Philosophers

Grimoires and the Solomonic Tradition

Grimoires and the Solomonic Tradition I would like to talk about grimoires. Not a specific grimoire, like the Key of Solomon, or Heptameron, or Lemegeton. This isn’t even about their contents, or their history. No, what I want to talk about are the actual physical grimoires—those dangerous things made...

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The Old Religion & the Law of Attraction

By Ariana Clausen – Vélez 2013 July “The Principles of Truth are Seven; he who knows these understandingly, possesses the Magic Key before whose touch all the Doors of the Temple fly open”  The Kybalion. The Seven Hermetic Principles, upon which the entire Hermetic Philosophy is based, are as...

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Sublime Generosity, Rumi

    I was dead, then alive, Weeping then laughing.   The power of love came into me, And I became fierce like a lion, Then tender like the evening star.   He said, “You’re not mad enough. You don’t belong in this house.”   I went wild and...

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Appulse Lunar Eclipse of 2013 May 25

Appulse Lunar Eclipse of 2013 May 25 19 May 2013     What did the Astrologers of Ninevah and Babylon say about Eclipses? Omens from Eclipses; I have not informed the king, my lord of the account of the eclipse with my own mouth, I have not yet written, so...

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Mithras or Mica (Michael), a Persian then Roman Sun God

Mithras or Mica (Michael), a Persian then Roman Sun God www.askwhy.co.uk/christianity/0690Mithras.php Mithras is a Greek form of the name of an Indo-European god, Mithra or Mitra (Old Persian, Mica). Roman writers believed that Mithraism came from Persia and that Mithraic iconography represented Persian mythology. Mithraism was once called the...

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