Government Contacts

The officers, governing bodies, and committees below comprise most of the government of U.S. Grand Lodge, O.T.O. The U.S. Grand Lodge of O.T.O., or O.T.O. U.S.A., is a volunteer organization. The officers and directors of O.T.O. U.S.A. receive no salary, stipends, or monetary compensation for their service.

Grand Master General

Fr. Sabazius

The Grand Master General is the leader of O.T.O. in the United States. His website, The Invisible Basilica of Sabazius, offers numerous essays, notes, rituals, and other material useful to students of O.T.O. and E.G.C.
The Executive Council
The Executive Council (or simply, The Executive) is the Board of Directors of Ordo Templi Orientis U.S.A. and serves as the principal executive and administrative authority of U.S. Grand Lodge. It is responsible for the overall governance of Grand Lodge, including policy development and implementation, appointment of subordinate officers and committees, execution of corporate affairs, and enforcement of O.T.O. regulations in general. Correspondence for the Executive should be addressed to the Grand Secretary General.
Grand Secretary General
Fr. Hunahpu

Ordo Templi Orientis U.S.A.
PO Box 2313
Maple Grove, MN 55311

gsg@oto-usa.org

The Grand Secretary General handles records, communication, and coordination between members and bodies of U.S. Grand Lodge.
Grand Treasurer General
Hank Hadeed

Ordo Templi Orientis U.S.A.
4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd. #444
Portland, OR 97214-5246

gtg@oto-usa.org

The Grand Treasurer General collects dues payments, maintains member status information, and deals with all financial aspects of running U.S. Grand Lodge. Inquiries by current members of O.T.O. about their own status may be directed to this office.
Grand Tribunal
Fr. I͗3t-ef-en-M3ʾt, Secretary

Ordo Templi Orientis U.S.A.
P.O. Box 4463
Federal Way, WA 98063

grand_tribunal@oto-usa.org

The Grand Tribunal is the principal judicial body of O.T.O. It is responsible for composing disputes between members, as well as enforcement of O.T.O. regulations pertaining to member interactions. O.T.O. members involved in serious disputes which cannot be resolved by informal means may request Grand Tribunal investigation and arbitration. Note that members are forbidden from initiating civil legal proceedings against one another without prior permission from the Grand Tribunal.
Electoral College
Geoff Leibinger, Secretary

U.S. Electoral College O.T.O.

4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd. #310
Portland, OR 97214

electoral_college@oto-usa.org

The Electoral College is responsible for issuing local body charters, appointing body masters, and approving all invitations to the Vth Degree.
Initiation Secretary - East
Sr. Na'amah and Fr. Satvrnvs Baphomet

Ordo Templi Orientis U.S.A.
PO Box 48569
Minneapolis, MN 55448

initiation@oto-usa.org

The Initiation Secretary handles reports of initiations, and requests for information about members' initiate status. Only initiators and local body masters should typically contact this office. Initiation reports should be submitted by postal mail, not email. This office handles reports from all states not listed under "Initiation Secretary - West" below.
Initiation Secretary - West
Kim Knight

Western States Initiation Secretary
Ordo Templi Orientis
4110 SE Hawthorne Bl #506
Portland, OR 97214-5246

is-west@oto-usa.org

The Initiation Secretary handles reports of initiations, and requests for information about members' initiate status. Only initiators and local body masters should typically contact this office. Initiation reports should be submitted by postal mail, not email. This office handles reports from these states: AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA and WY. For other states, see the contact information for "Initiation Secretary - East" above.
E.G.C. Secretary

USGL EGC Secretary
P.O. Box 93
Clarksville, MD 21029-0093


egc@oto-usa.org
The E.G.C. Secretary keeps records of E.G.C. ordinations and provides assistance regarding various matters pertaining to E.G.C. activities.
Internet Secretary
Catherine Berry

webmaster@oto-usa.org

The Internet Secretary coordinates this website and handles other Internet-related issues affecting U.S. Grand Lodge. Requests for US local bodies to be listed on the site should be sent to bodyinfo@oto-usa.org; all other site-related requests and queries should be sent directly to the Internet Secretary. Also, general email to Grand Lodge may be directed through this address; it will be forwarded to the appropriate office.
Quartermaster
Frater Mesniu

quartermaster@oto-usa.org

The Quartermaster supplies equipment and paperwork required for O.T.O. initiations. Only chartered initiators and local body masters may obtain these supplies.
Public Information Officer
Frater Lux Ad Mundi

Public Information Officer
Ordo Templi Orientis
U.S. Grand Lodge
c/o Thelesis Lodge
P.O. Box 1627
North Second Street #220
Philadelphia, PA 19122

pio@oto-usa.org
(215) 552-8721
The Public Information Officer (PIO) coordinates inquiries and requests from representatives of the media and other institutions who are interested in obtaining more information about O.T.O. The PIO also fields information requests from the membership and the general public, and is available to assist local body officers with handling information requests.
Prison Ministry
Frater V.L.T.

O.T.O. Prison Ministry
c/o Frater V.L.T.
P.O. Box 941
Woodland, WA 98674

prison_ministry@oto-usa.org
The Prison Ministry program assists prison inmates who wish to study or practice Thelema by providing educational materials and guidance to inmates, their families, and prison officials.  Its underlying purpose is to represent Thelema to prison officials and others as a valid and positive form of religious expression, and also to help prevent misconceptions about Thelema from propagating among prisoners and prison officials.
Volunteer Coordinator
Fr. do

Volunteer Coordinator, O.T.O.
1420 Cypress Creek Rd.
Suite 200 box 159
Cedar Park, TX
78613

volunteers@oto-usa.org
The mission of the Volunteer Coordinator is twofold: to find suitable jobs for volunteers to perform, and to find suitable volunteers to perform necessary jobs. To this end, the Volunteer Coordinator solicits and accepts applications from members in good standing who wish to volunteer to serve Grand Lodge, while managing job requests from Grand Lodge officers and Governing Bodies.
Ombudsman
Michael Kolson (M)
Shellay Maughan (F)

P.O. Box 27213
Seattle WA 98165


ombudsman@oto-usa.org
ombudsman-m@oto-usa.org
ombudsman-f@oto-usa.org

206-306-6487 (M)
206-365-0657 (F)
The office of the U.S. Grand Lodge Ombudsman serves as an official liaison between the general membership of O.T.O. within the United States and the various governing and administrative bodies of U.S. Grand Lodge. This office facilitates communication between members, officers, and governing and administrative bodies, assisting with resolution of problems and grievances.

There are two officers in this office, one male and one female. Any member is welcome to contact either or both of these officers as they see fit. Email sent to ombudsman@oto-usa.org will be forwarded to both officers.
Education Committee
Kayla Block, Secretary

USGL Education Committee
3157 N. Rainbow Blvd. #210
Las Vegas, NV 89108-4578

education@oto-usa.org

The Education Committee provides standards, guidelines, and materials for local body classes. Local bodies are encouraged to contribute materials to the committee, which may then be incorporated into a pool of shared educational resources available to all local bodies. Similarly, local bodies offering classes on a given topic are encouraged to consult with the committee to obtain both guidance and materials.
Librarian
Soror Lilya

USGL Librarian
c/o Star Sapphire Lodge
3212 1/2 Honolulu Ave
La Crescenta, CA 91214

librarian@oto-usa.org

The Librarian is responsible for management and conservation of the physical library of U.S. Grand Lodge; see the catalog for details.
Document Control Officer

doc_control@oto-usa.org

The Document Control Officer provides U.S.G.L. and local body officers with up-to-date versions of the the documents required for various types of reporting, requests, and information. See the document versions list for information about current versions of important documents.
Parliamentarian
Soror Helena

c/o Ordo Templi Orientis U.S.A.

P.O. Box 32
Riverside, CA 92502

parliamentarian@oto-usa.org

The Parliamentarian is the primary resource for questions regarding the operational rules of and interactions between administrative, governing and initiate bodies. The Parliamentarian assists U.S. Grand Lodge officers, governing bodies, committees, and local bodies with procedural issues related to governance.  
Historian

historian@oto-usa.org

The Historian gathers and archives information on local bodies, committees and initiatives within U.S.G.L.  If you have unarchived boxes of documents or ephemera pertinent to the formation or development of U.S.G.L., please contact the Historian.  
Rites of Eleusis Historian
Lita-Luise Chappell 

eleusis@oto-usa.org
The Rites of Eleusis Historian keeps track of all Crowley's Rites of Eleusis presentations produced worldwide. This reporting is voluntary, but when done, becomes a part of our historical files. Please include: name of the local body, which Rite was produced, the date and place of presentation, and any comments on a particular theme.
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