Thursday, November 14, 2019

Transitions from Fire into Light and the Sword of Authority to the Iron Rod of Rulership.



You have entered a rare kind of spiritual Temple. A temple where spirits of Ogun Nation act as principal guardians for the collective parish as well as primary motivators behind the spiritual progression inside the temple.

You may ask yourself questions such as:

  • What is the direction of this Temple?
  • What are the core tenets of this Temple?
  • What should you expect from this Temple, and what does this Temple expect from you?

As Priest and Spiritual Father of this Temple, I've had to ask and will continually ask myself those same questions. To find the answers, I regularly consult Ogun Nation, in particular, Ogun Balendjo, the chief of Ogun Nation and my crowning Loa, Ogun Fegai. To which they ask our Temple to prepare ourselves for hardships and war joyously. We are too ready ourselves, and each other with love and support. The Ogun Nation calls our Temple to fight, asking that we help incite modern-day slave revolts all over the world.


It not surprising that Ogun Nation, a spiritual division comprised of warriors, called our Temple to war and tasked us in a work of global proportions. However, the context of this request must be understood. The battle for which Ogun nation requests our aid is not limited to any specific time or place, nor is it purely spiritual warfare. We are required to prepare for victory in conflicts taking place on the physical and mental realms, as well. 

 Ogun nation is the driving force behind the virtues of:

Ambition.
Determination.
Domination.
Enduring. 
Liberation.
Overcoming. 
Power.
Skill.
Strength.
Success.
Triumph.
Victory. 
Winning.


We are asked to re-evaluate our relationship with these virtues and, if need re-establish positive connotations for those words and ideas. The attributes mentioned above have been manipulated to serve evil deeds and evil men. However, through spit, grit and elbow grease, that tarnish can be polished away and their meanings restored to original splendor. Ogun nation reminds us that:

Winning is a good thing. 
Ambition and the ability to ferry-forth are desirable traits that need cultivation.
Strength is a worthwhile skill to develop. 
The more power you have, the more good you can help support. 
Achieving victory over adversaries and overcoming difficult odds is a cause for celebration. 

Ogun Balendjo makes this next point: 

 There are distinct differences between cavaliers and thugs, benevolent leaders, and authoritarian tyrants. We strive to be champions, brave knights, noble warriors, and charitable leaders in our everyday lives. Ogun nation accepts nothing less from us but recognizes and rewards our struggles to be cavaliers. 

We do not win at any cost nor through deceit. 
We do not feel tall standing on the backs of others.
We do not feel strong by tormenting the weak.
We do not profit from exploiting the vulnerable.

We win through superior tactics and strategies. 
We feel tall standing on our accomplishments, looking out to see what more we can do and who we can help.
We feel strong by lifting others and supporting worthwhile causes.
We profit by demonstrating our strengths, helping others become active, and aligning with like minds.  

To win, we must train in the following ways:

The body: Exercise, martial arts, working with your hands, establishing a hard trade, and healthy living. 

The mind: The continual pursuit of learning and obtaining refinement of skills. Meditation, visualization exercises, creative flows, strategy drills, survival planning, and mastery an art or arts. Development and improvement of communication skills. 

The spirit: The discovery of your Great Work. Interacting and interfacing with non-physical intelligence and energetic consciousness. The exploration for God. Establishing a purpose and search for the meaning of life. 

Ogun Fegai placed his hands upon my head and spoke the following passage:

"And he who overcomes, and keeps my works until the end, to him I will give power over the nations— 'He shall rule them with a rod of iron; they shall be dashed to pieces like the potter's vessels'—as I also have received from my Father." 

Ogun Fegai spoke of God, Papa Bon Dios. God's energy is transferring through God to Ogun Balendjo. Through Ogun Balenjo to the Ogun nation. Through the Ogun nation to Ogun Fegai, and finally, from Ogun Fegai into our Temple. In keeping step with other nations, the Ogun nation started its march towards a new level of elevation and progression. This evolution further enhances the already exceptional capabilities of both the collective and individual Ogun spirits. They are gaining even greater awareness in their ascent towards Papa Bon Dios. God is bestowing this elevation because the Loa kept their promises to God. In return, the Oguns are prepared for the next step of evolution. 

The full evolution of the Ogun nation will not happen in our lifetime. Ogun Balendjo and Ogun Fegai liken this transmutation to fire becoming pure light. Fire sheds light. However, the fire must devour physical matter for fuel. Light requires no material sustenance as God is the source of light. By transitioning from fire to light, the Ogun nation lessens its reliance on physical offerings. They benefit more from spiritual devotion. In return, the Oguns can begin working through our higher refined and more subtle bodies. 

Our tradition of Sanse is already bloodless (animal sacrifice is not required), a great energetic elevation in its own right. But the Loa and the Commissions of Spirits still need varying grades of physical offering for equivalent exchange. 

"The transition of Fire into Light is also the exchange of the Sword of Authority for the Iron Rod."

The Oguns have a fierce and favorable disposition towards weapons of war. It will likely be a thousand or more years (a conservative estimate) before the Ogun nation will show signs of diminished interest in tools of battle. Ogun Balendjo and Oguan Fegai made a proclamation concerning our Temple's tasking and their ascension:

The Ogun nation is compatible with planetary Mars, or Geburah in Qabalistic phraseology. Their ascent is a trajectory closer to God, a merger planetary Jupiter or Qabalistically speaking, Chessed, on their journey back up the Tree of Life. 

For the next 1000 years, the sword of authority, expertly wielded by Ogun nation, will remain firmly in the capable hands of the Ogun Balendjo. Papa Bon Dios is pulling the Oguns' influence from its base in Mars (Geburah) upwards to Jupiter (Chessed) like a magnet. The metal of Mars pours forth, casting the scepter of Jupiter, the Iron Rod. The Iron Rod will be carried by Ogun Balendjo when his Nation is ready, and the sword of authority relinquished back to God. 

Sword of Authority is a weapon of conquest suited to killing. 
Iron Rod is a symbol of rulership that can administer justice without lethal consequences. 

The Iron Rod is a symbol of a Warrior-King who tempers might with mercy. No longer using the sword of authority, but the iron rod. Whosoever holds the Iron Rod does so, like Damocles, with the sword of authority dangling over their head by a string. He or she has power over all nations, realms, and entities. Its wielder bestowed great boons but swiftly judged by its use.  

"May I be as terrifying as Mars, merciful as Jupiter and brilliant as the Sun." Allow this axiom to guide the wielder of the Iron Rod in its appropriate use. 

Ogun nation recognizes we assemble from different backgrounds. We possess varying degrees of skill across a broad spectrum of talents, and all of us have current life circumstances dictating our availability. Our Temple's call to war and to incite modern-day revolts the world over is not without significant consideration on the part of the Loa to us. 

We shall be evaluated by our merits on an individual basis. We contribute to these efforts what and as we are able. Only God and Ogun Balendjo know the exact weight of your heart, and it is by that measure all other metrics are set. 

Ayibobo

-Papa Machete que ganas todas las Batallas.

The Machete leads the way and defends all who follow. 

Papa Machete que ganas todas las Batalas is a world-renown circus trained Strongman, Occultist, Martial Artist, Remote-Viewer, Psychic Investigator, researcher, Voudou and Palo Mayombe Priest, author, activist, and adventurer. Spiritual Father of the Temple of the Machete Who wins all Battles, and offers services through his Online Shop. Papa Machete welcomes all people, of any race, gender, orientation, or ability. His only conditions are that you love God, love humanity, and are willing to stand for what is truly right, not just what is popular.

No Agenda? CPS is Government sponsored Kidnapping. How the hell are other occultists not seeing this?!



Some time ago, a couple of highly effeminate males decided they would spread a lie suggesting I had broken my agreements with the Palo house for which I am a priest or Tata of Palo Mayombe. This embarrassing and appalling level of cowardice was born out of their deep-rooted fear and jealousy of me. One of them attempted to tell others there was no such thing as the "Illuminati" or "Anglo-Saxon" conspiracy. That no criminal organization in the Government was stealing children for human trafficking and that I was a liar, and no Global pedophile ring existed.  I had been talking about this and organization occult resistance and activism against this since 2009. I named names and pointed to the Clintons and even Jeffrey Epstein a decade before what is public knowledge now(this is demonstratable). How foolish that that clown looks, and it makes me chuckle every time I think of it.

The following video was sent to me by someone deeply concerned about what is happening with CPS or Child Protective Services. She quoted me from something I wrote years ago that was repeated verbatim in the video, "CPS is Government-sponsored kidnapping." The video makes my fucking blood boil, and I mean FUCKING BOIL!!!!!! She asked me a very pointed question, "how is it your spirits tell you about this, but not other priests and priestess?", and in truth, sadly, I cannot fully answer that. Maybe it is not their work in the world to confront global evil, and that is ok, we all have our great work. However, in this particular case, one of these two douchey fools actually told people the Loa told him there was absolutely NOTHING like what I was talking about going on. Well, and I will speak from what I know of this person and ONLY this person in particular when you don't have a spine, and your sack is as empty as his, there is no connection to the Loa, to begin with. So the only thing he is talking to is idiotic delusions and imaginary friends. He looks like Pedophile and NAMBLA member...so I wonder.

I am developing a longterm work to begin combating the sickness which has infected CPS, and I will let everyone know what I plan to do soon. For now, here is the video.



These fuckers NEED to burn. I am becoming less and less tolerant of idiots. So let it be known. You get in my way, or you attempt to sabotage my work, I will consider you part of the problem. Ask David Rockefeller and George H Bush how being part of the problem ultimately ended for them.

Dog will hunt.

Ayibobo

Papa Machete que gana todas las batallas

The Machete leads the way and defends all who follow.

Papa Machete que ganas todas las Batalas is a world-renown circus trained Strongman, Occultist, Martial Artist, Remote-Viewer, Psychic Investigator, researcher, Voudou and Palo Mayombe Priest, author, activist, and adventurer. Spiritual Father of the Temple of the Machete Who wins all Battles, and offers services through his Online Shop. Papa Machete welcomes all people, of any race, gender, orientation or ability. His only conditions are that you love God, love humanity and are willing to stand for what is truly right, not just what is popular.

Saturday, November 2, 2019



You have entered a rare kind of spiritual Temple. A temple where spirits of Ogun Nation act as principal guardians for the collective parish as well as primary motivators behind the spiritual progression inside the temple.

You may ask yourself questions such as:

  • What is the direction of this Temple?
  • What are the core tenets of this Temple?
  • What should you expect from this Temple, and what does this Temple expect from you?

As Priest and Spiritual Father of this Temple, I've had to ask and will continually ask myself those same questions. To find the answers, I regularly consult Ogun Nation, in particular, Ogun Balendjo, the chief of Ogun Nation and my crowning Loa, Ogun Fegai. To which they ask our Temple to prepare ourselves for hardships and war joyously. We are too ready ourselves, and each other with love and support. The Ogun Nation calls our Temple to fight, asking that we help incite modern-day slave revolts all over the world.


It not surprising that Ogun Nation, a spiritual division comprised of warriors, called our Temple to war and tasked us in a work of global proportions. However, the context of this request must be understood. The battle for which Ogun nation requests our aid is not limited to any specific time or place, nor is it purely spiritual warfare. We are required to prepare for victory in conflicts taking place on the physical and mental realms, as well. 

 Ogun nation is the driving force behind the virtues of:

Ambition.
Determination.
Domination.
Enduring. 
Liberation.
Overcoming. 
Power.
Skill.
Strength.
Success.
Triumph.
Victory. 
Winning.


We are asked to re-evaluate our relationship with these virtues and, if need re-establish positive connotations for those words and ideas. The attributes mentioned above have been manipulated to serve evil deeds and evil men. However, through spit, grit and elbow grease, that tarnish can be polished away and their meanings restored to original splendor. Ogun nation reminds us that:

Winning is a good thing. 
Ambition and the ability to ferry-forth are desirable traits that need cultivation.
Strength is a worthwhile skill to develop. 
The more power you have, the more good you can help support. 
Achieving victory over adversaries and overcoming difficult odds is a cause for celebration. 

Ogun Balendjo makes this next point: 

 There are distinct differences between cavaliers and thugs, benevolent leaders, and authoritarian tyrants. We strive to be champions, brave knights, noble warriors, and charitable leaders in our everyday lives. Ogun nation accepts nothing less from us but recognizes and rewards our struggles to be cavaliers. 

We do not win at any cost nor through deceit. 
We do not feel tall standing on the backs of others.
We do not feel strong by tormenting the weak.
We do not profit from exploiting the vulnerable.

We win through superior tactics and strategies. 
We feel tall standing on our accomplishments, looking out to see what more we can do and who we can help.
We feel strong by lifting others and supporting worthwhile causes.
We profit by demonstrating our strengths, helping others become active, and aligning with like minds.  

To win, we must train in the following ways:

The body: Exercise, martial arts, working with your hands, establishing a hard trade, and healthy living. 

The mind: The continual pursuit of learning and obtaining refinement of skills. Meditation, visualization exercises, creative flows, strategy drills, survival planning, and mastery an art or arts. Development and improvement of communication skills. 

The spirit: The discovery of your Great Work. Interacting and interfacing with non-physical intelligence and energetic consciousness. The exploration for God. Establishing a purpose and search for the meaning of life. 

Ogun Fegai placed his hands upon my head and spoke the following passage:

"And he who overcomes, and keeps my works until the end, to him I will give power over the nations— 'He shall rule them with a rod of iron; they shall be dashed to pieces like the potter's vessels'—as I also have received from my Father." 

Ogun Fegai spoke of God, Papa Bon Dios. God's energy is transferring through God to Ogun Balendjo. Through Ogun Balenjo to the Ogun nation. Through the Ogun nation to Ogun Fegai, and finally, from Ogun Fegai into our Temple. In keeping step with other nations, the Ogun nation started its march towards a new level of elevation and progression. This evolution further enhances the already exceptional capabilities of both the collective and individual Ogun spirits. They are gaining even greater awareness in their ascent towards Papa Bon Dios. God is bestowing this elevation because the Loa kept their promises to God. In return, the Oguns are prepared for the next step of evolution. 

The full evolution of the Ogun nation will not happen in our lifetime. Ogun Balendjo and Ogun Fegai liken this transmutation to fire becoming pure light. Fire sheds light. However, the fire must devour physical matter for fuel. Light requires no material sustenance as God is the source of light. By transitioning from fire to light, the Ogun nation lessens its reliance on physical offerings. They benefit more from spiritual devotion. In return, the Oguns can begin working through our higher refined and more subtle bodies. 

Our tradition of Sanse is already bloodless (animal sacrifice is not required), a great energetic elevation in its own right. But the Loa and the Commissions of Spirits still need varying grades of physical offering for equivalent exchange. 

"The transition of Fire into Light is also the exchange of the Sword of Authority for the Iron Rod."

The Oguns have a fierce and favorable disposition towards weapons of war. It will likely be a thousand or more years (a conservative estimate) before the Ogun nation will show signs of diminished interest in tools of battle. Ogun Balendjo and Oguan Fegai made a proclamation concerning our Temple's tasking and their ascension:

The Ogun nation is compatible with planetary Mars, or Geburah in Qabalistic phraseology. Their ascent is a trajectory closer to God, a merger planetary Jupiter or Qabalistically speaking, Chessed, on their journey back up the Tree of Life. 

For the next 1000 years, the sword of authority, expertly wielded by Ogun nation, will remain firmly in the capable hands of the Ogun Balendjo. Papa Bon Dios is pulling the Oguns' influence from its base in Mars (Geburah) upwards to Jupiter (Chessed) like a magnet. The metal of Mars pours forth, casting the scepter of Jupiter, the Iron Rod. The Iron Rod will be carried by Ogun Balendjo when his Nation is ready, and the sword of authority relinquished back to God. 

Sword of Authority is a weapon of conquest suited to killing. 
Iron Rod is a symbol of rulership that can administer justice without lethal consequences. 

The Iron Rod is a symbol of a Warrior-King who tempers might with mercy. No longer using the sword of authority, but the iron rod. Whosoever holds the Iron Rod does so, like Damocles, with the sword of authority dangling over their head by a string. He or she has power over all nations, realms, and entities. Its wielder bestowed great boons but swiftly judged by its use.  

"May I be as terrifying as Mars, merciful as Jupiter and brilliant as the Sun." Allow this axiom to guide the wielder of the Iron Rod in its appropriate use. 

Ogun nation recognizes we assemble from different backgrounds. We possess varying degrees of skill across a broad spectrum of talents, and all of us have current life circumstances dictating our availability. Our Temple's call to war and to incite modern-day revolts the world over is not without significant consideration on the part of the Loa to us. 

We shall be evaluated by our merits on an individual basis. We contribute to these efforts what and as we are able. Only God and Ogun Balendjo know the exact weight of your heart, and it is by that measure all other metrics are set. 

Ayibobo

-Papa Machete que ganas todas las Batallas.

The Machete leads the way and defends all who follow. 

Papa Machete que ganas todas las Batalas is a world-renown circus trained Strongman, Occultist, Martial Artist, Remote-Viewer, Psychic Investigator, researcher, Voudou and Palo Mayombe Priest, author, activist, and adventurer. Spiritual Father of the Temple of the Machete Who wins all Battles, and offers services through his Online Shop. Papa Machete welcomes all people, of any race, gender, orientation, or ability. His only conditions are that you love God, love humanity, and are willing to stand for what is truly right, not just what is popular.

Monday, October 28, 2019

Commission of the slaves, freedom and triumph!


If one Court of Spirits fully embodies resiliency and overcoming insurmountable odds, it is the Commissions of Slaves. Few things make my blood boil like the institution of slavery. I am not just speaking of humanity's past affiliation, but more specifically, the modern continuation. 

Did you know human slavery and trafficking are alive and well? Did you know it is a TRILLION dollar industry? Did you know that right now, this very moment, more humans are being kept as slaves than in any known point in human history? So the real question is, what are you going to do about it? It is definitely something worth thinking about. 

The Court of the Salves is comprised of fierce fighters and stalwart guardians. They know better than almost anyone what fear, hopelessness, and unbearable anguish feel like. They lived it and do not want anyone else to suffer what they did. For this reason, the Commission of Slaves often works harder than most to resolve problems and bring about favorable results. 

I was mounted by a slave spirit some years ago. He taught my temple the mystery of the chain by saying, "what bound me yesterday is what I used to liberate myself today." A simple shift in perception to see the chains of oppressors as the weapons of liberation against tyrants. They provided you the tool. It is up to you how you use it. You make the tool work for them or against them...it is your choice. The Court of the Slave spirits hope you work against evil, and I concur. 

Mediums need to be cautious and prepare themselves correctly for interaction with the Commission of Slaves. This Court of Spirits requires a person to do elevation work for both themselves and the Commission. For one, a great deal of sadness and despair surrounds the spirits of this Court. Extraordinarily vengeful (in almost all cases rightly so) and broken spirits exist on the edge of the Commission, just outside. These damaged spirits and collective unfettered rage can wreak havoc in the life of an unelevated medium. 

Three points of light, candles, are required for effective and productive mediumship. One for the Court. One for the medium. Finally, one for the door/road by which the medium and the spirit meet. The Door and Road mysteries are taught primarily through two of the Chief Loa. The Doos mysteries by Papa Legba and the Legba Division and that of the Road by Ogun Balendjo and the Ogun or Nago Division. 

Spirits of the Court of the Slaves are generally warm and affectionate. They make excellent spiritual healers, especially for those who have been traumatized, and tend to be very protective of specific individuals. Anyone causing that person trouble will likely find themselves plagued by frequent mishaps and calamities. Slave spirits often favor children and go out of their way to help them. This Commission is also skilled in getting someone out of unhealthy and or abusive relationships. 

In developing a relationship with the Court of the Slaves, the medium will notice, contrary to certain expectations, this Commission is not dominated by the spirits of any former racial incarnation. Black slaves, White slaves, Brown slaves, and Yellow slaves are all present. Neither is this Court of spirits necessarily anchored to any specific point in time. One of the primary concerns of this spiritual Curt is that the Commission keeps growing in number. This is not what they want, as this means people are currently dying as slaves in the modern world, something they want us to be aware of and attempt to curtail.

Serve the Commission of Slave spirit warm, dark coffee, with a little sugar. They enjoy a shot of rum and tobacco. Sugarcane and Coconut water are refreshing, cleansing, and sweetening. Purple and white candles are also welcomed.

Offer prayers to God and then speak the prayer to El Negro Felipe and El Negro Francisco. These are two well known and high ranking spirits within the Commission of the Slaves. They will hear your petitions and open the way for the other spirits. 

PRAYER TO EL NEGRO FELIPE & EL NEGRO FRANCISCO

Negro Felipe and Negro Jose, you that were captured from your motherland of Africa and brought to the Americas against your will. By God sent and by the Virgin protected. In Africa, you where a king, a prince, and of noble blood. Striped of your honorable titles and given the title of Slave. But still you endured and became immortalized as ever wise and ever humble, and the very descended of those who persecuted you, today honor you as living saints of the celestial courts.

Oh, Negro Felipe and Negro Francisco, I ask that you make impotent those that wish to strip me of my freedom, and wish to conquer my mind, body, soul, and my freewill. Keep away from me all black magic, evil intentions, and ill will. All this, I ask with much faith and reverence of the eternal freedom bestowed upon you by the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Amen. Ayibobo.

Ayibobo

-Papa Machete que gana todas las batallas

The Machete leads the way and defends all who follow.

Papa Machete que ganas todas las Batalas is a world-renown circus trained Strongman, Occultist, Martial Artist, Remote-Viewer, Psychic Investigator, researcher, Voudou and Palo Mayombe Priest, author, activist, and adventurer. Spiritual Father of the Temple of the Machete Who wins all Battles, and offers services through his Online Shop. Papa Machete welcomes all people, of any race, gender, orientation, or ability. His only conditions are that you love God, love humanity, and are willing to stand for what is truly right, not just what is popular.