Ramsey's central thesis is that during Aleister Crowley's life ands work there were four key numbers involved. These were 11, 77, 93 and 175. These numbers are essential to the occult, magical system devised by Aleister Crowley.
11 was important because, amongst other reasons, '11 is the number of magic itself'.
'77 ... represents half of the formulation of sexual magic in both the O.T.O. and the Kabbalah. It is also the 77 infernal names of the Devil in The Satanic Bible by Anton LaVey.
The cabalistic gematria values of the Greek words Thelema (Will), Agape (Love) and, Aiwass in Crowley's magical system equate to the number 93.
Liber 175 in Crowley's magical system is a ritual used to invoke any deity by adoration.
The importance of the above is the observation that the four flight numbers on the day of 9/11 were 11, 77, 93 and 175. Ramsey's conclusion is that 9/11 was, apart from anything else, an occult ritual.
Someone phoned in and asked Ramsey if there was a direct connection between Crowley and those behind the New World Order. He responded with several quotes that reflected their typically elitist thinking. Below is an example from the Book of the Law:
“The Book of the Law was given to mankind chiefly in order to provide it with an impeccable principal of practical politics… We should have no compunction in utilising the natural qualities of the bulk of mankind. We do not insist on trying to train sheep to hunt foxes or lecture on history; we look after their physical well being and enjoy their wool and mutton. In this way we shall have a contented class of slaves who will accept the conditions of existence as they really are, and enjoy life with the quiet wisdom of the cattle.”
In 'The Confessions of Aleister Crowley: an Autohagiography' he stated his belief that:
"… despite all its drawbacks, there was never a better social system than the feudal, so far as it derived from the patriarchal."
According to Ramsey, "he also stated that the government must lord over and manage hordes of ignorant masses".