It is interesting to note that the OTO is commonly considered the mother cult of Satanism to western society. Scientology was derived in significant part from the OTO. The Process came in significant part from Scientology. Another escapee-group from the Process was the notorious Son of Sam cult.
The Son of Sam cult had cells that spread all over the USA. Since 1976 about 15-20 cult killings were committed by the sect in the New York-area, especially of young girls. The leaders in New York were among others, David Berkowitz and the brothers John and Michael Cam. They killed "to bring this era to an end." At David's home the police found the telephone number of the Fort Harrison Hotel in Clearwater, Florida, Scientology's main secret level training center.
David explained to the police, that the Son of Sam cult was an escapee from Scientology, though, there is no proof of David personally being close to Scientology. Hollywood, Satanism, Scientology and Suicide
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Anger is a Thelemite and after many years
joined the Thelemic organisation, the Ordo Templi Orientis. He viewed
many of the men he associated with as living embodiments of Lucifer, a symbol of
the Aeon of Horus in Thelemic philosophy, and had the name of Lucifer tattooed
onto his chest. Despite being a Thelemite, Anger has shown an interest in
various other religious movements, particularly those that are in some way
occult. For instance, he was a lifelong friend of Anton Szandor LaVey, both
before and after the founding of the Church of Satan in the 1960s, and lived
with LaVey and his family during the 1980s. LaVey also made an appearance in one
of Anger's films, Invocation to My Demon Brother (1969) whilst Anger wrote
forewords to two of LaVey's books, The Devil's Notebook (1992) and Satan Speaks!
(1998). He also describes himself as a "pagan" and refuses to consider himself
to be a Satanist. (ibid)
Kenneth Anger: The Link
Between Homosexuality and the Occult by Paul A. Drockton