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A quadrant (sextant actually) grid for magico-religious practice

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shawn Blackwolf Sep 6. 11 Replies

Carl Jung thought that all polarities were actually quadralities so I took Nietzsche's Apollonian/Dionysian scale, and added a vertical axis for the area of concern (individual, community, universal)…Continue

The Burning Man festival finally lives up to it's name

Started this discussion. Last reply by Barry J King Sep 15. 37 Replies

Yes, I know I'm a terrible person since the Darwin awards make me giggle. However, this incident has two points of interest. One is that no amount of security can keep a person willing to give up…Continue

Tags: sacrifice, Man, Burning

Comparing Soul Parts

Started this discussion. Last reply by Medb St. Jerome Aug 30. 22 Replies

Most traditions see the human soul as a compound of three or more parts. Below is a chart I've put together of several traditions names for the different parts in a way that shows their…Continue

Tags: comparative-religions, theory, Occult

Happy Summer-ween!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Medb St. Jerome Jul 30. 2 Replies

Michael's Craft stores, and probably a lot of other stores, have already setup their Halloween displays, and it is almost the 31st (of July) so it's time for Summer-ween. Set out your plastic…Continue

Tags: neighbors, evangelical, halloween, summer

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Medb St. Jerome replied to Mary Sullins's discussion What are the "must have" herbs and flowers in your garden?
"Answering the question hypothetically, assuming I didn’t have Hade’s touch with plants, I’d have to start with the holy trinity, Basil, Rosemary, and Thyme. I’d then include Dandelion (for the root and wine), Mugwort, and…"
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Medb St. Jerome replied to Mary Sullins's discussion What are the "must have" herbs and flowers in your garden?
"So, that would be no then."
Wednesday
Medb St. Jerome replied to Mary Sullins's discussion What are the "must have" herbs and flowers in your garden?
"Has anyone attempted to grow aconite (a.k.a wolf's bane)? I had a deep dream about this plant, but it might be taking the dream too literally to try and grow it. Also, I'm a little ambivalent over pitting my black thumb against a plant…"
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Medb St. Jerome replied to AmeWiccan Girl Peggy's discussion Do you live an alternative lifestyle? Please share!
"Having grown up LGBT when being gay was illegal and potentially lethal, I’m pretty good at being invisible and deflecting nosy neighbors. It helps that both myself and my partner are introverts and natural hermits (hermetic hermits), but that…"
Tuesday
Medb St. Jerome replied to Mary Sullins's discussion What are the "must have" herbs and flowers in your garden?
"Mugwort contains Thujone and promotes dreams and intuition. I make a tea from it with Lavender and Orange Zest. The Orange Zest helps with the bitterness of the Mugwort as does a little drizzle of honey. I was originally going to use it as an…"
Monday
Medb St. Jerome replied to Corbul's discussion How do I start worrying and learn to love reading?
"I browse the local library a lot, but it sounds (though probably isn’t) like you’re suggesting a psychometric browse. Sort of like bibliomancy, but with a whole library. It might be hard not to look at the subject or book spines before…"
Monday
Medb St. Jerome replied to Blackened's discussion Remote Viewing
"Precognition is its own thing because it doesn’t necessarily come with images. It can also just be a feeling. However, all psi phenomena are trans-spacial and transtemporal. One of the problems Remote Viewers have had is keeping their viewing…"
Monday
Medb St. Jerome replied to Christina's discussion Advise for a House Cleansing
"The simplest method I know is Salt and Water. Bless the salt, bless the water, put the salt in the water and bless the house by lightly sprinkling the rooms and doorways from the back to the front. If you can leave the front door open until…"
Monday
Medb St. Jerome replied to Blackened's discussion Remote Viewing
"Honestly, while I have paid attention to the technical details of remote viewing, it's been low on my learn how to do list as I'm working in a different direction. If you do visionary magic work, you're doing a kind of remote viewing…"
Monday
Medb St. Jerome replied to Blackened's discussion How does one know for sure if they possess psychic abilities?
"Everyone is capable of producing psychical effects, and, in fact, everybody does on a regular basis. Unfortunately, because it requires the cooperation of the unconscious, for most people, this means the effects originate in the unconscious mind.…"
Monday
Medb St. Jerome replied to Blackened's discussion Remote Viewing
"Remote viewing is the Military/CIA term for Clairvoyance. Like a lot of things, talent helps, but it’s also a skill that one can learn. There are a few people out there who have learned how to teach it, and you can find books on the subject as…"
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Medb St. Jerome replied to Corbul's discussion How do I start worrying and learn to love reading?
"Additionally, sleeping and dreaming is a good thing. You can learn a lot from and in your dreams. That's something or ancestors knew, but we've forgotten."
Sunday
Medb St. Jerome replied to Corbul's discussion How do I start worrying and learn to love reading?
"Try reading something that interests you rather than what's at hand. I read a lot, but I read what I enjoy or what will carry me further in my personal research. Also, get more sleep. Modern people especially in the 21st century don't get…"
Sunday
Medb St. Jerome commented on Rev. Liz Hamilton's group GLBT (Etc.) Pagans of PaganSpace
"I was listening to a recording of a live performance by S. J. Tucker on YouTube, and she talked about visiting an altar to Herne at the HPF (assuming Heartland Pagan Festival) some years ago. She joked about people leaving an offering of panties to…"
Oct 13
Medb St. Jerome replied to Paige Luzader's discussion Doing Magick Naked?
"The shedding of clothes seems to be a common thread in communing with and channeling spirits. I was recently reading a book on spirits and possession in the South Pacific, and even though earlier cultures in the area wore very little clothing, they…"
Oct 10
Medb St. Jerome replied to Barry J King's discussion WiCom Priest under Fire.
"The Occult is not occult because people take oaths of secrecy. It’s occult because it has to do with the unseen, the invisible forces that surround us, but which we normally can’t see. Secrecy in occult practice has two purposes. One is…"
Oct 9

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Sweet, sweet, Darkness

Posted on March 12, 2017 at 10:35am 2 Comments

Like a lot of people, I’ve struggling on and off with depression since the election, but this week I reconnected with my dark side and I feel better. That’s the side of my personality that giggles in the middle of horror movies. Loves to read Darwin Awards, and researches (in books) what human tastes like. Nine out of Ten cannibals agree — it’s pork not chicken so the bakers for the Sweeny Todd pre-show dinner are using the wrong meat. This dark half, maybe more than half, makes jokes about…

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Fate an opinion

Posted on January 13, 2017 at 2:35pm 0 Comments

The bit of dialog below is the closest anyone has ever come to describing my view of fate or wyrd, and it has the additional advantage of being funny.



Londo: "Vir, do you believe in fate?"



Vir: "Well, actually, I believe there are currents in the Universe. Eddies and tides that…

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What I'm Reading - 11 Jan 17

Posted on January 11, 2017 at 4:26pm 1 Comment

I have a long history of writing comments on forums, but I’ve never really done a blog before. So, I thought I’d start simple, and just do reading list blog.

I’m not reading a lot of fiction right now. I have a used copy of Brian Lumley’s “The Clock of Dreams,” a part of his Lovecraft circle stories, that I’m reading in the spaces in between my non-fiction. I have a mild obsession with the Lovecraft circle authors, and in particular their older stories — the ones hard to…

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At 12:34am on January 16, 2017, Shawn Blackwolf said…

Thanks for the conversation !

Nice to see an alkhemical associate , and thinking

mind on the site again...it can get boring here these

days...not that I get bored...;)...*laughs*

 
 
 

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