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Category: Occult Symbolism

Awakening 6

Dwelling in the Mystery of the Sacred

eídos (a neuter noun derived from 1492 /eídō, “to see, apprehend”) – properly, the sight (i.e. of something exposed, observable), especially its outward appearance or shape (J. Thayer). 1491 (eídos) emphasizes “what is physically seen” (BAGD) before mentally or spiritually apprehended. See 1492 (eidō, oida). Example: eídos (“visible appearance”) […]

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The “gods”

At length they gradually deviated into a taste for those luxuries which stimulate to vice; porticos, and baths, and the elegancies of the table; and this, from their inexperience, they termed politeness, whilst, in reality, it constituted a part of their slavery. Tacitus, Agricola & Germania They pretend to be powerful because they are slaves, not because they hold any […]

Awakening 1

The Poets Rule

The word art in Ancient Greek is poesis, from which we get our word poetry. It means “creation”. In our current programming, we have been taught that art is useless, and that it is simply an expression of personal perspective, but nothing more. This is a lie that has been propagated to make you willingly let your guard down when […]

Awakening 2


Your life has revealed itself to you from the very beginning. All of us are going to eventually discover that who we are has never changed – and that all we have suffered is simply a mistaken identity. The appearance of change, the appearance of a timeline, a sense of you becoming different, is no more than a moving of […]

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The Dark Magic of Modern Language

Language exists on a spectrum, just like light or sound. On one side of the spectrum, we have the light, and on the other, we have the dark. Regardless, the idea of language as a spectrum is very foreign to the way we use language today, in the 21st century. We mostly think of  language as something we use in […]

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Roman Contract Religion (of Satan)

The entire basis and structure of the Roman Empire was contract law. The Romans could not understand anything, not spirituality, not creativity, without laws.  Sometimes, historians will refer to Roman religion as a “practical religion”, but that is only if you consider conquering other nations and cultures, war, and bloodshed as “practical”.  As the Roman Empire expanded, she would convert […]