Since I started writing about the occult world and magic (magick), I have received emails from readers saying that they are uncomfortable with the word occult and the idea of magic spells. What these readers and most people of the world do not “innerstand” is that they practice the occult and the art of magic every day.
Category: Spiritual Science
(Mystery-Babylon.org) Ah, Easter… a day honored by most in contemporary Christianity as celebration of the resurrection of Christ. Yet, “the vast majority of ecclesiastical and secular historians agree that the name of Easter and the traditions surrounding it are deeply rooted in pagan religion.” Really? How could this be? What would any of the ways of God have to do with the paganism of ancient Babylon; and beyond? And, if these roots were really so, why does it still continue today?
(CommonSenseEvaluation.com) Superhuman abilities have been studied for thousands of years in all walks of life. Religious ‘miracles’ often with hundreds of witnesses have been said to be due to psychic abilities, but studies in China have overwhelming proof that these stories are more than just speculation. For the past 20 years scientists have been studying subjects in China who appear to have superhuman powers, and the results have been published in many journals and books.
(TheCostaRicaNews.com) Although it is mass produced, mass promoted, legal, and ingested by a multitude of people all over the world, most people don’t ever consider or understand the spiritual consequences of drinking alcohol. Let’s begin by taking a look at the etymology of the Word alcohol. Etymology means the root of the word… where it is derived from. The word “Alcohol” comes from the Arabic “al-kuhl” which means “BODY EATING SPIRIT”, and gives root origins to the English term for “ghoul”. In Middle Eastern folklore, a “ghoul” is an evil demon thought to eat human bodies, either as stolen corpses or as children.
(GnosticWarrior.com) April Fools’ Day is a special day dedicated to playing practical jokes and pranks. In English- speaking countries it is known as an April fool; in France, an April fish; in Scotland, he is an April gawk. But most people who partake in the foolish fun have no idea why we still celebrate this day filled with gags. It makes you wonder who is being played the fool here.
When people hear the word Catholic, they often think of Catholicism, the Catholic Church or the followers of the Catholic faith. Sadly, most of them have not investigated the origins of the word Catholic and the hidden forces behind the Catholic Church, so they are not aware of its occult (hidden) meaning. Once you investigate the origins of the word Catholic deeply enough, you will know that this word is heavily connected to a Roman cult that is loyal to the Holy Roman Empire.
(IlluminatusObservor.BlogSpot.com) Let us peer closely into the nature of the Alphabet. For instance, the word PROBLEM contains 2 syllables and 6 phonemes. The lower case letter P is represented as “p”, which may be spun 180 degrees on axis to form the letter “d”, while the Letter B, represented as the lower case letter “b”, may be spun 180 degrees on axis to form the letter “q”. In each case, the letter “d” may flipped 180 degrees to form the letter “b”, while the letter “q” may be flipped 180 degrees to form the letter “p”.
(JonRappoport.WordPress.com) The thing about imagination is that it has no timetable. It isn’t on a schedule. You can put it on like a coat and move with it at any moment you choose. If you choose. If you strip away all the layers from any system in the world, you find the original kernel of imagination. All roads lead there. The Matrix is life without imagination. You can say it is imposed, but that’s a convenient excuse. ANY kind of life drained of imagination would wind up being a Matrix. All by itself. It would form into layers of rock and sediment.
(WonderfulEngineering.com) The one theorem that almost anyone who has ever studied Mathematics remembers is the Pythagoras’ theorem. It is the most well-known theorem for about 2,500 years now and has allowed the mankind to evolve in a myriad of ways. Its applications are limitless and range from construction to even evaluating the atomic structure of a crystal. However, up until now, it was bound to 2D only.
(Ancient-Origins.net) According to Plotinus (Greek philosopher of the 3rd century AC), ‘One’ is the ultimate reality and source of all existence (Yael, 2006). Philo of Alexandria (Jewish-Egyptian philosopher born during the 1st century BC) regarded the number one as God’s number, and the basis for all numbers (“De Allegoriis Legum,” ii.12 [i.66]). Like all truths, the fundamental nature of One is recurrent in time.