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Qabbalah and Power of the God Names

By Frater Barrabbas

Now that we have reviewed the various God Names as found in the Qabbalah, and examined their sources and shown how they can be compared to pagan pantheons, we can review the use of these names in a kind of magickal system devoid of ritual or ceremony. It is an internalized kind . . . → Read More: Qabbalah and Power of the God Names

Playing Card Symbolism Revealed

The Secret Identity of the King of Diamonds

Playing cards are used for games and gambling, where one interacts directly with chance (or fate). Gambling with cards can be either a blessing or ruin lives. They are used for amazing magic tricks, pretending supernatural powers. In cartomancy they are sparks for the intuition and . . . → Read More: Playing Card Symbolism Revealed

Sacred Pagan Sites in Berlin – Hel’s Pond

By K. C. Hulsman

In the Tempelhof area of Berlin (so named for a Templar Knights community that existed there in medieval times), look for the Alboinplatz area which has a small public park and plaza. The park contains a small pond as a remnant of what was once a vast lake carved out . . . → Read More: Sacred Pagan Sites in Berlin – Hel’s Pond

Interfaith Relationships

How to Survive Them and Not End Up Hating Each Other

By Patti Wigington

So you’re Wiccan or Pagan and your spouse/partner/lover/significant other/fiancé is … something else. Is there a way the two of you can manage to find balance? Or are you doomed to a lifetime of worrying whether every little disagreement will end . . . → Read More: Interfaith Relationships

Qabbalah – Ascension, Transformation and Gnosis

By Frater Barrabbas

Studying the Qabbalah isn’t just a lot of book reading, memorization or picking up handy practical techniques for working magick. The themes that it relates, the esoteric doctrines it explores and the various Godhead names, spirit lists, symbolic tables of correspondence and practical techniques that it reveals are not the source . . . → Read More: Qabbalah – Ascension, Transformation and Gnosis

Environmental Factors of Ghost Hunting: The Sun

By R. Wolf Baldassarro

The Sun can provide several states which affect a paranormal investigation, and these must be taken into account when conducting a serious analysis of parapsychological case studies.

The Earth is not the only body in our solar system to create a magnetic field; the Sun creates its own magnetic field that . . . → Read More: Environmental Factors of Ghost Hunting: The Sun

Signs of Psychic Assault: Part 1

The following is an excerpt from Dion Fortune’s Psychic Self-Defense:

The commonest form of psychic attack is that which proceeds from the ignorant or malignant mind of our fellow human beings. We say ignorant as well as malignant, for all attacks are not deliberately motivated; the injury mat be as accidental as that inflicted . . . → Read More: Signs of Psychic Assault: Part 1

Qabbalah and Sacred Sexuality

By Frater Barrabbas

One of the more supposedly interesting and fascinating themes that was proposed by various commentaries in the Zohar was the focus on sacred sexuality. This would have been, of course, a regimen of sexual activity completely in accord with orthodox rules and regulations concerning sex between married couples, yet colored with a . . . → Read More: Qabbalah and Sacred Sexuality

The Transition from Childhood to Adulthood

By Mark Ludwig Stinson

In our modern American culture, at what point do we mark the transition to adulthood? At 16 when a teenager gets a driver license? At 18 when a teenager can vote, or when young men must register for the draft? Is it at 21, when the legal drinking age is reached? . . . → Read More: The Transition from Childhood to Adulthood

The Dangers of the One-Stop Shopping Mentality

By P. Sufenas Virius Lupus

It’s no secret: Americans like convenience. They tend to love anything that will allow them to “kill two birds with one stone” and to “get more for their money.” As a result, any number of things have come about—particularly over the last century—which allow Americans (and, increasingly, people in industrialized . . . → Read More: The Dangers of the One-Stop Shopping Mentality