Occult History: Martinez de Pasqually and the l’Ordre de Chevaliers Maçons Élus Coëns de l’Univers

Martinez de Pasqually (1727-1774) the founder of the l’Ordre de Chevaliers Maçons Élus Coëns de l’Univers – Commonly referred to as the ‘Elus Cohens’ in 1761 was the tutor, initiator and friend of Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin and Jean-Baptiste Willermoz, and therefore regarded as the originator of martinism…Martinez de Pasqually was initiated in the darkest secrets of Haiti and many of his contemporary followers seem involved in Black Magic and brainwashing cults connected to the worst experiments in the Mind Control field.
The most historically important Vodou ceremony in Haitian history was the Bwa Kayiman or Bois Caïman ceremony of August 1791 that began the Haitian Revolution, in which the spirit Ezili Dantor possessed a priestess and received a black pig as an offering, and all those present pledged themselves to the fight for freedom but only a few initiated people knew that the priestess was secretely involved with Martinez de Pasqually’s leading magical group in the island. This ceremony ultimately resulted in the liberation of the Haitian people from French colonial rule in 1804 but the ‘Elus Cohens’ were banned from the High Degree masonic systems i those years for fear of their secret practices connect to Voudou.

Later on nearly a century ago another Freemason involved in the Martinez Tradition Lucien-Francois Jean-Maine had a magickal son that was born November 18, 1924, who was named Hector-Francois with the daughter of the Voudou leader in Haiti. The relationship of the O.T.O.A. to “La Couleuvre Noire” and Martinism can be checked out in the following websites and their connection to celebrated Black Magicians in the west like A.Crowley and illuminati adepts like Teodhor Reuss or celebrated occultist like Papus are disturbing:

Before you attack Pat Robertson please study the dark side of Haitian history unfortunately connected to some of the darkest moments of the Craft!

Leo Lyon Zagami


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