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  3. Have I told you lately that I like the way you think Kerr?!?!:) I completely agree...half the people alive haven’t read the current form of scripture let alone invested the time looking deeper into its meaning or consulting older versions. I def need to read what you wrote on CC (my apologies..Ive disinterested in the Internet for a few years...as I’m sure you noticed I deactivated my fb and have remained rather silent...observing life, lol) I cannot speak on what versions SIN had in his possession but I do know he collected any and every one he could get his hands on and would spend a lot of his time “decoding” them. Some in different languages. So...you never know what he read:) He could have read the Ethiopian bible...who’s to say?;) Newtons personal ramblings on religion were kept from the world for nearly 250yrs and still are inaccessible in the purest form...they are scattered as I’m sure you know. Continuing on.... I again, could not agree more!!! And isn’t that so beautiful that God is accessible to anyone willing to quiet their ego and listen?! If your post has proven anything to me, its that I need to read some more of the intense scripture out there bc some of the ones you speak of, Ive actually never heard of!! Like they say in yoga teacher training....always a teacher, always a student:) Also, your devil in the detail joke 😂...I’m glad to be back interacting here w you.
  4. A vast majority of people don't really "see" what's in the Bible. Especially the modern versions, which I wrote about in the Science in Religion dimension here on Curious Cosmos. My example there also illustrates what I'm talking about regarding the Scripture(s). There are depths to Scripture(s) that go beyond what 99 % of the people have read or have been exposed. Eh...Percentage might be a wee bit of an exaggeration (but not by much). I don't know which version(s) of the Bible S.I.N read or collected. The Ethiopian Bible compiled in approx. 400 A.D., after missing for hundreds of years, was only recently discovered in a Monastery, so I know he didn't read that one. :P My opinion, based on my own research, is that the Bible (being presented as THE Bible for ease of discussion, since really there is no such item as THE bible - maybe there was a long time ago, but not these days) is a multidimensional presentation of multiple subjects. Within Genesis it is explained who we truly are , and is repeated again in the telling of how to live a focused, good ( um..healthy?) life. About being spiritual having a strong connection to source, or God speaking to those who listen through nature AND experience God through nature, Again, my own opinion, based on my own explorations, is that God has NO limitations and will communicate with anyone in their own way of understanding. We each develop a personal relationship with God based on what we need to become. What you need is different from what I need, so we will be given different experiences to address those things needed to become. That make sense? This can be seen with the nearly identical foundations of almost ALL the worlds religions. They get wonky when mankind starts monkeying around with them. Am sure there is a mathematical way of decoding who she is, through Gematria. However, I don't believe it's difficult guess who 'she' is . Also we haven't even scratched the surface if we bring in Sefer Yetzirah, the Zohar, the Speher Sephiroth, the Asch Metzareph, Enochian Bible, and maybe the Goetia (to mention just a few). You could say those are like extensions of Scripture(s), but much more intense. Devil is in the details. LoL, just kidding.
  5. I should say the letter “J” wasn’t in existence yet. Oh, and also collected* Id edit my original post but it wasn’t allowing me to. ::shrugs:: You get what I mean thou Kerr:)
  6. Very interesting!!! While I am a very spiritual person and have a strong connection to source...I have a hard time following any versions..modern or otherwise..of the Bible. The only reason I feel like giving at this time, is simply the letter “J” had not been invented yet. So if I’m going to follow the word of God, I want to follow facts. His sons name was IESUS. Also, didn’t Sir Issac Newton have issues with the Bible even though he read and collect every form he could get his hands on? Did he not also believe that god speaks to those who listen thru nature? I believe there could be a mathematical way to decode who “she” is, that is if you follow such work.
  7. Relative to 'Mother Earth' , something that has been removed from modern versions of the Bible, is this Genesis 1:1-2 ; in·beginning he-created Elohim » the·heavens and·» the·earth and·the·earth she-became chaos and·vacancy and·darkness over surfaces-of abyss and·spirit-of Elohim vibrating over surfaces-of the·waters... This is a literal translation before being made an easy read. The part that stands out when 'Mother Earth' is mentioned is she became . Where exactly does that fit into the verse? And who is she being referred too? Also, think most of us strive to become...something other than what and where we are as a living being. Therefore I believe the verse is describing the becoming of she ; whomever she may be. Which was left out of the modern versions of the Bible, and totally changed what the verse had to convey. What that may be, I'll leave that up to you. ( » = no translatable equivalent so the symbol » is used in place of . Thus there is 'something' between Elohim [...] the heavens , as there is 'something' between and [...] the earth, but what that something is ?!? ) link to my source: Westminster Leningrad Codex
  8. Well damn....this was NOT what I was expecting...in the best possible way. Very informative and great to see people not going into a satanic panic over this:)
  9. Below please find information on the modern religion of Witchcraft. After being the victims of hundreds of years of 'bad press', Witches are beginning to go public and to define themselves and their religion. We hope, by this endeavor, to counteract the tendency to associate psychotic events or Satanic rites with the practices of our life-affirming beliefs. Moreover, we acknowledge the need to establish positive interfaith dialogue with members of other local religious communities. Although there are a number of Witchcraft Anti-Defamation Leagues throughout the country, none are presently active in the Kansas City area. Thus, we at the Magick Lantern have compiled this information to provide an overview of Witchcraft, or Wicca, in its contemporary form. The Magick Lantern is a bookstore founded in 1984 to serve the occult community of Kansas City. Its owner, Mike Nichols, is an ordained minister of Wicca, with all the rights, privileges and responsibilities of that office. We have included in this outline a brief statement on each of the following: Definitions Frequently Asked Questions w/ Answers Basic Philosophy Holidays General Practices Bibliography Of necessity, we have merely highlighted these aspects for you. We cannot illustrate the entire panorama of our diverse religion, but we have tried to convey a basic understanding of the Craft of Wicca. On request we can furnish more detailed information or a representative authorized to speak on our behalf. Blessed Be, Mike Nichols, Proprietor The MAGICK LANTERN 1715 Westport Road Kansas City, MO 64111 816/531-7265 DEFINITIONS OCCULT -- occluded or hidden, secret; the study of secret or hidden knowledge. Secret societies include the Masons and Rosicrucians. EARTH RELIGION -- a religion whose main tenet is that the worshipper be in harmony with the Earth and with all life. Such religions oppose the idea that the world is a resource to be subdued and exploited. PAGAN -- a practitioner of an Earth Religion; from the Latin 'paganus', meaning 'country dweller'. NEO-PAGANISM -- a modern Earth Religion which borrows and adapts from the best of pre-Christian Pagan religions, sometimes with additions from contemporary religious thinkers. WITCHCRAFT -- a magical Neo-Pagan religion with many diverse traditions derived from various cultural sources (though mostly European) around which Covens and solitary practitioners base their practices. Modern Witchcraft traditions include: Gardnerian, Alexandrian, Dianic, Celtic, Traditionalist, Faerie, NROOGD, Druidic and others. THE CRAFT -- another name for Witchcraft. COVEN -- a congregation of Witches, usually at least three but no more than 13 members. WITCH -- one who worships the Goddess(es) and/or God(s) of Paganism, practices magic, and considers her/himself to be a follower of the spiritual path of Witchcraft. MAGIC -- the conscious use of psychic energy, accompanied by ritual, to accomplish a goal; often spelled 'magick' to distinguish it from stage magic (such as sleight-of-hand). SABBAT -- any one of the eight seasonal festivals equally spaced throughout the year, celebrated by individuals and Covens of Witches. ESBAT -- any one of the 13 lunar festivals throughout the year, celebrated by Witches at the times of the full moon. PENTAGRAM -- a five-pointed star, ancient symbol of good luck and protection. Displayed with one point up, it is the most common emblem of Witchcraft. When displayed inverted (two points up), it MAY represent negative magic (or Satanism), but not necessarily; some traditions of Wicca (chiefly British) use it as a POSITIVE symbol of advanced rank. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS W/ ANSWERS Q. What form does the practice of Witchcraft take? A. The form and context vary from group to group and between each ritual, and may run the gamut from elaborate ceremony to spontaneous ritual to simple meditation. Q. How do you see the Goddess? A. As the immanent life force; as Mother Nature; as the interconnectedness of all life. Q. Do all Witches practice their religion the same way? A. Yes and no. Wicca is a highly individualistic religion. Moreover, the number of different sects within the Craft may give the impression that no two groups practice the same way. Though practices may vary, most traditions have many similarities, such as the working of magic and a respect for nature. Most Witches find enough common ground for mutual supposrt and productive networking throughout the Craft community. Q. Is Witchcraft a 'cult'? A. No. Cults are groups that trade 'salvation' and a sense of belonging for the ability to think for oneself. They indulge in 'extravagant homage or adoration' (Webster's Dictionary) usually of an earthly leader of some sort. This is the antithesis of the Witchcraft experience. Most Witches come to the Craft through reading and communing with nature and later finding like-minded people. Witches are extremely individualistic. Q. Do Witches have a bible? A. No. A bible is supposedly the word of a deity revealed through a prophet. Witchcraft is a Pagan folk-religion of personal experience. A Witch may keep a 'Book of Shadows' which is more like an individual's workbook or journal -- meaningful to the person who keeps it -- containing rituals, discoveries, spells, poetry, herb lore, etc. Covens may keep a similar group book. Q. Do Witches cast spells? A. Some do and some don't. A spell is a ritual formula, or series of steps, to direct psychic energy to accomplish a desired end. Energy may be drawn from the Earth, concentrated and sent out into the world. Since Witchcraft teaches that whatever one sends out is returned threefold, Witches tend to be very careful never to send out harmful energy. Q. Do Witches worship the devil? A. No. The worship of Satan is the practice of profaning Christian symbolism, and is thus a Christian heresy rather than a Pagan religion. The gods and goddesses of the Witches are in no way connected to Satanic practices. Most Witches do not even believe in Satan, let alone worship him. Q. Are Witches only women? A. No, although women do seem to predominate in the Craft overall. In fact, some traditions have only women practitioners, just as others have only men. A male Witch is simply called a Witch, never a warlock. Q. How can someone find out more about Witchcraft? A. Ours is not a missionary religion, and we never try to make converts. However, for those who are interested, there are many excellent books, and many Witches teach classes or facilitate discussion groups. In this way, people may make contact with a like-minded Coven or form their own group. There are also Witchcraft networks, periodicals, and national and regional festivals through which a seeker can make contact with the larger Craft community. BASIC PHILOSOPHY Wicca, or Witchcraft, is an earth religion -- a re-linking with the life force of nature, both on this planet and in the stars and space beyond. In city apartments, in suburban backyards, and in country glades, groups of women and men meet on the new and full moons and at festival times to raise energy and put themselves in tune with these natural forces. They honor the old goddesses and gods, including the Triple Goddess of the waxing, full, and waning moon, and the Horned God of the sun and animal life, as visualizations of immanent nature. Our religion is not a series of precepts or beliefs, but rather we believe that we each have within ourselves the capacity to reach out and experience the mystery -- that feeling of ineffable oneness with all life. Those who wish to experience this transcendence must work, and create, and participate in their individual religious lives. For this reason our congregations, called covens, are small groups which give room for each individual to contribute to the efforts of the group by self-knowledge and creative experimentation within the agreed-upon group structure or tradition. There are many traditions or sects within the Craft. Different groups take their inspiration from the pre-Christian religions of certain ethnic groups (e.g. Celtic, Greek, Norse); in the liturgical works of some modern Witch poet or scholar (e.g. Gerald Gardner, Z Budapest, Alex Sanders, Starhawk, Raymond Buckland, Robert Graves); or by seeking within themselves for inspiration and direction. Many feminists have turned to Wicca and the role of priestess for healing and strength after the patriarchal oppression and lack of voice for women in the major world religions. There are many paths to spiritual growth. Wicca is a participatory revelation, a celebratory action leading to greater understanding of oneself and the universe. We believe there is much to learn by studying our past, through myth, through ritual drama, through poetry and song, through love and through living in harmony with the Earth. HOLIDAYS Despite competition from twentieth century 'life in the fast lane', the awesome spectacle repeated in the patterns of the changing seasons still touches our lives. During the ages when people worked more closely with nature just to survive, the numinous power of this pattern had supreme recognition. Rituals and festivals evolved to channel these transformations for the good of the community toward a good sowing and harvest and boutiful hunting. One result of this process is our image of the 'Wheel of the Year' with its eight spokes -- the four major agricultural and pastoral festivals and the four minor solar festivals commemorating seasonal solstices and equinoxes. In common with many ancient people, most Witches consider the day as beginning at sundown and ending at sundown on the following day. Hence a sabbat such as November Eve runs through the day of November 1st. Solstice and Equinox dates may vary by a few days depending on the year. October 31 -- November Eve -- Samhain Samhain means 'summer's end', for now nights lengthen, winter begins, and we work with the positive aspects of the dark tides. In the increasing starlight and moonlight, we hone our divinatory and psychic skills. Many Craft traditions, and the ancient Celts, consider this New Year's Eve. It is the one night when the veil that separates our world from the next is at its thinnest, allowing the dead to return to the world of the living, to be welcomed and feasted by their kin. The Christian religion adopted this theme as 'All Saints Day' or 'All Hallows Day' (Nov. 1), celebrating the eve as 'All Hallows Eve' or 'Halloween'. The alternative date of November 6 ('Martinmas' or 'Old Hallows') is sometimes employed by Covens. December 21 -- Winter Solstice -- Yule 'Yule' means 'wheel', for now the wheel of the year has reached a turning point, with the longest night of the year. This is the seedpoint of the solar year, mid-winter, time of greatest darkness when we seek within ourselves to comprehend our true nature. In virtually all Pagan religions, this is the night the Great Mother Goddess gives birth to the baby Sun God, because from this day forward, the days begin to lengthen, light is waxing. The Christian religion adopted this theme as the birthday of Jesus, calling it 'Christmas'. The alternative fixed calendar date of December 25th (called 'Old Yule' by some Covens) occurs because, before various calendar changes, that was the date of the solstice. January 31 -- February Eve -- Imbolc Actually, this holiday is most usually celebrated beginning at sundown on February 1, continuing through the day of February 2. 'Imbolc' means 'in the belly (of the Mother)' because that is where seeds are beginning to stir. It is Spring. Another name for the holiday is 'Oimelc', meaning 'milk of ewes', since it is lambing season. It was especially sacred to the Celtic Fire Goddess, Brigit, patron of smithcraft, healing (midwifery), and poetry. A Coven's High Priestess may wear a crown of lights (candles) to symbolize the return of the Goddess to her Maiden aspect, just as the Sun God has reached puberty. Weather lore associated with this sabbat is retained by the folk holiday of 'Groundhog's Day'. The Christian religion adopted a number of these themes, as follows. February 1 became 'St. Brigit's Day', and February 2 became 'Candlemas', the day to make and bless candles for the liturgical year. The 'Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary' adapts the Maiden Goddess theme. The alternative date of February 14 ( 'Old Candlemas', Christianized as 'Valentine's Day') is employed by some Covens. March 21 -- Vernal Equinox -- Lady Day As Spring reaches its midpoint, night and day stand in perfect balance, with light on the increase. The young Sun God now celebrates a hierogamy (sacred marriage) with the young Maiden Goddess, who conceives. In nine months, she will again become the Great Mother. It is a time of great fertility, new growth, and newborn animals. The next full moon (a time of increased births) is called the 'Ostara' and is sacred to Eostre, Saxon lunar goddess of fertility (from whence we get the word 'eostrogen'), whose two symbols were the egg and the rabbit. The Christian religion adopted these emblems for 'Easter', celebrated the first Sunday after the first full moon after the vernal equinox. The theme of the conception of the Goddess was adapted as the 'Feast of the Annunciation', occuring on the alternative fixed calendar date of March 25 ('Old Lady Day'), the earlier date of the equinox. 'Lady Day' may also refer to other goddesses (such as Venus and Aphrodite), many of whom has festivals celebrated at this time. April 30 -- May Eve -- Beltaine 'Beltane' means 'fire of Bel', Belinos being one name for the Sun God, whose coronation feast we now celebrate. As summer begins, weather becomes warmer, and the plant world blossoms, an exuberant mood prevails. It is a time of unabashed sexuality and promiscuity. Young people spend the entire night in the woods 'a-maying', and dance around the phallic Maypole the next morning. Older married couples may remove their wedding rings (and the restrictions they imply) for this one night. May morning is a magical time for 'wild' water (dew, flowing streams, and springs) which is collected and used to bathe in for beauty, or to drink for health. The Christian religion had only a poor substitute for the life-affirming Maypole -- namely, the death-affirming cross. Hence, in the Christian calendar, this was celebrated as 'Roodmas'. In Germany, it was the feast of Saint Walpurga, or 'Walpurgisnacht'. An alternative date around May 5 (Old Beltaine), when the sun reaches 15 degrees Taurus, is sometimes employed by Covens. (Both 'Lady Day' and 'Ostara' are names incorrectly assigned to this holiday by some modern traditions of Wicca.) June 21 -- Summer Solstice -- Litha Although the name 'Litha' is not well attested, it may come from Saxon tradition -- the opposite of 'Yule'. On this longest day of the year, light and life are abundant. At mid-summer, the Sun God has reached the moment of his greatest strength. Seated on his greenwood throne, he is also lord of the forests, and his face is seen in church architecture peering from countless foliate masks. The Christian religion converted this day of Jack-in-the-Green to the Feast of St. John the Baptist, often portraying him in rustic attire, sometimes with horns and cloven feet (like the Greek god Pan)! Midsummer Night's Eve is also special for adherents of the Faerie faith. The alternative fixed calendar date of June 25 (Old Litha) is sometimes employed by Covens. (The name 'Beltaine' is sometimes incorrectly assigned to this holiday by some modern traditions of Wicca, even though 'Beltaine' is the Gaelic word for 'May'.) July 31 -- August Eve -- Lughnassad 'Lughnassad' means 'the funeral games of Lugh', referring to Lugh, the Irish sun god. However, the funeral is not his own, but the funeral games he hosts in honor of his foster-mother Tailte. For that reason, the traditional Tailtean craft fairs and Tailtean marriages (which last for a year and a day) are celebrated at this time. As autumn begins, the Sun God enters his old age, but is not yet dead. It is also a celebration of the first harvest. The Christian religion adopted this theme and called it 'Lammas', meaning 'loaf- mass', a time when newly baked loaves of bread are placed on the altar. An alternative date around August 5 (Old Lammas), when the sun reaches 15 degrees Leo, is sometimes employed by Covens. September 21 -- Autumnal Equinox -- Harvest Home In many mythologies, this is the day the Sun God, the God of Light, is killed by his rival and dark twin, the God of Darkness -- who was born at Midsummer, reached puberty at Lammas, and lives a mirror-image life of the Sun God. From this mid-Autumn day forward, darkness will be greater than light, just as night becomes longer than day. So it is a festival of sacrifice, including that of the Sun God in his aspect of Spirit of the Fields, John Barleycorn -- for this is the final grain harvest. The Christian religion adopted it as 'Michaelmas', celebrated on the alternative date September 25, the old equinox date (Old Harvest Home). (The Welsh word 'Mabon', meaning 'son', is used by some Witches for the name of this holiday, although such usage is recent and not attested historically.) GENERAL PRACTICES The roots of the religion called Wicca, or Witchcraft, are very old, coming down to us through a variety of channels worldwide. Although any general statement about our practices will have exceptions, the following will attempt to present a basic foundation for understanding. Some of the old practices were lost when indigenous religions encountered militant Christianity and were forced to go underground for survival. The ancient mystery religions were lost when the practice of the rites were stopped and the old verbal traditions were no longer available. Parents transmitted their traditions to their children down through the centuries with parts being lost and new parts created. These survivals, along with research into the old ways, provide a rich foundation for modern practice. Other factors contributing to the revival of the Craft are archeological and anthropological studies of the religious practices of non-Christian cultures, the works of the Golden Dawn and other metaphysical orders, and the liberalization of anti-Witchcraft laws. Modern Witches hold rituals according to the turning of the seasons, the tides of the moon, and personal needs. Most rituals are performed in a ritual space marked by a circle. We do not build church buildings to create this ritual space -- all of Earth is in touch with the Goddess and so any place may be consecrated to use for a rite. Within this sacred circle, two main activities occur -- celebration and the practice of magic. Celebration is most important at the major seasonal holidays, called Sabbats. At these times the myths of that particular holiday are enacted and dancing, singing, feasting, and revelry are all part of the festivities. On these occasions we celebrate our oneness with Life. Magic is more often performed at gatherings called Esbats, which coincide with the phases of the moon. Types of magic practiced include psychic healing sessions, the channeling of energy to achieve positive results, and work toward the individual spiritual development of the coven members. Magic is an art which requires adherence to certain principles. It requires a conscious direction of will toward a desired end. It is an attribute of magic that what you direct your will toward will return to you three times. Therefore, Witches are careful to practice only beneficial magic. When the celebration, teaching, or magical work is finished, the blessing of the Goddess and God is called into food and drink which are shared by all. The circle is opened and the space is no longer consecrated. To create the circle and the working of magic, we use tools to facilitate a magical mood in which the psychic state necessary for this kind of work can be achieved. The tools are part of a complete and self consistant symbolic system which is agreed upon by the participants and provides them with a 'map' for entry into unfamiliar psychic spaces. Such a system, like a map, is arbitrary and not 'true' in an absolute sense; it is a guide to a state which is ineffable and can be most clearly reached through poetry and 'starlight' vision. A primary tool, which is owned by most Witches, is an athame or ritual knife. The athame is charged with the energy of the owner and is used as a pointer to define space (such as casting a sacred circle) and as a conductor of the owner's will and energy. Other important tools are the symbols on the altar which denote the elements: earth, air, fire, and water (some 'maps' include spirit). A pentacle (a pentagram traced upon a disk, like a small dish) is often used to symbolize earth and its properties -- stability, material wealth and practical affairs. Alternatively, a small dish of salt or soil can be used to symbolize the earth element. A ritual sword is usually used to symbolize air and its properties -- communication, wisdom, and understanding. Alternatively, a thurible of incense or a bell may be used to symbolize the air element. A candle or wand is used to symbolize the element of fire and its properties -- will, transmutation, and power. A chalice of water is used to symbolize the element of water and its properties -- cleansing, regeneration, and emotion. In traditions which include the symbol of spirit, an ankh, quartz crystal, or some other object is used to symbolize spirit and its properties -- perfection, balance, illumination and eternity. There are many other minor tools which are used for some specific purpose within magical workings, but the tools described above cover the basic tools used in the practice of the religion of Wicca. Since these tools are merely the conductors of personal energies, as copper is a conductor for electrical energy, most covens provide some degree of training in psychic development to strengthen each memeber's ability to participate in the religious activities. Each individual decides what level of such training is useful for them. We see psychic abilities as a natural human potential. We are dedicated to developing this and all of our positive human potentials. The energies raised by these practices and other religious activities are directed toward healing ourselves and the Earth, and toward diverse magical workings. SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 'Drawing Down the Moon' (revised ed.) by Margot Adler 'Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft' by Raymond Buckland 'What Witches Do (2nd ed.)', 'Eight Sabbats for Witches', 'The Witches' Way', 'The Witches' Goddess', all by Stewart (& Janet) Farrar 'The Spiral Dance' by Starhawk 'Witchcraft Today' and 'The Meaning of Witchcraft' both by Gerald Gardner 'The Holy Book of Women's Mysteries (V. 1 & 2)' by Z. Budapest 'ABC of Witchcraft', 'Natural Magic', and 'Witchcraft for Tomorrow' by Doreen Valiente The Truth About Witchcraft', a Llewellyn Educational Guide [NOTE: Much of the foregoing information was originally issued as a 'press release' by Covenant of the Goddess. While whole portions were left basically intact (aside from the correction of spelling errors), other sections (especially the material on holidays) were substantially rewritten and expanded by Mike Nichols, who assumes full responsibility for any inaccuracies thus incurred.] 2police.txt
  10. It's the key to youth! Stop thinking about time and you will become younger! Who needs Oil of Olay?
  11. I may or may not have a ouija board on my phone for grins and giggles haha ;) I literally JUST got into looking at cards...it's fun and interesting. Nice lil activity to do w friends :)
  12. I do have some real decks. This is just used for grins and giggles.
  13. I may or may not have just started reading cards hahah this is too weird!! I use nature cards thou :) I may need this app...but not if if tells me Im aging quickly due to my obsessions haha
  14. Are you saying that my ancestors are warning me? :)
  15. Bwahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. That's too funny. Now I know why i am given senior citizen discounts w/o asking for em. Actually, historically, and in certain circles, the Tarot Cards weren't meant to be used for fortune telling. They were intended to carry forward hidden information to future generations, as is the case with numerous ancient writings, children's games and art. In the past, ( and today in some places ) presenting ideas / discoveries against the authorities belief systems could be hazardous to one's health.
  16. I used a tarot type of app on my phone and actually got this card. How did it know? :confused: :lol: [ATTACH=full]308[/ATTACH] My obsession with time travel is making me age!!! :lol:
  17. Re: On wizard's realm reached: ...I've read most of one of her books years ago...fascinating... the first of the conversations with Nostradamus...
  18. Re: On wizard's realm reached: Note localization post: Please note news book sources, from the writings of Dolores Cannon of her say, involving a offworld craft crash in Alaska. Cannon's say, that tribal member with organ in body, could enter other dimensions. End comment, enter in Canon, Dolores, in any search engine.
  19. Re: On wizard's realm reached: Hate to ask but were you on something. Actually i completly belive in magic, not tricks mind you. There are Three basic types of magic users, Wizards, classic wizards and witches. Each with their own little thing. Wizards are like Gandalf on lord of the rings, a staff with a crystal ball ontop the classic wizard is like Raistlin from "Dragonlance" a mage is how they refered to him, a staff/wand and items such as sand or special herbs, and finaly the witch basicly an alchemist, mixes herbs sand leaves etc. to create a potion. Both wizard types of course had spell words with the spells and witches had to recite a spell during the creation of the potion. Please don't correct me and say "well theres hundereds of different types" because these are merely the basics. That is all please continue mindless thinking Deany
  20. Re: On wizard's realm reached: So, what happened?
  21. On wizard's realm reached: On wizard's realm reached: Please note on 1/17/2005 I had gone astral, with a wizard's staff of my own making, and attempted, to contact the wizard's realm. The devices are classified as my private information, however I am sure that I was able to make the wizard's realm, as well as contact. This was an acceptance trip, for purposes of reintroduction. I carried a wizard's staff with me in astral form. I had noted only a slight odd feeling behind my eyes, as well as a pain on the right side of my head, as a result of going astral in a sitting position, with a wizard's staff.
  22. "Look at the Merlin story...it was a myth, but who knows?" Merlin wasn't a wizard. He wasn't english. Walt Disney never does anything right. Merlin(Ambrosius Merlinnus) was a Welsh prophet and Military commander who servered under 4 kings(Vortigern, can't remember, Uther Pendragon, and Arthur). Merlin served under Arthur filling the Roman role(in war) as the "Draconarius"(Dragon-bearer). Merlin carried the Red Dragon of Wales into the battles. When the Dragon roared and breathed fire(not really-I believe it was a flag, or pennant of some type), the sky turned red, and the Welsh forces would rally behind Merlin, and charge into the Angle, Saxon, and Jute armies(the germanic invaders who poured into Albion when the Roman forces left to defend Rome itself). Merlin predicted his own death, and he predicted the war(and it's outcome) between the Celtic Welsh/Scots vs. Angles, Saxons, and Jutes. He was called a "Wizard" to create anti-sentiment. The opposition(France) didn't like him-but commoners did. But they didn't like wizards. So they called him a wizard. He wasn't a wizard. He was a Christian priest. Christianity came to Albion(Celtic name of England because of the White Cliffs of Dover-Albion means "White"-that's where we get "Albino") during Roman occupation(which lasted about 500 years). Watching a Disney movie doesn't give you a degree in History. And I think you've been watching "The Matrix" a little too much. "Free Your Mind" doesn't work in this Revolution. Sorry.
  23. "Imagine A World Where Dreams Come True... And Magic Is Real." :) That would be the world I`d like to live in ... with the odd unicorn close at hand ... that would be cool.
  24. Re: Speaking of Narrow minds Friend The One of EarthTR125.0121 Your reasoning is quite outstanding, however and pray tell, in what do you base yourself to denominate the fellow believer as SAD. In fact I do find his post quite interesting, educative and enlightning at least from an anthropological point of view. But please tell us why is this being SAD. Because I sure do not think so laddy. Until later becomes now
  25. You are so sad... Well, anyway, no matter how hard you believe, it is not possible. The mind cant do anything alone. Sorry to burst your bubble. Basically, by your theory, If I 'believed' hard enough, 404058320397 dollars would fall into my lap. *strains really hard* sorry. All your suggesting is a 'nice' world, a world where everything is 'right' according to your narrow minded thinking. This syndrom is common. People tend to base very important decisions on things that have no evidence to back them. Basically here is the sum of their thinking------ "There is no evidence aside from one book that says god exists, so he must exist." "It doesnt matter that about 400000 other books say he doesnt exist, he still exists." "The fact that there are over 50 other world renowned religeons saying that god as one entity doesnt exist doesnt matter, he still exists." The_One
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