Dec 13

Illuminati Magic


Leeds, UK

Temple Works

Temple Works, also known as Temple Mill, is a former flax mill in Holbeck, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.  It was designed by Joseph Bonomi the Younger and built by John Marshall between 1836 and 1840 [1].  It is obviously a site of Illuminati (Rosicrucian) magic practice as will be apparent from the images included below.

Temple Mill, home of Temple Works

Temple Mill, Temple Works

Temple Works is situated on the edge of Holbeck Urban Village [2].

Temple Works Location

Temple Works Location (A)

Temple Works was based on the Temple of Horus at Edfu in Egypt with a chimney designed in the style of an obelisk.  Although the Freemasons trace their origins back to ancient Egyptian culture, the Order of The Rose Cross [3] (the Rosicrucians) also use Egyptian symbols [4] and the Harry Potter series of magical adventures is similar in many respects to a book published in 1616: The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosycross [5] which is often described as the third of the original manifestos of the Fraternity of the Rose Cross [6].  The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn made extensive use of Rosicrucian imagery and ideas, as did Aleister Crowley [7] who is famous for being an occultist and ceremonial magician [8].  Magic has always been associated with unseen (spiritual) forces and Temple Works is just another example; the winged sun disc complete with 2 snakes, which features prominently on the building facade, is the top part of the caduceus [9], which represents a risen kundalini and an open third eye.

Egyptian Temple in Leeds

Temple Works  in Leeds.  Click on the image to see a larger version clearly showing the Egyptian winged sun disc symbols.

At the north side of the building, visible through the railings from Union Place, is a space painted with magical motifs.  The artist of the largest mural has very helpfully entitled it "Time For Magic"


Time For Illuminati Magic

A closer look at the mural (shown below) reveals themes of the Illuminati social control agenda.  The mural is an example of sigil magic [10], which is symbolic representation of the magician's desired outcome. The white rabbit motif, which appears three times across the top of the mural, has magical and spiritual associations, two of which are included below: [11]

  1. Egypt Central's song White Rabbit makes references to the rabbit: "Your magic white rabbit has left its writing on the wall. We followed like Alice, and just kept falling down the hole."
  2. In The Matrix, there are several metaphysical waking up metaphors that reference the Wonderland stories. Early in the film, Neo is told to follow the White Rabbit and seconds later, his doorbell rings, and when he opens the door he finds a woman with a tattoo of a white rabbit on her shoulder. Later in the film, Morpheus offers him the red pill to find out "just how deep the rabbit hole goes". Right before he meets the oracle one can see Night of the Lepus playing on a nearby television, symbolizing Neo's decision to follow the white rabbit and to disturb the order of the Matrix.

The geometric symbol, drawn within a circle and appearing three times on the mural, is a version of a unicursal hexagram [12] as used by Aleister Crowley in his philosophical law named Thelema [13], the central tenet of which is "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law. Love is the law, love under will."  Crowley believed himself to be the prophet of a new age, the Æon of Horus, based upon a spiritual experience that he and his wife, Rose Edith, had in Egypt in 1904.

"Demand the Impossible", which is featured twice in the centre of the mural should be familiar to anyone who's professional life is spent trying to satisfy the insatiable and irrational desires of the stock market or to those unfortunate enough to be subject to government standards in health or education.

Time For Magic

Time For Magic

God save our forests, seen three times within the mural, includes a tree decorated with the sun, the moon and 5 six pointed stars, all of which are Rosicrucian symbols.  The image appears to portray powerless children asking for God's help to save the planet while powerful grown ups destroy it.  This can best be understood in terms of the power derived from the perceived need for big government in response to a deliberately engineered global environmental threat, as explained in The Report From Iron Mountain. [14]


Cutting down the forests

The next image is more obvious.  It appears twice and calls for cultural rape, particularly of ancient indigenous cultures (represented by a native American).  Corporate slavery is also on the menu, as is an attack on traditional family values by a white fanged Mickey Mouse.


Corporate Slavery

Folk the Banks is a compilation of 18 tracks released by Occupation Records, which is a record label founded and run by members of the Occupy London movement [15]  This image appears twice and represents control of opposition to the establishment by the Illuminati. [16]

Folk The Banks

Folk The Banks

"Damn Them All" (see below) appears to be aimed at the British Royal family.  Eradication of existing governments (including royalty) is consistent with the stated goals of Adam Weishaupt's Illuminati [17] as demonstrated by the Illuminati orchestrated French Revolution [18]. At the time of writing the image below, by Jamie Reid, was featured on Temple Work's Current Events web page [19]. Here is what the web page had to say about Jamie:

"Jamie Reid’s longstanding practice as an artist sits firmly within a tradition of English radical dissent that would include, for example, William Blake, Wat Tyler and Gerrard Winstanley. Like them, the work of dissent must offer, out of necessity, other social and spiritual models and Reid’s practice is no exception."

"Although Reid is known primarily for the deployment of Situationist strategies in his iconic work for the Sex Pistols and Suburban Press, the manifold strands of his art both continue that work whilst showing us other ways in which we can mobilise our energy and spirituality. It is this dialectic between gnosticism and dissent that lies at the heart of Reid’s practice and makes him one of the great English iconoclastic artists. Jamie Reid’s unique vision articulates and gives form to some of the key issues of our times. He responds to the ever-increasing attacks on our civil liberties and shared common spaces with passionate anger and savage humour, and shows us ways in which we might re-organise our political and spiritual resources. This is the role of the shaman and Reid’s art acts like a lightning rod, returning us to the earth so that we might share the work of healing."



"Education is A Birthright", included twice, represents the Illuminati's state education agenda [20]



"Peace is Tough" demonstrates the Illuminati agenda to feminise men (the sexual equality agenda), which presumably makes them more subservient to the state.  It is probably not an accident that John Wayne's real first name was Marion. [21]

John Wayne

John Wayne

The space where the magical mural is located houses additional images which are very interesting

Additional images

Additional images


The young female riding the the tiger, which appears opposite Time For Magic is shown in more detail below.  Ride the Tiger: A Survival Manual for the Aristocrats of the Soul (Italian: Cavalcare la Tigre) is a 1961 book by Italian Traditionalist philosopher Julius Evola [22]. Evola believes that the modern world has become totally corrupt and that the institutions and traditions of the ancient world that once allowed a person to fully realize his being have been lost.

Ride the Tiger expands upon the Radical Traditionalist ideas which Evola developed in Revolt Against the Modern World and offers a solution to the problem of living in the modern world different from the reactionary revolution he argued for in Men Among the Ruins.  The principal metaphor of the book is its title.  Evola argues that in order to survive in the modern world an enlightened or "differentiated man" should "ride the tiger".  As a man, by holding onto the tiger's back may survive the confrontation, so too might a man, by letting the world take him on its inexorable path be able to turn the destructive forces around him into a kind of inner liberation.  While the traditional world described in Revolt Against the Modern World would allow a man to fully realize his being in a united society, the world Evola describes in Ride the Tiger is much lonelier and even more pessimistic. Ride the Tiger, despite its pessimism, is a testament to Evola's belief that no matter how lost civilization may be, there always exists the ability for the individual person to live his life always looking "above" himself and thus achieving enlightenment.

Ride The Tiger

Ride The Tiger


Given that there are two (apparently effervescent) mushrooms growing out of the tiger's head and the female riding the tiger has her eyes closed and appears extremely relaxed, the second explanation for Ride The Tiger offered by the Urban Dictionary seems pertinent: [23]

Ride the Tiger

The exponential increase in psychedelic consciousness after ingesting a hallucinogenic drug.  Once arriving at the climax of the trip, the initial "riding of the tiger" has ended.  "Hey Mike, do you have those shrooms?" Mike- "In my belly.".... "I'm ready to ride the tiger."

The imagery described so far at Temple Works is consistent with secret society members who believe they can use ancient shamanic knowledge (hallucinogenic drugs) to achieve contact with the spirit world (enlightenment  [24]) and manipulate supernatural forces using magic. [25]

Riding The Tiger

Magic mushrooms growing out of the tiger's head

The image behind the tiger is a little mysterious.  My best description of it is a flying saucer, complete with pyramid (at mouth level) exploding out of the wall behind the mask.  The eyes are looking up and there is a twinkling star on the left cheek, which is consistent with an inter-stellar theme.  Perhaps this has something to do with the Illuminati's plan to fake an alien invasion? [26]

Mask explosion

Mask explosion

The artist is CBLOXX [27]  [28] and I asked her for an explanation; the picture is described as being "a little bit about enlightenment".

CBLOXX Question 1

In the far left corner is a painting of a siren (included below).  In Greek mythology, the Sirens were dangerous and beautiful creatures, portrayed as femme fatales who lured nearby sailors with their enchanting music and voices to shipwreck on the rocky coast of their island. [29]

Chapter eight of Rosicrucians: Their Rites and Mysteries by Hargrave Jennings [30] entitled Rosicrucian Supposed Means Of Magic Through Signs, Sigils And Figures has this to say about sirens:

The mythic figure placed in the front of the Irish Harp--the meaning of which we have explained in a previous part of our book, and which is now represented as a woman with the lower parts twined as foliage, or as scrolls, into the body of the harp--is properly a Siren. This 'Siren' is the same as Venus Aphrodite, Astarte, the Sea-Deity, or Woman-Deity, the Dag, Dagan, Dagon, or idol of the Syrians, Tyrians, or Phœnicians; hence her colour is green in the Iona, Ierne, or Irish acceptation. The woman or virgin of the Irish Harp, who is impaled on the stock or 'Tree of Life'--the Siren whose fatal singing means her mythic Bhuddistic or Buddhistic 'penance of existence'--the Medusa whose insupportable beauty congeals in its terror the beholder to stone, according to the mythologists--this magic being is translated from the sign of Virgo in the heavens, and sent mythically to travel condemned the verdant line of beauty, or the cabalistic benedicta line a viriditatis. The whole of the meaning, notwithstanding its glory, is, none the less, 'sacrifice'. The Woman of the Harp of the Seven Strings, or the seven vocables, vowels, or aspirations, or intelligent breathings, or musical notes, or music-producing planets (in their progress); is purely an astrological sigma--although a grand one--adopted into heraldry. In the old books of heraldry, the curious inquirer will find (as will all those who doubt) this 'Woman' or 'Virgin' of the 'Irish harp'--to whom, in the modern heraldic exemplification, celestial wings are given, and who is made beautiful as an angel (which in reality she is, the other form being only her disguise) represented as a dragon with extended forky pinions, and piscine or semi-fish-like or basilisk extremity. [31]

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Next to the siren on the back wall is an image, which was identitfied by one person I showed it to as Fu Manchu.  Dr. Fu Manchu is a fictional character introduced in a series of novels by British author Sax Rohmer during the first half of the 20th century. The character was also featured extensively in cinema, television, radio, comic strips and comic books for over 90 years, and has become an archetype of the evil criminal genius while lending the name to the Fu Manchu moustache [32]. A master criminal, Fu Manchu's murderous plots are marked by the extensive use of arcane methods; he disdains guns or explosives, preferring dacoits, Thuggee, and members of other secret societies as his agents armed with knives, or using "pythons and cobras... fungi and my tiny allies, the bacilli... my black spiders" and other peculiar animals or natural chemical weapons. [33]

Fu Manchu

"Imagine a person, tall, lean and feline, high-shouldered, with a brow like Shakespeare and a face like Satan, ... one giant intellect, with all the resources of science past and present ... Imagine that awful being, and you have a mental picture of Dr. Fu-Manchu, the yellow peril incarnate in one man."
–The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu

The final image inside this magical space is at the far end of Time For Magic on the right hand side as one looks in from the car park.

Right hand side

Right hand side

The image shows a fearful, distressed male face and perhaps represents the fearful disposition that the Illuminati prefer for the public.



On the front of Temple Works, along Marshall Street, there are images which helps us to further understand the Illuminati agenda.  The photograph below was taken on 8 November 2013; on the left is Anubis, the jackal-headed god associated with mummification and the afterlife in ancient Egyptian religion [34] and on the right is a native American.

Egyptian Magic

Egyptian Magic.  8 November 2013.


At the base of Annubis is the web address WWW.NEILENNUI.COM, which does not seem to exist, however I did find the following:

Neil Ennui on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/neilennuipage

Neil Ennui on Pintrest http://www.pinterest.com/pin/38773246763879604/

Neil Ennui on the Beautiful People Project http://www.thebeautifulpeopleproject.com/2012/07/neil-ennui-artist-designer-illustrator.html

Looking back at the previous images we can see Neil's name at the bottom right of Ride The Tiger also.


Annubis by Neil Ennui


I had trouble deciphering Neil's text to the right of Anubis so I asked him directly (see below).

Neil Ennui Text

Neil Ennui Text

Black roses are often featured in fiction with many different meanings and titles such as black magic, barkarole, black beauty Tuscany superb, black jade, and baccara varieties of roses. The flowers commonly called black roses are actually a very dark shade of red, purple, or maroon. The color of a rose may be deepened by placing a dark rose in a vase of water mixed with black ink. Other black roses may be blackened by other methods such as burning [35].  The black rose is also a rarely used symbol of the anarchist movement. [36]

Is Black Rose, in this case, a euphemism for Rosicrucian (Rose Cross Order)?  There is little point in asking Neil directly if he is part of a secret society of black magicians, so the question remains open.

 A closer look at the the native American shows an apparently dead body, with a third eye painted on the forehead and spirits escaping (or being driven out?) into the air.


As of December 26th, 2013 the images have been updated.  Yellow 'light' pours out of the chimneys on Anubis's back and illuminates the scene and the text associated with Anubis shown above has been obliterated.  A golden calf is apparently exploding out of the native American's mouth.

According to the Hebrew Bible, the golden calf was an idol (a cult image) made by Aaron to satisfy the Israelites during Moses' absence, when he went up to Mount Sinai. In Hebrew, the incident is known as ḥēṭ’ ha‘ēggel or "The Sin of the Calf". It is first mentioned in Exodus 32:4. Bull worship was common in many cultures. In Egypt, whence according to the Exodus narrative the Hebrews had recently come, the Apis Bull was a comparable object of worship, which some believe the Hebrews were reviving in the wilderness; alternatively, some believe the God of Israel was associated with or pictured as a calf/bull deity through the process of religious assimilation.  Among the Egyptians' and Hebrews' neighbors in the Ancient Near East and in the Aegean, the Aurochs, the wild bull, was widely worshipped, often as the Lunar Bull and as the creature of El [37].

Does the golden calf smashing through the mouth of the indigenous American represent the triumph of ancient Egyptian values of an organised and hierarchical society, which looks to control natural forces over those of indigenous peoples everywhere who tend to regard themselves as part of nature and therefore attempt to live in harmony with it?

Update image

Updated image


The central image, which overwrites the previous text, appears to be a jumble of letters linking the other two images.  According to the artist the jumble spells Ennui, as per our Facebook correspondence below.

Neil Ennui Answer 2A

Black "Rose" now appears with a halo above it at bottom right of the jumbled letters.  Ennui is written at bottom left of the jumble.


In the video at the bottom of the About The Temple Works webpage [38] Dave, of Manic Chord Theatre, [39]  explains that he wants to export the spirit of Temple Works to the outside world.  Immediately after Dave's piece the organiser of Kin Hell Fest [40] at Temple Works explains his event.  Given the image below from the kin Hell Fest page [41] at the Temple Works website, I would prefer that the spirit of Temple Works is crushed without trace rather exported to the wider world.

kin Hell Fest poster

kin Hell Fest poster



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