One Heretic Taoist’s reflection on Taoism in the West: Or, I know what you did last summer.

    In the course of its long history, Daoism has been transmitted and adapted variously beyond China. Deeply embedded in Chinese language and culture, its ritual and communal practices have generally been less adaptable, but Daode jing thought, tales of immortals, and the various longevity and meditation techniques have found eager audiences. Especially Daoist thought and long life […]

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Saving the World one Wizard at a time: Selfishness, Morality, Universal Love and the Occult community

    If you want to get at the plain truth,  Forget about right and wrong.  For the conflict between right and wrong,  Is the sickness of the human mind.   It is most revealing how differently people react to the above passage in the occult world! Some declare it beautiful, wonderful, profoundly wise and…

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Fantastic Black Magic Sex Secrets of the Zen Baptists Monks Revealed!

ZEN NEVER DIED, it just smells that way. Primordial uncarved block, sole worshipful monster, inert & spontaneous, more ultraviolet than any mythology (like the shadows before Babylon), the original undifferentiated oneness-of-being still radiates serene as the black pennants of Satanist Soccer moms, random & perpetually intoxicated.Zen comes before all principles of order & entropy, it’s…

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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…

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DO THE GODS EXIST? And how many of them can I cram into my star wars lunchbox?

The Tao is above existence and non-existence. Existence is for men who use words But the Tao does not use words. It is as silent as a flower. Words come from the Tao—the Tao produces words, But it does not use them. In the trial scene in Alice in Wonderland, the White Rabbit read an…

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Jie 戒 Rules for receiving Daoist Lu 籙 registers: How to walk the way without falling

    ( Special thanks to Dr. Michael Saso, Ph.D., for providing this translation ) Jie 戒 Rules for receiving Daoist Lu 籙 registers and meditation lessons The First Ten Rules or “vows” given to the novice, before receiving the Daoist Master’s instructions (Daoist Master Zhuang, 3rd edition, Ch.5): 1. Banish all hatred, anger, and sadness from the heart; otherwise…

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READING OMENS like a Taoist Sage, I mean like a Boss!

    au·gu·ry ˈôɡ(y)ərē/ noun a sign of what will happen in the future; an omen. “they heard the sound as an augury of death”   Augury and the reading omens is a big deal to the Taoist Wu. Signs can come to you in the natural world, and according to an ancient Han text, these observations…

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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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