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Feb 05

John Dewey Allee

Ashley Ann Lewis

Ashley Ann Lewis

Director / Dept Chair Occult at National Paranormal Society
Ashley became interested in the paranormal at a young age, but at that young age she did not have much understanding in it at all. I wasn’t until 2010 that she really became interested. Thanks to a Resolve carpet cleaning can that flew across the room, Ashley among three others who witness what happen that night, they pulled a team together. Ashley is a heavy researcher and though she may find the answer to what she is searching for she’ll search even harder. She’s overly determined and takes her part in the paranormal field very seriously. Between working hard and spending every dime she had she became a found of a paranormal team that is based out of Historic Louisiana and was honored to take on a position as a Representative with The National Paranormal Society. There is still so much she does not understand which drives her to work even harder and to further educate herself on everything.
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John Dewey Allee (March 8, 1951 June 2, 2014) at 11:13 am
He told everyone to note the time of his transition as it would offer his first message.

John 11:13 states New International Version
Jesus had been speaking of his death, but his disciples thought he meant natural sleep.When he was told that he was going to go into a coma before his death due to colon cancer mets to the liver (he was a survivor for ten years without any medical treatment than surgery for the first eight)

John was born in Boston, Mass and lived in Chelsea until the family moved to Watertown, Mass when he was nine. John showed promise as a poet and an artist from a young age. In his teen years, John studied psychology and fell in love with the works of Wilhelm Reich. He studied the works of Hare krishnas, rosicrucians, theosophists and masonry during his young adult years. He served in the national guard and the army from 1968-1970. During this time, he also married Anne Allee at a young age and both joined the Church of Satan around 1970. The marriage ended ten years later.

Anne Allee left to the Temple of Set with Michael Aquino. John maintained his Satanic beliefs as he studied ceremonial magic and planned to run his own organization. He met his twin flame, Lillee Allee, in 1984 at a radio remote big band performance broadcast on WMRE, Boston. Lillee was the host of the broadcast and John was the guest vocalist with the Al Vega Trio at Paris 26 Restaurant in Newtonville, MA.

After this, he adopted the persona of Lord Egan, John published a Satanic magazine, Brimstone, for two years and started a Satanic cable television, Go to Hell, on the Cape Cod cable channel. In 1993, John launched the First Church of Satan with Lord Egan as the high priest and “dark pope” on the internet with meetings in Salem, Mass. He was laughingly referred to as the first warlock of Salem. (Warlock is a term used in Satanic groups.) He also studied under Pat Hardy with the Temple of Set and exchanged information with other Satanic leaders in the 1990s. John was credited with the first documented death curse, and interviewed by NBC’s Forrest Sawyer. He also performed a Satanic baptism on international television. He and Lillee were also listed as a “couple beyond help” on Jerry Seinfeld’s Marriage Ref. John and Lillee were interviewed on many radio and televisions nationally and internationally.

In 2003, John married Lillee in a spiritual ceremony on the Summer Solstice. They created ASTra, the Allee Shadow Tradition, a middle path organization that accepts and utilizes right and left hand practices. John worked as a psychic and demonologist for paranormal investigations. Lillee and John published their book, Right and Left of Center: Finding balance in your mundane and magical life, in 2007. John was relentless in helping and supporting other cancer survivors until the end of his life. He went on para-x radio for the last month of his life to share his thoughts on transitioning and death. He passed away at the Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY with support from Rev. Rauncie Ryan as his spiritual advisor and with the support of many Western New York pagans.

This material came from his wife and not from a website.

Feb 02

Michael A. Aquino

Ashley Ann Lewis

Ashley Ann Lewis

Director / Dept Chair Occult at National Paranormal Society
Ashley became interested in the paranormal at a young age, but at that young age she did not have much understanding in it at all. I wasn’t until 2010 that she really became interested. Thanks to a Resolve carpet cleaning can that flew across the room, Ashley among three others who witness what happen that night, they pulled a team together. Ashley is a heavy researcher and though she may find the answer to what she is searching for she’ll search even harder. She’s overly determined and takes her part in the paranormal field very seriously. Between working hard and spending every dime she had she became a found of a paranormal team that is based out of Historic Louisiana and was honored to take on a position as a Representative with The National Paranormal Society. There is still so much she does not understand which drives her to work even harder and to further educate herself on everything.
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michael_aquinoMichael A. Aquino (1946-), U.S. Army officer and founder of the Temple of Set, is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara (B.A., 1968; Ph.D., 1980). In 1968 he joined the army as a specialist in psychological warfare. The next year he joined the Church of Satan. His career in the church was put on hold while he served a tour of duty in Vietnam, but shortly after his return to the United States in 1971, he was ordained as a Satanic priest and organized a group (termed a grotto) that met at his home.

Aquino rose to a position of prominence in the Church of Satan, but became dissatisfied with the leadership of church founder Anton LaVey. He opposed LaVey’s arbitrary leadership and atheistic approach to religion. LaVey actually denied the existence of Satan. In 1972 Aquino resigned and was joined in his revolt by Lilith Sinclair, another prominent leader on the East Coast. In 1975 he sought a new mandate to operate by invoking the devil. Satan responded by appearing as Set, the ancient Egyptian deity, and gave Aquino a document, The Book of Coming Forth by Night. He authorized Aquino to found the Temple of Set to supersede the Church of Satan. Aquino created a new religious society built around the worship of Set, of whom Satan is one derivation.

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During the 1980s Aquino gained some degree of fame when the media became aware that an army officer led a Satanic group. The temple became the subject of criticism, and Aquino was charged with fabricated tales of Satanic child abuse. Aquino, an officer who has an exemplary record, was investigated and found innocent of any wrongdoing. The molestations he was accused of perpetrating were traced to a fellow officer. Meanwhile, he continues his professional career and his leadership in the temple.

Taken from: http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-3403800290.html

Jan 12

Evangeline Adams

Ashley Ann Lewis

Ashley Ann Lewis

Director / Dept Chair Occult at National Paranormal Society
Ashley became interested in the paranormal at a young age, but at that young age she did not have much understanding in it at all. I wasn’t until 2010 that she really became interested. Thanks to a Resolve carpet cleaning can that flew across the room, Ashley among three others who witness what happen that night, they pulled a team together. Ashley is a heavy researcher and though she may find the answer to what she is searching for she’ll search even harder. She’s overly determined and takes her part in the paranormal field very seriously. Between working hard and spending every dime she had she became a found of a paranormal team that is based out of Historic Louisiana and was honored to take on a position as a Representative with The National Paranormal Society. There is still so much she does not understand which drives her to work even harder and to further educate herself on everything.
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250px-EvangelineAdamsEvangeline Smith Adams (February 8, 1868 at 8:30 am — November 10 or 12, 1932) was a well known late-19th / early 20th century American astrologer, based in New York. She ran a thriving astrological consulting business, gained widespread notability for successfully defending her astrological practice in court, and wrote a number of popular books about astrology including, Astrology: Your Place in the Sun (1927), Astrology: Your Place Among the Stars (1930), and her autobiography, The Bowl of Heaven (1926). While Aleister Crowley ghostwrote her books on astrology, Adams is an acknowledged contributor to Crowley’s own astrological text The General Practice of Astrology. She has been described as “America’s first astrological superstar”.

Biography
Adams was born on 8 February 1859 in Jersey City, New Jersey, to a conservative family. Her father died when she was 15 months old. Before Adams began working as an astrologer full-time, she became engaged to a Mr. Lord, who was believed to be her employer. Although she said that she was initially in love with him, she lost any feelings that she had for him and subsequently broke the engagement.

She was the “companion” of Emma Viola Sheridan Fry (educator, journalist, playwright, suffragist) in the late 1920s to early 1930s. Thousands of subscribers to her astrological newsletter followed her advice to invest in stocks during the run-up to the Stock Market Crash of 1929. Evangeline Adams died in 1932.

Astrological practice and controversies

It was towards the end of her career that Adams took to publishing books and raising her profile within popular media. For most of her working life, she ran a thriving astrological practice based on consultation by person or mail. This grew to employ several assistants and stenographers. For a number of years Adams employed Aleister Crowley as a ghost-writer. Their business relationship eventually turned into an acrimonious one, which brought copyright issues of “who really wrote what”, with regards to Crowley’s General Principles of Astrology (now settled with the book being attributed to Crowley but with a recognized contribution by Adams).

Adams was arrested three times in New York for fortune telling, in 1911, 1914 and 1923. Although practicing astrology was not legal at that time, all the cases brought against her were unsuccessful, and the May 1914 trial brought particular notability due to the Judge’s acquittal “of all wrong doing” and praise of her skill, after she gave him an astrology reading describing the character of his son from his birth data.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evangeline_Adams
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