by Tim Rifat
Paul Hughes-Barlow the foremost
Aleister Crowley’s Thoth Tarot Deck
has uncovered a secret subtext behind this precognitive tool. The
Thoth Tarot deck was designed as a magical system of reality
To understand this, we need to look at not Crowley’s reputation
as a magician and occultist, but at his interest in mathematics and
physics. In his introduction to the Thoth Tarot, he sees it
as representing ideas of magic, mathematics, science and philosophy,
but significantly he omits Thelema or Will.
Our perception of Crowley is coloured by the vested interests
of the magical and occult organizations who overlook his interest in
mathematics and science, while other organizations such as the
Theosophical Society and the Anthroposophical Society,
ignore him completely. So who were the mathematicians and
physicists who influenced him?
In his lecture at the Occulture Festival in July 2002,
Paul Hughes-Barlow discussed Crowley’s prediction concerning Bernhard Riemann found in the Book of Thoth. Seen in the
context of the connections between these scientists and
mathematicians, the prediction can now be seen as inevitable rather
Here is a short list:
Riemann of course developed
non-euclidean geometry, which is at the heart of theoretical
M-Theory. Riemannian geometry was
used by Einstein in his space-time theories. Rudolf
Steiner was a Theosophist who founded Anthroposophy, and he
developed his own non-euclidean geometry - Projective
Synthetic Geometry. The foremost proponent of PSG was
George Adams, who was a student of Bertrand Russell.
Bertrand Russell knew Crowley and Albert Einstein.
Georg Cantor, who was inspired by
Kabbalistic texts, developed
Set Theory. Bertrand Russell
famously solved a paradox contained within Set Theory. The
reader may be surprised to know that Riemannian geometry is related
to Cantor’s Set Theory through the use of infinities. As well as
incorporating Projective Synthetic Geometry into the Thoth tarot, it
is clear that Crowley saw the collection of 78 tarot cards in
terms of Set Theory.
Crowley was intent on developing a theory of consciousness
using mathematical topology; to that end each of the Thoth tarot
cards is connected by Synthetic Projective Geometry to other
Thoth Tarot cards to build a metashape. A shape Crowley
postulated was the seminal shape of consciousness.
At RVScience we are dedicated to extending science into
the paranormal; the occult may also have shards of as yet
unknown science scattered in its verbose hermetic law. In
String Theory it is postulated that
a superstring is a vibrating ‘ring’ with contra rotating aspects,
one of 15 dimensions ‘spinning’ clockwise, another of 11 dimensions
‘spinning’ anticlockwise. The sum being 26 dimensions.
Occultists believe in spirals of
energy manifesting reality; these mesh up with torsionic
solitons of Russian theory. Could the 26 dimensional superstring
be passing down a torsionic soliton in the shape of a spiral
with its ground state vibration being triplicate. This would give us
78 modes of dimensionality in our torsionic soliton of
manifestation. There are 78 tarot cards. Since the cards can
be reversed this gives us the 78 reverse modes where the spiral
What use is this? Well, if the cards represent aspects of
consciousness, we have consciousness linked with
modality of dimensions of our 26 dimensional superstring, that
is generating torsion fields as it rotates. Superstring theory
can be continued into the five theories (and the 11 dimensions of
supergravity) that constitute M-Theory. Since according to
Russian theory the four dimensions of reality are constructed from
five dimensional Riemann manifolds by use of torsionic
solitons , could the 5 Superstring theories link to the five
dimensional plenum of hyperspace that manifests real space.
In British Strategic Remote Influencing (BSRI) the
above theory is turned into technology by using 26 psychotronic
amplifiers programmed to create the 78 modes of dimensional
vibration where each quartz crystal has its biotronic matrix
programmed to link to the other 25 psychotronic amplifiers, their
quantum computers programmed to operate the extra dimension of each
psychotronic amplifier to create the +/- 78 mode torsionic
soliton of reality manifestation.
Crowley used the Hegelian Dialectic of Thesis,
Antithesis and Synthesis; or Being, Not-Being
and Becoming: the union of opposites to operate the
magical spiral of energy, where Tarot cards of opposite nature
were used to effect the Remote Influencing.
In British Strategic Remote
Influencing the user links with the ring of 26 psychotronic
amplifiers and visualizes the major change in reality. The
quantum computer of the psychotronic amplifiers are biotronically
linked matrices, connected in 156! (factorial) ways, produces a
vastly optimized grid of psychotronic amplifiers able to
carry out the processes Crowley used during World War II to
destroy the Germans.
To put this in context the Nazis were spending vast resources on
their Psi-warfare project Ahnenerbe. They used large
torsion field generators in underground bunkers in
Czechoslovakia; used thousands of SS psychic adepts and developed
unbelievable technology – appropriated by the Russians and Americans
– and still lost!
The Soviet Union started its own Psy-warfare superproject and
still lost to the West. It seems knowledge of British Strategic
Remote Influencing is necessary for successful RI. Manipulating
how reality manifests and by using the union of opposites to modify
it, and major psi -warfare force can be defeated. Since every major
country now runs a psychic warfare program, Paul
Hughes-Barlow’s scholarly research shows how the British keep
beating the opposition by using Crowley ’s ‘occult’ RI programme.
Having rationalized the British occult RI, updated it with the
use of parallel processing psychotronic amplifier rings,
RVScience offers the public access to this new psi-technology.
The above rationale shows why scientists like Tim Rifat
listen to occult scholars like Paul Hughes-Barlow for
experimental data upon which to base new theoretical models of not
only reality but its precursors.
Tim Rifat’s book on
Remote Viewing (Vision, Oct 2001)
shows proof of concept and shows the validity of bringing hard
science to bear on clairvoyance –
remote viewing. This same approach
is now being used on all aspects of the paranormal and the occult.
The new technology and advances in theoretical physics to be
discovered from analyzing experimental data from the paranormal and
the occult realm is beginning to bear fruit.
Bringing the hard science approach to Crowley’s last major
work has opened the gates to a fully scientific version of
British Strategic Remote Influencing. US remote influencing
is mirroring Nazi and Soviet work so RVScience feels
sure British Strategic Remote Influencing will make this
fledgling American RI touted by our competitors obsolete.
No power is need for British Strategic
Remote Influencing as opposites are combined in a similar way to
matter and anti-matter producing energy – lots of energy. Thus a
very weak British psi-operator could defeat the Supermen
of the Third Reich and the Psi-masters of the former Soviet