But how do we know that Isis is? How do we know that She’s “real”? Must we simply have faith? Do we just choose to “believe in” Her? Can we prove Her is-ness?
Source: The Is-ness of Isis
But how do we know that Isis is? How do we know that She’s “real”? Must we simply have faith? Do we just choose to “believe in” Her? Can we prove Her is-ness?
Source: The Is-ness of Isis
In this comprehensive essay I am exploring an inside view into the ancient figure of the goês: What does it mean to do spirit-work according to genuine goêteia? Which patterns of practice as well as social positioning do we observe from the time of the Ancient Greek to modern practitioners of this p[…]
Source: Goêtic Common Sense
🔥“𝗟𝗶𝗳𝗲 𝗶𝘀 𝗰𝗼𝗻𝘀𝘁𝗮𝗻𝘁𝗹𝘆 𝘁𝗲𝗮𝗰𝗵𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝘂𝘀 𝘁𝗵𝗮𝘁 𝘄𝗲 𝗮𝗿𝗲 𝗺𝗶𝗿𝗿𝗼𝗿𝘀 𝗼𝗳 𝗼𝗻𝗲 𝗮𝗻𝗼𝘁𝗵𝗲𝗿 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝘁𝗵𝗮𝘁 𝗻𝗼 𝗼𝗻𝗲 𝗶𝘀 𝗮𝗻 𝗶𝘀𝗹𝗮𝗻𝗱!”
00:00:17 World of the Occult
00:36:02 Solar Worship
01:09:26 Mazzaroth – Ordinances of Heaven
01:37:29 Creating Man in Our Image
02:11:45 Solomon’s Temple & The Ark
02:53:31 Secret Legacy of Moses
03:25:52 Saturn and Secret Societies
03:55:07 Secrets of the Dollar
04:15:03 Incorporating America
04:42:21 Dawn of a New Day
William Lilly’s portrait, now housed in the Ashmolean Museum, shows him standing by a window, holding pen and paper. The sheet of paper has the words Etatis 45 written on it, indicat […]
Source: “They do not compel” William Lilly, Astral Determinism and Free Will
This recording vocalises the mantra LA RA SSS, 7 times for 3 rounds (Law of 3, and Law of 7). With each round the volume decreases and eventually fades out along with the background music. We know that we cannot astral project if we are distracted by our 5 senses, so the reason for making this recording is to allow the mantra to reverberate in your mind and heart. After a while as you approach the sleepy state, you are left in complete silence for 2 hours in which you can totally internalise the mantra and not be distracted by the senses. Be sure to turn off autoplay so that the next video won’t automatically play while you sleep. I hope this recording helps you in your endeavour to successfully astral project and reach the internal worlds.
A 17th-century English translation of the Arbatel de magia veterum (English: Arbatel of the Magic of the Ancients), a Latin grimoire of Renaissance ceremonial magic built up from a series of septenaries of aphorisms, some detailing the famed Olympic Spirits, albeit from within a Christian context.
[PDF of this book is in the Horus Resources library.]
It’s quite reassuring to know that you’ve got your support team up in heaven. Yes, you read that right – you have your own support team. The lead of the team is the Lord. And His subordinates, who are also in this team, include Archangels, Guardian Angels, and spiritual masters. Basically, these masters are spiritual beings who’ve lived on the Earth. Besides, your support team may even include the souls of your loved ones who’ve passed away.
Most importantly, whenever you pray to the Lord, He’ll receive your prayers through this support team only.
Nine out of ten times, you’ll pray to the Lord whenever a challenge daunts you. But, sometimes, you may even call upon the support team that the Lord has established for you. Yes, you may call upon Archangels, who’ll help you under some circumstances. So, whenever you call upon Archangels, you’ll call for help to the appointed specialists of the Lord. Like everyone else in the support team, Archangels have some gifts that the Lord has bestowed on them. And that’s why Archangels always use these divine gifts to help people like you make better decisions and lead happy life.
In this explainer, we’re going to focus on one major component of your support team – Archangels. This explainer will shed light on the divine responsibility of Archangels in your life. But before that, let’s get to know who’s an Archangel.
Who’s An Archangel?
Archangels exist. If you have faith in them, then the presence of these heavenly beings will be the eternal truth for you. On top of that, the presence of Archangels is even confirmed in the Bible. Archangels are incorporeal beings, and they’re perfect. The perfection of Archangels is only because of the fact that the Lord has created them.
Archangels have been with you since the dawn of time. They’re the Lord’s messengers and servants. Not even for a single moment, Archangels have ceased singing the praises of the Lord. Because of that reason, Archangels always rush at His command. Every Archangel belongs to the high spiritual rank. The term “Archangel” is always associated with Abrahamic religions. Nonetheless, beings who are familiar with Archangels are found in numerous religious texts and traditions.
Now that you know a thing or two about Archangels, let’s discuss their sole responsibility.
The Divine Role Of Archangels
The chief responsibility of an Archangel is managing life on this planet. This management basically comprises the creation and nurturing of life paths, souls, and the divine order in the natural world. Besides, there are many Archangels – and everyone has their own areas of expertise.
When all Archangels come together to serve humanity, they bring together their expertise. And this conjunction of angelic expertise delivers the best outcomes. It’s needless to mention that these outcomes align well with God’s master plan.
To cut a long story short, Archangels exist so that they can assist humanity towards building a better tomorrow. These Archangels use their expertise and divine capabilities to help you live your life to the fullest. That’s why more and more people want to call these Archangels for help time and time again.
Summing It Up
Now, you know who an Archangel is. Besides, you even know the divine role of Archangels. So, if you’re stuck in a deadlock and need divine help, then Archangels will rush to serve you. The only thing is, you have to pray to Archangels without fail.
When Aleister Crowley was initiated into the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, he was initially impressed with the intensity and seriousness of the vows he took never to reveal any of the secrets of the Order. He quickly became disappointed, though, when those “secrets” were revealed to be relatively mundane—or at least well known—things like the Hebrew alphabet and the signs of astrology. […]
Source: Inner Secrets
On the cipher manuscript, where tarot is encountered in the outer order and the descriptions of the tarot cards […]
On the Occult Corpus website, a poster by the name of alwayson posted a thread entitled ‘How to Become Better than a Golden Dawn Magician,’ in which he claimed that one could easily do […]
Listen to beautiful ethereal music for relaxation and meditation by the Norwegian composer Peder B. Helland.
The Carnac Stones have been one of the most puzzling archaeological artifacts in the world for hundreds of years.
Source: The Carnac Stones: A Centuries-Old Enigma Solved Using Ancient Science
The Jade burial suits are hand-crafted jade suits from the Han Dynasty of China, used for the ceremonial burials of China’s elite and members of the ruling class. […]
– HeritageDaily – Archaeology News
Batak manuscript books from north Sumatra, written on tree-bark and then folded accordion-style, are known as pustaha. These generally contain texts on divination and spells, and were compiled by a shaman known in Batak as a datu. Many pustaha contains magical diagrams in red and black ink, and a symbol that frequently appears in these Batak books is a design of two overlapping squares, the smaller one rotated by 45 degrees and set within the other, with eight looped corners. The upright square is called bindu matoga, and the diagonal one bindu matogu. In some pustaha this symbol is shown enclosing a turtle, and is itself surrounded by a snake. […]
Wands – Work, sex and life purpose prompts:
Ace of Wands – When were you last really horny and what triggered it. Don’t be shy this is an ideal exercise for shedding any inhibitions.
2 of Wands – Describe the most irritating colleague you have ever had the displeasure of working with.
3 of Wands – Write about the last time someone flirted shamelessly with you (or your ideal flirting scenario).
4 of Wands – What sort of bed would you prefer to make love in? Have you ever made love in a really noisy/creaky bed? What happened?
5 of Wands – Talk about the last time you were forced to resist a temptation due to outside influences or the environment.
6 of Wands – Describe a time when you got promoted or recognised for an achievement at work/school.
7 of Wands – When was the last time you felt that you had to defend yourself?
8 of Wands – Write about the last time your received surprising/shocking news regarding someone’s sexual conduct.
9 of Wands – Write about someone at work who broke your trust and how you dealt with it.
10 of Wands – How are you at delegating work. Give an example of a time when you delegated work? How happy were people to help?
Page of Wands – When was the last time you did something really impulsive in terms of sex? What happened?
Knight of Wands – What’s your seduction style?
Queen of Wands – If you had your own business, what would you sell and who would you employ?
King of Wands – You are the boss of one of the largest corporations in the world – describe your office.
Cups – Relationships, emotions and psychic development prompts:
Ace of Cups – Describe your first kiss.
2 of Cups – Who was the first person to ask you out?
3 of Cups – Who was your first love rival.
4 of Cups – Write about the last time you cried.
5 of Cups – Describe the last time you experienced a deep sense of loss (does not have to be a person).
6 of Cups – What are your thoughts on soul mate love?
7 of Cups – When was the last time you were really confused?
8 of Cups – Talk about a time when you dumped someone or ended a friendship.
9 of Cups – The last time you laughed so hard your stomach hurt. Who has this effect on you?
10 of Cups – How psychotic is your family?
Page of Cups – Describe your happiest dream – a dream that made you so happy that you tried to repeat it the following night.
Knight of Cups – How romantic are you? Talk about how you express romance in your life.
Queen of Cups – Are you psychic? Talk about how you discovered it and/or how you would like to develop psychically.
King of Cups – Who is the most caring person you know? Write about the connection you have.
Swords – Problem solving, intellectual pursuits and communication prompts:
Ace of Swords – Describe your best and shiniest idea at the moment.
2 of Swords – Discuss your (in)ability to fence-sit and postpone important decisions as if you were defending your tactic.
3 of Swords – Write about a time when you tried to reach out and communicate and got totally stonewalled.
4 of Swords – Explore how meditation has helped/could help you gain greater mental clarity.
5 of Swords – Talk about a time when cutting your losses was the only way to resolve a dilemma.
6 of Swords – Have you ever gone away to distance yourself from a problem/situation? Where did you go? Where could you go to gain clarity?
7 of Swords – That time you got away with it.
8 of Swords – A problem you never managed to solve and still puzzle over from time to time.
9 of Swords – A problem that kept you up at night and/or gave you nightmares.
10 of Swords – Have you been stabbed in the back? How did you deal with this problem? What did you learn from it?
Page of Swords – When was the last time you felt like asking lots of questions about a topic that piqued your curiousity?
Knight of Swords – What truth are you willing to die for or at least fight for?
Queen of Swords – How do you use your communication to nurture those you love?
King of Swords – Describe your problem-solving strengths.
Pentacles – Body consciousness and wellbeing prompts:
Ace of Pentacles – What gift are you giving your body this year?
2 of Pentacles – If your feet could talk, what would they tell you?
3 of Pentacles – Your right knee has a message from your father and your left knee has a message from your mother… What are they saying?
4 of Pentacles – Describe your favourite method for grounding and centering.
5 of Pentacles – What does your body need right now?
6 of Pentacles – Name six resources that you could start using regularly to feel better.
7 of Pentacles – Write about a health habit that you implemented in the past and how that worked out for you. What did you learn from this experience?
8 of Pentacles – Do you have any OCD tendencies when it comes to your body and health?
9 of Pentacles – Describe your ideal body and how it would feel.
10 of Pentacles – Talk about how your family has influenced your health habits and what you have done to break away from the dysfunctional aspects of them.
Page of Pentacles – What new aspect of wellbeing are you curious about exploring?
Knight of Pentacles – Write about the good stuff you already do on a daily basis and give yourself a pat on the back!
Queen of Pentacles – How do you nurture wellbeing in others?
King of Pentacles – In what area are you wellbeing expert and how can you share more of your expertise?
Are you keeping a journal? Here are some ideas you will appreciate if you enjoy both writing and the Tarot … or even if you are completely new to the Tarot but open to using a new tool for triggering new thoughts and ideas.
Tarot and journaling are the two tools that can help you achieve self-awareness better than any other. Using the Major Arcana Tarot cards (or archetypal keys) as journaling prompts, combines these two tools in a powerful way and helps you access the realm of the subconscious.
TAROT TIP 1: These prompts can also be used together with your daily draw and will inspire a deeper connection with your card of the day, drawing on your own life experience.
TAROT TIP 2: After you have completed the entry, come up with a new prompt/WORD based on the same card … simply by looking at the image. Write it down for next time you pull this card.
TAROT TIP 3: Place your deck inside your pillow case and sleep with it for a minimum of one week to connect and bind your energies to it.
HOW-TO PERFORM TAROT CONTEMPLATION EXERCISE AND CIRCLE SPREAD DIVINATION
1 – Perform your LBRP and Relaxation Ritual. If you’ve already performed your daily banishings ritual, there is no need to repeat your LBRP; just perform the Relaxation Ritual.
2 – Recite the Prayer to HRU. (You should be memorizing it for testing purposes anyway.)
3 – Shuffle only the 22 Major Arcana cards only. If you are 1=10 and higher, go ahead and add-in the Minor Arcana.
4 – Divide the cards into four piles, right to left, while intoning YOD-HEH-VAV-HEH (one syllable, one pile each syllable). Recombine the piles, picking up each pile, again, right to left.
5 – You are now ready to use your cards.
6 – If practicing a Circle Spread divination, pull out a blank worksheet and write down your IF-THEN Karmic query. To wit, WHAT ARE THE KARMIC CONSEQUENCES IF I (perform an action or think specific thoughts), OR NOT? (You need to produce 3 dated, completed worksheets to qualify for advancement into 1=10.)
7 – If performing a tarot contemplation exercise, then randomly pick a card you haven’t drawn before, or work through the Major Arcana in order, i.e., Fool, Magician, High Priestess, Emperor, Hierophant, etc.
8 – Journal your results either in your magical journal, or in a separate tarot journal. You can use poetry or prose as your journal entry … Your journal won’t even object to the occasional haiku, hiccup or squiggle… Be free with yourself (like The Fool!) and enjoy! 🙂
9 – Be sure to keep your tarot deck wrapped in a WHITE CLOTH.
Here are some ideas for prompts to contemplate:
The Fool – Describe the last something you did something so spontaneous or ‘off the cuff’ that someone might label it erratic
The Magician – Which skill have you always been good at? Describe how you discovered your talent.
The High Priestess – Write about a vivid and meaningful dream you have had or would like to have.
The Empress – Write about the most positive traits you have after your mother.
The Emperor – Write about the most positive traits you have after your father.
The Hierophant – Write about the teacher you remember most vividly… what made him/her stand out?
The Lovers – Write about how you imagined married life to be when you were 16.
The Chariot – Write about your definition of success.
Strength – When was the last time you had your mettle tested. What did you learn about your strengths?
The Hermit – Contemplate what lessons the past 12 months have brought you. Try writing about the lessons in detail without judging your performance.
The Wheel of Fortune – Write about a time when you took a really big risk. What happened?
Justice – Have you ever had a run-in with the law? Talk about it (even if it was just a parking ticket).
The Hanged Man – Have you ever had an experience that radically changed how you perceived a person or situation? Write it down.
Death – How do you feel about death? Is there an afterlife? What will it be like?
Temperance – Talk about the portion of your healing journey that made the biggest difference to how you view your own health and wellbeing.
The Devil – Write about the last time you gave into temptation.
The Tower – Write about the most traumatic experience you had in the past five years.
The Star – What is your best, brightest vision of where you will be and what your life will be like five years from now.
The Moon – Write about what being anxious feels like in as much detail as possible.
The Sun – Write about your perfect day, when everything you do is done with the utmost ease, confidence and clarity of mind.
Judgment – What is your calling? Where are you on the path of your life’s purpose?
The World – Write about the last time you had a sense of achievement thanks to completing a complex and time-demanding task.
(UP NEXT: 1=10 and Higher – Minor Arcana.)
With a number of us gearing up to serve as ritualists in an upcoming Pacific Northwest Fall Equinox Festival, I’m re-running an older post on what it means to serve Isis as Her priest/ess. (Also, I’m scrambling to get the ritual written before our next Festival Crewe gathering, so bear with me.)
Of course, not all of our Festival ritualists will desire a relationship with Isis beyond the festival. Probably most won’t; they may already have important Divine connections in their lives. But for those who may, I offer these next few posts as starting thoughts for discovering a specific type of relationship with Her.
Oh, and another thing. As these are older posts, they used the gendered terms “priestess” and “priest.” As a community, we haven’t yet settled on a gender non-specific title for the intensely connected relationship with the…
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