So what is the Process Church, or the The Process Church of the Final Judgement? Originally founded in the 1960’s in London, the Process Church was a splinter group of the Scientology movement founded by Mary Anne and Robert DeGromston. Although they were a splinter of Scientology the group was later classified as “suppressive persons” by L. Ron Hubbard in 1965. In 1966 the group moved to Xtul in the Yucatan where they developed the “Processing Theology.” A theology were they worshiped by Christ and Satan believing both entities would eventually come together to judge the world and eventually execute final judgement.
The church has also been linked to CIA mind control experiments as well as general mind control activities and has a very interesting roster of members including Charles Manson, David Berkovitz (The Son of Sam), and several other notorious members. All of whom, it has been claimed, are mind control victums.
Vincent Bugliosi, the prosecutor during the Charles Manson family trial, stated in “Helter Skelter” that Manson appeared to used much of the philosophy from the Process Church in his beliefs. This is further supported by the fact that representatives of the Church visited him in jail after his arrest. According to those representatives, the purpose of the visit was to discover if Manson had any contact with the Church or received any literature about the Church. The group published an extensive article about Manson and their jail visit in the The Process magazine’s special “Death” issue.
Mary Tyler Moore?
It is unclear if Mary Tyler Moore was actually a member but a recently unearthed photo shows her in firm possession, and flaunting, a copy of the Process Magazine while visiting Merry Old England. If so she would not be the first Hollywood star to be attracted to such and organization. Jane Mansfield was known to have been an associate of Anton LeVay and there are many photos of them together. The late entertainer Sammy David Jr. was also a member of LeVay’s organization and in a letter to Dr. Michael Aquino, Davis accepted membership 3/17/73 and was formally admitted 4/13/73.
Mary Tyler Moore is one of the most beloved actresses of her generation, and while possessing a copy of The Process does not mean she was a member, posing with it does makes a statement. What this does mean is that she was aware of the organization and had taken the time to at least read the magazine which would be filled with Process Theology. The issue it’s self, called the “The Sex Issue” dealt apparently with “Sex: Lucifer, Satan, Jehovah and the Grey Forces. Three Paths and a Quagmire” which dealt with sex in connotation of its relationship to the Process Churches three gods.
While there is no evidence Mary Tyler Moore ever did join the cult, it is again an interesting side note to history to be seen and pose with their magazine. Makes you wonder…
(From the Wikipedia)
The term “processean theology” distinguishes these ideas from the process theology derived from the thoughts of Alfred North Whitehead.
In Xtul was the first “channeling” of God. After Xtul, Jehovah was the only recognized God. Later, with Jehovah, Lucifer and Satan were recognized as “The Three Great Gods of the Universe” and Christ as the Emissary to the Gods. The Three Great Gods represent three basic human patterns of reality:
- Jehovah, the wrathful God of vengeance and retribution, demands discipline, courage and ruthlessness, and a single-minded dedication to duty, purity and self-denial.
- Lucifer, the Light Bearer, urges followers to enjoy life to the full, to value success in human terms, to be gentle and kind and loving, and to live in peace and harmony with one another. Man’s apparent inability to value success without descending into greed, jealousy and an exaggerated sense of his own importance, has brought the God Lucifer into disrepute. He has become mistakenly identified with Satan.
- Satan, the receiver of transcendent souls and corrupted bodies, instills in followers two directly opposite qualities; at one end an urge to rise above all human and physical needs and appetites, to become all soul and no body, all spirit and no mind, and at the other end a desire to sink beneath all human codes of behavior, and to wallow in a morass of violence, lunacy and excessive physical indulgence. But it is the lower end of Satan’s nature that men fear, which is why Satan, by whatever name, is seen as the Adversary.
In between these Three Great Gods and man, is an entire hierarchy of Gods, beings and superbeings, angels and archangels, demons and archdemons, elementals and guides, and fallen angels and watchers.
The Process believes that, to varying degrees, these “God-patterns” exist within everyone. The main doctrine of The Process is the unity of Christ and Satan, who exist as opposites. Jehovah and Lucifer exist as opposites and when Christ and Satan are united, this will unite Jehovah and Lucifer.
In the original 1960s literature of the church, Christ, Lucifer, Satan and Jehovah were all arranged on a mandala, with Christ at the top opposite Satan on the bottom and Jehovah on the left opposite Lucifer on the right.
(The descriptions of the Gods comes from a teaching called ‘The Hierarchy’ published in December 1967, as a part of ‘The Tide of the End’.)