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Who’s afraid of 2012?


Plenty of folks, as it turns out. According to the ancient Mayans, Chinese sages and biblical prophets, Doomsday is just three years away.

Did you know that Earth has an expiration date? Yes, it’s Dec. 21, 2012. That’s when life as we know it will end. Who says? The ancient Mayans predicted . . . → Read More: Who’s afraid of 2012?

Symbology used in secret societies

By Gianni DeVincent Hayes

All the secret societies, particularly the Inner Circle, are involved in all or in some aspect of hidden agendas, and all have their own symbology. The Power Elite or just the “Elite” are the deep core, decision-makers of the combined various societies. Symbols and signs, which are used as a means . . . → Read More: Symbology used in secret societies

Channeling Masters and Angels

So, I’m on the announcement list for a local pagany shop. I like the guy who runs it, and they occasionally have interesting workshops. However, they also have stuff like this little gem that just came through:

Angelita is offering a One-Time Workshop “Learning to Channel Masters & Angels” NO ONE WILL BE TURNED AWAY!

. . . → Read More: Channeling Masters and Angels

Using Tarot in Evangelism

Massive recent cultural changes have led many frontline workers in mission and evangelism to adopt new and sometimes startling methods. It may seem bizarre but Christians are using Tarot cards to share gospel truth with New Age seekers. John Drane explains how, why and addresses the big concern: Can Tarot with its strong occult . . . → Read More: Using Tarot in Evangelism

‘Occult fears away with the fairies’

A row has broken out over Petersfield’s Fairy Festival after a councillor said he was worried it could promote “occult activities.” Cllor Philip Aiston said he was concerned the town council was backing the event by allowing it to be held on Petersfield Heath. But one of the organisers of the festival, Jill Din, said . . . → Read More: ‘Occult fears away with the fairies’

Hex your Ex

By Melissa Gray

Love hurts, especially for jilted lovers on Valentine’s Day. With that in mind, a London tourist attraction is offering visitors the chance to curse former boyfriends, girlfriends or spouses — and get a discount on the entry price at the same time.

“Hex your Ex” is the Valentine’s Day promotion at the . . . → Read More: Hex your Ex

Witchcraft fears after pony attack

A Mid Wales horse lover is living in fear of repeat attacks after three of her animals had their tails hacked off. Lily Ellis, 66, of Llanfair Caereinion, said she had been left distraught by the attacks on her miniature horses, which grow to about 34 inches tall. The attacks on the horses, which . . . → Read More: Witchcraft fears after pony attack

Don’t Do Voodoo This Christmas

By Sinead Fagan

Shopping in Dunnes Stores recently, I was very impressed by the gorgeous range of items they have in stock for the season; cuddly snowmen, oversized stockings, golden wreaths, and, of course, let’s not forget that old festive favourite: voodoo dolls.

Yes, there on the shelf, as part of the novelty gift range . . . → Read More: Don’t Do Voodoo This Christmas

Remembered Pagan Rituals

by Elizabeth Tierney

I have another confession to make. I think I might have been a pagan in a previous life. Now to some of you, this may not seem like a big deal, but I am a practicing Christian, and I’m not supposed to believe in reincarnation. I could be kicked off the Sunday . . . → Read More: Remembered Pagan Rituals

Religion and Government Intertwined: The Occult

Belief in the occult is neither fascist nor Libertarian. My purpose here is to not place disbelief on anybody’s religious or spiritual beliefs, but to bring into question many of the political beliefs expressed by some occult groups. Quite often belief in the occult goes hand in hand with oppression. The Treaty of Versailles triggered . . . → Read More: Religion and Government Intertwined: The Occult