Now ye shall know that the chosen priest & apostle of infinite space is the prince-priest the Beast; and in his woman called the Scarlet Woman is all power given. They shall gather my children into their fold: they shall bring the glory of the stars into the hearts of men. ~ Liber AL I:15 ~
Sekhet-Maat wants YOU!
First, it’s important to reiterate that membership is completely optional for attendance at our public events. While most of our events are open to the public, we love having new members!
Those who are moved to support Sekhet-Maat’s work can do so through taking up membership. Membership is a way to make firm your association with our mission and our community. The requirements of membership are small and benefits great.
The principal benefit is knowing that you’ve contributed toward the advancement of the Law of Light in the valley of Portland. We are an all-volunteer staff. That keeps our expenses relatively lean compared to the work we produce. Nevertheless, maintaining our temple, conducting outreach, developing materials for education programs, hosting guest speakers, and so on all entail costs. Those costs are covered principally by the generosity and devotion of our members.
Members also get a more direct hand in shaping the direction of our work by attending business meetings and taking up leadership roles on teams and committees. Members also have the privilege of reserving the temple for private functions, checking out books from the library, and discounts on admission to special events.
The requirements are simply that you 1) be confirmed laity of the church or an initiate of the M∴M∴M∴ program and 2) commit to making a monthly donation of $50. If you are a full-time student, a senior citizen, or experiencing a temporary setback, other financial arrangements are available.
To inquire about becoming a member, talk with a clergy member while at an event or send us an email.
If you are not in the Portland area and would like to find an O.T.O. body near you, please consult this handy map!
There shall be no consideration of race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, or sexual orientation when considering the fitness of candidates for admission, advancement, or appointment to office within Sekhet-Maat or Ordo Templi Orientis U.S.A.