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The Backwards Way is the introductory text for the Order of the Voltec. It describes all of the primary concepts and pursuits of the organization and its members. The contents include; The meaning of the term "Voltec", The History & Evolution of the OV, Carlos Castaneda & the "Core Concepts", The Assemblage Point, The Tree of Night, The Theory and Practices of the Order of the Voltec, The Internal Structure of the OV, Affiliation with the OV, etc. This text is crucial material for anyone interested in Left Hand Path occultism, Voltec Initiates and for those seeking membership to the organization.

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