QRY=
locklin&DBS=1&authors=ix@*io.com

"He's made no secret of his name, and here it was
relevant to observe that the post signed "IX Corp."
was from the same person about whom Kevin Filan
and I were disputing whether he had indeed been IX
Corp.'s treasurer, as signed in public at

http://www.corpcreations.com/raves.htm
(again using his real name)."

Q.E.D.

Michael Aquino

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