Norman Ball

Cult of Lam
“…at least one such "intelligence" was brought into physical manifestation via…a "magickally" created rent in the fabric of time and space…This entity either called itself "Lam," or was named "Lam" by Crowley. Either way, [Crowley] considered [Lam] to be of inter-dimensional origin, which was the term then for extraterrestrial.”—from Aleister Crowley’s Lam and the Little Grey Men, by Daniel V. Boudillion "UFO behavior is more akin to magic than to physics as we know it... the modern UFOnauts and the demons of past days are probably identical." -Dr. Pierre Guerin “The appearance upon earth of beings from the Principality of the Air, and their unlawful intercourse with the human race.”—Seventh Apostasy of G. H. Pember (1876) "I wondered if I might not be in the grip of demons, if they were not making me suffer for their own purposes, or simply for their enjoyment." - Whitley Strieber, Transformation, p. 172
Satan is hardly draped in Hadean ash, nor lashed to Pandaemonium underfoot. Forget Miltonic hell-pits rimmed with soot. Lam chose the skies. His signature’s a flash of lightning. Fie the heights their darker arts! All sense-abducted fools will reap despair as principalities pollute the air with lies. No groundswell, orbs dropped down like darts will perpetrate a final abject1. fraud as aliens, arrived to lift our lot with intimations of a larger God beyond all books, as yet by Man unsought. Gray demons play at some arriving race. No further than the clouds is their low place.
1. sunk to or existing in a low state or condition “to lowest pitch of abject fortune thou art fallen” — John Milton (Merriam-Webster)