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Is that Horus the Avenger and an Intacto review?

Posted by invizweb on December 3, 2008

No.

My aunt lent me the movie Intacto and I have to say it is not something of my interest. Perhaps as someone who is investigating and researching the occult, I do not totally leave things to luck or think of chance as much as probability, synchronicity, and CHAOS.

On that note, a car was about to hit my side head-on as it was turning a corner at Yellowstone Blvd in Forest Hills, Queens, NY as I was crossing the street Monday night. A similar incident occurred in the nearby vicinity as I was walking off the curb when a car literally drove parallel to me inches apart. Thus a warning to travellers to Forest Hills: the culture of Forest Hills drivers expecially in my vicinity are prone to reckless driving.

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Splinter OTO Groups Can No Longer Call Themselves “OTO” and Thoth Tarot Trademark Upheld

Posted by invizweb on June 22, 2008

The Wild Hunt Blog reported:


The Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.), an esoteric fraternal order which is perhaps best known for its associations with former leader and primary ritualist/liturgist Aleister Crowley, has recently achieved two major legal victories. The more important of the two regards trademark control over the terms “OTO” and “O.T.O.” in the UK.

“I am happy to report that OTO has prevailed against Starfire Publishing Ltd.’s opposition to our trademarks for “OTO” and “O.T.O.” in the United Kingdom. In her decision of June 8, Anna Carbone, the Appointed Person hearing OTO’s appeal, found in favor of OTO, overturning a previous decision in favor of Starfire. OTO’s registrations of the marks “OTO” and “O.T.O.” are now proceeding normally in the UK, joining our previous registrations of “Ordo Templi Orientis” and the OTO Lamen. Under UK law, there can be no further appeal of a decision by an Appointed Person, in either the Trademark Registry or High Court.”

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