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  1. Because its practitioners used magical means to seek these truths, the term "occult" is used here in two of its primary senses. (Web site)
  2. The word "occult" comes from a Latin word meaning "concealed or covered over, secret". (Web site)
  3. OCCULT: to conceal and hide away knowledge from the uninitiated. (Web site)
  4. Occult - The body of knowledge that is hidden or secret in the areas of the paranormal, preternatural or supernatural.
  5. Occult is a label given to a number of organizations or orders, and the teachings and practices as taught by them.


  1. Alchemy is a combination of physics, chemistry, metallurgy, medicine, astrology and the mystic sciences.
  2. ALCHEMY: The science by aid of which the chemical philosophers of medieval times attempted to transmute the baser metals into gold or silver. (Web site)
  3. Alchemy is a Science of Soul that results from an understanding of God, Nature, and Man. (Web site)
  4. ALCHEMY - The Science of turning the baser metals into gold or silver by chemical means. (Web site)
  5. Alchemy - A medieval chemical philosophy or art, having as its asserted aims the transmutation or transformation of base metals into gold.


  1. The astrology is a reading of the stars. (Web site)
  2. Astrology is used in combination with the Chinese constellation, four pillars of destiny and the five elements methods of divination.
  3. Astrology is based on the entire horoscope, not just the Sun-sign. (Web site)


  1. Divination - the art of using occult practices to tell the future and reveal the hidden.
  2. Divination - The gift of "feeling" universal energies and being able to interpret their patterns into verbal explanations.
  3. DIVINATION - The obtain unknown knowledge or future events from omens. (Web site)
  4. DIVINATION: The art of finding things out through means other than the five senses, using tools such as tarot cards, crystal balls, and so on.
  5. DIVINATION: The magickal art of using tools and symbols to gather information from the Collective Unconsciousness.


  1. Eckart was also a committed occultist and a master of magic.
  2. Eckart was also the one behind the Nazi swastika flag. (Web site)
  3. Eckart was the wealthy publisher of the newspaper Auf gut Deutsch ( In Plain German).
  4. Eckart was the wealthy publisher of the newspaper In Plain German.

Esoteric Christianity

  1. Esoteric Christianity is the Christian teaching about the inner development of humanity toward the divine, and it definitely was Gurdjieff’s topic. (Web site)

Encyclopaedia of Occultism

  1. An Encyclopaedia of Occultism is an encyclopedia of occultism by Lewis Spence, published in 1920. (Web site)

Occult Books

  1. Some of the Reynolds family have written occult books. (Web site)
  2. The Necronomicon was part of this swag as were a lot of occult books. (Web site)
  3. Here are some exemple of interesting and rare occult books. (Web site)

Vedic Astrology

  1. Vedic astrology is an ancient behavioral analysis and forecasting system.
  2. Vedic Astrology is a noble science from the ages of Vedas.

Automatic Writing

  1. Automatic Writing - The production of written material by a spirit through a person but without conscious control of that person.
  2. Automatic Writing: A means by which a non-physical entity-classically a spirit of someone who has died-can communicate with the living.
  3. Automatic writing is a hypnosis technique where the muscles of the Beth and Bernie has been friends for a long time.
  4. Automatic writing is a run, or even product, of writing poop that doesn't are from either the conscious thoughts of the writer. (Web site)
  5. Automatic writing is the process of writing material that does not come from the conscious thoughts of the writer.


  1. Ariosophy is an ideology that propagates a cosmic hierarchy and, consequently, a respective system of society. (Web site)
  2. Ariosophy is generally used to describe Aryan-centric occult theories and hermetic practices.
  3. Ariosophy is generally used to describe Aryan-racist-occult theories.
  4. Ariosophy is used by the author as a generic for this "lore of the Aryans" that was expounded by the two men. (Web site)
  5. Ariosophy was only one of the threads of Esotericism in Germany and Austria during this time.


  1. Kabbalah is a branch of Jewish mysticism, which is thought to have originated in the 13th century. (Web site)
  2. Kabbalah - An advanced occult tool from older jewish mythology.
  3. As such, these scholars feel that it is appropriate to use the term "Kabbalah" to refer to Jewish mysticism as early as the first century of the common era.
  4. Kabbalah is a doctrine of esoteric knowledge concerning God and the universe. (Web site)
  5. Kabbalah is a knowledge of Divine Wisdom. (Web site)


  1. MAGIC: the sleight of hand tricks, having 'physical', as opposed to 'psychic' exercise. (Web site)
  2. For other uses of the term or name "Magic", see Magic (disambiguation). (Web site)
  3. It was not until the Middle Ages that the word "magic" took on negative connotations. (Web site)
  4. Magic (paranormal) For other uses of the term or name "Magic", see Magic (illusion) or Magic (disambiguation).
  5. Magic - The Gathering: A fantasy role playing card game involving satanism, witchcraft, and the occult. (Web site)


  1. Numerology is any of many systems, traditions or beliefs in a mystical or esoteric relationship between numbers and physical objects or living things. (Web site)
  2. Numerology is an ancient study of numbers. (Web site)
  3. Numerology - A world of accuracy and balance. (Web site)
  4. Numerology - The practice of attributing meaning or characteristics to numbers, such as birth dates.
  5. Numerology - The study of numbers in regard to a person's character and life plan.

Astrological Aspect

  1. Five is ruled by the planet Mercury and the astrological aspect of the quincunx.
  2. This astrological aspect is extremely favorable for business relationships. (Web site)
  3. This astrological aspect points to and encourages travel for this year. (Web site)

Astrology And Alchemy

  1. Astrology and Alchemy are equally the soul of the two modern sciences. (Web site)
  2. Astrology and alchemy are inextricably linked.

Astrology And Numerology

  1. Astrology and Numerology are fascinating subjects that enable us to understand our future and help us to lead a better life. (Web site)

Christian Rosenkreuz

  1. Together they presented the legend of a German pilgrim named "C.R.C." (later introduced in the third Manifesto as Christian Rosenkreuz).
  2. Christian Rosenkreuz ( 1378 - 1484) is the possibly legendary founder of the Rosicrucian Order. (Web site)
  3. Christian Rosenkreuz is believed by many to be the secret name of Francis Bacon.


  1. Cosmobiology is a method of astrology developed by Reinhold Ebertin in the 1920's. (Web site)


  1. Fortune-telling is the practice of predicting the future, usually of an individual, through mystical or supernatural means and often for commercial gain.


  1. Magick is a doorway through which we step into mystery, wildness, and immanence. (Web site)
  2. Magick is a spelling of magic, used by Aleister Crowley to differentiate the type congruent with sorcery from illusion or stage magic.
  3. I chose therefore the name "MAGICK" as essentially the most sublime, and actually the most discredited, of all the available terms. (Web site)
  4. MAGICK IS A CONTINUOUS PROCESS What we have been calling 'magick' is actually a continuous process. (Web site)
  5. MAGICK: The projection of natural energies (such as personal power) to being about needed change.

Reachout Trust

  1. Reachout Trust is an evangelical Christian organisation. (Web site)
  2. Reachout Trust is a registered charity number 1087085 --This text refers to the Paperback edition. (Web site)
  3. Reachout Trust is an international Christian Ministry with 25 years experience of equipping the church to do just that.
  4. Reachout Trust is an international Christian Ministry with 25 years experience of equipping the church. (Web site)

Western Mystery Tradition

  1. Company of Avalon - Explores the western mystery tradition in the style of Dion Fortune, Bligh Bond and other Avalonians.
  2. While both these men had profound contributions to the western mystery tradition, it appears neither was versed in it. (Web site)
  3. The late 19th century saw a radical split in the western mystery tradition. (Web site)


  1. An adept is a master of the highest of esoteric knowledge.
  2. ADEPT: An individual who through serious study and accomplishments is considered highly proficient in a particular magickal system. (Web site)
  3. Adept - An individual who through serious study and accomplishments is highly prficient in a praticluar magickal way.
  4. Adept: An individual who through serious study and accomplishment s is considered highly proficient in a particular magickal system.
  5. Adept: An individual who, through serious study and accomplishment, is considered highly proficient in a particular magickal system.

Akashic Records

  1. Akashic Records: A recording of all events that have ever occurred and said to be stored in a spiritual substance, Akasha, that surrounds the earth.
  2. AKASHIC RECORDS: The -recordings- left in the Akasha by every event.
  3. Akashic Records: The records generated of everything that happens in the universe as it occurs. (Web site)
  4. Brent ============== My contact with the term "Akashic records" has been within occult writings with an orientalized (!) flavor. (Web site)
  5. The Akashic Records are metaphorically described as a library and are also likened to a universal computer or the 'Mind of God'. (Web site)

Aleister Crowley

  1. Aleister Crowley was adept at many occult arts and invested a great deal of energy in exploring the limits of both his mind and his body. (Web site)
  2. Aleister Crowley is probably the major modern figure in ritual magic. (Web site)
  3. Aleister Crowley is the most well known member in occult circles, but membership also included W.B. Yeats and A.E. Waite.
  4. Aleister Crowley was a systematic and scientific explorer of religious practices, techniques, and doctrines.
  5. Aleister Crowley was a world-renowned occultist and Satan worshiper. (Web site)


  1. Dowsing is a controversial method of divination used to find water, metals and hidden objects by carrying some form of stick and watching its motion.
  2. Dowsing is a centuries-old practice of using wooden sticks or metal rods to locate underground sources of water, metal and graves.
  3. DOWSING is a kind of divination where a forked stick is used to locate water or precious minerals. (Web site)
  4. DOWSING: The divinatory art of using a pendulum or stick to find the actual location of a person, place, thing, or element.
  5. Dowsing - The act of using a divining rod for the purpose of supernaturally locating water, minerals, lost objects, or identifying graves.

Dragon Rouge

  1. Dragon Rouge is a society whose members belief in the occult and aim to explore dark magic.
  2. Dragon Rouge are studying parapsychology and are conducting parapsychological experiments on an amateur level.
  3. Dragon Rouge are studying parapsychology and are conducting parapsychological experiments.
  4. Dragon Rouge is a Nordic order with branches in many parts of the world.
  5. Dragon Rouge is a practical magical order in which the individual experience is pivotal.


  1. An egregore is a kind of group mind which is created when people consciously come together for a common purpose. (Web site)
  2. Egregore is a term from Old English which is fading from general use in modern English.
  3. I did not search further for an example, and instead filed this away as I was unfamiliar with the term "egregore".
  4. Nowhere did I find the term "egregore". (Web site)
  5. The egregore is a compelling concept, but I wouldn't trust Makow's judgement to lead a discussion on the subject.


  1. FUDOSI was an attempt to create a federation of all true mystical orders and protect themselves and the people from frauds.
  2. FUDOSI was founded in 1934 and dissolved in 1951 after disagreements between its members.
  3. FUDOSI was headed by a group of three Imperators.
  4. The FUDOSI was not an Order, but an Universal Federation of esoteric and autonomous Orders and Societies. (Web site)


  1. Ghost - A ghost is believed to be the soul or the life force of a person.
  2. A ghost is a non-corporeal manifestation of the spirit or soul of a dead person which has remained on Earth after death.
  3. Ghost - A replay of an event.
  4. Ghost - A supernatural appearance or image unrecognizable to the viewer.
  5. Ghost - Also known as an apparition, specter.


  1. Ghosts are among the subjects studied by parapsychologists. (Web site)
  2. Ghosts are controversial phenomena. (Web site)
  3. Ghosts are known to frequent certain places more often than others, graveyards seem to be an obvious common starting point. (Web site)
  4. Ghosts are not the people they represent, they are demons masquerading as spirits of the dead. (Web site)
  5. Ghosts are often described as being indifferent to human presence, though a few are vengeful. (Web site)

Great White Brotherhood

  1. Great White Brotherhood was a small apocalyptic sect in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus in the 1990s, led by Yuoann Svami and Maria Devi Christos.
  2. Blavatsky claimed to have been party to revelations from Hidden Masters called the "Great White Brotherhood" who resided somewhere in the Himalayas.
  3. In some versions of the theosophical belief systems, the Masters are collectively called the "Great White Brotherhood".
  4. The Great White Brotherhood is a spiritual order of Hierarchy, an organization of Ascended Masters united for the highest purposes of God on Earth.
  5. The Great White Brotherhood is the body of Ascended Masters guiding this system of worlds. (Web site)


  1. Haushofer was a student of the Russian magician and metaphysician George Gurdjieff. (Web site)
  2. Haushofer was a student of the Russian magician and metaphysician Gregor Ivanovich Gurdyev (George Gurdjieff).
  3. Haushofer was also a mentor to Hitler. (Web site)
  4. Haushofer was also inclined toward the esoteric.
  5. Haushofer was indeed instrumental in starting the Ahnenerbe and in its agenda being based on many of the Thule Society-s beliefs. (Web site)

High Magick

  1. High Magick - A form of detailed and strict ceremonial magick based on Egyptian traditions.
  2. High Magick is the practice and study of esoteric disciplines specifically designed to complete the Great Work. (Web site)
  3. Some people find the term "high Magick" misleading, believing it means that this kind of Magick is not true.
  4. Some people find the term "high Magick" misleading, believing it means that this kind of Magick is somehow better than "low Magick".


  1. Hyperborea is a fleeting golden moment suspended between History and the unspeakable revelation of the Eschaton.
  2. Hyperborea is a mythical terra incognita supposed to have existed somewhere far in the north, as the Greek historian Herodotus wrote.
  3. Hyperborea is a nexus of feelings, evolving ideas and shifting appearances.
  4. Hyperborea is also an online text based game, called a MUD, started in 1993.
  5. Hyperborea was also mentioned by Guido von List, with direct references to the theosophic author William Scott-Elliot.


  1. Mothman - The True Story High strangeness in West Virginia in the 1960's as people saw winged humanoids, UFOs, men in black, and other bizarre events. (Web site)
  2. Mothman is the name given to a strange creature reported in the Charleston and Point Pleasant areas of West Virginia between November 1966 and December 1967.
  3. Mothman was not to be outsmarted, however. (Web site)
  4. Mothman was said to chase motorists and to frighten women.
  5. The Mothman was reportedly first sighted on November 12, 1966 by Lonnie Button, at the time a young boy. (Web site)


  1. Necromancy - The practice of communicating with the dead to obtain knowledge of the future, others' secrets, and so forth.
  2. Necromancy - The practice of communicating with the dead to obtain knowledge of the future, others' secrets, etc. (Web site)
  3. Necromancy - The practice of conjuring evil spirits.
  4. Necromancy was widespread in ancient Greece from prehistoric times.


  1. The Order was organized in local circles, which practiced the Hermetic triad of disciplines; alchemy, theurgy (magic), and astrology. (Web site)
  2. The Order is an important piece of the puzzle to the demise of American values. (Web site)
  3. The Order was invited at the ‘39 Convention. (Web site)
  4. The Order was officially founded and proclaimed in 1902 e.v.
  5. The Order was officially recognised by Prince Rainier III of Monaco, the location of the Order's official headquarters. (Web site)


  1. Although the word "Rosicrucian" is used by several organizations, The Rosicrucian Fellowship has no connection with any of them. (Web site)
  2. Rosicrucian is a term that is also used to describe an idea, icon, person or group that is simultaneously Christian and trans-Christian. (Web site)
  3. Rosicrucian: One of a sect of visionary philosophers or speculators, that appeared in Germany, about the end of the 16 th century. (Web site)
  4. The Rosicrucian is a legendary and secretive order dating from the 15th or 17th century.
  5. The Rosicrucian is a very secret and legendary society dating from the 15th or 17th century.


  1. Rosicrucians are determined by what they are in their hearts and not by the organizations they belong to. (Web site)
  2. Rosicrucians are members of a worldwide esoteric society whose official emblem combines a rose and a cross. (Web site)
  3. The Rosicrucians are the fabled Hermetic brotherhood of the Renaissance. (Web site)
  4. The Rosicrucians were a "secret" order.


  1. SATANISM: The worship of the Christian concept of the Anti-Christ.
  2. Satanism is a life-loving, rational philosophy that millions of people adhere to. (Web site)
  3. Satanism is a rebellion against Christianity and what they consider to be weakness or stupidity. (Web site)
  4. Satanism is a religion. (Web site)
  5. Satanism is an open and selfish rebellion against everything good, helpful, kind and moral. (Web site)


  1. Sufism is a centuries-old spiritual psychology.
  2. Sufism is a somewhat controversial subject today.
  3. Sufism was flourished through their devotion, knowledge, and service.
  4. Sufism was traditionally considered the systematisation of the spiritual component of Islam.


  1. The Swastika is a powerful magical symbol still used in High Masonic Degrees today. (Web site)
  2. The swastika is also the symbol for peace and harmony, as in Budhism and Taoism.
  3. The swastika is an ancient Indian symbol of immutable good luck.
  4. The swastika is an ancient asian spiritual symbol, present in Indu, Tibetan, Chinese, Korean and Japanese cultures.
  5. The swastika is one of mankind's oldest symbols, and apart from the cross and the circle, probably the most widely distributed.


  1. The Tarot is the most popular divination tool in the West. (Web site)
  2. Tarot is a form of divination using a set of cards.
  3. Tarot is a form of foretelling that involves the use of a special deck of cards.
  4. Tarot was the next major interest that grew. (Web site)
  5. The Tarot is a deck of cards that has been used as a form of divination for over 500 years. (Web site)


  1. Thelema is the Greek word for Will.
  2. For example, the word "Thelema" in Greek is Θελημα, and the letter Tzaddi in Hebrew is צ.
  3. The term "Thelema", for example comes from Crowley's adaptation of François Rabelais' Gargantua and Pantagruel. (Web site)
  4. Thelema is a belief system inspired by the writings and life of Aleister Crowley.
  5. Thelema is the English transliteration of the Ancient Greek noun ------------ will, from the verb ----------- to will, wish, purpose.


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