Demonic and Angelic Qualities of Humanity

Humans can exemplify instances of angelic qualities and demonic qualities. An apple is red, so an apple is an instance of an exemplification of redness. Red crayons also exemplify redness, but an apple is an apple and a crayon a crayon. Yes, angelic humans I.e. priests ask for directions. Angels and demons walk among us in the form of humans. We just call it a miracle when a priest does something and magic when a sorcerer does it. Because angelic and demonic presence manifests through qualities of humanity, demonic or angelic presence is inherent in subtle human behaviors. We consider Read More

Demoniality or Incubi and Succubi, Malleus Maleficarum, and Cambions

When I bring up the subject of cambions, demonality, and the fact that Merlin is considered mythologically as someone whose magic came from being the child of an incubus, there seems to be controversy in various online occult and paranormal communities. Especially since cambions and nephilim show up frequently in fiction. In the classical work Demoniality or Incubi and Succubi, there is a list of historical figures the Catholic clergy considered to be the scion of demons: 30. Now, it is undoubted by Theologians and philosophers that carnal intercourse between mankind and the Demon sometimes gives birth to human beings; Read More

Qabalah, Qliphoth and Goetic Magic

Qabalah, Qliphoth and Goetic Magic is a unique practical introduction to magic. The main thread of the book is the exploration of the Qliphoth and the dark mysteries which have for so long been a repressed part of western esotericism.

Magic Always Has a Price

Debates around morality and ethics are frequent discussions in occult and magical communities. These arguments are so common that some occult communities forbid arguments and discourse on magic that appears to violate a person’s agency. Some rules ban working magic on someone without their consent, albeit it is unenforceable strictly from the perspective of being a rule of a platform. Enfolded into these conversations is whether magic has rules or if karma exists. Examples are arguments about whether people should or should not use magic to curse people or influence people such as to coerce or negate their ability to Read More

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