Magic isn’t real!

It’s surreal. Someone asked me, How do you become adept at sensing? I mean sensing/seeing entities around you. I can’t do it because my imagination is always playing tricks on me. Does it mean that I don’t fully achieve gnosis and should work harder on that? There is a time and place for objectivity and trying to ensure that everything is “real,” but we have to take care not to drink too deeply from that, too. It is of course no good to just imagine up everything, but in the end that’s really all any of us are doing at all:…

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A few words about ghosts

The following is excerpted from a book I am working on on the subject of hauntings, ritual magic, and how the marriage of these things can shed light on a haunting and even make it useful. Ghosts are defined differently throughout the world.  In a large part of the world, perhaps the larger part, they are rarely understood in the way we do in the Western world.  Here, we often hold that ghosts are particularly the spirits of deceased people or animals that somehow linger on in a place.  The idea that this is in fact a persisting soul, that…

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A Peaceful Ritual for Haunted Houses

One of the more mainstream popular topics in magic, perhaps even one where it overlaps with the interests of the general public, is that of hauntings, ghosts, and so on. This seems to fall under the broad umbrella of the “paranormal” and so is approached somewhat differently than magical work or sorcery or conjuration or so on. And interestingly, this is despite that the tools of sorcery and magic are in fact some of the very best for working with ghosts or haunting spirits and so on. Most people, when asked about “tools for ghost hunting,” are more likely to…

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