By Don Croft <firstname.lastname@example.org>
November 23, 2004
I am writing to you because of Don's article "Witches,"
which I read on educate-yourself.org. I know you are very busy with your
work and so I understand if you do not have the time to reply to this.I
am hoping you can help me. I am a witch...but not the kind of witch everyone
else seems to be. I am not a Wiccan and I am not a neopagan.
I do not belong to any group or school. I just love the Earth
and the universe and the plants, minerals, animals and people that compose
it, and I believe in and try to practice magic for the good of all. I have
not had much success at finding either resources for study or fellow witches
to learn from/study with...just a lot of meaningless workshops, colored
candles, and Llewellyn books (nearly all of which seem to perfectly exemplify
the "dry stream" syndrome Don has described)...not to mention
even more secret clubs that make me uncomfortable. This has left me with
feelings of despair and loneliness.
I am a student and I have been trying to learn from Nature.
But I am having trouble understanding a lot of things.
Can you explain to me who the "Watchers" are? I
have never been comfortable with the idea, nor the way other witches seem
to gloss over the concept as they give honor to these mysterious entities
every time they create a circle. I have been wondering lately if these are
in fact custodial alien/gods, and if so, how has this compromised witchcraft?
Frankly, this isn't the only part of modern "witchcraft"
as practiced in the Western world that troubles me. Almost everything bothers
me, from the half-hearted attempts at ritual to the lack of witches living
their faith by making magic a part of everyday life. And no one seems to
know the things I am trying to find out, or if they do, their knowledge
is reserved for a select few. This does not seem to me to be for the good
I know that magic is real, and I firmly believe that in the
future magic and science will form a new school of study. I want to be part
In the last few months I have had the pleasure of reading
Don's Daily Reports and the Adventures series. I have started wondering
if orgone is the answer to my perennial questions about magic and how it
Can you explain orgone and orgonite to me in terms a witch
would understand? I so very badly want to believe that I can pour some resin
and change the world, but I have fallen for so many "magic bullets"
before that I don't want to rush blindly ahead. I guess what's keeping me
from making orgonite is my lack of understanding. I don't want to make a
If you have any insights from a witch's perspective to share
regarding the "watchers," the state of the world, magic and orgone...anything
at all, I would be very grateful.
Yours with love,
From Don Croft:
Kate, I'm CCing this response to Carol and she'll no doubt contact you directly
but I'll also answer from my own perspective, since you sent this to me
first. Thanks for the kind words about my offerings on e-y.org, by the way.
There are watchers, and then there are 'Watchers.' In fact,
most of us have been smacking the watchers who shouldn't be peeking at us
and these are the Great White Brotherhood's etheric minions. Those minions
guide the affairs of all the 'Wiccan' and other Luciferic organizations
that preach 'love and light' but are actually instruments of decay.
The vast majority of folks will aggressively avoid changing
their pajamas for work clothes and the ones who are still dreaming, but
pretending to be awake, are satisfied with substituting cheap psychism for
genuine spirituality. These are the newage chumps who are addicted to incomprehensible
rituals, expensive workshops and 'guided group meditations' and they're
also the ones who revert to religious
fundamentalism, which is another wing of the mind control agenda.
I call the ones who watch and guide us, 'The Operators,' in
hope that this generic term will help guarantee that this approach will
never be institutionalized. Conspiracy is a human characteristic. If we
don't choose to conspire with people and entities who are genuinely self
sacrificing and addicted to serving others, we naturally end up with the
fakers by default. There are no fence sitters these days, as far as I can
tell. The genuine seeker, which you seem to be, won't commit to any approach
until his/her heart finally dictates that it's genuine and that approach
is the only the proper way.
Carol's perspective is probably conditioned on a subliminal
level by her considerable Indian heritage, and she's otherwise been in direct
contact with some African witches during her visits to the dark continent,
so has gotten some pretty sound confirmations from that. Also, due to some
pretty bizarre cirumstances in childhood, she was both spared direct mind
control by the usual CIA Monarch Program interference and also spared the
suppression that most gifted psychics are hammered with as children in order
to coerce them into abandoning their calling then. In her case, as perhaps
in your case, it was her isolation as a child that guaranteed that her gift
wasn't subverted or suppressed.
I suspect that you also happily avoided that overbearing conditioning
or we wouldn't be having this conversation. You're a rare one, if so; no
wonder you feel kind of isolated. I haven't seen that people who don't have
a psychic or energy senstivity gift are particularly interested in magic,
at least in an other than superficial ways. We can explore that more if
you want. We're always glad to find 'untouched' psychics to work with.
My application of magic is pretty mundane, actually, which
you probably already know or else you wouldn't have asked me to forward
this to Carol 8)
Magic is something most white folks don't consider essential
to life. That's the result of many generations of etheric bludgeoning by
the occult/corporate world order, of course. This is the robot race; the
engine for global exploitation. It's terrific that more and more white folks
are waking up to our true natures, which are spiritual. Physicality is the
accidental bit of our existence and in order to be effective, we first need
to realize that. Anyone in a white society who knows this naturally feels
isolated and even ostracized. Thankfully, the internet lets us all connect
and satisfy that natural yearning for recognition and wholesome companionship.
I think the internet is a sign that we're on the threshold of maturity as
The medium for magic is orgone, though of course that's an
arbitrary term. The nice part of using the term, of course, is that it has
no ideological baggage at all. If you call it 'chi' or 'prana' you may be
inviting a trainload of ideological baggage into the discussion but of course,
orgone is chi and prana. Maybe the term that will end up being used, though,
is 'ether.' That's a pretty innocuous word, after all, and probably more
universally acceptable. If Dr. Reich were alive, he'd probably agree. I
don't think he'd want his name to be the stamp for what will likely turn
out to be the basis for all of the 'next level' tech beyond electronics
and electricity. He sure did start us all down this path of exploration,
As you mentioned, magic and science are inseparable. As we
move along this new highway, the old paradigm, dark magical pursuits, characterized
by noisy but persistent neopaganism and 'Wicca,' are clearly revealed as
infantile and inadequate. I don't feel a particular need to fight these
slightly dangerous groups, other than to draw attention to their inappropriateness
in the emerging paradigm. As far as Carol and I can tell, they're all simply
window dressing for Monarch Programs. Humanity is at the threshold of spiritual
maturity, after all, and grownups don't need mind toys like those or the
omnipresent Theosophical/masonic artifacts.
Carol and I watched NATIONAL TREASURE last night and the 'treasure'
was a big room full of dusty. semi-precious antiques hoarded by freemasons
(very telling). The treasure we've been uncovering is individual empowerment
and if this weren't a real treasure, there wouldn't be so many thousands
people around the world following our example and 'paying their own way'
as a genuine, unorganized grassroot movement.
Anyone can do real magic now by 'gifting' and the confirmation
is visible in the atmosphere for even the least talented or sensitive among
us. The value of the more magically talented is their ability to provide
the rest of us with supportable, in-depth analysis of the environmental
dynamics of orgonite and of predator-blasting.
The inborn ability of every sentient being to discern reality
on a soul level, as shown by the outward expression of our instincts and
hunches, imprints these confirmations in our conscious mind through the
sharing process that's been facilitated by the internet.
I sign some of my articles, 'Carol Croft's husband,' because
I need to remind people that without the genuine magicians, there would
be no grassroots, global movement around this 'gifting' effort, nor would
I have anything to write about that most would find worth reading unless
one were particulaly interested in destroying the parasitic organisms in
one's body ;-)
Persia has a history that's rarely spoken about, but in coming
days we might be looking at that, due strangely to the fact that this treasonous
federal government is actively interested in firebombing and irradiating
Teheran and generally butchering the whole country.
Zoroastrianism originated there. It's a Divinely revealed
religion, in my opinion, which is based in the practice of magic. The Magi
are spoken of favorably in the Old and New Testaments. Zoroaster was a direct
descendant of Abraham through His Aryan wife, Katurah. I have a personal
theory that Buddha was also descended from that line, but I don't know enough
to support that opinion.
Carol's been studying an ancient Persian divinination discipline
for many years, finally written down and promulgated by Robert Camp when
the last of a particularly ancient order of the Magi were approaching death.
I think the Gypsies use their own adaptation of that old practice. Carol
can tell you more, of course.
Zoroaster was also a descendent of the Sassaniyan kings who
oversaw a Golden Age in that land. This culture apparently didn't derive
from the Luciferic Babylonian heresies, which may be why it never got much
credence in modern academia, also perhaps partly why the occult/corporate
order want to completely erase that history and culture at the moment. Maybe
the butchery in Iraq is being done to set up a staging area for a much larger
scale invasion next door to Iraq. Carol and I don't believe Saudi Arabia
is the intended recipient becuase we believe the ancient Babylonian 'stargate'
construct was moved there from old Babylon.
Let's see whether American moms will finally put their collective
foot down in coming days and prohibit their boys from being sent off as
This is one of those Alice in Wonderland 'rabbit hole' subjects
that one can pleasurably plunge into if one is inclined to do that. Most
of the great scientists, poets, and philosophers during Muhammad's millenial
dispensation came out of Persia after that nation embraced Islam, for instance.
In those days, science and magic weren't seen as contradictory
pursuits. These were the relatively enlightened folks who eventually dragged
Europe, kicking and screaming, up out of the 'religion'-induced Dark Ages,
by the way, and re-established and extended the knowledge base that was
entirely obliterated by Rome in the last phase of the collapse of that empire
under its superficial, bloody Christianity.
The Crusades, by the way, were never considered more than
a minor nuisance to Muslims, who had a very peaceful, usury-free and prosperous
many centuries that extended from Spain to China. Most of the unhappy recipients
of those little Crusades were the Middle Eastern Christians in Palestine
who were butchered when they came out to greet their would-be 'liberators,'
which is ironic since Islam has always honored and protected the 'People
of the Book.'
The Knights Templar were thugs (their Maltese cross has nothing
to do with Christ, nor does the pre-Christian, Roman 'Christian' cross symbol,
for that matter) who exacted blistering fees from European pilgrims in exchange
for mafia-style 'protection' and set up heinous dark societies which eventually
undermined even Islam and became this exploitive, parasitic occult/corporate
Feel free to contact anyone on ethericwarriors.com whose posts
you resonate with and who has put their personal contact info in the member
list section, okay? As they say in Persia, 'A thousand friends is not enough
but one enemy is too many.'
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