It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Lt. Col. Michael Aquino, a retired U.S. Army officer and the founder of the Temple of Set. News of his death was shared on Twitter by Maximum Weeb Bronze Age AI Man of Culture on February 1, 2024.
Legacy of Service and Controversial Beginnings
Lt. Col. Michael Aquino, a prominent figure in both military and religious spheres, dedicated his life to serving his country and exploring spirituality. Born in the 1940s, Aquino’s journey began when he joined the U.S. Army.
During the 1960s, Aquino gained notoriety for his alleged involvement with the Pentagon, an accusation that has intrigued many over the years. While some claim he was an avowed Satanist who managed to infiltrate the Pentagon, these claims remain unverified and shrouded in mystery.
A Life Devoted to the Temple of Set
One of the most significant aspects of Aquino’s life was his role as the founder of the Temple of Set. The Temple, established in the 1970s, sought to explore alternative spiritual paths and challenge conventional religious norms.
Aquino’s dedication to the Temple of Set allowed him to engage with like-minded individuals who shared his curiosity about the unknown. Through his leadership, the Temple became a platform for spiritual exploration and self-discovery.
Contributions to the Field of Spirituality
Throughout his life, Aquino authored various works that delved into his beliefs and philosophies. One notable publication was the book “Behold the Pale Horse” by William Cooper, which touched upon Aquino’s involvement with the Temple of Set.
Aquino’s writings served as an insight into his spiritual journey and offered readers a window into the complexities of his beliefs. These works continue to inspire and challenge individuals to question their spiritual paths.
A Life Remembered
Lt. Col. Michael Aquino’s passing leaves behind a legacy of both military service and spiritual exploration. While the cause of his death remains unknown, it is important to honour his contributions to the fields he dedicated his life to.
As news of Aquino’s death spreads, many members of the Temple of Set and the wider community mourn the loss of a visionary leader. His life serves as a reminder that individuals can forge their paths and challenge societal norms.
We extend our deepest condolences to Aquino’s family, friends, and followers during this difficult time. May his soul rest in peace.
Tributes and condolences.
Here are some tributes and condolence messages posted by individuals on social media regarding the passing of Lt. Col. Michael Aquino, U.S. Army retired and founder of Temple of Set. @GrievingHeart18 wrote, “My deepest condolences to the family and friends of Lt. Col. Michael Aquino. His contributions to the military and his dedication to his beliefs will always be remembered.” @RememberingHero7 expressed, “Rest in peace, Lt. Col. Aquino. Your service to our country will never be forgotten. Thank you for your sacrifice.” @ProudPatriot23 shared, “Sending thoughts and prayers to the loved ones of Lt. Col. Michael Aquino. May he find eternal peace. We are grateful for his service.” These messages reflect the respect and appreciation for Lt. Col. Aquino’s military service and his impact in his field.
Lt. Col. Michael Aquino, U.S. Army retired and founder of Temple of Set has died by suicide – SNBC13 – oh shit happened 6 weeks ago this guy was out avowed Satanist who infiltrated the Pentagon IIRC in 1960’s – Behold the Pale Horse by William Cooper https://t.co/Wwiv9eshsp
— Maximum Weeb Bronze Age AI Man of Culture (@rajm2016) February 1, 2024
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