A MUST-HAVE BOOK FOR YOUR LIBRARY, 
COFFEE TABLE OR BATHROOM

THE FRINGE DATEBOOK
“There is a kind of lazy pleasure in useless 
and out-of-the-way erudition.” – Jorge Luis Borges

by
J. Edward Cornelius

Edited by Erica M Cornelius

I began writing this book began well over forty years ago. I was looking at my desk calendar, reading the names in the square with a magnifying glass. One was an actor, the other a politician and I had no idea who the third was. I yawned, was not impressed. Part of me wondered who they were, but I was not motivated enough to seek answers. I had other interests. I was always bathed in the fringes of society. I have walked in the shadows of dark alleys most of my life. I have taken great pleasure in subjects that are usually ignored as being the actions or babblings of outlandish and delusional people. But in these people, with their bizarre exploits and strange tales, I found my solace. They constantly caused me to question my reality, to sharpen my wit and realize how little I knew beyond the proverbial white picket fence of my family. 
        My curiosity sparked by the boring calendar, I started jotting down the birth dates of every person that confronted my sanity into a huge, blank book. Many of the birthdates in this book are extremely rare, even by Internet standards, which makes this book very unique. The entries included biographical sketches of everyone from famous occultists like Aleister Crowley, many, many of his followers, his friends and acquaintances, his numerous Scarlet Women, lovers, as well as a multitude of modern Thelemites, OTO historical figures, Scientologists, to famous Masons, New Agers and Satanists, witches, alien contactees and UFO specialists, astrologers and famous psychics, psychologists, occult oriented musicians, poets and writers, actors and actresses of the less-than-mainstream movies, sci-fi and fantasy authors, cartoonists and artists, freaks, cowboys and murderers, less-than-nice people who amused me and virtually anyone who made me impishly hold my hands over my mouth like Linda Blair in The Exorcist after she watched the priest have a heart attack and die. With each name I include a biographical sketch. It’s taken me years, but little by little, with each new entry the book grew and grew until one day I realized I had created a monster while gleefully admitting that it has been nothing less than pure frivolity that drove me to produce it. 
        As to who is, and who is not, included amongst the 1,770 entries and 800 plus pages, there is no rhyme or reason, so don’t try to figure it out. These are people, some of whom I knew, others I read about, all prompting me to do further research on their lives because I found them amusing; hence there is a unique lot of diversity included, and with that in mind, remember this is my book. These are stories that made me smile. I know each entry may not be the stories some of you would have liked for me to include but let me remind you that since this is my book, I picked what influenced my life and academic studies in one way or another and on that note, I have a sick sense of humor. So just sit back and enjoy the stories and realize the book reveals my psyche and what has driven me since childhood to become who I am today (he says while chuckling and sipping his coffee). 
        It’s best to say that there are a lot of unique individuals in this book and yes, it’s that kind of Fringe Datebook. In truth, this is a reference book that every library needs to have on its shelf.


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PARTIAL SUBJECT INDEX

The Fringe Date Book is so complicated that it is virtually impossible to create a subject index without it being almost as long as the book itself. This list is merely a flavor of who is inside. This should not be taken as a definitive index. It lists less than half of all the names in the entire book. 

Abominable Snowmen (Bigfoot, Yeti) – see David Childress, Loren Coleman, Sir Edmund Hillary, Brian Hodgson, Charles Howard-Bury, Willie Ley, Tenzing Norgay, Roger Patterson, Ivan T. Sanderson, Eric Shipton, Jimmy Stewart, Bill Tilman

Abbey of Thelema (original) – see François Rabelais, Sir Francis Dashwood

Abbey of Thelema (Cefalu) – see Kenneth Anger, Sylvia Beach, Mary Butts, Robert Byron, Norman Douglas, Isabella Fraux, Louis Golding, Raymond Greene, Nina Hamnett, Leah Hirsig, Alfred Charles Kinsey, Anne Lea (Poupée), Raoul Loveday, Norman Mudd, Gwendolen Otter, Astarte Lulu Panthea, C. F. Russell, Ninette Shumway, Dame Edith Sitwell, Preston Sturges, Evelyn Waugh, Jane Wolfe 

Abbey of Thelema (Switzerland) – see Hermann Joseph Metzger

Abbey of Thelema (Connecticut) – see Gregory von Seewald

Absurdism – see Albert Camus

Ab-ul-Diz Working – see Mary d’Este Sturges, Preston Sturges

Actors/Actresses – see Maria Alba, Ken Anger, Devon Aoki, Sheila Brown, Marjorie Cameron, John Carradine, Lon Chaney Jr., Peter Cushing, Divine, Beresford Egan, Marianne Faithfull, W. C. Fields, Jackie Gleason, Donald Frank Glut, Eden Gray, Margaret Hamilton, Brigitte Helm, Violet and Daisy Hilton, Dennis Hopper, Boris Karloff, Elsa Lanchester, Christopher Lee, Lung Leg, Peter Lorre, Bela Lugosi, Lydia Lunch, Shirley MacLaine, Jayne Mansfield, Groucho Marx, Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Montgomery, Leslie Nielsen, Maila Nurmi (Vampira), Ellen Page, Cassandra Peterson, Vincent Price, Andrew Prine, Basil Rathbone, Leah Remini, Paul Robeson, Henry Rollins, Tura Satana, William Shatner, Jimmy Stewart, William Desmond Taylor, Sharon Tate, Ultra Violet, Orson Welles, Mae West, Helen Westley, Jane Wolfe

Aetherius Society – see Dr. George King 

Agape Lodge (O.T.O.) – see Frater Achad, Aleister Ataturk, Horace Sheridan-Bickers, Georgina “Jean” Brayton, Anthony Boucher, Marjorie Cameron, John Carradine, Louis T. Culling, Lou Goldstone, Harry Hay, Curtis Harrington, L. Ron Hubbard, Janice Knowlton, Grady Louis McMurtry, Frederick Mellinger, Dr. Gabriel Montenegro, Sarah Northrup, Helen Parsons-Smith, Jack Parsons, Alva Rojers, Carroll “Poke” Runyon, Phyllis Seckler, Wilfred T. Smith, William Desmond Taylor, Jack Williamson, Jane Wolfe

Airplane, plummeting from – see Juliane Koepcke

Alcoholics Anonymous – see Lewis Allen Browne 

Aletheia Foundation – see Jack Schwarz

Alice’s Restaurant – see Arlo Guthrie 

Amalantrah Workings – see Roddie Minor, Eva Tanguay

American Society for Psychical Research – see Hereward Carrington, Allen H. Greenfield, Richard Hodgson, Paul Anthony Huson, William James, Eusapia Palladino, Stewart White

Amityville Horror – see Jay Anson, Stephen Kaplan, George Lutz, Ed Warren 

AMOOKOS – see Mike Magee, Shri Gurudev Mahendranath

Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis (AMORC) – see Christian Bernard, Earl Blighton, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Constant Martin Chevillon, Swinburne Clymer, Jo Di Mambro, Herbert Spencer Lewis, Philip Lutley Sclater

Ancient Order of Melchizedek – see William C. Conway 

Aquarius, Age of - see Alice Bailey

Ant Hill Kids – see Roch “Moïse” Theriault 

Anthroposophical Society (Anthroposophy) – see Georg Kühlewind, Eduard Schuré, Walter Johannes Stein, Rudolf Steiner, Valentin Tomberg

Aquarian Foundation, The – see Edward Arthur Wilson

Archeologists and explorers – see Frederick Bligh Bond, James Bruce, E. A. Wallis Budge, Lord Carnarvon, Howard Carter, Charles Darwin, Gerald Hawkins, Thor Heyerdahl, Joshua Gates, Donovan Joyce, Thomas Simcox Lea, Frederick Mitchell-Hedges, Olof Olsson, Frederick Pohl, Heinrich Schliemann, Robert Temple

Ariosophy – see Jörg Lanz von Liebenfels, Guido Karl Anton List, Georg Lomer, Herbert Reichstein 

Artists, cartoonists & etc. – see Charles Adams, William Blake, Vaughn Bode, Robert Crumb, Salvador Dalí, Henry Darger, Gustave Doré, Steve Englehart, Jacob Epstein, Escher, Charles Gatewood, Gauguin, Giger, Francisco de Goya, Brion Gysin, Bill Holman, Augustus John, Gerald Kelly, Yayoi Kusama, Gary Larson, Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, Rosaleen Norton, Picasso, Man Ray, Auguste Rodin, Pamela Colman Smith, Leonardo da Vinci, Andy Warhol, Gahan Wilson

Assassins – see John Wilkes Booth, Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme, Charles Julius Guiteau

Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.) – see Edgar Cayce, Hugh Lynn Cayce, Jess Stern

Astrologers/Astronomers – see Evangeline Adams, Antero Alli, Luis Alvarado, Stephen Arroyo, Alberta Benson, Fritz Brunhübner (Pluto), Jonathan Cainer, Charles Carter, Cheiro, Barbara Hand Clow, Nicolaus Copernicus, Erica M Cornelius, Gerald Edward Cornelius, Jeane Dixon, Steven Forrest, Galileo Galilei, Llewellyn George, Rupert Gleadow, Joseph F. Goodavage, Linda Goodman, Liz Greene, Edmond Halley, Isabel M. Hickey, Alice Orcutt Howell, Jan Kefer, Bruce King (Zolar), Walter Koch, Karl Ernest Krafft, Sybil Leek, Alan Leo, Grant Lewi, Morinu, Sydney Omarr, Joan Quigley, Carroll Righter, Dane Rudhyar, Carl Sagan, Sepharial, Erin Sullivan, Mellie Uyldert, Louis de Wohl  

Atheist – see Madalyn Murray O’Hair 

Atlanteans Society – see Murry Hope 

Atlantic Paranormal Society, The (TAPS) – see Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson 

Atlantis, lost continents – see Doc Anderson, Ken Anger, Charles Berlitz, Dr. Raymond Bernard, James H. Brennan, Lyon Sprague de Camp, Edgar Cayce, David Childress, James Churchward, Frank Collin, Philip Coppens, Ignatius Donnelly, Maurice Doreal, Colonel Percy H. Fawcett, Ricardo Flores, Daniel Fry, Joscelyn Godwin, David Grann, Godfrey Higgins, Murry Hope, Charles Hyne, Louis Jacolliot, Valeria Lukyanova (Space Barbie), Shirley MacLaine, Drunvalo Melchizedek, John Michell, Frederick Mitchell-Hedges, Ruth E. Norman, Frederick Oliver, Augustus Le Plongeon, Charles Portis, Arthur Edward Powell, Philip Lutley Sclater, Gene Scott, Lewis Spence, Rudolf Steiner, Robert D. Stelle, Harold Tom Wilkins, Howard John Zitko

AUM (Japanese cult/Sarin attacks) – see Shoko Asahara 

Autopsied alive – see Washington Irving Bishop

Baha’i Faith – see Bahá’u’lláh

Barney, the big purple dinosaur – see David Joyner

Bartzabel Working – see Commander Guy Marston, Victor Neuburg, Gwendolen Otter  

Beat generation – see William S. Burroughs, Larry Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, Brion Gysin, Herbert Huncke, Jack Kerouac, Ken Kesey, Gary Sherman Snyder, Tom Wolfe

Berkeley’s Socialistic/Communist-like Mayor – see Jackson Stitt Wilson

Bermuda Triangle – see Charles Berlitz, Vincent Gaddis, Alan Landsburg, Charles Carroll Taylor 

Best Friends Animal Sanctuary – see Mary Anne de Grimston 

Betty Book, The – see Stewart Edward White

Bigfoot – see Abominable Snowman

Black Dahlia – Janice Knowlton, Elizabeth Virginia Short 

Boleskine – see George Cowie, Jules Jacot-Guillarmod, Dan Greenburg, Richard Duncombe-Jewell, Somerset Maugham, Jimmy Page

Book of the Law, The (Liber AL vel Legis) – see Clifford Bax, Graham Bond, Aleister Crowley, Allen H. Greenfield, Robert Heinlein, David Allen Hulse, Aldous Huxley, Charles Stansfeld Jones (Frater Achad), George Cecil Jones Jr., Rose Edith Kelly, Herbert Spencer Lewis, Norman Mudd, Jack Parsons, Elaine Simpson, Helen Parsons-Smith, Heinrich Tränker, Don Web, Toyah Ann Willcox

Books; stores and publishers:
        Ancient Ways – see Glenn Turner
        Askin Publishers Ltd. – see Stephen Skinner 
        Book World (New Haven, CT) – see Chuck Landau 
        Caduceus Books – see Ben Fernee 
        City Lights Books – see Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg
        Cornelius (publications) – see Erica M Cornelius, Gerald Edward Cornelius
        De Laurence, Scott & Co. – see William Atkinson, Lauron William de Laurence 
        Fanfrolico Press – see Jack Lindsay, Inky Stephensen 
        Feral House – see Adam Parfrey
        Kephra Press – see Mike Magee 
        Level Press – see Llee Heflin 
        Llewellyn Worldwide Ltd. – see Donald Michael Kraig, Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
        Magickal Childe, The – see Herman Slater
        Magus Bookstore – see Roger Williamson  
        Mandrake Press – see Jack Lindsay, Inky Stephensen
        Mandrake Press Ltd. – see Anthony R. Naylor 
        New Falcon Publications – see Dr. Christopher Hyatt 
        Sangreal Foundation Inc. – see Carr P. Collins Jr. 
        Serpents Occult Books – see Steve Savedow
        Teitan Press – see Keith Richmond
        U.S. Games Systems Inc. – see Stuart Ronald Kaplan 
        Warlock Shop, The – see Herman Slater
        Weiser Books – see Keith Richmond, Donald Weiser

Borderland Sciences Research Associates (BSRA) – see Riley Crabb, Meade Layne, Mark Probert

Bounty (ship) – see Fletcher Christian 

Branch Davidian – see David Koresh 

Brooklyn Bridge, jumping off the – see Steve Brodie 

Brotherhood of Light, The – see C.C. Zain

Brotherhood of the Seven Rays, The – see George Hunt Williamson

Brotherhood of the White Temple – see Maurice Doreal

Builders of the Adytum (B.O.T.A.) – see Paul Foster Case, Ann Davies, Jason Christopher Lotterhand 

Burning Man – see Larry “Lee” Harvey 

Butt Reader (Rumpology) – see Jackie Stallone 

Cabalistic Order of the Rosicrucian – see Stanislas de Guaita, Joséphin Péladan 

Camp Winnarainbow – see Wavy Gravy

Cannibals – see Zackery Morgan Bowen, Jeffrey Dahmer, Albert Fish, Bai Ling, Alfred G. Packer, Daniel Paul Rakowitz, Peter Stubbe, Marjorie Muir Worthington

Cannibals, eaten by – see Reverend Thomas Baker, Johan de Witt

Cardiff giant – see George Hull

Castañeda – see Carlos Castañeda, Ricardo Flores, Oscar Ichazo, Richard de Mille, Amy Wallace 

Catch-22 – see Joseph Heller, Buck Henry, Franz Kafka

Céfalu – see Abbey of Thelema (Céfalu)

Cemetery antics – see Edward P. McGovern

Chaos Magick – see Peter Carroll, Andrew D. Chumbley, Grant Morrison, Lionel Snell, Ray Sherwin

Chicken – see Miracle Mike 

Children of God – see David Brandt Berg 

Choronzon Club – see Louis T. Culling, C. F. Russell, William Wallace Webb

Christian Scientists – see Mary Baker

Church of All Worlds (CAW) – see Frederick MacLaren Adams, Anodea Judith, Duane Adam Rostoker, Timothy Zell, Morning Glory Zell-Ravenheart

Church of Aphrodite, The – see Gleb Yevgenyevich Botkin 

Church of Carmel, The – see Abbé Boullan, Jean Bricaud, Eugène Vintras

Church of Light, The – see C.C. Zain

Church of the Realized Fantasy, The – see Daniel Paul Rakowitz

Church of the SubGenius, The – see Douglass St. Clair Smith 

Colney Hatch – see Alexander Cannon, Rose Edith Kelly, Aaron Kosminski, Maria Teresa de Miramar

Comedians – see Lenny Bruce, Benny Hill, W. C. Fields, Firesign Theater, Buck Henry, Groucho Marx, Soupy Sales, Lily Tomlin

Computer – see HAL 9000 

Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (CSI) – see Philip Klass, Paul Kurtz, Joe Nickell 

Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP) – see Philip Klass, Paul Kurtz

Coral Castle – see Edward Leedskalnin

Cosmon Research Foundation see – Gloria Lee 

Course in Miracles, A – see Helen Schucman

Covenant of the Goddess (COG) – see Edward “Ed” Fitch, Aidan Kelly, Glenn Turner, Joseph Bearwalker Wilson 

Crowley biographers – see Martin Booth, Alan Burnett-Rae, Richard T. Cole, Aleister Crowley, Amado Crowley, Tobias Churton, Andrew Drylie, Francis King, Richard Kaczynski, Daniel P. Mannix, Marco Pasi, Alan Richardson, Timothy d’Arch Smith, Inky Stephensen, Gerald Suster, Lawrence Sutin, John Symonds, Colin Wilson

Crowley followers – see Henri Birven, Mary Butts, George Cowie, Louis Culling, Vivian Deacon, Montgomery Evans, Francis Feilding, J. F. C. “Boney” Fuller, Frieda Harris, Leah Hirsig, Charles Stansfeld Jones (Frater Achad), George Cecil Jones, Arnold Krumm-Heller, Guy Marston, Gabriel Montenegro, Norman Mudd, Victor Neuburg, Karl Germer, Sascha Germer, Eugen Grosche, Leon Engers-Kennedy, Friedrich Levke, Raoul Loveday, Helen Parsons-Smith, Oskar Schlag, Albert W. Ryerson, Tankerville, Heinrich Tränker, Gerald Yorke

Crowley’s mistresses – see Kasimira Bass, Pearl Brooksmith, Kathleen Bruce, Billie Busch, Aimée Crocker, Florence Farr, Jeanne Robert Foster, Eileen Gray, Alethea Gyles, Leah Hirsig, Rose Edith Kelly, Gerda Maria von Kothek, Ada Leverson, Roddie Minor, Maria Teresa de Miramar, Vera Blanche Neville, Dorothy Olsen, Bertha Prykryl (Bruce), Ninette Shumway, Elaine Mary Simpson, Susan Strong, Mary d’Este Sturges, Eva Tanguay, Leila Bathurst Waddell, Helen Westley

Crowley’s descendants and wannabes – see Astarte Lulu Panthea, Aleister Ataturk, Amado Crowley, Isabella Fraux, Richard Duncombe-Jewell, Aleister McAlpine, Anne Lea (Poupée) … Nuit Ma Ahathoor Hecate Sappho Jezebel Lilith Crowley

Crowley’s sister – see Grace Mary Elizabeth Crowley

Crowley, stories about as told by others – see Christabel Aberconway, Evangeline Adams, Michael Ayrton, Wambly Bald, Clifford Bax, Sylvia Beach, Arnold Bennett, Peter Brook, Collin Brooks, Alan Burnett-Rae, Eliza M. Butler, Robert Byron, Alexander Cannon, Hereward Carrington, Luisa Casati, Ananda Kentish Coomaraswamy, Aimée Crocker, Nancy Cunard, Francis Dickie, Norman Douglas, Isadora Duncan, Richard Duncombe-Jewell, Walter Duranty, Oscar Eckenstein, Beresford Egan, Ronald Firbank, Eileen J. Garrett, Joan Grant, Rupert Grayson, Raymond Greene, Daisy Greville, Michael Hamburger, Gerald Hamilton, Nina Hamnett, Frank Harris, Kenneth Hopkins, Aldous Huxley, Christopher Isherwood, Augustus John, Harry Kemp, Maxwell Knight, Constant Lambert, James Laver, D. H. Lawrence, Sybil Leek, Jack Lindsay, Tom Longstaff, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Hector MacDonald, Ethel Mannin, Katherine Mansfield, Somerset Maugham, Louis Mencken, Henry Miller, Evan Morgan (Lord Tredegar), Elliott O’Donnell, Gwendolen Otter, Fernando Pessoa, H. C. J. Pollitt, Anthony Powell, John Cowper Powys, John Quinn, Man Ray, Israel Regardie, Maurice Richardson, Paul Robeson, William Seabrook, Greta Mary Sequeira, Dame Edith Sitwell, Leonard Smithers, Preston Sturges, Tankerville, Francis Toye, George Sylvester Viereck, Peter Warlock, Dennis Wheatley, Louis Wilkinson, W. B. Yeats

Crowley wackos – see Amado Crowley, T. Casey Brennan

Crowley, writers who base stories on – see Piers Anthony, Clive Barker, Elaine Bergstrom, James Blish, Warwick Deeping, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Ian Fleming, Neil Gaiman, Ernest Hemingway, Sherlock Holmes, Christopher Isherwood, M. R. James, Somerset Maugham, Gwynplaine MacIntyre, David St. Clair, H. R. Wakefield, Evelyn Waugh, Manly Wade Wellman, Dennis Yates Wheatley, Snoo Wilson

Cryptozoology – see David Hatcher Childress, Loren Coleman, Willie Ley, Ivan T. Sanderson

Crystal Skull – see Frederick Mitchell-Hedges 

Cult Leaders – see Marshall Applewhite, Shoko Asahara, Brother XII (Edward Arthur Wilson), Jim Jones, William Kamm, Joseph Dominic Kibwetere, David Koresh, Chizuo Matsumoto, Sun Myung Moon, Grigori Rasputin, Roch “Moïse” Theriault, Vissarion, Harun Yahya

Dada Movement – see Hugo Ball

Dictators – see Caligula, Julia Drusilla, François Duvalier (Papa Doc), Adolf Hitler, Gengis Khan, Nero, Osama bin Laden, Vlad Tepes, Tiberius, Torquemada, Ivan IV ‘The Terrible’ Vasiljevich

Dignidad Beneficent Society – see Paul Schäfer Schneider 

Discordians, The – see Gregory Hill, Kerry Wendell Thornley

Divine Light Mission, The – see Guru Maharaj Ji

Dog, (Russian astronaut) – see November 3, 1957 (date)

Dogs, eating at the table – see Francis Henry Egerton

Drinkable Gold – see Dr. Francis Anthony 

Drugs – see John Marco Allegro, Richard Alpert, Wade Davis, Thomas De Quincey, Nevill Drury, Bruce Eisner, John Fuller, William James, Michael J. Harner, Albert Hoffmann, Aldous Huxley, Timothy Leary, Fitz Hugh Ludlow, Terrence McKenna, Ralph Metzner, Richard Alan Miller, Humphrey Osmond, Augustus Owsley (Bear), Maria Sabina, Alice B. Toklas, Robert Gordon Wasson, Gordon Wong Wellesley, Tom Wolfe

Earth Day – see José Argüelles, Ira Samuel Einhorn, Gaylord Nelson

Earth Religion News (magazine) – see Herman Slater

Eckankar – see Paul Twitchell  

Ek-Klesian Order of the Oriental Templars, The – see William C. Conway

Ek-Klesia-Hermetic Brotherhood of Light, The – see William C. Conway 

Edda Society – see Rudolf John Gorsleben

Electric Chair, first guy fried in – see William Kemmler 

Eleusis, Rites of – see Commander Guy Marston, Victor Neuburg, Gwendolen Otter, Keith Richmond, Algernon Swinburne, James Thomson, Leila Bathurst Waddell, Richard Wagner 

Emperor of California, The – see Joshua Abraham Norton 

Erhard Seminar Training (EST) – see Werner Hans Erhard

Essex, a whaling ship – see Herman Melville

Eucalyptus Trees – see William Wolfskill

Evangelists – see David Brandt Berg, Harold Camping, Jack Chick, Jim Jones, David Koresh, Bob Larson, Hal Lindsey, Shirley MacLaine, Grady Shannon McMurtry, Aimee Semple McPherson, Adnan Oktar, Peter Popoff, Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Robert Reidt, Oral Roberts, William Schnoebelen, Gene Scott, Jimmy Swaggart, Mike Warnke

Exorcist, The (movie) – see Linda Blair, William Peter Blatty, Father Edward Albert Hughes

Exorcism – see Linda Denise Blair, William Peter Blatty, Martin Ebon, Dan Greenburg, Margaret Alethea Gyles, Douglas Arthur Hill, Father Edward Alpert Hughes, Bob Larson, Anna Elizabeth Michel, James Murrell, Daniel Obinim, David St. Clair, Peter Underwood, Ed Warren

Factory, The – see Andrew Prine, Valerie Jean Solanas, Ultra Violet, Andy Warhol

Fate (magazine) – see Curtis Fuller, David Godwin, Donald Michael Kraig, Raymond Palmer

Fédération Universelle des Ordres et Sociétés Initiatiques (FUDOSI) – see Constant Martin Chevillon 

Fellowship of Isis – see Countess Tamara Bourkoun, Lawrence Durdin-Robertson, Olivia Robertson 

Fellowship of The Rosy Cross, The – see Arthur Edward Waite

Feminism, term coined by – see François Marie Charles Fourier 

Feminists (suffrage and Woman’s Liberation movement) – see Margot Susanna Adler, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Zsuzsanna Budapest, Marjorie Cameron, Ida Craddock, Florence Farr, Maud Gonne, Anna Kingsford, Ethel Edith Mannin, Patricia Monaghan, Valerie Jean Solanas, Annie Sprinkle, Starhawk, Jackson Stitt Wilson, Victoria Claflin Woodhull

Feminists (spawn Men’s Movement) – see Robert Bly

Feraferia – see Frederick MacLaren Adams 

Feri Tradition – see Victor Henry Anderson, Cora Ann Cremeans, Gwydion Pendderwen

Findhorn Foundation, The – see Peter Caddy

First Church of Satan – see Anton Szandor LaVey 

First Society of Spiritualists – see John Ballou Newbrough

Flight 401– see John Grant Fuller, Robert “Bob” Loft

Flying Spaghetti Monster – see Bobby Henderson 

Foo Fighters – see Bill Holman

Forever 27 Club, The – see Robert Leroy Johnson 

Fortean Times – see Charles Hoy Fort

Foundation Faith of God, The – see Mary Anne de Grimston 

Fountain of the World, The – see Francis Pencovic

Fourth Way, The – see J. G. Bennett, E. J. Gold, Georgii Ivanovitch Gurdjieff, Alfred Richard Orage, P. D. Ouspensky, Willem A. Nyland, Irmis B. Popoff

Frankenstein (the real person) – see Johann Konrad Dippel, Radu Florescu, Donald Frank Glut, Douglas Arthur Hill, John William Polidori, Mary Shelley

Frankenstein in movies and stories – see John Carradine, Lon Chaney Jr., Peter Cushing, Boris Karloff, Elsa Lanchester, Thomas Ligotti, Bela Lugosi, Eri Otoguro, Eihi Shiina, Bob Wilkins, Zacherley

Fraternity of the Inner Light – see Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki, James Herbert Brennan, Walter Ernest Butler, Dion Fortune, Maiya Tranchell Hayes, Paul Huson, Gareth Knight, Meade Layne, Alan Richardson

Fraternitas Rosae Crucis (FRC) – see Swinburne Clymer, George Lippard, Paschal Beverly Randolph

Fraternitas Rosicruciana Antiqua (FRA) – see Arnold Krumm-Heller, Dr. Gabriel Montenegro 

Fraternitas Saturni (Fraternity of Saturn) – see Franz Bardon, Frater U.D., Albin Grau, Eugen Grosche, Karl Spiesberger

Freaks – see Andre the Giant, Tod Browning, Johnny “Eck” Eckhardt, Violet and Daisy Hilton, Joseph Merrick (Elephant Man), Miracle Mike, Prince Randian, Angelo Rossitto, Homer Tate, Robert Wadlow, Lucía Zárate (smallest woman)

Gaffes, King of – see Homer Tate

Gangsters – see Clyde Barrow, Al Capone, John Herbert Dillinger, “Pretty Boy” Floyd, Bonnie Parker

Gay Rights – see Gilbert Baker, James Broughton, Curtis Harrington, Harry Hay, Magnus Hirschfeld, Christopher Isherwood, David Thorstad

Gazer, The – see Braco

Generation X – see Douglas Coupland 

Ghosts – see Mary Bregavy (Resurrection Mary), Edmund Dudley (Dudleytown), Mary E. Hart (Midnight Mary), Bob Loft (Flight 401) 

Ghost Hunters – see Zak Bagans, Sir William Crookes, Jason Hawes, Hans Holzer, Harry Price, Peter Underwood, Ed Warren, Lorraine Warren, Grant Wilson

Gnostic Church, etc. – see François-Charles Barlet, Michael Paul Bertiaux, Jean Bricaud, William Conway, J. Edward Cornelius, Jules Doinel, Allen H. Greenfield, Rene Guenon, Peter Koenig, Grady Louis McMurtry, Miguel de Molinos, Papus, Bertha Prykryl (Bruce), Theodor Reuss, Arden Schaeffer, William Schnoebelen, Harry Smith

Golden Dawn, The Hermetic Order of – see Rev. William A. Ayton, Julian Baker, Allan Bennett, Moina Bergson (Mathers), Algernon Blackwood, John William Brodie-Innes, Percy Bullock, Paul Foster Case, Aleister Crowley, Florence Farr, Marie Emily Fornario, Dion Fortune, Frederick Leigh Gardner, Maud Gonne, Maiya Tranchell Hayes, Frederick Hockley, Annie Horniman, Swami Horos, George Cecil Jones, Gerald Kelly, Charles Thomas Loveday, Arthur Machen, Samuel L. M. Mathers, Papus, Israel Regardie, Sax Rohmer, Charles G. Rosher, Elaine Mary Simpson, Pamela Colman Smith, Bram Stoker, Susan Strong, Arthur Edward Waite, Rev. Woodford, Dr. William Robert Woodman, Dr. William Wynn Westcott, William Butler Yeats 

Golden Dawn (New Zealand) – see Pat Zalewski 

Grail (Parzifal, etc., and related) – see Michael Baigent, Richard Cavendish, Philip Coppens, Marie-Louise von Franz, Max Heindel, Karl Hill, Leah Hirsig, Emma Jung, Maurice Kufferath, Mary Magdalene, Amalie Materna, Michael Meehan, John Michell, Trevor Ravenscroft, Theodor Reuss, Walter Johannes Stein, Richard Wagner, Jessie Weston, Hermann Winkelmann 

Green Egg (magazine), The – see Cora Ann Cremeans, Duane Adam Rostoker, Timothy Zell, Morning Glory Zell-Ravenheart 

Guillotine – see Marie Antoinette, Joseph-Ignace Guillotin, Fritz Haarmann, Peter Kürten, Henri Désiré Landru, Robespierre, Charles-Henri Sanson

Haiku – see Louis Cuneo

Hand of Death – see Henry Lee Lucas 

Hanged, first person in Americ to be – see September 30, 1630 (date)

Heaven’s Gate – see Marshall Herff Applewhite

Hell Fire Club – see Maxwell Ashby Armfield, Sir Francis Dashwood, Benjamin Franklin, Daniel P. Mannix, Thomas “Buck” Whaley, Philip Wharton 

Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor – see Francois-Charles Barlet, Louis-Maximilian Bimstein, Emma Hardinge Britten, Thomas Henry Burgoyne, Peter Davidson, P. B. Randolph, C. C. Zain

Hermetic Alchemical Order of the QBLH – see William Wallace Webb

Hindu – see Meher Baba, Robert Hansen, Lauron William de Laurence, Rabindranath Tagore, Swami Vivekananda 

Hobbit – see Bilbo Baggins and Frodo Baggins, John R. R. Tolkien

Hog Farm – see Wavy Gravy

Holidays – see The Feast of Epiphany, Festivus (December 23), The Feast Day of Mary Magdalene, Japanese Penis Festival, Married to Scorpio Day, Feast of Theophilus, Feast of Saint Urho, Walpurgisnacht

Hollow Earth – see Doc Anderson, Dr. Raymond Bernard, Lord Edward Bulwer-Lytton, Edgar Rice Burroughs, David Childress, Riley Crabb, Maurice Doreal, Willis George Emerson, Leonhard Euler, Marshall B. Gardner, Edmond Halley, Willian von Humboldt, Olaf Jansen, Edgar Lucian Larkin, Tomomi Miyashita, Raymond Palmer, Tuesday Lobsang Rampa, Richard Shaver, Philip Lutley Sclater, Brad Steiger, Captain John Symmes, Cyrus Reed Teed, Brinsley Le Poer Trench  

Holy Order of MANS (HOOM) – see Earl Blighton

Houdini – see Joseph Dunninger, Anna Eva Fay, Arthur Ford, Swami Laura Horos, Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin, Harry Houdini, James Pike, James Randi 

Hypocrites Club – see Robert Byron, Raoul Loveday 

Hypnotism – see Charles Baudouin, Dr. Alexander Cannon, Emile Coué, Joseph Dunninger, Dr. Leo Louis Martello, Anton Mesmer

I AM Presence – see Godfre Ray King

I-Ching – see José Argüelles, Terrence McKenna, Richard Wilhelm 

Illuminates of Thanateros – see Peter James Carroll, Andrew D. Chumbley, Ray Sherwin, Frater U∴D∴

Illuminati – see Karl von Eckartshausen, Dom Pernety, Theodor Reuss, Adam Weishaupt 

Independent & Rectified Order R.R. et A.C. – see Percy William Bullock, Arthur Edward Waite

Institute for the Harmonious Development of Man – see Alfred Richard Orage

Inventors, etc. – see Bartolomeo Cristofori (piano), Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, A. C. Gilbert, Ernst Grafenberg (IUD), Robert Leo Hulseman (Solo cup), Léon Theremin, Nikola Tesla, Leonardo da Vinci

Jackalope – see Douglas Eugene Herrick

Jack the Ripper – see Gavin Baddeley, Lewis Carroll, George Chapman, Mabel Collins, Montague John Druitt, Jean Overton Fuller, Sir William Gull, H. H. Holmes, Aaron Kosminski, Alan Moore, Walter Sickert, Roslyn D’Onston Stephenson, Francis Tumblety, Prince Albert Victor

Japanese Ghosts – see Oiwa-Inari

Jesus a Buddhist, Krisna, etc. – see Louis Jacolliot, Nikolai Aleksandrovich Notovitch

Jesus did not die on the Cross – see Donovan Maxwell Joyce

John Birch Society – see John Morrison Birch 

Kabbalah Centre International (Los Angeles), The – see Philip S. Berg 

Kabbalistic Order of the Rose-Croix (Ordre Kabbalistique de la Rose-Croix) – see François-Charles Barlet, Abbé Boullan, Papus 

Kali – see Amma (Mother), Savitri Devi, William Henry Sleeman

Kensington Runestone – see Olof Olsson

Kennedy conspiracy – see T. Casey Brennan, Mae Brussell, Philip Coppens, Jeane Dixon, Jim Marrs 

King Tutankhamen – see Lord Carnarvon, Howard Carter

Knights Templars – see Godfrey of Bouillon, Jacques de Molay, Hugues de Payens

Krishna – see September 1, 1896 (date), George Arundale, Keith Gordon Ham, Louis Jacolliot, Gopi Krishna, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Krishna Venta, Maximiani Julia Portas, Swami Bhaktipada, Swami Prabhupada, Swami Vivekananda

LAM – see Michael Staley, Whitley Strieber

Lemuria – see David Childress, Frank Collin, Erica M Cornelius, Maurice Doreal, Daniel Fry, Ernst Haeckel, Louis Jacolliot, Richard G. Kieninger, J. Z. Knight, Edgar Lucian Larkin, Herbert Spencer Lewis, Valeria Lukyanova (Space Barbie), Ruth E. Norman, Frederick Oliver, Philip Lutley Sclater, Richard Shaver, Rudolf Steiner, Robert D. Stelle, Lewis Spence, Howard John Zitko

Lemurian Fellowship, The – see Richard G. Kieninger, Frederick Oliver, Robert D. Stelle, Howard John Zitko 

Lie Detectors and plants – see Cleve Backster

List Society – see Rudolf John Gorsleben, Jörg Lanz von Liebenfels, Guido Karl Anton List, Georg Lomer, Phillip Stauff

Loch Ness – see Francis Toye, Nicholas Witchell

Lost Dutchman Mine – see Jacob Waltz

Loudin – see Urbain Grandier, Jeanne des Anges

Lovecraft – see Mercy Lena Brown, Lyon Sprague de Camp, Ramsey Campbell, Lin Carter, August Derleth, Sonia Greene, Robert E. Howard, S. T. Joshi, Peter P. Levenda, Frank Belknap Long, Howard Phillips Lovecraft, Brian Lumley, Dick Lupoff, Robert McNair Price, Herman Slater, Clark Ashton Smith, Wilbur Whateley, Olaus Wormius 

Man in the Iron Mask, The – see November 19, 1703 (date), Alexandre Dumas, Kaspar Hauser

Manson – see Bobby Beausoleil, Vincent T. Bugliosi, Susan Atkins, Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme, Mary Anne de Grimston, Charles Manson, Roman Polanski, Boyd Rice Ed Sanders, Sharon Tate 

Mark-Age (Mark-eting Age-nts) – see Charles Boyd Gentzel 

Martinist Order – see Christian Bernard, Jean Bricaud, Józef Maria Hoene-Wroński, Martinez de Pasqually, Joséphin Péladan

Masonic authors – see Robert Wentworth Little, Albert Gallatin Mackey, William Morgan, Papus, Albert Pike, William Stirling, James Ingall Wedgwood, Walter Leslie Wilmshurst, John Yarker

MAAT – see Charles Stansfeld Jones (Frater Achad), Nema 

Mayan – see José Argüelles, Carl Johan Calleman, Barbara Hand Clow, John Major Jenkins, Terrence McKenna, Augustus Le Plongeon

Meat Shower – see William Livingston Alden

Memphis and Mizraim – see Allen H. Greenfield, Theodor Reuss, James Ingall Wedgwood, John Yarker 

Men in Black – see Albert K. Bender, Gray Barker, Allen H. Greenfield, Mary Hyer, John Keel 

MENSA – see Richard Buckminster “Bucky” Fuller 

Meteorite, hit by – see Ann Elizabeth Hodges

Mickey Mouse – see November 18, 1928 (date)

Möbius Strip – see August Ferdinand Möbius

Mothman – see Gray Barker, Loren Coleman, Woodrow Wilson Derenberger, Mary Hyer, John Keel

Mondays, I hate – see Brenda Spencer

Montauk – see Alfred Bielek, Peter Moon, Preston Nichols

Money Pit – see Frederick G. Nolan 

Montessori (school) – see Maria Tecla Artemisia Montessori

Moon Hoax – see Richard Adams Locke 

Moonies – see Sun Myung Moon

Mormon – see William C. Conway, Sidney Rigdon, William Schnoebelen, Joseph Smith, Solomon Spalding, Jerald Tanner, Homer Tate, Brigham Young

Mountain Climbers – see Oscar Eckenstein, Sir Edmund Hillary, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Howard-Bury, Jules Jacot-Guillarmod, Raymond Greene, Tom Longstaff, Eric Earle Shipton, Bill Tilman

Movie Directors – see Antero Alli, Kenneth Anger, Charles Bolden, Nick Bougas, Peter Brook, James Broughton, Tod Browning, Donald Cammell, John Carpenter, Roger Corman, Wes Craven, Maya Deren, Albin Grau, Curtis Harrington, Ray Harryhausen, Alfred Hitchcock, Derek Jarman, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Akira Kurosawa, Fritz Lang, Dino De Laurentiis, Herschell Gordon Lewis, David Lynch, Takashi Miike, Roman Polanski, George Romero, Ken Russell, Preston Sturges, Quentin Tarantino, Orson Welles, Ed Wood, Nick Zedd, Rob Zombie

Movies, authors (Asian):
Kuriyama Chiaki - Battle Royale, Kill Bill, Volume I
Bai Ling - Dumplings, The Gene-Generation 
Miho Kanno- Eko Eko Azarak: Wizard of Darkness, Tomie
Miyuki Katori - Legendary Panty Mask 
Aoba Kawai - Meatball Machine,
Lucy Liu - Kill Bill I, Rise: Blood Hunter 
Seichō Matsumoto (author on Suicide Forest)
Takashi Miike - (director)
Tomomi Miyashita - F
Masumi Miyazaki - Strange Circus
Miki Mizuno - Carved: The Slit-Mouthed Woman
Samara Morgan - (Character in Ringu)
Eri Otoguro - Onechanbara, Shaolin Girl, Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl 
Shu Qi - The Eye 2
Edogawa Ranpo - (author who wrote the movie The Blind Beast) 
Eihi Shiina - Audition
Pu Songling - (author, movie, Ghost Stories)
Aya Ueto - Azumi, Azumi 2
Yanin “Jeeja” Vismitananda - Chocolate, Raging Phoenix
Race Wong - Ab-Normal Beauty
Minase Yashiro - Machine Girl
Kimika Yoshino - Eko Eko Azarak: Wizard of Darkness

Music – see Carl Abrahamsson, Bobby Beausoleil, Graham Bond, David Bowie, Rosemary Brown, Jim Carroll, Nick Cave, David Cherubim, Frederick Chopin, Alice Cooper, Louis Cuneo, Glenn Danzig, Jinx Dawson, Bruce Dickinson, Marianne Faithfull, Arlo Guthrie, “Screamin Jay” Hawkins, Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Robert Leroy Johnson, Brian Jones, Janis Joplin, King Diamond, Lady GaGa, Constant Lambert, John Lennon, Lydia Lunch, Marilyn Manson, Jim Morrison, Mozart, Genesis P-Orridge, Paula P-Orridge, Jimmy Page, Iggy Pop, Elvis Presley, Rodney Orpheus, Ozzy Osbourne, Quorthon, Henry Rollins, Gabrielle Roth, Ed Sanders, Rezső Seress (“Gloomy Sunday”), Patti Smith, Léon Theremin, David Tibet, Tiny Tim, Richard Wagner, Tom G. Warrior, Toyah Ann Willcox, Wendy O. Williams, Sid Vicious, Z’EV, Rob Zombie

Nancy School – see Charles Baudouin, Emile Coué

National Laboratory of Psychical Research (NLPR) – see Harry Price

Nazis – see Franz Bardon, Robert Charroux, Constant Martin Chevillon, Frank Collin, Nancy Cunard, Savitri Devi, Dietrich Eckart, Joseph Patrick Farrell, Ian Fleming, Karl Germer, Joscelyn Godwin, Albin Grau, Eugen Grosche, Erik Jan Hanussen, General Karl Haushofer, Rudolf Hess, Magnus Hirschfeld, Adolf Hitler, Ellic Paul Howe, Aldous Huxley, Jan Kefer, Karl Krafft, Arnold Krumm-Heller, Ernst Issberner-Haldane, Alfred Charles Kinsey, Peter P. Levenda, Jörg Lanz von Liebenfels, Guido Karl Anton List, Georg Lomer, Friedrich Marby, Peter Moon, Evan Morgan, Preston Nichols, Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, Marco Pasi, William Pelley, Trevor Ravenscroft, Wilhelm Reich, Herbert Reichstein, George Lincoln Rockwell, Hugh Trevor-Roper, Paul Schäfer Schneider, René Adolphe Schwaller, Elaine Mary Simpson, Baron Rudolf von Sebottendorf, Miguel Serrano, Dusty Sklar, Walter Stein, Dr. Frank Stranges, Karl Maria Wilgut, Cecil Hugh Williamson, Louis de Wohl

Necrophilia – see Karen Greenlee 

New Age – see Alice Bailey, Shirley MacLaine 

New Chronology (Russia) – see Anatoly Timofeevich Fomenko

New Isis Lodge – see Ithell Colquhoun, Kenneth Grant

New Reformed Orthodox Order of the Golden Dawn (NROOGD) – see Don Frew, Aidan Kelly, Glenn Turner 

New Thought movement – see William Walker Atkinson, Mary Baker Eddy, Phineas P. Quimby 

Niagara Falls, in a barrel – see Annie Edson Taylor 

Nixon and UFO – see Jackie Gleason, Dr. Frank Stranges

North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) – see David Thorstad 

Nude, riding – see Lady Godiva 

Oahspe – see Gloria Lee, John Ballou Newbrough

Oh, Wicked Wanda – see Frederic Mullally 

Oneida community – see Charles Julius Guiteau, John Humphrey Noyes

Oom – see Dr. Pierre Bernard, Alma Magdalena Hirsig 

Opus Dei – see José María Mariano Escrivá y Albás 

Order of the New Templars (ONT) – see Jörg Lanz von Liebenfels

Order of the Pyramid and the Sphinx – see Countess Tamara Bourkoun 

Order of the Solar Temple, The – see Jo Di Mambro

Order of the Temple of Astarte (OTA) – see Carroll “Poke” Runyon, Nelson White

Order of the Temple of the Rosy Cross (OTRC) – see Annie Wood Besant

Ordo Argenteum Astrum – see William Wallace Webb 

Ordo Aurum Solis (OAS) – see Melita Denning, George Henry Stanton, Carl Llewellyn Weschcke 

Ordo Novi Templi – see Ernst Issberner-Haldane

Ordo Templi Orientis Antiqua (OTOA) – see William Wallace Webb

OTO founders – see Aleister Crowley, Carl Kellner, Franz Hartmann, Herbert Spencer Lewis, Papus, Theodor Reuss, Heinrich Tränker

OTO initiates after 1970 – see Ebony Anpu, Luis Alvarado, Isaac Bonewits, William Breeze, Gerald del Campo, David Cherubim, Erica M Cornelius, Gerald Edward Cornelius, Marlene Cornelius, Christopher John Dietler, Lon Milo DuQuette, Steve Englehart, Jim Eshelman, Sallie Ann Glassman, James Graeb, Allen H. Greenfield, Clive Harper, William Emmet Heidrick, Richard Kaczynski, Chuck Landau, Llee Heflin, Dr. Christopher Hyatt, G. M. Kelly, Peter Koenig, Richard Alan Miller, Matthew Murray, Rodney Orpheus, Adam Rostoker, Arden Schaeffer, David Scriven, Gregory von Seewald, Herman Slater, Bob Stein, Gerald Suster, Glenn Turner, James Wasserman

OTO (Kenneth Grant) – see Henrik Bogdan, David Curwen, Kenneth Grant, Steffi Grant, Ithell Colquhoun, Mike Magee, Michael Staley, William Wallace Webb

OTO (Marcelo Motta, and/or his AA) – see Society Ordo Templi Orientis

OTO (Solar Lodge, California) – see Georgina “Jean” Brayton, J. Edward Cornelius, Ed Sanders 

OTO (Switzerland) – see Hermann Metzger

Ouija – see William Blatty, J. Edward Cornelius, William Fuld, Helen Parsons-Smith, Jane Roberts, Susy Smith, Stewart White, George Hunt Williamson, Patience Worth

Our Lady of the Ark – see William Kamm 

Pagan News (magazine) – see Rodney Orpheus 

Pagan Way, The – see Margot Adler, Edward “Ed” Fitch, Joseph Bearwalker Wilson

Paracelsus Research Society – see Frater Albertus, Hans W. Nintzel 

Parapsychology Foundation – see Martin Ebon, Eileen J. Garrett

Parapsychology Institute of America – see Stephen Kaplan

Parapsychology Laboratory at Duke University – see Dr. Joseph Banks Rhine, Susy Smith

Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC) – see Tipper Gore 

Paris Workings – see Aimée Crocker, Walter Duranty, Victor Neuburg

Pastafarianism – see Bobby Henderson 

Peace Sign – see Gerald Herbert Holtom 

Phallicism and related – see James George Roche Forlong, Richard Payne Knight, Joseph Freiherr von Hammer-Purgstall, Alexander Hislop, Georges Le Clément de Saint-Marcq, Alice Bunker Stockham

Philadelphia Experiment – see Carlos Miguel Allende, Charles Berlitz, Alfred Bielek, Dr. Morris Jessup, Preston Nichols

Philosophic Gnostic Hermetic Society – see William Wallace Webb 

Philosophical Research Society – see Manly Palmer Hall

Photography – see Jule Eisenbud, Semyon Kirlian, Ted Serios 

Pigeon use in WWII – see Evan Morgan

Pin-up model – see Bettie Page 

Pirates – see Anne Bonny, Frederick G. Nolan, Harold Tom Wilkins

Placebo Effect – see Emile Coué 

Process Church of the Final Judgment, The – see Mary Anne de Grimston, Robert de Grimston, Ed Sanders

Prophets/Prophetess – see Bahá’u’lláh, David Berg, Jacob Boehme, Edgar Cayce, Aleister Crowley, Peter Deunov, Nanak Dev, Charles Gentzel, Khalil Gibran, Joseph Kibwetere, Jakob Lorder, Mani, Peter Popoff, Ivica Prokić, Raël, Mother Shipton, Joseph Smith, Joanna Southcott (Book of Revelation), Matthias Stormberger, Roch “Moïse” Theriault, Baba Vanga, Vissarion, Pierre-Michel-Eugène Vintras, Brigham Young, Zarathushtra

Psychic, real and frauds – see Doc Anderson, Sylvia Browne, Theresa Caputo, Gerard Croiset, Jeane Dixon, John Edward, Arthur Ford, Ann Leah Fox, Kate Fox, Margaret Smith Fox, Eileen J. Garrett, Tyler Henry, Daniel Dunglas Home, Peter Hurkos, Daniel Logan, Ruth Montgomery, Eusapia Palladino, Jess Stern, Doris Stokes, Ena Baker Twigg, Baba Vanga 

Psychic News (magazine) – see Maurice Barbanell 

Psychic Surgeon – see Antonio C. Agpaoa 

Psychology – see Margot Adler, Luis Alvarado, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Charles Baudouin, Alexander Cannon, Nandor Fodor, Marie-Louise von Franz, Sigismund Freud, Patrick Harper, James Hillman, Alice Orcutt Howell, Arthur Janov (Primal Scream), Carl Jung, Emma Jung, Richard von Krafft-Ebing, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross (Five Phases of Death), Sallie Nichols, Larry Pazder (recovered memories), Fritz Perls (Gestalt Therapy), Wilhelm Reich, Ida Pauline Rolf (Rolfing), B. F. Skinner, Roger Sperry (Right and Left-Brain) 

Quest Society – see Ithell Colquhoun, G. R. S. Mead 

Quietist Movement – see Madame Guyon 

Rabbit, The Killer – see Jimmy Carter

Radio hosts – see Margot Adler, Art Bell, Philip Coppens, Frank Edwards, Alex Jones, Long John Nebel, William Noffke, George Ralph Noory, Howard Stern, Orson Welles 

Radical Faeries, The – see James Broughton, Harry Hay 

Raëlians – see Raël

Ramtha – see J. Z. Knight

Reformed Druids of North America – see Philip Emmons Isaac Bonewits, William Heidrick 

Reiki – see Mikao Usui 

Reincarnated, claiming to be – see Sathya Sai Baba, Terrance Casey Brennan, Count Alessandro di Cagliostro, William C. Conway, Maud Gonne, Joan Grant, Richard G. Kieninger, Dalai Lama, Éliphas Lévi, Shirley MacLaine, Howard Menger, Oskar Rudolf Schlag, Virginia Tighe, Rancy Vennum, Pierre-Michel-Eugène Vintras 

Renewed Order of the Temple (ORT) – see Jo Di Mambro 

Restorers of Alchemical Manuscripts Society (R.A.M.S.) – see Hans W. Nintzel

Roanoke – see Virginia Dare, Lewis Albert Hammond 

Rosicrucian Fellowship (CA) – see Max Heindel

Runes – see Guido Karl Anton List, Friedrich Bernhard Marby, Olof Olsson, Karl Maria Wilgut, Olaus Wormius

Sadie Hawkins Day – see November 15, 1937 (date)

Saint Germain – see Godfre Ray King

Saints – see Augustine, Christina the Astonishing, Hildegard von Bingen, Hugging Saint (Amma, Mother), Ignatius of Loyola, Joan of Arc, Mother Teresa, St. Teresa of Avila

Salem Witchcraft – see Bridget Bishop, Laurie Cabot, Cotton Mather, Increase Mather

Samaritan Foundation, The – see Craig Alan Ross

Sangreal Sodality – see William Gordon Gray 

Sasquatch – see Abominable Snowman

Satanism – see Françoise d’ Aubigné, Wade Baskin, Abbé Boullan, Jinx Dawson, King Diamond, David Farrant, Robin Gecht, Charles Hacks, J. K. Huysmans, Bob Larson, Éliphas Lévi, Arthur Lyons, Jules Michelet, Matthew Murray, Maria de Naglowska, Sean Sellers, Ludovico Maria Sinistrari, Lionel Snell, Montague Summers, Maury Terry, Paul Valentine, La Voisin, Mike Warnke, X-Files

Satanism (LaVey) – see Carl Abrahamsson, Michael Aquino, Gavin Baddeley, Blanche Barton, Isaac Bonewits, Nick Bougas, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Gilmore, Diane Hegarty, Anton LaVey, Karla LaVey, Satan Xerxes Carnacki LaVey, Staton LaVey Szandor LaVey, Zeena Galatea LaVey, Steven Johnson Leyba, Jayne Mansfield, Marilyn Monroe, Boyd Rice

Scientology – see Paulette Cooper, Robert de Grimston, L. Ron Hubbard, David Miscavige, Peter Moon, Leah Remini, Paul Twitchell, Hugh B. Urban

Scooby Doo – see March 26, 2004 (date)

Second Coming of Christ (Judgement Day, Rapture) – see David Berg, Harold Camping, Peter Deunov, Clement Griscom, Robert Reidt 

Self-Realization Fellowship – see Mukunda Lal Ghosh, Swami Kriyananda, Paramahansa Yogananda 

Serial Killers and murderers – see Lawrencia “Bambi” Bembenek, David Berkowitz (Son of Sam), Lizzie Borden, Lucrezia Borgia, Zackery Morgan Bowen, Ted Bundy, Adolfo de Jesús Constanzo (Matamoros), Jeffrey Dahmer, Ira Samuel Einhorn (Unicorn Killer), Albert Fish, John Wayne Gacy, Robin Gecht, Ed Gein, Fritz Haarmann, H. H. Holmes, William Kemmler, Dr. Kevorkian, Peter Kürten, Henri Désiré Landru, Henry Lee Lucas, Matthew Murray, Gilles de Rais, Daniel Paul Rakowitz, Richard Ramirez, Gary Ridgway, Jimmy Savile, Sean Sellers, Valerie Jean Solanas, Peter Stubbe, Sweeney Todd, Edgar J. Watson 

Servants of the Light School (SOL) – see James Herbert Brennan, W. E. Butler, Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki 

Seth Material – see Sallie Ann Glassman, Jane Roberts 

Sethian Liberation Movement, The (SLM) – see Zeena Galatea LaVey 

Sex Theorists – see Alex Comfort, Ida Craddock, Julius Evola, François Fourier, Ernst Grafenberg (IUD), Magnus Hirschfeld, Virginia E. Johnson, Alfred Charles Kinsey, Richard von Krafft-Ebing, Robert E. L. Masters Jr., William Howell Masters, John Humphrey Noyes, Leopold Sacher-Masoch, Alice Bunker Stockham (Karezza), Wilhelm Reich, Dr. Ruth Westheimer

Sexual Adventurers – see Casanova, William James Chidley, Bob Guccione, Hugh Hefner, Xaviera Hollander, Fakir Musafar, Marquis de Sade, Annie Sprinkle

Shakers – see Ann Lee

Shasta, Mt. – see Earlyne Chaney, Maurice Doreal, Godfre Ray King, Edgar Lucian Larkin, Frederick Oliver, Philip Lutley Sclater

She sells seashells on the seashore – see Mary Anning 

Sherlock Holmes – see Sir Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes

Sikhism – see Nanak Dev 

Silver Legion – see William Dudley Pelley

Sinkhole victim – see Jeffrey Bush 

Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, The – see James Broughton 

Smiley Face – see Harvey Ross Ball 

Snake Handler, Pentecost – see Mark Wolford 

Society for Psychical Research (American/England) – see Frederick Bligh Bond, Francis Feilding, Sir Oliver Lodge, George Murray, Stewart Edward White

Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) – see Marion Zimmer Bradley, Diana Paxson

Society for Research in Rapport and Telekinesis (SORRAT) – see John G. Neihardt 

Society for Indecency to Naked Animals (SINA) – see Buck Henry

Society for the Investigation of the Unexplained – see Ivan T. Sanderson

Society of Novus Spiritus – see Sylvia Browne 

Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia (S.R.I.A.) – see Frederick Bligh Bond, Frederick Leigh Gardner, Frederick Hockley, Robert Wentworth Little, Kenneth Mackenzie, Arthur Edward Waite, William W. Westcott, Dr. William Robert Woodman

Society Ordo Templi Orientis (SOTO, including his AA) – see William Breeze, Richard Gurnon, James Daniel Gunther, Marcelo Ramos Motta, Robert North, Gregory von Seewald, Martin P. Starr, Bob Stein, James Wasserman 

Spontaneous Human Combustion – see Mary Hardy Reeser 

Spiritualists, Spiritism – see Emma Hardinge Britten, Sir William Crookes, Andrew Jackson Davis, Arthur Ford, Catherine “Kate” Fox, Allan Kardec, John Ballou Newbrough, Eusapia Palladino, Leonora Piper, Doris Stokes, Doris Sutton

Spring-heeled Jack – see Henry Beresford

Spy – see Benjamin Franklin, Mata Hari, Maxwell Knight, Bruce Lockhart 

Stage Magicians – see Franz Bardon, Washington Irving Bishop, Tod Browning, Claude Conlin, Arnold Crowther, Joseph Dunninger, Johnny “Eck” Eckhardt, Anna Eva Fay, A. C. Gilbert, Erik Jan Hanussen, Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin, Harry Houdini, George Kresge (Amazing Kreskin), Leon Mandrake (Mandrake the Magician), Daniel Mannix, James Randi, Chung Ling Soo

Star Trek – see Leonard Nimoy, Gene Roddenberry, William Shatner 

Starfire (magazine) – see Michael Staley 

Stella Matutina – see Percy William Bullock, Dion Fortune, Paul Anthony Huson, John William Brodie-Innes, Israel Regardie, Pat Zalewski

Sufi – see Henry Corbin, Rumi, Idries Shah

Suicide Forest (Japan) – see Seichō Matsumoto 

Swedenborgian Rite (Masonry) – see Emanuel Swedenborg 

Tantra – see Margot Anand, Dr. Pierre Bernard, David Curwen, David Joyner, Michael “Mike” Magee, Shri Gurudev Mahendranath, Theodor Reuss, Hugh B. Urban

Taphtatharath – see December 1, 1947 (date, Dr. Thomson)

Tarot – see Zsuzsanna Budapest, Paul Foster Case, Ann Davies, Etteilla, Marsilio Ficino, Antoine Court de Gébelin, Eden Gray, Mary K. Greer, Frieda Harris, Stuart Ronald Kaplan, Gareth Knight, Eliphas Levi, Jason Christopher Lotterhand, Sallie Nichols, Papus, Rachel Pollack, Mouni Sadhu, Pamela Colman Smith, Arthur Edward Waite, Oswald Wirth, C.C. Zain

Taxidermized – see Jeremy Bentham

Temple Ov Psychick Youth (TOPY) – see Carl Abrahamsson, Genesis P-Orridge

Temple of Set, The (Satanism) – see Michael Aquino, Stephen Flowers, Jim Graeb, Zeena Galatea LaVey, Don Webb

Temple of Thelema, The – see Jim Eshelman 

Theatre of Cruelty – see Antonin Artaud, Peter Brook 

Thelemic Order of the Golden Dawn – see David Cherubim 

Theosophical Society Independent (NY) – see Harold Percival 

Theosophists – see William Alden, George Arundale, Alice Bailey, François-Charles Barlet, Allan Bennett, Annie Besant, Henri Birven, Madame Blavatsky, Frederick Bligh Bond, Countess Tamara Bourkoun, Paul Brunton, Percy Bullock, Charles Carter, Mabel Collins, Ida Craddock, Alexandra David-Néel, Vivian Deacon, Walter Evans-Wentz, Florence Farr, Clement Griscom, Franz Hartmann, Max Heindel, William Q. Judge, Godfre Ray King, Anna Kingsford, William Kingsland, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Arnold Krumm-Heller, Dora Kunz, Charles W. Leadbeater, Alan Leo, G.R.S. Mead, Henry Steel Olcott, Harold Percival, Arthur Edward Powell, James Morgan Pryse, Nicholas Roerich, Tallapragada Subba Row, Sepharial, Baron Rudolf von Sebottendorf, Alfred Percy Sinnett, Merwin-Marie Snell, Martin P Starr, James Ingall Wedgwood, Carl Llewellyn Weschcke

Theozoology – see Jörg Lanz von Liebenfels

Thule Society – see Rudolf John Gorsleben, General Karl Haushofer, Baron Rudolf von Sebottendorf

Titanic – see Violet Constance Jessop 

Toltec – see Carlos Castañeda, Ricardo Flores, Richard de Mille, Dr. Gabriel Montenegro, Augustus Le Plongeon, Arthur Edward Powell 

Transcendental Meditation movement (TM) – see Maharishi Mahesh Yogi 

TV hosts – see Joshua Gates, Leonard Nimoy

TV movie host – see Maila Nurmi (Vampira of The Vampira Show), Cassandra Peterson (Elvira), Rod Serling (The Twilight Zone and Night Gallery), Bob Wilkins (Creature Features), Zacherley (Shock Theatre) 

UFO (Ancient Aliens and the Gods) – see June 24, 1947, Carlos Miguel Allende, Kenneth Arnold, Issac Asimov, Gray Barker, Albert K. Bender, Dr. Raymond Bernard, Truman Bethurum, Otto Binder, Jimmy Carter, Robert Charroux, David Childress, Edward Condon, Philip James Corso, Riley Crabb, Erich von Däniken, Woodrow Wilson Derenberger, Walter Raymond Drake, Frank Edwards, Stanton T. Friedman, Daniel Fry, John Fuller, Charles Boyd Gentzel, Jackie Gleason, Gabriel Green, Steven Macon Greer, Richard H. Hall, Barney Hill, Graham Hancock, Bill Holman, Hans Holzer, Budd Hopkins, Linda Howe, Mary Hyer, Dr. Morris Jessup, Ron Johnson, John Keel, Donald Keyhoe, Elisabeth Klarer, Philip Klass, Meade Layne, Robert Lazar, John Lennon, Desmond Leslie, Willie Ley, Coral E. Lorenzen, Captain Thomas Mantell, Howard Menzel, Aimé Michel, John Michell, William Moore, James Moseley, Ted Owens, Nick Pope, Wilhelm Reich, Ron Rummel, Edward J. Ruppelt, Carl Sagan, Phil Schneider, Frank Scully, Richard Shaver, Wendelle C. Stevens, Dr. Frank Stranges, Leonard H. Stringfield, Whitley Strieber, Brinsley Le Poer Trench, Giorgio A. Tsoukalos, Jacques Vallée, Harold Tom Wilkins, Clifford Wilson, George Hunt Williamson

UFO contactee – see George Adamski, Orfeo Matthew Angelucci, Marshall Applewhite, Truman Bethurum, Peter Caddy, Earlyne Chaney, Philip James Corso, Woodrow Wilson Derenberger, Daniel Fry, Uri Geller, Charles Boyd Gentzel, Gabriel Green, Barney Hill, Jocylene Kelley, Elisabeth Klarer, Gloria Lee, Billy Meier, Drunvalo Melchizedek, Howard Menger, Ted Owens, Mark Probert, Raël, Tuesday Lobsang Rampa, Dr. Frank Stranges, Whitley Strieber, George Van Tassel, Vissarion, Travis Walton, George Hunt Williamson

UFO organizations:
        Aerial Phenomena Research Organization (APRO) – see Coral E. Lorenzen
        International Flying Saucers Bureau (IFSB) – see Albert K. Bender
        Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) – see Richard H. Hall, Ron Johnson, William Moore 
        National Investigation Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP) – see Jimmy Carter, Allen H. Greenfield, Richard H. Hall, 
            Elliot Budd Hopkins, Donald Keyhoe
        National Investigations Committee on Unidentified Flying Objects (NICUFO) – see Dr. Frank Stranges

Unarius Academy of Science – see Ruth E. Norman 

Unification Church – see Sun Myung Moon 

Universal Articulate Interdimensional Understanding of Science (Unarius) – see Ruth E. Norman

Universal Brotherhood – see Merwin-Marie Snell 

Universal Gnostic Church (l’Église Gnostique Universelle) – see Jean Bricaud 

Universal Life Church Inc. – see Reverend Kirby Hensley 

Universal Tao Center – see Mantak Chia 

Urantia Book, The – see William Samuel Sadler

Vampire – see Countess Elisabeth Bathory, Elaine Bergstrom, Mercy Brown, David Farrant, Albert Fish, Radu Florescu, Albin Grau, Rosemary Guiley, Alethea Gyles, Fritz Haarmann, Stephen Kaplan, Peter Kürten, Christopher Lee, Bela Lugosi, Raymond T. McNally, Maila Nurmi (Vampira), Cassandra Peterson (Elvira), John William Polidori, Anne Rice, Craig Alan Ross, William Schnoebelen, Max Schreck, Bram Stoker, Vlad Tepes

Voodoo (Voudou, Santeria, etc) – see Michael Paul Bertiaux, Zackery Morgan Bowen, Julie Brown, Adolfo de Jesús Constanzo (Matamoros), Wade Davis, Maya Deren, François Duvalier (Papa Doc), Sallie Ann Glassman, Migene González-Wippler, Dan Greenburg, Robert Leroy Johnson, Marie Laveau, Maria Teresa de Miramar, William Seabrook, David St. Clair, Robert Tallant

Waldorf school – see Rudolf Steiner

WKFL (Wisdom, Knowledge, Faith, and Love) Foundation – see Francis Pencovic

Winchester House – see William Wirt Winchester

Wild West, Civil War, etc. – see Clay Allison, Judge Roy Bean, Billy the Kid, Wyatt Earp, Devil Anse Hatfield, Wild Bill Hickok, John “Doc” Holliday, Jesse James, “Liver-Eating” Johnson, Randall McCoy, Elmer J. McCurdy, Alfred G. Packer, William Quantrill, Belle Starr, Jacob Waltz (Lost Dutchman Mine), Edgar J. Watson

Witch Hunters – see Martin Delrio, Matthew Hopkins, Cotton Mather, Increase Mather, James Stuart, Torquemada

Witches and Pagans – see Frederick Adams, Margot Adler, Victor Henry Anderson, Aradia, John Bell, Bridget Bishop, Bridget Boland, Gavin Bone, Isaac Bonewits, Jack L. Bracelin, Aidan Breac, Raymond Buckland, Zsuzsanna Budapest, Laurie Cabot, Deanna “D. J.” Conway, Dorothy Clutterbuck, Robert Cochrane, Elizabeth Pepper Da Costa, Cora Cremeans, Arnold Crowther, Patricia Crowther, Scott Douglas Cunningham, Gerina Dunwich, Janet Farrar, Stewart Farrar, Edward “Ed” Fitch, Selena Fox, Don Frew, Gerald Gardner, Susan A. Gavan, Robin Goodfellow, Urbain Grandier, Raven Grimassi, Murry Hope, Louise Huebner, Margaret Jones, Aidan Kelly, Lady Sheba, Sybil Leek, Dr. Leo Louis Martello, Dorothy Morrison, Ann Moura, Margaret Murray, Rosaleen Norton, Gwydion Pendderwen, George Pickingill, Silver RavenWolf, Lawrence Robertson, Olivia Robertson, Duane Adam Rostoker, Alex Sanders, Maxine Sanders, Andrew Sanford, William Schnoebelen, Paddy Slade, Herman Slater, Starhawk, Montague Summers, Mary Jane Terwileger, Aradia de Toscano, Glenn Turner, Doreen Valiente, Charles Walton, Major Thomas Weir, Carl Llewellyn Weschcke, Cecil Hugh Williamson, Joseph Bearwalker Wilson, Alse Young, , Timothy Zell, Morning Glory Zell-Ravenheart

Witches Anti-Discrimination Lobby (WADL) – see Dr. Leo Louis Martello

Woodstock – see Wavy Gravy, Swami Satchidananda

Word Foundation, Inc., The – see Harold Percival

X-Files, The (TV show) – see January 27, 1995 (date), Chris Carter, Nick Cave

Yeti – see Abominable Snowman

Yogaville – see Swami Satchidananda 

Yogi and the Commissar, The – see Arthur Koestler 

Youth International Party (YIP) or Yippies – see Paul Krassner, Jerry Clyde Rubin 

Yu-Gi-Oh! – see September 11, 2004 (date)

Zen – see Mel Ash, Dr. John Lilly, Robert Maynard Pirsig, Gary Snyder, Alan Watts

Zodiac Killer – see Earl Van Best, Robert Graysmith, Heriberto “Eddie” Seda (NY)

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REVIEWS

Rev. Michael S. Margolin, Sunnyvale, CA: This is one of the very few books that I've found that's actually fun to read.  
Don Fletcher, Dallas, TX:  Just received my copy of 'The Fringe Datebook' in the mail and exclaimed HOLY FUCKING SHIT! this is awesome! Wow! I was not expecting this "masterwork of psycho-spiritual inspiration". It's a book of over 800 pages of pure inspiration for someone looking to begin any kind of creative project. Or for mere reading enjoyment.

When I opened the book for the first time (ala bibliomancy) I landed on page 77. January 31, 1960. Grant Morrison. And I read: "Everyone does magic all the time in different ways. 'Life' plus 'significance' = magic".

This book is a "Magick Book". It is a "Magick Weapon"....because it is to me, and it's my book now, so there!

When I was in art school one of my great teachers had us make a similar book of inspirational images. We were to collect them from any source and put them in a binder for later creative inspiration. I have continued this practice for decades. So I especially resonate with J. Edward's project here. And I thank him for having the patience to keep a damn record and share it with the world! I look forward to years of using this Magick Book!

Here are some photos of some of my image collection I spoke of and also J. Edward's book after I got it in the mail.

K. M., San Francisco, CA: "Hot off the presses! This huge book is so much fun!"

Tony Iannotti, New Jersey: "Received with great pleasure! First impressions, have hardly dipped into it yet, but the Fringe Datebook now loosed upon the world is a Tremendous Treasure-house of Trivia, Rich and Risible. Full of fun facts and interpretations, it is more than just a datebook, it is also a peepshow view into the overflowing mind of that phenomenon known as Jerry Cornelius, a strange and terrifying thing to behold...."

JD Holmes, Sequim, WA: "I think people should buy the book as it's a pretty keen piece of work, looks well made, and fun besides."

Michael Shane Margolin, Sunnyvale, CA: "Tell Jerry Thank you too cool. ... Thank you all got it Friday great book." 

David Solina, Atlanta, Georgia: “I love reading the Fringe. I used to look forward to your history buff posts every day, now I can do it with expanded pleasure without turning on the computer in the morning. Its great to start a day with a good chuckle or an oh my I never knew.”

Richard Cole, Royston, Barnsley, United Kingdom: “Wishing Jerry and Erica every success with their latest,  THE FRINGE DATEBOOK ... Big congratulations also for the success of their previous release,  Memoirs of an A.’.A.’ Initiate. Jerry at his very best (again), writing on a subject he clearly knows like the back of his hand and about which he is intensely passionate. Shame the plot is reminiscent of Monty Python does Lord of The Rings (with a cast of Richard III wannabes). Nevertheless, Jerry narrates the tale superbly - Fabulous stuff."

Jerry responds to Mr. Cole: “You're too kind, thank you. … If you think the Memoirs of an A.'.A.'. Initiate is a good read, wait until I release Memoirs of an O.T.O. Initiate, due out in early 2019! It will produce a wide-eyed gag-reflex in many readers (he says with a big smile).”