Paranoid Griffin teams up with Zink on Paris guns

The two sides who viciously attacked each other during the Golden Dawn wars are suddenly on side calling for the French to arm themselves.

Robert Zink
Robert Zink
David Griffin

Zink and Griffin in gun call

Robert Zink, who thinks that no one in France will be truly free unless they are carrying guns and David Griffin who is apparently worried that his French member is scared because she can’t shoot Muslims.  Rather than counselling her that “Fear is Failure” like all good Golden Dawn leaders, Grifin believes she has a right ot be so scared she should be allowed to buy a gun.


Meanwhile Griffin is banning Europeans from his group if they don’t like his call for fight violence with violence by invoking the “Cabbalistic name” Elohim Gibur [sic].

Griffin is CIA victim

But Griffin has been getting even stranger with his belief that the CIA is actually targeting his order using Watchers of the Dawn as its weapon of choice.

He quoted Pat Zalewski’s lieutenant Golden Dawn leader, and Martin “I am a 9=2” Thibeault as saying that “Andrew Martini is a CIA covert operative stationed in Japan.” We have not seen Thibeault’s comment, so we are unsure if David just made it up. Thibeault does not strike us as that stupid and may even have been jokin, although he could also be a member of Watchers and flying a false flag!

Andrew Martini
Andrew Martini

Griffin moans that over the years “Martini’s” Watchers of the Dawn has attacked leaders all across the Golden Dawn community.

“These have included Nick Farrell, Martin Thibeault, Robert Zink, and myself. In this latest attack, Martini engenders false rumours about a right wing conspiracy within the Golden Dawn spiritual community.”

Griffin evokes Snowden

Griffin calls foul on that claiming that Martini wants to establish in people’s minds that the Magical Golden Dawn is the same as the Fascist Greek group of the same name.

Adjusting his tinfoil hat Griffin went on: “Whistleblower and American civil liberties hero, Edward Snowden, carefully documented how US intelligence agencies routinely target on-line communities for defamation attack, in an attempt to steer and manipulate those communities.”

Griffin claims Watchers killed Thelemite

He gave a list of people we were “out to get” most of whom we have never heard of and then David gets ahead of himself by accusing Watchers of the Dawn of murdering “David Mattachik” [surely Mattichak David]. According to Griffin this Thelemite died under “questionable circumstances.”  According to his friend Lizzy Rose Mattichak  died peacefully of lung cancer.

Griffin often sees assassination attempts from mundane events. He once claimed a bunch of elderlybunch of  arm-chair magicians called SRIA travelled all the way to Nevada to bump him and his number two, and free lawyer, Jorge Hevia III off by flinging a tire at them.

Griffin claims Watchers grassed up Keotting

Griffin also claimed that Martini’s Watchers of the Dawn tipped off police about the Living God and Carpet Cleaner EA Koetting’s drugs habit which resulted in his arrest (actually we lifted it from the local paper after the arrest).

“Put all of this together and a clear picture emerges not of some random trolls with an irrational hatred of the Golden Dawn – but of a hyper-paranoid security state terrified of any legitimate spiritual movements!”

Well we know that the CIA under the control of a New Zealander and Japanese handler makes a better opponent than three blokes who meet in an Oxford pub pointing out occult leader’s hypocrisy, but the level of bat-shit crazy pouring from these two US leaders is hysterical.

Zink at least had the sense to tone down his message by calling on his followers to “send light energy” to heal Paris. Griffin as we mentioned wanted to attack everyone using the cabbalistic divine name Elohim Gibur [sic]. He did release magical instructions to his followers which appeared to be limited to visualising Paris covered in bubble wrap which reminded us of the people at Woodstock ineffectually chanting “no rain” as it pissed down.

Why Griffin is wrong

Andrew Martini is not a member of the Watchers of the Dawn and is as far as we know a Japanese businessman. We are not an anonymous blog.  In fact we are pretty well known on the Oxford occult scene one of us is on Facebook.

Zink and Griffin do not understand his how things work in Europe, which is one of the reasons none of them could establish temples here. The US Right-Wing agenda of nationalistic, pro-guns, religion, anti-abortion, anti-global warming, usually with a twist of conspiracy theory does not play very well amongst the centre left-leaning occult scene in Europe. Sure, there is a streak of right-wing occultism, particularly in France and Sweden, but this is small in comparison with the overall picture.

It is bad form for occult leaders calling for magical attacks on Muslims while claiming they are tolerant of all religions. Europe also lacks the US gun obsession or an NRA style belief that no problem is too big that hundreds of bullets flung at it can’t solve.

David Griffin replies :

In a email to his loyal members David Griffin fumes:

Dear Magickian,

It’s not easy being a spiritual leader. Let me show you the sort of garbage I put up with daily since 21 years ago.

Yesterday, I sent you an email asking you for Magickal help to protect the people of France.

This morning an anonymously published tabloid, turned truth on its head, th claiming that with this initative I am inciting violence against Muslims. They write:

“Griffin as we mentioned wanted to attack everyone using the cabbalistic divine name Elohim Gibur [sic]. Griffin is banning Europeans from his group if they don’t like his call for fight violence with violence by invoking the “Cabbalistic name” Elohim Gibur [sic].“

What is worse, these bold faced lies are not written even by a real person, but by a coward hiding behind anonymity.

That’s it. I’ve had enough. I am exposing what is really going on.

Then he linked to his previous ramblings which we have linked to above. About the only far comment he made was this one as a PS.

“The only thing that did get under my skin this time is that they call me the Donald Trump of the Golden Dawn! Damn it. Thats not fair. I may not have his money, but I have a LOT more hair than Donald Trump!”

Zink blames French for Paris terror atrocities

Never happy unless he is pushing a right-wing agenda, the former Head of the Order of the Morning Star Robert Zink claims that the reasons that so many people died in Paris was because the place was “gun free.”

Robert Zink
Robert Zink

Writing on Facebook, the former Golden Dawn high adept said that the French had only themselves to blame because America had “stronger values when it comes to the right to protect yourself through the use of firearms. “

Zink said: “What has happened in Paris is one sad example of a massive gun free zone. It would have been nice if some people were packing concealed weapons.”

Zink and the New Age

Zink,  who is currently peddling new age courses encouraging people think positive with a pastiche of the Law of Attraction, said that there is nothing that can be done for Paris and send good thoughts.

“Perhaps this is a wake-up call that crazy reactionary gun legislation is not in our best interests. It never has been. If this kind of tragedy can happen in Paris, and London, it can happen here,” Zink wrote.

“I urge you to get the training you need to protect your family and community. You might start by investing in a good firearm and learning how to use it. You or someone you love may depend on your actions. Protest gun free zones,” Zink said.

Zink and failure

The fact that lots of people died is not as important and pushing your agenda to make sure that everyone is packing guns in the US.

Apparently that is what the Golden Dawn meant when they told their candidates that “Fear is Failure.”

Zink has been getting noticeably reactionary in his old age and he does not seem to really care about the fact he is losing his image as an esoteric leader.

Zink and Right-Wing Christian campains

Zink recently joined in the christian campaign against Starbucks, forgetting that these are the same people who would burn him at the stake. Still from what we have heard from Zink’s former members, there are a large number of occulty types would form an alliance with right-wing Christians who wanted to burn him at the stake.


Brother Moloch can’t get his spells out of the country

photo-originalColourful Internet character Brother Moloch AKA Darren Fox has been flogging his spell casting services and products for a while, but it appears that they have been blighted by a nasty spirit which prevents their arrival.

Moloch who sells his magical courses and gear here has been in trouble before but this time he has earned the wrath of Andrew Martini, who is not renown for keeping quiet about what hacks him off.

Moloch claims Japanese customs without honour?

Martini, who lives in Japan, ordered a small value package from Moloch ’s emporium which never arrived. He said that Moloch told him that it must have been impounded by Japanese customers or nicked by less than honourable postage people.

Martini has the inside trouser measurement of Japanese customs people and knows that they would never nick anything partly because they are constantly monitored. Nevertheless he accepted Moloch comments and let him send another package. Which also did not arrive.

“He claimed he had a package number although it was non trackable. A quick call to my lawyer friend in Ohio, revealed that excuse was fake too.”

Moloch claimed he would send me the package a third time and made a drama about how this affected his profits but after one more month still nothing arrived.

Moloch has China Crisis

Apparently the sorcerer now claimed the post office lady put China as the destination instead of Japan. This surprises us as we thought grown-up sorcerers were allowed to address their own packages.

Moloch went on the attack and told Martini that he “must be seeking freebies and that the package must have arrived.”

Andrew Martini
Andrew Martini

Unlike many in the occult field, Martini has rather a lot of resources at his disposal. He has Japanese custom reports that nothing was seized and nothing from this dubious individual ever arrived and that the package number Moloch provided was faked.

“I have received oils and herbs from many occult suppliers and ebay and individuals for the past 20 years and japan customs has no restriction list, unless its pharma grade medications. Funny how out of 56 suppliers only items from him never arrive?” Martini moaned.

Since he posted his complaint against Moloch online, Martini claims that he has had nine people contacting him and saying they have never received their order from the sorcerer either.

Packages from Moloch do arrive but not if they are far away. If only there was a good voodoo sorcerer who could protect Moloch ’s business from losing so many packages.

Moloch replies

Nevertheless Moloch has posted that for folks overseas and out of the US, from now on when you order from me, he will not only package up your materials, but photograph the package at the post office once it has been processed by the clerk to prove I have sent it.

“If you are too cheap or do not have enough funds to afford FedEx, then it is NOT MY FAULT if the US Postal Service (USPS) and your country’s Customs screws around with your package and loses it! Because contrary to popular belief, once your package leaves the US borders, there is NO WAY to track it. None. I have asked the USPS post masters and they tell me there are no ways to do this. We can track any package INSIDE the US borders but overseas, nope.”

newtWe are not sure that is correct, and could be part of Moloch’s brand of “America is the best” mentality but who are we to question a sorcerer?  We might end up turned into a Newt.

Anyway with Moloch agreeing to photograph packages the whole issuee should be sorted.

AMORC sues claiming it is the only Rosicrucian Order

T90ce2c8ddb890ff08fd4e99b9384350eThe US self-awareness mail order self-development course and Rosicrucian Theme Park, AMORC is quietly threatening other Rosicrucian orders  claiming it is the only one who has the right to be called “The Rosicrucian Order.”

Apparently they think that people will be confused if other groups use the words “Rosicrucian Order” in their name.  They may accidently join a real Rosicrucian Order expecting to see AMORC’s watered-down heavy-sales techniques and actually learn the real thing and be disappointed.

This week The Rosicrucian Order of the Golden Dawn lost its website and was told to change its name after AMORC gave a cease and desist notice to its ISP.

We have heard of two other cases which have felt the wrath of AMORC lately and their might be others.

“Dear Sirs:

We are writing on behalf of our client, the Supreme Grand Lodge of the Ancient and Mystical Order Rosae Crucis, Inc., of California (“SGL”).  SGL is active in the field of the organization of educational and cultural activities and materials relating to philosophy, mysticism, and spiritual discovery.

SGL has been known world-wide as THE ROSICRUCIAN ORDER since 1915 and at no time during a century of use of the ROSICRUCIAN ORDER name and trademarks has SGL had its rights to exclusive use of the name and trademarks successfully challenged in any country.  The ROSICRUCIAN ORDER name and trademarks are firmly associated with SGL.  SGL has registered ROSICRUCIAN ORDER trademarks in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.  See United States Registration No. 4416327, Canada Registration No. TMA852667, European Community Registration No. 005116488, International Registration No. 1041575 (designating Australia), International Registration No. 1370666 (designating Australia), and New Zealand Registration No. 823836.”



The site has been running since 2009 and appears to have attracted the attention of AMORC on October 27, 2015.

A Rosicrucian Order of the Golden Dawn spokesman said the ISP took down our website due to threatened legal action from AMORC

“We continue to Work privately, silently, and namelessly.  “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.”

Tragically this is how AMORC gets away with bullying real Rosicrucian groups.  Most are small and cannot afford lawyers.  A name is not particularly important to a group which is supposed to be working in secret, but it is very important to a big new age mail order business and Rosicrucian theme park.

Attempts to publicise the court action have been howled at by AMORC followers who have called for internet threads explaining the action deleted.

One person insisted that only AMORC had the right to call itself The Rosicrucian Order because it was the only one which could claim its lineage back to Moses.

AMORC is a bully

Occult community gadfly Nick Farrell said: “They are either believing their own history which is naïve or they are using large amounts of collected from naïve people to silence real Rosicrucian groups.

“We saw these sorts of antics during the Golden Dawn wars were secular legal methods were used to attempt to gain control over other occult groups using the legal system.  It is a sign that a group has lost its spiritual impulse when it uses methods like this to get its message across.”  

He added that AMORC had as much right to call itself a Rosicrucian organisation as anyone else.

“The phrase is generic and has been around since the 16th century.  This case is a bit like a group calling themselves Catholic and being sued by the Pope,” Farrell said.

The idea is that AMORC does not think people will think it worthwhile to face huge legal bills to stop them. When they cave in, AMORC has one less rival out there and profits.

We wonder what CRC would think about that.  The concept that they might have any spiritual connection at all while holding a philosophy like that is absurd.




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