Order of Nine Angles and other related groups

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Re: Order of Nine Angles and other related groups

Postby DrEvil » Fri Mar 15, 2019 1:51 pm

I was poking around the intertubes today and reading up on some far right groups, and found that ONA seems to be in the spotlight again. Atomwaffen members are apparently upset that they've been infiltrated by satanists, and their leader seems to be a fan. Makes sense that they would try to exploit the current climate for their own ends.

https://www.thedailybeast.com/satanism- ... atomwaffen
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Satanism Drama Is Tearing Apart the Murderous Neo-Nazi Group Atomwaffen

‘How do you allow [in] people who explicitly say they are satanic doomsday cultists who infiltrate right-wing groups in order to press their agenda?’ one frustrated neo-Nazi asked.

Kelly Weill 03.21.18 5:06 AM ET

White nationalists are disavowing the murderous neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division—not because of the murder, but because the group can’t shake persistent rumors that it’s a gateway organization for a satanic cult.

Atomwaffen is an extremist group that received national attention after being implicated in five murders from May 2017 to January 2018. But even before the most recent slaying, Atomwaffen was under fire from others on the far right who claimed the group was actually a mouthpiece for the Order of Nine Angles, a satanic group that encourages members to infiltrate extremist political movements, whose members might be susceptible to conversion.

It doesn’t help that, until recently, Atomwaffen pushed the satanic group’s literature on one of its websites.

Atomwaffen claims to have been founded in 2013, although its membership surged after a deadly white nationalist demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August, ProPublica previously reported. The group now has approximately 20 cells across the U.S., according to ProPublica.

The Order of Nine Angles is British-based, but steeped in Nazism. A fringe occultist group whose literature encourages human sacrifices, the ONA champions Nazi Germany and pushes Holocaust denialism. One of the group’s longest-running leaders, Anton Long, is rumored to have been a pseudonym for the known neo-Nazi David Myatt.

The ONA requires members (called Noctulians) to spend six months either hitchhiking, working as a burglar, working as a police officer, or infiltrating an extremist political group.

“Undertake the role of extreme political activist and so champion heretical views (by, e.g. becoming involved in extreme Right-Wing activism),” the group demands in one of its introductory books. “The aim is to express fanaticism in action and be seen by all ‘right-thinking people’ as an extremist, and a dangerous one.”

That book is also recommended reading for Atomwaffen members. On a recently defunct website, Atomwaffen uploaded the book in full in the “spirituality” section of its “library.” The library also encouraged Atomwaffen members to read Iron Gates, a gruesome sci-fi novel penned by the occult group Tempel of Blood, which is openly affiliated with the ONA.

“While officially a separate organization, the Tempel acknowledges its ties to the Order, and credits the ONA for much of its terminology and mythos,” Tempel’s website reads.

Iron Gates is listed as required reading on Atomwaffen’s current website.

Atomwaffen’s satanism-heavy reading list has apparently driven away some former members who were only in the group for the Nazism. In January, a purported former Atomwaffen member quit the group dramatically, publishing a 27-page Google document claiming to document the group’s growing satanic ties.

“A plague has befallen the movement yet again,” the former Atomwaffen member wrote about satanism (not about murder). “We WILL purge the Noctulian scum from our ranks, and never again will this happen.”

The Sun, The Telegraph and The Independent also had freakout pieces on nazis actually being nazi satanists and recruiting children.
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Re: Order of Nine Angles and other related groups

Postby semper occultus » Mon Mar 09, 2020 12:39 pm

World’s most far-right ‘terror group’ is still active in the UK

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Monday 2 Mar 2020 2:19 pm


The UK Government is being urged to urgently ban a neo-Nazi Satanist group which backs murder and sexual violence. A new report by the anti-fascist monitoring group HOPE not Hate calls for immediate action to target the ‘world’s most extreme far-right terror group’, which it says remains active in the UK The Order of Nine Angles (O9A), which began in Britain, advocates barbaric violence and even human sacrifice as a strategy to destabilise society and overthrow what it sees as Jewish influence, HOPE not Hate say. It adds that the group – which it says should be officially proscribed as a terrorist organisation – ‘blends Satanism, paganism and Nazism’ and aims to reduce the population of ‘mundanes’ through ‘culling’. The Chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee, Labour’s Yvette Cooper has branded the new evidence ‘deeply disturbing’ and called on the Home Secretary to ‘immediately refer it to the Government’s Proscription Review Group.’


Highlighting ‘four Nazis convicted of terrorist offences linked to O9A’ in the last 12 months, HOPE not Hate suggest the group’s global membership could be as high as 2,000. It adds that O9A try to infiltrate other far-right groups and even the police and ‘is having a resurgence amongst the most extreme far-right terror groups in the UK’. Claiming many drawn to the ideology are ‘extremely young, with the youngest person convicted being 16 years old’, the organisation adds: ‘Cruelty is a core part of O9A and it encourages followers to engage in extreme violence, sexual assault and human sacrifices. ‘It promotes its tactics of sexual violence to the wider far-right by infiltrating other Nazi organisations and propagandising and promoting its ideas.’ The government says the police have disrupted eight terrorist plots related to violent right-wing extremist ideologies since 2017 and that the threat is ‘evolving and growing’.

In 2016, the Labour MP Jo Cox was murdered in the street by a far-right terrorist. Last week the government banned a right wing group and made membership punishable with 10 years in prison. Today’s report, called ‘State of Hate 2020’, also suggests there is an ‘unprecedented’ global terror threat from an expanding group of far-right activists, fuelled by a ‘young, leaderless online community’. The report also calls on the messaging platform Telegram to take action against the far right, claiming users on the O9A-affiliated ‘Rapewaffen’ channel share videos of extreme violence, sexual abuse and murder. It adds: ‘O9A’s sick ideas have drawn in young extremists in the UK and elsewhere, and have helped nourish a dangerous culture of unprecedented depravity amongst the extreme right, which has none of the moral constraints that previous generations of far-right activists had.’

However, the report also suggests the ‘traditional’ British far-right is at its weakest for decades. HOPE not Hate chief executive Nick Lowles called for an overhaul of the UK counter terrorism strategy, branding it ‘wholly inadequate for dealing with rapidly changing danger.’ He continued: “In all my 30 years campaigning against the far-right, the Order of Nine Angles is the most extreme and disturbing group I have ever encountered. ‘It’s explicit encouragement of murder and sexual violence, including rape, make it one of the most serious threats to public safety we’ve ever seen.’ Labelling the findings ‘sobering’ Ms Cooper added: ‘The combination of Nazi-Satanism, extreme violence and sexual abuse makes it particularly troubling and action needs to be taken to prevent them grooming and radicalising other people.’

The Home Office does not comment on whether particular groups are under consideration for being banned, though it keeps the list ‘under review’. A spokesperson added: ‘The Government is taking action to root out and dismantle the groups that promote extreme right-wing views and we are giving police the tools and resources they need to tackle this threat. ‘Just last week, the Government banned the right-wing terrorist group Sonnenkrieg Division in the UK, making membership punishable by 10 years in jail.’ Metro.co.uk was unable to contact O9A and attempted to contact Telegram.

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Re: Order of Nine Angles and other related groups

Postby liminalOyster » Tue Jun 23, 2020 2:09 am

U.S. Soldier Linked to Satanic Neo-Nazi Group Allegedly Plotted 'Murderous Ambush' on His Own Unit
Ethan Melzer enlisted in the military in 2018 and a year later allegedly joined the Order of the Nine Angles.
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A U.S. Army soldier is facing terrorism charges for allegedly colluding with a dangerous neo-Nazi network and plotting a “deadly ambush” on his own unit.

Pvt. Ethan Melzer, 22, of Louisville, Kentucky, enlisted in the military in 2018 and a year later allegedly joined the Order of the Nine Angles (O9A), a Satanic, neo-Nazi group with international ties including to Atomwaffen, a violent “accelerationist” group based in the U.S. Military policy prohibits service members from participating in extremist groups or hate groups, but the Pentagon has been repeatedly accused of failing to weed out dangerous radicals from its ranks.

In October 2019, Melzer deployed to Italy. Before he left, prosecutors say, he consumed propaganda from various extremist groups, including ISIS and O9A. When the FBI later searched Melzer’s iCloud account, they allegedly discovered an “ISIS-issued document with the title that included the phrase “Harvest of the Soldiers.” The document described attacks and murders of U.S. military personnel in April 2020.

The fact that Melzer looked to both neo-Nazi and jihadi groups for inspiration is more evidence that the two terroristic ideologies and their apocalyptic visions are actually quite closely intertwined.

In April of this year, the military informed Melzer and his unit that they were moving to Turkey, where they’d guard a U.S. facility. Federal prosecutors say Melzer shared information about the anticipated move to Turkey with members of O9A, and an affiliated group called RapeWaffen Division. The prosecutors don’t say explicitly what messaging app Melzer used, but VICE News has previously reported that RapeWaffen Division has a presence on the Telegram app. According to the complaint, Melzer shared this information with the goal of facilitating an attack on his fellow servicemen and women.

Melzer said that he was willing to risk his life and be killed during the attack. “Who gives a fuck,” Melzer wrote, allegedly. “It would be another war… I would’ve died successfully.”

Federal prosecutors say he also communicated about the upcoming deployment to Turkey with someone purporting to be a member of al Qaeda.

“As alleged, Ethan Melzer, a private in the U.S. Army, was the enemy within,” Acting U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss said in a statement. “Melzer allegedly attempted to orchestrate a murderous ambush on his own unit by unlawfully revealing its location, strength, and armaments to a neo-Nazi, anarchist, white supremacist group. “

Melzer is facing serious charges including conspiracy to murder U.S. nationals, attempting to murder U.S. nationals, and conspiring to murder U.S. service members. He’s also been charged with attempting to provide material support to terrorists (presumably stemming from his alleged interaction with a member of al Qaeda, because O9A is currently not designated as a terrorist group by the U.S. government). Some of the more serious charges carry a possible penalty of life in prison.

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Re: Order of Nine Angles and other related groups

Postby cptmarginal » Tue Jun 23, 2020 8:32 am

Just came here to search for this thread and post that story. :thumbsup
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Re: Order of Nine Angles and other related groups

Postby liminalOyster » Tue Jun 23, 2020 1:00 pm

Hey Captain. I actually just searched for "order" and "angles" in the RI search box on seeing this story make the rounds recenttly. But I hadn't realized this was in the SRA/Occult Crime ghetto. I'm very happy to discover the older material as I have known about them for ages but had no clue about this material from 2014 or so and am now totally fascinated all over again.

edit: It has come to my attention after years of lurking and then posting that I have until now somehow overlooked "Active Topics" as a board navigation scheme. I suspect I've missed alot as a result and shall now flagellate accordingly.
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