I had the pleasure of meeting Oscar Schlag (b. 1907) on 30 occasions before his passing in 1990. Among these encounters, 28 occurred within the confines of his two residences. One of these dwellings served as his primary abode, housing an extensive occult collection, while the other was situated vis–à–vis in an apartment building. On two occasions, he visited my residence, and during these occasions, we even engaged in joint culinary endeavors.
The subsequent documents genuinely astonished him. He couldn't have envisioned the profound impact he had on the individuals mentioned in these papers or books. Evidently, Schlag did not take all of this very seriously. During our initial encounter in the mid–1980s, he expressed considerable astonishment, stating, "Why?! The O.T.O. still exists?"
On this current webpage, these documents are displayed without further context. Therefore, it's imperative to consider Schlag's comments, corrections, and additional recollections related to them right here.
The fallacies that Motta's successors and self–proclaimed spiritual heirs continued to spread after his death in 1987 do not need to be documented.
More about/from Oscar Schlag and Did you know Oscar Schlag?
For more details on the backgrounds of Motta's activities within the context of the O.T.O. versions and his involvement in legal proceedings related to the copyright of O.T.O. material, particularly concerning the works of Aleister Crowley, you can explore the Song of the Whitewash.
Uma O.T.O. no Brasil.