Friday, 29 January 2016

The Refugee Problem "SOLUTION"

Turn Refugees into Pioneers...

Thursday, 28 January 2016

Roundabout Frustrations - FIXED!!! - (Send to your MP)

Saturday, 12 December 2015

With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility - (for the teacher and the student) -

Here's a conversation I recently had on FaceBook:-

Marian Mohamoud
"do you know anyone that can help with body switch? as in exchanging bodies"

Shé D'Montford
"Yes I can - it is not hard - but Its not a simple explanation, some things have to be shown.."

Marian Mohamoud
"can't i just purchase this ritual or rituals online?"

Shé D'Montford
"Wow... It is a shame that so many now have this attitude... this is advanced stuff - you need the correct processes or you risk psychic psychosis... if you purchase anything claiming to be this online beware, its fake as needs to be taught properly. Face -to- face."

Marian Mohamoud
"what attitude? you're the one that said it was rituals (without any mention of training) that you get from a workshop, i can't be hanging about a workshop to be taught stuff, you made it seem like it was a buy and go thing."

Shé D'Montford
"That was all in your head -I never said anything about buy and go - This training takes years - there are no quick fixes - It is all easy ....when you know how... no short cuts -"

Marian Mohamoud
"' it seems more like you're just a bullshitter."
Well Marian is entitled to her opinion but no matter what she wants to tell herself the reality is this:
Advanced stuff takes advanced training

- all things are easy when you know how -
but not all people are worthy of learning them -

I take very few apprentices on - and I meet them usually through my workshops - and they prove themselves worthy
1) via their ethics and
2) determination over time -

There are NO SHORT CUTS - I had 2 teachers that gave me traditional training - It is a long process to learn properly.
Patience and commitment are pre-requisites.

Anyone who has ever done any of my workshops knows that the techniques I teach, work! My advanced techniques work just as well - but they have to be learned the right way.

From hard experience, I have learned to only teach these to people who are worthy
- Can you just imagine if someone with the obviously bad attitude that this Marian Mohamoud has, learned this advanced technique, imagine the damage she WOULD definitely do…. ???

"Great power requires great responsibility"
- I can't teach irresponsible people because I can't teach them how to be responsible and I cant teach people to use power in a good way if they are not good within themselves
- It takes time to find this out -
Teaching a person with character flaws advanced techniques, can have serious consequences.
(Isn't that what Star Wars is about?)

So sorry -
But I will only teach things that can be used to do damage to those I can trust to be responsible enough not to cause damage - and my trust must be earned and my trust once lost can not be regained.

Saturday, 5 December 2015

Babalon's Lament for Absent Friends and Lovers

Babalon's Lament 

for Absent Friends and Lovers

Lonesome and petulant I wander.
My clothes dirty and rent asunder.
Eyes red from tears. Hair unkempt.
A silent howl of grief unspent.

My lovers have me forsaken
One by one they were slowly taken
to the realm beyond the mortal veil,
Invisible, they cant hear me wail.

Beyond my touch or necessity
Yet my heart can’t set them free.
The love, from me they wanted
By their absence finally gotten.

My child’s protector, a Keen Colonel.
One my Wilde scallywag scoundrel.
One my father’s Chummy neighbour.
One the Barrier to shield my honour.

Clothe me in scarlet and pay your dues
You were my harlots, I was your muse.
Last survivors of an extinct race
Gathered to share our beauty and grace.

Foundling on the paths of solitude
One from the lonely road they did include.
The gift of their presence however brief
Has left me isolated in deep grief.

The crooked path to my hermitage.
Became their frequent pilgrimage.
Listening slightly out of breath,
We discussed life and love and death.

Their heart my silent song heard
They echoed me with their word.
Our discussions late and long
They wrote it down and passed it on.

I was by their words worshiped
Using Ogmius’ new transcript.
Sent through the spirit of the air
Though far they were always near.

With a peacock quill the faithful gods
Called fallen angels to do their jobs.
The secret and the ultimate power
Hid in a toad, cold and dower.

Hermetic rite with Tibetan voice
Egyptian Greeks made their choice.
Goetic beings rectified charter
As Crowley’s daughter seeks her father.

I took for granted their company.
I spent their time given wastefully.
I was content amongst the race of men
before we met. Now truly abandoned.

A life-time ago our fates decided
Strands woven together and artfully guided
In my father’s greatest tapestry
I the MoonChild of his destiny.

He sent them to me to ready the harness.
The creation is finished, so exit the artists.
Alone I must ride the back of the beast
As it rampages through life's great feast.

The monsters’ wisdom lingers on
Holy words for the thoughtless throng.
And now I see what we have done
You truly loved me one by one.

© Copyright She DMontford 6th December 2015 Gold Coast Australia

For Andrew D. ( Khidir) Chumbley, Stuart The Wilde One, Master A.B. Barrington (Numa Pompilivs Fides Macstrns) Vincent Sherman, Colonel Kenneth J.Ede SAS Australia.
You are so deeply missed. My loss is the world’s loss.

Sunday, 15 November 2015

Religions Worship God Whilst Both Warring Sides Pray To Him

Most people, Muslim, Christian, and atheist alike, are loving normal human beings. We all share the higher attributes of love, compassion etc. 
But, Religions do not. 
Religions can be used to swell hatred and animosity against others with murderous results. Friction between humans can be ugly, especially in war. 

My concern is that any god who advises to kill people demonstrates it is not authentic. 

We, as human beings, know we should not glorify any scripture that declares God, or any wholesome spiritual guide, as an advocate of "Murder." That holds for the Old testament, the Bhagavad Gita or any other aberrant 'divine revelation'.

True divinity is not petty. It is not vengeful. 
The divine does not hate a smaller lesser being, simply because it disagrees with it. A divine being does not punish with hell-fire, people who are disbelievers of any divine truth. The divine has pity on people who torture themselves. The divine keeps a reflection in front of us that shows us that our hatred of others is

People who commit atrosities in the name of religion really hate themselves so much, they look for outside justification for their spite. They know what they are doing is so despicable they dont want to take responsibility for it themselves.

Here is a great revelation:
The divine finds atrocities atrocious. 
The Divine does not approve of hate crimes just because the are committed in the name of the divine.
The divine does not condone crime, war, murder or hate. 

These things are not divine.
These things are not the problem of the Divine. These things are the problem of those who want to commit them.
If these perpetrators had no, supposedly, god given excuse they would be forced to admit to their own motive. Their vicious hatred of others is a hatred of themselves.

The Divine wants us to behave in a Divine manner.

So we have to logically question any person or misinterpreted book that encourages less than divine behavior in the name of any god.

This should be the test of true divinity.
The mark of people who are truly acting in a "divine" way should be their "humanity."

We have to question why the The God of the Bible and the Torah and the Koran is portrayed by his writers as being so very bloodthirsty and vengeful. The Koran is in fact less war mongering than the other two. Many sura of the Koran speaks of war and killing, yet, commands the faithful to be merciful, forgiving to their enemies, tolerant of religions other than their own, protective of other's places of worship and to behave in a fair manner, with strict rules for just engagement.

By contrast the Bible describes god as being Jealous and Vengeful many times eg:

"The Lord is a JEALOUS & VENGEFUL God; the Lord is vengeful & strong in ANGER."
Naham 1:22 

"When the Lord your God brings you into the land where you are entering to possess it, and clears away many nations before you…you shall utterly destroy them. You shall make no covenant with them and show no favor to them. Furthermore, you shall not intermarry with them…. For they will turn your sons away from following me to serve other gods. Then the anger of the Lord will be kindled against you and He will quickly destroy you. But thus you shall do to them: You shall tear down their altars, and smash their sacred pillars, and hew down their Asherim, and burn their graven images with fire."
Deut. 7:1-5

The Bible and the Torah are politically genocidal books in essence. They contain more chapters devoted to political conflicts than are devoted to spiritual philosophy.  Both old and new testaments encouraging the eradication of nations that are not the chosen/saved race. 

"Only in the cities of these peoples that the Lord your God is giving you as an inheritance, you shall not leave alive anything that breathes. But you shall utterly destroy them, the Hittite and the Amorite, the Canaanite and the Perizzite, the Hivite and the Jebusite, as the Lord your God has commanded you, so that they may not teach you to do according to all their detestable things which they have done for their gods, so that you would sin against the Lord your God." 
Deut. 20.16-18

Revelations see The Messiah slaughter the gathered nations until the blood reaches the horses bridles for 350 furlongs. Why? To establish God's kingdom for the chosen few. Really, what sort of divinity does that? Is this really a prophecy that any decent human being wants fulfilled?

Wars and genocide feature in The Bible and the Jewish texts far more than the Koran - The Koran actually preaches decent and fair treatment of all peoples regardless of their religion. Whereas the bible preaches viciousness even to children:
I, the Lord your God, am a JEALOUS God, PUNISHING THE CHILDREN for the sins of the fathers for 3 or 4 generations..
Ex 20:5 

...Yes. I the lord will give rewards to the one who

Ps 137:9

Yet, All these religions worship the same god. However, the bloodiest wars in the world have been fought whilst both sides pray to him... 

EVERYONE should be looking at ALL religions and asking:  
"If you really represent the Divine personality,
then WHY are you doing this???

Why aren't religions being a force for divine kindness, peace and unity?

It is time for all religions to attune themselves to the higher divine aspects of being humane.

Saturday, 14 November 2015

Paris Terrorist Are Not true Islamics or Muslims

Terrorist Are Not true Islamics or Muslims

The Koran does not condone criminal behavior.
It is time for Islamic and Muslim peoples world wide to condemn these actions of those who perform such horrendous crimes in the name of your faith...

Make no mistake - these terrorist are criminals of the worst kind according to Islamic law. For this reason the Koran commands : 

"…And whoever commits injustice among you — We will make him taste a great punishment." (Quran 25:19)

"…and do not let the hatred of a people prevent you from being just." (Quran 5:8)

The Koran condemns murder - these attacks in Paris were murders of innocents.
The Koran condemns rape and compels all Islamic men to protect ALL women.
The Koran condemns stealing other people’s land and their food. As we see in the following verses:

"Beware!  Whoever is cruel and hard on a non-Muslim, curtails their rights, burdens them with more than they can bear, or takes anything from them against their free will; I (Prophet Muhammad) will complain against the person on the Day of Judgment." (Abu Dawud)

"Indeed God, Mighty and Majestic, has not allowed you to enter the homes of the People of the Book(Christian Islamic or Jewish) except by their permission, nor has He allowed you to hit their women, nor eat their fruit ..." (Abu Dawood)

"And if any one of the polytheists (Pagans)seeks your protection, then grant him protection so that he may hear the words of God (the Quran).  Then deliver him to his place of safety." (Quran 9:6)

The Quran instructs Muslims to treat non-Muslims courteously in a spirit of kindness and generosity:
"Beware!  Whoever is cruel and hard on a non-Muslim, curtails their rights, burdens them with more than they can bear, or takes anything from them against their free will; I (Prophet Muhammad) will complain against the person on the Day of Judgment." (Abu Dawood)

"If it had been your Lord’s will, they would all have believed – all of who are on earth!  Will you then compel humankind, against their will, to believe?" (Quran 10:99)

Not only does Islam give the freedom of religious freedom to non-Muslims, its tolerant law extends to the preservation of their places of worship:

"(They are) those who have been evicted from their homes without right — only because they say, ‘Our Lord is God.’  And was it not that God checks the people, some by means of others, there would have been demolished  monasteries, churches, synagogues, and mosques in which the name of God is much mentioned (praised).  And God will surely support those who support Him (meaning His cause).  Indeed, God is Powerful and Exalted in Might." (Quran 22:40)

Unbiased Western historians acknowledge these facts.  LeBon writes:
‘The tolerance of Muhammad towards the Jews and Christians was truly grand; the founders of other religions that appeared before him, Judaism and Christianity in particular, did not prescribe such goodwill.  His caliphs followed the same policy, and his tolerance has been acknowledged by skeptics and believers alike when they study the history of the Arabs in depth.’

The Koran even insists on fair treatment of non-Muslim enemies in battle
 "Go into battle, but do not go to extremes, behave treacherously, mutilate their dead, or kill children."

"God does not forbid you from those who do not fight you because of religion and do not expel you from your homes – from dealing kindly and justly with them.  Indeed, God loves those who act justly.  God only forbids you from those who fight you because of religion and expel you from your homes and aid in your expulsion – (forbids) that you make allies of them.  And whoever makes allies of them, then it is those who are the wrongdoers." (Quran 60:8-9)

Al-Qarafi, a classical Muslim scholar, describes the depth of the meaning of "dealing kindly" referred to in the above verse.  He explains the term:
‘…gentleness towards the weak, providing clothing to cover them, and soft speech.  This must be done with affection and mercy, not by intimidation or degradation.  Furthermore, tolerating the fact that they may be bothersome neighbors whom you could force to move, but you do not out of kindness towards them, not out of fear or financial reasons.  Also, praying they receive guidance and [thus] join the ranks of the blessed with external reward, advising them in all wordily and spiritual matters, protecting their reputation if they are exposed to slander, and defending their property, families, rights, and concerns.  Assisting them against oppression and getting them their rights.’

"O you who believe!  Stand out firmly for justice, as witnesses to Allah, even though it be against yourselves, or your parents, or your kin, be he rich or poor, God is a Better Protector to both (than you).  So follow not the lusts (of your hearts), lest you avoid justice; and if you distort your witness or refuse to give it, verily, Allah is Ever Well-Acquainted with what you do."(Quran 4:135)

All evidence in Islamic Law points towards protecting the people of the covenant.  Al-Qarafi, another classical Muslim scholar, wrote:
‘The covenant is a contract that has conditions that are compulsory for us, for they are under our protection as neighbors, and the covenant of God and His Messenger, and the religion of Islam.  If someone harms them with inappropriate speech, defamation, any type of harassment, or is an accomplice to such actions, then he has made light of the covenant of God, His Messenger, and Islam.’

It is time for Islamic and Muslim peoples world wide to condemn these actions of those who perform such horrendous crimes in the name of your faith... These criminals are giving Allah, Mohamed and your faith a bad name - Please publicly condemn them or the media will confuse the public. If all good Islamic and Muslim men and women stand together in condemnation of these criminals acting totally in contradiction of the principles of your faith, then you will be truly protecting not only your families but also the reputation of your faith, which these criminals are turning into a fowl stench, rather than it being the perfume of heaven. (Firdas.)

Sunday, 25 October 2015

The Lapis Ritual

Whilst here in Singapore, several of us have visitations from a departed colleague Barrington Vincent Sherman, and we had visions of a ritual based upon the axis of a star and the appearance in our visions of a lapis coloured dragonfly.  For this, and the that fact that our pilgrimage and ritual series to Egypt looms closely upon the horizon and for various other reasons, we were determined to perform the ritual of

Liber Liberi vel Lapdis Lazuli
Adumbratio Kabbalae Aegyptiorum
'being the Voluntary Emancipation of a certain Exempt Adept from his Adeptship. These are the Birth Words of the Master of the Temple. The nature of this book is sufficiently explained by its title. Its seven chapters are referred to the seven planets in the following order: Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Sol, Mercury, Luna, Venus. Given in magical language an account of the Initiation of a Master of the Temple.
This is the only parallel, for Beauty of Ecstasy, to "Liber LXV".' Also known as The Book of Lapis Lazuli.

Mines, in what is known as the Badakshan area of Afghanistan today, were being worked for Lapis at least six thousand years ago.  This source of Lapis may be the oldest continually worked set of mines in the world, as the same mines operating today supplied the sought-after stone to the pharaohs.  Believed to have occult powers, Lapis Lazuli was often made into amulets and talismans.  In Ur, kings were known to sharpen their swords on it, believing from this they would become invulnerable.  The stone was also used by the Assyrians and Persians for making seals.

The Sumerians believed that Lapis Lazuli contained the spirits of the deities.  In ancient Egypt it was often used as an inscription stone for various passages from "The Book of the Dead" wherein the 140th chapter it states that Lapis in the shape of an eye and set in gold was an amulet of great power.  Egyptians regarded it as the stone of the gods, partly because it reminded them of the starry heavens, but also because, as shown in the Papyrus Ebers, it had medicinal properties that improved eyesight when worn in the form of the Eye of Horus amulet or when powdered around the eyes as many Egyptian did.

Lapis Lazuli was one of the stones in the "Breastplate of Judgement" of Aaron, as described in the Bible.  In ancient times, Lapis Lazuli was known as Sapphire (not to be confused with today's blue corundum variety Sapphire).  Ancient writers such as Pliny refer to "sapphirus" as a stone speckled with flects of gold -- obviously a reference to Lapis Lazuli.
Long ago, Lapis was used to make the pigment called Ultramarine, which literally meant "beyond the sea".  It was used by medieval artists for the blue cloak of the Virgin Mary.  Due to its rarity and expense, today that color pigment is usually now synthetically made.

The Vision and the Voice page 108 states
if one of these were to cast off his cloak he should behold the brilliance of the lady of the Æthyr; but they will not.
And yet again there is another cause wherefore He hath permitted them to enter thus far within the frontiers of Eden, so that
His thought should never swerve from compassion.
But do thou behold the brilliance of Love, that casteth forth seven stars upon thine head from her right hand, and crowneth thee with a crown of seven roses. Behold! She is seated upon the throne of turquoise and lapis lazuli, and she is like a flawless emerald, and upon the pillars that support the canopy of her throne are sculptured the Ram, and the Sparrow, and the Cat, and a strange fish.
Behold! How she shineth!
Behold! How her glances have kindled all these fires that have blown about the heavens!
Yet remember that in every one there goeth forth for a witness the justice of the Most High.
Is not Libra the House of Venus?
And there goeth forth a sickle that shall reap every flower.
Is not Saturn exalted in Libra?
Daleth, Lamed, Tau.
And therefore was he a fool who uttered her name in his heart, for the root of evil is the root of breath, and the speech in the silence was a lie.

Also in
The Book of the Law
33. Be ready to fly or to smite!
34. But your holy place shall be untouched throughout the centuries: though with fire and sword it be burnt down & shattered, yet an invisible house there standeth, and shall stand until the fall of the Great Equinox; when Hrumachis shall arise and the double-wanded one assume my throne and place. Another prophet shall arise, and bring fresh fever from the skies; another woman shall awakethe lust & worship of the Snake; another soul of God and beast shall mingle in the globed priest; another sacrifice shall stain the tomb; another king shall reign; and blessing no longer be poured To the Hawk-headed mystical Lord!
51. There are four gates to one palace; the floor of that palace is of silver and gold; lapis lazuli & jasper are there; and all rare scents; jasmine & rose, and the emblems of death. Let him enter in turn or at once the four gates; let him stand on the floor of the palace. Will he not sink? Amn. Ho! warrior, if thy servant sink? But there are means and means. Be goodly therefore: dress ye all in fine apparel; eat rich foods and drink sweet wines and wines that foam! Also, take your fill and will of love as ye will, when, where and with whom ye will! But always unto me.

Additionally, Just a year prior to his death, Raoul Loveday, the Thelemic Saint, had the following poem published in Oxford Poetry, 1922:

“Sing now of London

At fall of dusk;

A summer dragonfly-

Crept from the husk.

Dragonfly, on whose wing 

Run golden wires;

So, down a street pavement,

Lamps throw their fires.

Dragonfly, whose wing is pricked 

By many a spark;

Electric eyes of taxis

Bright through the dark.
Dragonfly, whose life is

Cold and brief as dew,

Drone now for London dusk,

Soon dead too.”

Echoing the fate of our dear Barrington.

The next day we had a visit from this little fellow… A lapis coloured Dragonfly, who centred it attention upon the focus of our ceremonial work,. Dragonflyies are rarely seen in Singapore and never to so persistently hang around people in a residential area.