Autobiography by Email: More from Demian Allan Moonbloode

[It seems right to share with you some excerpts from Allan’s emails to me over the past decade or so, much of it intended for inclusion in my social history of the NROOGD. Except for light editing (fixing typos), adding some clarifications [like so], and arranging the bits in chronological order, I have left these in Allan’s own words.]I have been a wytch since I was 14 years old. I was searching for the wytches I saw in the magazine [Look] in the early 70s. Through Seph I found them in 1974 … [Read more...]

In Memory of Allan Lowe / Demian Moonbloode

Artemisia phoned me yesterday morning to let me know that Allan had passed over, because, she said, I was one of the rather few people he considered a friend and had asked her to call. Since his health had been declining for years, this was not a surprise, but it was nevertheless sad.Allan had sent me a memoir to be used in my Hippie Commie social history of the NROOGD. In it he said that he had seen the pictures of us in that Look magazine of 1971 and had come to California to look for us. … [Read more...]

Goddess Murder, 18: The Contention of Mary and Saul

XX. From The Acts of Mary [Excerpts from The Acts of Mary as translated by C.T. Edwards, A. Healy, L. Moresco, and S. Weiss] My husband, Joshua, was not the most handsome man I had ever seen, but the power of his personality made up for that. He radiated confidence, joy, safety. We knew he was a true prophet who spoke with the voice of God. All men and women who heard him wanted to follow him, just to be near him, but he chose only a few as the ones to be with him and hear his deepest te … [Read more...]

Goddess Murder, 17: Eddie’s First Circle

XIX. First Circle   Going SkycladOf course the first thing I want to doWith a naked woman is [seduce] her,But once that’s out of the way,The tension dissolved,We can turn to other work. God, if this world were truly human,We’d all just go to bed togetherWhenever we felt like it and wonderHow people could think it normalTo suffer continual raging thirst.  I arrived at Brendan and Megan’s at the appointed hour, carrying a large salad, p … [Read more...]

The Ocean Level and World Temperature Have Been Rising for 20,000 Years.

Google “Doggerland.” Look at the maps, read the articles about underwater archaeology.At the peak of the last Ice Age, 20,000 years ago, the ocean level was 400 feet lower than now. Europe extended far out into the Atlantic; the British Isles were its highlands. The Rhine and the Thames joined and flowed into the Atlantic. What is now the North Sea was a fertile plain and the home of the earliest civilization. The oldest city now known is under the North Sea, about parallel with Scotland. It … [Read more...]

Goddess Murder, 16: The Preaching of Mary

XVIII. From the Acts of Mary[An excerpt from The Acts of Mary as translated byC.T. Edwards,  A. Healey,  L. Moresco, and S. Weiss]Chapter V. On one day a man in the crowd called out to me, “What about divorce? Did your Mashiach allow divorce?”I replied, “Why do you ask about divorce? Why do you not ask about marriage? Great is the mystery of marriage. Without marriage, the world would not exist. Do you not know that the first commandment our God gave to us was to be fertile and mu … [Read more...]

Goddess Murder, 15: The Next Chapter and Editorial Remarks

XVII. Tighter Security Those who restrain desire, do so because theirs is weak enough to be restrained; and the restrainer or reason usurps its place and governs the unwilling. And being restrained, it by degrees becomes passive, until it is only the shadow of desire.William Blake “Hello.’“Hey, Bill, it’s Eddie.”“What’s up”“Could you meet me at the GESW admin building? Quickly”“Why?”“I just came from Brendan’s, heard from Alan about the breakin at his office. If whoever … [Read more...]

Goddess Murder, 14: The Beginning of The Acts of Mary

XVI. Return to Jerusalem  [From The Acts of Mary as translated by C.T. Edwards, A. Healy, L. Moresco, and S. Wise. The committee did not have this manuscript at the time of the events recounted herein, but we believe it and some others later made available should be included here to make the history clearer.]  I.  After Joshua had ascended to his Father, we returned from Galilee to Jerusalem. As we entered the city, we remembered how he had ridden a donkey into the city when he came for the Pa … [Read more...]

Goddess Murder, 13: The Other Two Gospels

XV. The Work Continues, 4  As the caterpillar chooses the fairest leaves to lay her eggs on, so the priest lays his curse on the fairest joys.William Blake “Seamus, what can you tell us about this Gaelic gospel?” I asked.“It is a translation of a gospel originally composed in Greek,” Seamus replied. “I’m not as familiar with all the Gnostic writings as some of you, but the story told here goes back to the era of Jesus, more or less.”“Is it about Simon Magus?” I asked.“Yes, b … [Read more...]

Goddess Murder, 12: Awakening

XIV. Awakening [From The Gospel According to Mary, as translated by C.T. Edwards, A. Healy, L. Moresco, and S. Wise]As I stood praying, I heard a voice say, “Mary.” I looked up and saw an angel, blazing with light. But then I recognized him. I cried out “Rabbouni!” and fainted at his feet.He reached down with his right hand and raised me up, saying, “Do not be afraid, my beloved. I have awakened from among those who sleep. I know who I am, and I am everyone.”“But how . . .” I began. … [Read more...]


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