IT- Chapter Two: Lucifer, Magik, CHUD, & Choronzon!

On today’s episode of the Conspiracy Theories and Unpopular Culture podcast we breakdown the occult symbolism behind Stephen King’s “IT” with the release of IT: Chapter Two! We talk about the clear Luciferian symbolism behind Pennywise, ritual magick, sex magick, Ritual of CHUD and we enter the Abyss to confront Choronzon!

In October 2017 I released a podcast focused on the first chapter of the new film as well as concept from the novel.

   

I’ve also got an older post with some images worth considering.

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  1. You missed the most important occult doctrine from the book/movie. King says in the book basically that there is no good or evil (amorality), and that what people define as evil is “Nature”, or the “Natural” order of things. I’m sure you know one of the main goals of the illuminist is to dump morality in favor of amorality, to make it to the state before the fall of man not “knowing good or evil”. This is a major theme of Crowley, that’s why he promotes hedonism, to numb people to the idea of evil being bad.

    Phantasy and the imagination is the key to magick, Giordano Bruno wrote extensively about it. He also wrote about the importance of memory in magick. These are the two major themes of this movie. Stephen King is an occultists no doubt about it. I’ve never read another novel from a mainstream author that even comes close to the amount of occult doctrine depicted in this novel.

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