Hellfire Club

The Hellfire Club was a satanic masonic homosexual club of elite families in the 1700s of Philip Duke of Wharton, (pro Stuarts) Francis Dashwood (Dilettanti society with Charles Sackville), John Wilkes (Oddfellows, Royal Society), Richard Parsons (Grand Lodge of Ireland) John Montagu Earl of Sandwich, crossdresser Chevalier D'Eon, Mary Wortley Montague and Benjamin Franklin (American Philosophical Society, Lunar Society, research on electricity).  It was a cult of Pan, Venus, Dionysus and used the motto of Do What Thou Willt like François Rabelais' Abbey of Thelema and later in Aleister Crowley's Thelema with Book of the Law as central text. Rabelais worked with the Franciscans (originally the Hellfire Club was called Order of St Francis).

Franklin was a member of the Royal Academy of Sciences commission to investigate animal magnetism of Franz Mesmer with Antoine Lavoisier, jesuit Sylvain Bailly, jesuit Joseph-Ignace Guillotin,..

Dashwood's nephew founded the Phoenix Society. Philip Warton's father founded the Kit Kat Club.

In X-Men of Marvel Comics (announcing androgynous mutant race) Hellfire Club is a club consisting of Magneto, Emma Frost, Azazel, Tessa, Storm, Donald Pierce, Phoenix, Sebastian Shaw,..

January Jones played Emma Frost in X-Men First Stand with Kevin Bacon as nazi scientist Sebastian Shaw, shot in Mojave desert (Babalon Workings of Jack Parsons).

Roger Corman produced movie Hellfire.

Time published an issue on Franklin's membership of the Hellfire Club.

Robert Anton Wilson used Dashwood as a character in his Illuminatus trilogy.

Jay-z (normalization of Illuminati symbolism) wore Do What Thou Willt clothing.

The Hellfire Club is the first episode of season 4 in Stranger Things (strange=Oddfellows).

Benjamin Franklin

History of freemasonry