Astral magic is sort of not my thing, typically, but I decided to mess around with it for today. For those that practice ceremonial magic, more than likely, the sigils that you are using are derived from Agrippa’s magic squares laid out in Three Books Concerning Occult Philosophy. Each astral – planetary body, gets a magic square. Because, well, I am a Leo, I decided to play around with the Sol square. So, these are some crystals that I got from using equivalence relations of the equivalence classes that came from using each number in the first row. I then Read More

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## Domains of Psychic Perception and Influence

A lot of discussions in typical communities that touch on psychic subjects use words like sensitive, aware, intuitive, etc to describe how a person is psychic. You might hear them describe the information they passively get as a range. You might even hear words such as energy fields. These archetypes also show up in media and literature Those words, phrases, and archetypes are pragmatic within the context of various paradigms – especially energy healing and energy working paradigms; however, they are not very accurate. Instead of fields of awareness, ethereal energy, and sensitivity, you have an ontological realm of knowledge Read More

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## The Geometry of Causality

## Midpoint Formula

## Distance Formula

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