Wu: The female sorceress, witch and shaman in ancient China

        The strong pattern of female shamans in eastern Asia has been erased from the history that most people know. Yet women predominated in shamanism of ancient China, Japan, and Korea, and have persisted into modern times in eastern Siberia, Korea, Manchuria, Okinawa, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines. Today I’d like to…

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The Hat Speaks: One Taoist’s View on Satanism, Tantrism and the Left Hand Path

  Hello dear readers, I’d like to take a moment to talk about Satanism. Someone asked me, quite recently, about my views of it and if I am, or not, one of the Black Brotherhood. Do you have some time? Would you like some Coffee or Tea? Please, take the green chair over by the…

The Hat Speaks: One Taoist’s View on Satanism, Tantrism and the Left Hand Path was originally published on The Hidden Left Hand

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A Few Thoughts on the Left Hand Path

  Every step along this path is taken in the present moment. The discreet processing nature of our brain creates the illusion that we are going somewhere and becoming someone, while in fact we are actually just experiencing a flowing stream of “present moments.” There is no place to go, except here. There is no one to be,…

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When a Hero dies and becomes a God: Magic and the Deification of David Bowie

        Hello readers, today I want to talk about the creation of gods, how, why and the theory behind humanity’s hand in it. As a Taoist and left hand path practitioner, I have a particular interest in immortality and godhood. With the passing of Artist and Musician David Bowie, and the overt occult…

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The Blood is the life : Using the vital fluids in the Evocation of Spirits

  “And when I passed by thee, and saw thee polluted in thine own blood, I said unto thee when thou wast in thy blood, Live; yea, I said unto thee when thou wast in thy blood, Live.”- Book of Ezekiel, Chapter 16, Verse 6. The Bathroom is dirty,lights flicker, a man in a leather jacket calmly…

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Black Friday’s Evil Egregore :Magic, Thanksgiving Genocide and Black Friday Stampedes

    I’m of two minds on the existence of evil, really. I think people are entirely capable of it, certainly. And being Subjective on the idea of Evil, I’m not so sure about the existence of entirely evil spiritual entities, but I would put in some votes for part time ones whose goals aren’t…

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The Black Left Hand of Taoist Sorcery :GONG TAU and Traditional Witchcraft both East and West

    GONG TAU (降头 In Hokkien/Teochew/Cantonese) or JIANG TOU((降头In Mandarin) is a kind of  Traditionalist witchcraft prevalent in South East Asia. I will try, in my small way, to take a look at it here, as well as draw a few comparisons to Left Hand Practices here in the west. Whenever someone is cursed…

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Bi Guan (闭关) : Closing Doors to gain Power and Wisdom

  Bi Guan (闭关) literally means closing the door to worldly matters. It is a purpose- driven exercise to achieve specific results in inner alchemy. The phrase 闭关 was first documented in the Jing Dynasty (晋朝). According to Taoist practitioners, there are major retreats and minor retreats. Major retreats are held in deep mountains, while minor…

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In only the most ordinary sense are we “already” magicians….so stop being ordinary.

Everywhere we can see now how the trappings of Magic are strewn around with such mindless and perfunctory abandon that it’s obvious to everyone that the morning of cat memes is well advanced. Moreover, the so-called “Occult community” (which is anything but) has produced already so much over- merchandised junk and shadow without substance, that…

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An Interview with Scott Lefebvre, owner of Infernal Interiors

Hello Ladies and Gentlemen, I was walking the dusty halls of Facebook one night and stumbled an Occult furniture maker and Artist who runs a business called Infernal Interiors.His name is Scott Lefebvre, and I just had to sit down with him and find out more about his work and Infernal Creations…..But first a few…

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