Luis García Chapinal
Eslogan: NO HAY MÁS LEY QUE EL HACER TU VOLUNTAD. EL AMOR ES LA LEY. EL AMOR BAJO LA VOLUNTAD. Presentación: "Un hombre que ejerce su Verdadera Voluntad cuenta con la inercia del Universo para asistirle." +SABER+ +QUERER+ +OSAR+ +CALLAR+ (((((+AMAR+))))) No hay más Ley que "Haz tu Voluntad". El Amor es la Ley, el Amor bajo el dominio de la Voluntad. 93:93/93. Motivos para presumir: Hermes Trimegistus Edgar Cayce Caroline Myss Agrippa Franz Bardon Merlin John Dee Austin Osman Spare Faustus Edward Kelley Peter J Carroll Nicolas Flamel Eliphas Levi Ramsey Dukes St Germain Aleister Crowley Carlos Castaneda Phil Hine Semiramis Medea Circe Apollonius of Tyana, wizard Apuleius, author of a magical novel Elymas, Jewish magus who opposed Paul on Cyprus Heraclitus, philosopher important in occultism Hermes Trismegistus/Thoth Iamblichus, neo-platonist philosopher, espoused theurgy Iannes and Mambres, magicians at Pharaoh's court mentioned in the New Testament Julian, practiced occult theurgy Plato, philosopher important in occultism Plotinus, neo-platonist philosopher important in occultism Simon Magus, magician mentioned in New Testament The Witch of Endor, Biblical witch and spirit medium Abraham Abulafia, kabalist "messiah" Gilles de Rais, serial killer accused of sorcery Nicholas Flamel, alchemist Ramon Llull, syncretic mystic Abramelin the Mage, alleged author of a grimoire Francesco Giuseppe Borri, alchemist Sir Thomas Browne, hermetic author Arthur Dee, hermetic author Athanasius Kircher, Jesuit priest, wrote on magical subjects Benevenuto Cellini, sculptor whose diary relates experience summoning spirits Christina of Sweden, abdicated Queen who dabbled in alchemy Giordano Bruno, occult philosopher Edward Kelley, medium who assisted John Dee Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, occult philosopher, astrologer Henry Percy, "Wizard Earl" Johannes Reuchlin, German cabalist magician, summoned angels Johann Weyer (aka Johannes Wierus), German physician, occultist and demonologist. Dr John Dee, seer, astrologer, and occult philosopher Nostradamus, soothsayer, seer, astrologer Olaus Borrichius, alchemist Paracelsus, medical pioneer and occult philosopher Robert Fludd, occult philosopher and astrologer Sir Walter Raleigh, practiced alchemy Rudolph II, Holy Roman Emperor, employed alchemists Johannes Trithemius, cryptographer and magical writer Adam Weishaupt, founder of the Illuminati Antoine Court de Gebelin, connected tarot and esotericism Martines de Pasqually, theurgist founder of the Ordre des Chevliers Maçons Elus Coëns de l'Univers Louis Claude de Saint Martin, founder of martinism, writer known as the Unknown Philosopher "La Voisin", French sorceress Count of St Germain, alchemist Etteila, fortune-teller Françoise Athenaïs Rochechouart, marquise de Montespan, another royal mistress Giuseppe Balsamo, "Count Alessandro di Cagliostro," occult charlatan Sir Isaac Newton, physicist and alchemist lgernon Blackwood, member of the *Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn Allan Kardec, founder of Spiritism Arthur Machen, member of the *Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn Marie-Anne Le Normand, fortune-teller favoured by Joséphine de Beauharnais Alexis-Vincent-Charles Berbiguier de Terre-Neuve du Thym, French demonologist Arthur Edward Waite, occult author and Golden Dawn member Edgar Cayce, voyant Eliphas Lévi, occult author Evangeline Adams, astrologer to the famous Francis Barrett, wrote a book on magic Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, founder of Theosophy John George Hohman, American wizard Marie Laveau, American voodoo practitioner Papus, pseudonym for Gérard Encausse, occult author Pekka Ervast Finnish Theosophist Stanislas de Guaita, occult author Samuel L. MacGregor Mathers, Golden Dawn founder William Blake, poet of the occult Dr. William Wynn Westcott, cofounder of the *Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn Aaron C. Donahue. prophet, magician, remote viewer and self proclaimed luciferian. he has his own internet radioshow. Anton Szandor LaVey, Founder of The Church of Satan, author of five books on the subject of Satanism, including The Satanic Bible and The Satanic Rituals. Draconis Blackthorne, Satanist, Church of Satan Warlock, author of several books on the subject of Ritual Magic and social commentary, founder of The Order of The Black Dragon. Margot Adler, witch and NPR reporter Kenneth Anger, disciple of Crowley Fairuza Balk, actress and owner of witchcraft store Franz Bardon, occult author, magician Frater Velado, occult author, painter, Lay Brother of the True Rosicrucian Order Christian Bernard, Imperator of AMORC Ior Bock, Finnish cult leader Isaac Bonewits, occult author Aisling Bronach, editor of Traditions Magazine Raymond Buckland, Wiccan author Zsuzsanna Budapest, feminist witch William S. Burroughs, member of the Illuminates of Thanateros W. E. Butler, occultist and esoteric author William Butler Yeats, poet, Golden Dawn member, astrologer Peter Carroll, occult author, co-founder of the Illuminates of Thanateros Constant Chevillon, the head of FUDOFSI Andrew D. Chumbley, occult artist and author. Magister of the Cultus Sabbatai Andrew Collins, author and noted Psychic Quester Aleister Crowley, occult author, poet, magician, astrologer Maya Deren, filmmaker Ramsey Dukes, occult author Gerina Dunwich, witch and occult author Julius Evola Dion Fortune, occult author Henri Gamache, authority on the Evil Eye Gerald Gardner, founder of Wicca Kenneth Grant, Occult author and Outer Head of the Typhonian OTO Robert Graves, poet and mythographer Rene Guenon Manuel Cabrera Lamparter, Tau Baphomet I, founder OTOA Jaq D. Hawkins, occult author Max Heindel, author of The Rosicrucian Cosmo-Conception Phil Hine, occult author Frater Adsum Iterum (Auxilior Arti), occult author, magician, a principal of Companions of the Glyph Alejandro Jodorowsky, filmmaker, comic book writer William Lyon MacKenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada Albert S. Kivinen, Finnish occultist Gareth Knight, occult author Timothy Leary, member of the Illuminates of Thanateros Dave Lee, occult author Sybil Leek, witch and occult author Ralph Maxwell Lewis, Imperator of AMORC Harvey Spencer Lewis, founder of AMORC Alan Moore, occultist and comic-book creator Jack Parsons, occultist and rocket scientist Israel Regardie, occult Author, magician, pupil of Crowley Virginia Kent Roberts, occult author Ray Sherwin, occult author, co-founder of the Illuminates of Thanateros Pamela Colman Smith, Golden Dawn member, artist, did tarot deck Austin Osman Spare, occult artist Starhawk, witch and occult author Rudolf Steiner, founder of anthroposophy Gary L. Stewart, founder of Confraternity of the Rose Cross, past Imperator of AMORC, Knight Commander of the OMCE Valentin Tomberg, Christian mystic and mage Julian Vayne, occult author John L. Westbrook, former politician Joshua Wetzel, occult author Robert Anton Wilson, occultist and author.