Now that Coulombe has been dragged out of the Gnostic closet, can we begin to identify other 'traditional" connections to "right-wing" Freemasonry?
Charles Coulombe must denounce this man and his activities if he is to avoid scandalizing all of the traditional Catholics and traditional right-wingers that he has associated with for 3 decades. There is no way that such a close association with a high gnostic priest and occult practitioner can, in any way, be consistent with an adherence to the Catholic religion. We ask also what is this "St. Benedict Center West" that "bishop" Hoeller cofounded with Mr. Coulombe in Los Angeles 35 years ago? What does this have to do with the anti-baptism of desire stance of the St. Benedict Center "East Coast"? Stephen Hoeller is not just a tarot card reader. He is also the leader of the Ecclesia Gnostica, a former lecturer for the Manly Hall Philosophical Research Society, a speaker for the Theosophical Society in America, and the author of such books as The Royal Road: A Manuel of Kabalistic Meditations on the Tarot and Freedom: Alchemy for Voluntary Society. Question: Were these associations known when Coulombe began appearing as a normal Catholic commentator 30 years ago? Is there any more information on how far this gnostic infiltration has gotten in the "traditional Catholic" movement? Since Manly Hall was a leader in occult freemasonry, is this, in any way, also present within these traditional circles?