I would challenge a person who keeps tabs on the Satanic community to name a black magickal order besides the ONA which regularly expresses scorn for its own adherents. I unable to, and I’m told I know my shit.
The most prominent example of the way that the ONA eats itself is the hoax created by Kerry Smith, an “OG” Niner (i.e. founding member) who falsely claimed that the ONA’s founder was dead. A few ONA writers, myself included, disputed the claim, but the majority of the ONA accepted the report as accurate. After David Myatt himself resurfaced to refute the claim, Kerry Smith conceded her position. She then explained that hoax was conducted with the intent to publicly prove that the majority of the Order of the Nine Angles would believe anything they were told by an established ONA writer.
But Smith is not the only one member of the ONA who holds contempt for the ONA as a near whole. Chloe has largely become known for going on similar tirades, variously portraying their Order as stupid, juvenile, pretentious, and pusillanimous with only a few exceptions. Niners such as Kris McDermott (aka Ryan Anschauung) and D.M. Hutchins (aka the Interrogist) have been publicly shamed by more respected ONA members as well.
But the ONA’s mistreatment of its own adherents extends beyond the verbal. E.A. Koetting joined the Order of the Nine Angles at one point prior to his public career. The nexion he joined plotted and attempted his assassination, as is recommended in some rarely perused ONA manuscripts about running a coven or temple.
Update: The overwhelming majority of my critics within the ONA honestly believe that my quarrel with the Order is how “evil” it is, or that I am lamenting its “extremism.” In truth, my objection to their “Sinister Dialectic” is that the majority of its partisans are unfit for the pursuit of an Aeonic agenda. My concern was and always has been that a group which exhibits this level of internal instability is not fit to herald a cultural and political overhaul. Moreover, a group whose majority is apparently unacquainted with the ideology they purport to represent simply has no business conducting nationwide ecumenical efforts. I am earnestly demoralized by the apparent reality that the majority of the ONA is too stupid to read the back of a cereal box.
The Order of the Nine Angles bragged about the assassination or “culling” of many of its own members in its Fenrir magazine (edition #1 of 2013/124), referring to the act(s) as their very own “night of the long knives,” their very own “Great Terror.” While I am only citing publicly recorded instantiations of the ONA’s internecine misbehavior, I can assure you that more examples have been brought to my attention, and I’m not going to tell you a damn thing about them.
Regardless of the ONA’s bitter contempt for the ONA, the ONA also considers the ONA to be the optimal mechanism for the advancement of humankind, and to be so glorious in its power that the ONA should assume domination of the entire West.
Recent reimaginations of the ONA’s fascistic agenda have tended more and more strongly towards overtly distopian fantasy, even forgoing prior honor-based prohibitions against the harm of children in their vision. These modern ONA affiliates have publicly endorsed the systematic butchery and molestation of children, and the mainstream ONA has not disavowed them for doing so.
The orthodox ONA’s reactions to these proposed atrocities range from gleeful agreement to either nervous acceptance or silent and apathetic dissent. These reactions stand in stark contrast to the public crucifixions of McDermott, Hutchins, and Anti-Cosmic Niners. In these reactions, the orthodox ONA has demonstrated a willingness to readily abandon their formerly held values, thereby proving that their governing principles are, in truth, an incoherent system of misanthropic norms, rather than the coherent philosophy which these aforementioned values are presented as being.
The Order of the Nine Angles has a breed of keyboard warriors comparable in bitterness to the Men’s Rights Movement: coming out of the wood work to relentlessly antagonize, lambaste, and harass dissenters completely unprompted, which behavior has cost me valued friends as well as perceived credibility. I have taken to ostracizing former allies within the ONA after they have refused to stop cyberbullying my friends and associates for not conforming to ONA doctrine.
Michael W. Ford, E.A. Koetting, Hagur, Richard Moult, D.M. Hutchins, Ryan Anschauung, and David Myatt have all renounced their prior involution in the Order of the Nine Angles.
Despite only having been involved in the ONA for 18 months, I was one of the only Niners to publicly answer a “shit test” question based on independent research, and I am fairly sure that I was the first Niner to publicly dispute the falsification of David Myatt’s death, thereby becoming one of the few members to pass Kerry Smith’s asinine little “test.” I am on my way out as well.
V.K. “Felicia” Jehannum, 127 Year of the Fuck It
Addendum Addressing DL9
This article has been publicly responded to by Darklogos in two essays. The first was written and published on Christmas Eve and appeared on the Regarding David Myatt wordpress, whereupon it was promptly reposted by the individual(s) operating the Yorkshire Rounwytha wordpress. The second article was written and posted on Christmas day both on the Regarding David Myatt wordpress and o9a.org itself, and thereafter personally sent to me by
some insolent nether ape a Niner who has had a grudge against me for some time now.
In the first article, DL9 posits the following irrelevant drivel: “[V.K. has] failed to understand just what the ONA is, and thus why there is, esoterically, no “joining” and no “leaving” some “entity” designated by the term “Order of Nine Angles”.”
Since I was obviously speaking about the ONA in the exoteric sense of it being a loosely affiliated group of individuals with some vaguely common goals, this point is nothing but a pretentious red herring which serves to create the illusion that DL9 has managed to correct me about something when he has clearly not.
The article concludes as follows: “[V.K.’s disavowal] has made no difference, and it cannot make any difference, to the esoteric philosophy and the praxises that presence (which are) the Order of Nine Angles. That they – and others – do not seem to understand this is most amusing, and of course indicative.”
The esoteric methodologies of the ONA were not at all the subject of my article, so this is yet another pointless smokescreen. It is a refutation of a claim I never made or hinted at and only serves to “trick” the reader into thinking that the author has refuted my criticisms.
The second article devotes the majority of its word count to insipid posturing, declaring that the ONA’s tendency to devour itself via in-fighting is laudable because it is “evil.” As I have written before, good and evil are value judgements with no objective veracity, and so anyone who defines their philosophies by them is a twat.
Moreover, I was not objecting to the ONA’s in-fighting on the basis that it’s “naughty.” I adduced it to instantiate the self-destructive nature of the ONA and the personal toxicity which characterizes its majority of members.
The saddest part of the second article is that it regurgitates the ancient fib that the ONA is dedicated to Satanism, claiming “the ONA has for decades described itself as a Satanist organization” as well as “The ONA is and was simply being Satanic in a practical way.”
The ONA has already publicly revealed on multiple occasions that Satanism was nothing more than a causal form which the ONA manipulated in order to further its own aims, namely “the Sinister Dialectic of History.” Neither modern Theistic Satanists nor latter-day Niners are going to fall for DL9’s little fib, and DL9 has only discredited himself by attempting said fib. I will conclude this rebuttal with a couple excerpts from an article I published while still involved with the ONA (exoterically, douchebag!).
ONA literature describes Exeatic Satanism as being a “necessary and noviciate pathei mathos”, where pathei-mathos means “process of self-development through conflict,” and also goes as far as to say that Exeatic Satanism as a “rite of passage” and “a presencing of dark forces/acausal energies – a form/mythos – only relevant to the current Aeon.” So, Exeatic Satanism is basically intended to be a phase for the witch to go through and then leave. Since Exeatic Satanism was designed specifically to be a phase, it cannot be regarded as a legitimate or coherent religion in and of itself by a serious thinker […]
[…] When Myatt/Long writes about Satanism, he claims that true Satanism revolves around baleful action and “Sinister Honor”, that all other religions are Magian/mundane, and that Satanists should be willing to lose their lives in the advancement of Myatt’s political goals. When Myatt writes essays under Arabic pseudonyms to encourage Jihad, he claims that Islam revolves around killing kufar [infidels], that all other philosophies are Tawaghit [idols], and that this life is merely a test, so the Muslim should be happy to die. Back when Myatt wrote neo-nazi literature, he wrote about the importance of “fag-bashing,” wrote that Hitler’s teachings made all religions irrelevant, and that the nazi should consider his or her “Aryan honor” more important than life. What I’m saying is, take Myatt’s teachings with a grain of salt.