Baphomet

Meaning There have been many strange idols throughout the ages but the idol of Baphomet seems to be among the most mysterious. All which seems to be known about this … Read more

Newton and Flamel

by Anthony M. House Gale E. Christianson 1 in his scholarly book subtitled “Isaac Newton & His Times,” in chapter 9 entitled: The Treasures of Darkness, presents excerpts from Newton’s alchemical writings. … Read more

Arnold Crowther

He was an English Witch, a skilled stage magician, and married to Patricia C.Crowther. Crowther was born on October 7, 1909, in Chestham, Kent, one of a pair of fraternal twins. … Read more

William Blake

William Blake, Famous British author, known for his works because of their brilliant occult themes. Born in Kent, at seventeen he became interested in the mystical and occult. His interest … Read more

Abra Melin

Abramelin the Mage (1362-1460), a Jew from Wurxburg, Germany. Abraham, or Abramelin, also known as Abraham the Jew or Abra-Melin composed a body of magical works which left their mark on Alexander Sanders and Aleister … Read more

Cosmic Consciousness

Definition A consciousness of the cosmos, knowing the life and order of the universe. It is considered a higher, yet at present an exceptional peak in human evolution which the race … Read more

Sol Invictus

The collective unconscious appears to consist of mythological motifs or primordial images, for which reason the myths of all nations are its real exponents. In fact the whole of mythology … Read more

Anthroposophy

This is the name given by Rudolf Steiner to his teachings. Its means “knowledge of man” or “human wisdom.” Steiner said his teachings were Spiritual Science, a term that to him was … Read more

Magic Squares

Magic squares are squares which are divided into parts with each part becoming a square within the larger square. A number or letter, supposedly having magical properties, is assigned to … Read more

Illuminates of Thanateros (IOT)

Illuminates of Thanateros is an international magical order founded in Germany in 1978 by two English occultists, Ray Sherwin and Peter Carroll. Its formal name is “The Magical Pact of … Read more

Qlippoth

Qlippoth, Hebrew, “shells, husks,” is a term in the Kabbalah tradition means “Lords of Unbalanced Powers” referring to demonic entities from a former universe who survived in the present one. The Qlippoth … Read more

Avatar

In Sanskrit avatar literally means “descent,” or, in a broader sense the term means the reincarnation of the same soul in a different body. In Hinduism avatar is a human incarnation of the Divine who functions … Read more

Onychomancy

Onychomancy is a form of divination by the use of, and the observation of human fingernails. In practice it is the observation of the shapes which the sun produces when shining on the … Read more

Extispicy

Extispicy is derived from extra and spiere, meaning to view or consider. It applied cheifly to the inspection of entrails for the purposes of augury.The officials were known as Extispieces or Auspieces and … Read more

Curses

Definition of Curse A curse is one or many Magic spells which are placed upon people with the intention of harming them. The misfortune intended by curses can range from illness, and harm, to even death. Curses … Read more

wamara

In African Mythology Wamara is a god worshipped by the Bahimas of the Baziba tribes. Wamara, whose mother is Nyante-the pre-existing universe-and father is unknown, had four sons to whom … Read more

Darkness

Like many peoples the Africans composed myths describing natural phenomena and their origins. The following is an example of an african mythology myth. At first the world was never dark … Read more

Mayon

The Mayon (also the black one) early Davidian (Tamil) (southern India and Sir Lanka) is a creator god. It is an animalistic high god of the pastoral regions. In african … Read more

The Rainbow Monster

The rainbow monster in African mythology myths and stories is a terrible animal that lives in water and comes out under the cover of darkness to devour other animals and … Read more

TseTse Bumba

The creator Tsetse Bumba created nine creatures and then man. It is also known as TseTse in African mythology myths and stories. He ordered each to observe particular taboos, but … Read more

Unkulunkulu

Unkulunkulu “the Very old” is a predominate figure in Kaffir mythology (Zulu and Xhosa). The reason this seems true is because there existed extreme importance on the cult of royal … Read more

Telepathy

Mental mind to mind Communication and mind reading Definition Telepathy is the psychic phenomena by which communication occurs between minds, or mind-to-mind communication (telepathically). Such mental telepathy communication includes thoughts, ideas, … Read more

Midianites

  Who were the Midianites Midianites were a people dwelling south and east of Palestine. They were in the desert north of the Arabian Peninsula. The most accurate accounts of … Read more