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One might ask themselves whether it matters what race you are, as well as other attributes e.g. religious background, beliefs in rel. to spirituality, educational level, social class or standing and so on.
Answer is No; it doesn’t matter in general who you are what you are- the occult doesn’t discriminate in the same way a bullet being fired at you doesn’t, the result or outcome will be the same. Spiritual energy doesn’t care about any of the aforementioned, and neither do spirits; rarely will a spirit turn one down for his ethnicity or otherwise.
So no worries, you can be white (caucasian) and work with spirits from the Voodoo pantheon per example, or with the Islamic Jinn etc, etc; As for the other mentioned attributes, ditto (same applies)- The only time when it’ll play a factor is if you yourself are a magickal practitioner and restrict yourself to a certain thought pattern or are skeptical from the get-go. As with everything, belief in oneself and one’s own abilities is crucial to success.
In this article I’ll be discussing the difference between mainstream religions and pagan religions; so what they’re about and how practical they are to one’s life.
Mainstream first- why does the average person in general not go to church (regardless of religion)? Because “it” doesn’t work, the religion doesn’t offer any progress in one’s life, let alone salvation; going to church and praying doesn’t improve one’s life and shows no real benefit (this is a figure of speech, since reportedly the majority of mankind is religiously affiliated). This is plain and simply because the majority of mainstream religious establishments are largely nothing more than corporations, intent on power through religious indoctrination under the guise of “salvation”. They don’t care about spiritual guidance.
Paganism lastly- why do people that want to become genuinely religious lean more & more towards paganism, or better said people that want help of an esoteric nature? The last thing someone like that would do, generally, is seek out help from the aforementioned (mainstream). Because of its practical value; people want results, period. Results which paganism at least sometimes/partially provides. Results that are of a practical nature, e.g. money, health etc. Also good to note that a good deal of history’s empires or civilizations followed esotericism, rather than “textbook” religion.
Other notable differences are that mainstream is monotheistic, whereas paganism is polytheistic. Which one is better? Obviously, esotericism or paganism is better than mainstream religion.
One might wonder what role Atheism & Agnosticism play in the occult; so what place do they have, if any? The answer in short is, within the occult as well as in general: None- it is illogical and has no merit.
The reason for that is plain and simply that the world exists on a spiritual foundation, and therefore making the claim that all that exists is the material is wrong, period. This can be pointed out by the fact that, as the saying “It is out of the immaterial that the material has come forth” goes, the material and tangible is a consequence of the immaterial or ethereal. A person wouldn’t be alive if His astral body were to leave him, he’d drop dead as a matter of fact. When you speak as a living being (a person), your consciousness and everything that makes you aware of your own existence is due to your soul & astral body, NOT your physical body; the latter is nothing more that flesh that you occupy in order to manifest in the physical world.
This concept applies to everything one can see in the world we live and exist in; to a well-versed occultist (like me) it’s common knowledge & obvious- not to the average person. The tree of life within the kabbalah is an excellent example, as the basic concept of it teaches that everything in existence makes its way from God to the material world, so the mental leads into the astral and then into the physical.
Notion/Concept ——> Thought ——> Physical Reality
Success requires hard work, and it does like no other; we, unfortunately, live in a world where people are superficial and disposable even in some cases, bluntly put. People think that success, accomplishment & all the good things that can come to a person just “falls out of the sky” which is an idiotic notion to say the least.
This applies to everything in life (especially the Occult), anything that is worth doing is going to be hard, and everyone wants to benefit but no one wants to carry the horrific weight and burden(s) that need to be dealt with in order to reach the finish line.
Do you think that Bill Gates or Steve Jobs managed to do what made them rich & famous overnight? Think again. Get rich quick schemes are too good to be true, literally (in general). Even yours truly has been through all of this in order to get where He is; the sheer amount of adversity, devotion & dedication is what it takes to get to what you see today on my website & channel.
So don’t forget:
For those that are unfamiliar with the header, Sports Horary is a term that loosely refers to using horary astrology to predict the outcome of sporting events and matches. Simply looking it up will give you a list of sites that describe how to do so. Most people that can think further will brush it off as a get-rich quick scheme, which is the case in general indeed. But does it have merit, at least in theory? Yes.
I have done extensive research into this matter as an occultist; as a beginner, in my “younger” occult years (when I only just got started) I made the same mistakes and had the same idiotic way of thinking that you see the aforementioned sites make.
Then, after a few years (recently) I was prompted to look into it again and I came up with a method that does work for successfully predicting the outcome of events where 2 teams/individuals face off against each other; the only drawback is that it’s not foolproof and has a 4 out of 5 success ratio (80%), so to speak.
Why don’t I use it for myself? For a number of reasons:
Anyone that is interested in obtaining this method (obviously not for free) can reach out to me.
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These courses consist of my E-occult course & my E-astrology course. The price for buying the rights to either one is $15000, and if you buy both I offer a bundle deal of $25000 (so you get a $5000 discount).
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A lot of people have a vague idea- or have heard of the notion that animals can see spirits. How true is this? The answer is very simple “very much so”; They can…
Animals have, generally speaking, refined acute senses, e.g. an increased sense of smell/hearing etc. So it’s kind of logical that their astral senses are also more refined compared to that of people. That’s why they can see spirits, but rarely do they react to them because they’re used to it and most astral entities just go about their business and bear no ill will towards others around them, like people and animals.
But on occasion you’ll get a “bad apple” or bad boy that has malevolent intentions or questionable at best, and that’s when your pet will start to act up when or if He/She is around, generally in the form of staring at something that’s “not there” or can’t be seen with one’s physical sight, making threatening sounds like barking or growling and so on.
This is also the reason for why in general, when going to a location e.g. the outdoors where animals are generally present, they won’t be there (the animals I mean); the place will be devoid of fauna, and wildlife will avoid THAT specific area.
The animals that are generally unaffected by this are bugs and insects, because they lack the spiritual consciousness in general that, say, mammals have (e.g. humans); so they’re not developed enough spiritually to be in danger or attacked by whatever entity is in their presence.
Is it possible to do such a thing, or does it occur in real life? Yes. Before I continue, I need to state for the record that I outright condemn any illegal activity in which the occult is used as a tool for improving success. The best example I can give of this topic is as mentioned below…
Sakawa– as wikipedia defines it, Sakawa is “Ghanaian term for illegal practices which combine modern Internet-based fraud with African traditionalist rituals. The rituals, which are mostly in the form of sacrifices, are intended to spiritually manipulate victims so that the scammer’s fraud is successful“.
So there you go; the theory behind this is that regardless of the magickal system utilized, it increases the likelihood or chance of success in scamming someone by intoxicating a potential target to the point that He/She is scammed to the fullest more or less, something that the average person, from a neutral PoV, has difficulty understanding. That’s why you hear people say “How can He/She be so gullible, stupid?”. It makes little to no rational sense that someone would be so dense as to fall for simple tricks/excuses to the point that He or She is being scammed for vast sums of money or resources for an extended amount of time. In this case, a spell is literally as well as figuratively cast over the victim that leaves them in that compromised mental state. To see how effective this is, there are enough statistics that indicate a rise in scams of this nature/where this practise(s) is utilized:
For more sources, see below links:
By the way, most of these scammers are of African descent and their excuse for scamming, so justifying their actions to themselves and the rest of the world is that they’re “taking what’s rightfully theirs” from “the white man”, since a good deal of their “clientele” is caucasian…obvious colonialist delusion.
Lastly, I need to mention that this topic doesn’t apply to ALL cases of fraud, just the ones where it is utilized; so this doesn’t mean that the occult is used for ALL scams, just the ones where that actually is the case.
A question that I’ve been asked in the past is on how to dispose of offerings I make or have made to spirits I’ve worked with, or similar; I’ll be addressing that now.
In essence, offerings can be disposed of in whatever way you as a practitioner see fit or the spirit you’re offering to has told you; I have had plenty of experience with this in the past, and at first I buried it but found that to be impractical, so I just threw it in a gutter in front of my house or in the nearby brush. But in general, throwing it out with the rest of the trash is fine too, unless (again) the spirit tells you otherwise (rarely the case). Offerings in general are organic in nature, but even the ones that aren’t (these are the ones you usually leave on the spirit’s altar-recommended) are no exception when it comes to disposal. Organic food will rot away substantially quicker than it usually does by nature.
When it comes to duration with organic offerings, a few days is enough to leave them on said altar and take note to clean up afterwards, since it will be rotten or moldy and might give off a stench, etc. It’s just repeating the cycle afterwards on a periodical basis. Lastly, one can also consume the food itself, but I advise against it because the food has little to no astral nutrients for obvious reasons (know this from personal exp.).