Frater Enatheleme is a Priest, Initiator, and artist in Portland, Oregon. Originally hailing from the wild mountains of Montana, where he began his 20-year study of the esoteric arts, he served as an officer of Sekhet-Maat Lodge, Ordo Templi Orientis 2000-2009, and as Lodge Master 2006-2009. He is a member of the U.S. Grand Lodge Strategic Planning Committee and maintains the U.S.G.L. Online Library.

Frater Enatheleme’s writing and editing work has contributed to the development of O.T.O. and to the promulgation of the Law of Thelema worldwide. He is a principal contributor to Thelemapedia, former editor of Agapé and of the journal Lion & Serpent; and is a founding co-producer of the Speech in the Silence podcast and the creator of the political parody campaign, Aleister Crowley 2012. He also created and moderated Thelemic Symposium, an annual event from 2002 to 2012 e.v.

Fr. Enatheleme has participated in hundreds of public dramatic rituals in the last two decades, in every aspect of such productions, from performance in solo ritual, to Eucharistic ceremony and initiatory rites, to directing and producing invocative performances with full lighting & live music, to promotion and support of dramatic ritual groups in other cities like Eleusyve Productions.

Fr. Enatheleme has spoken publicly on a variety of topics including Thelema, magick, and organizational leadership in Portland and various other locations in the U.S. and abroad. He continues to create and offer presentations at various locations, and speaks regularly at the biennial National O.T.O. Conference.

To learn more about Frater Enatheleme and his work as a Thelemite, see his in-depth introduction.