>I read the constitution and some of the rituals. It looks like another OHO
Brother, you read the (1917) OTO's Constitution, not to be confused with the
There is no _ad vitam_ office within UR-OTO. There is nothing like a UR-OTO
OHO - in fact, that would go against the idea of souvereign rites and
>Is anyone else doing anything more extreme? More creative? Could anyone
>with a clean sheet of paper and avoid the letters OTO and King's book?
There are confederated Lodges that never worked King's (i.e., Crowley's)
Why OTO? Because the Confederation involves OTO Lodges and Rites, some of
them hostile against the others until a little time ago.
Well, this is my last posting re. UR-OTO.
I have to go back to my wife, kids & friends (and also to my work)!