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Shakespeare’s Demonology

The belief in demonology as it existed during the Elizabethan period, and the time of Shakespeare, was a subject that from its very nature, could not be settled ex-cathedra. And consequently, the subject had to grow up as best it might, each writer adopting the arrangement that appeared to him most suitable.

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The Three Sisters

Once upon a time, very long ago, there were three sisters who lived together in a field. Each one loved the taste of Blood, on her lips, in her mouth. Smearing the deep red lipstick around her cakehole of a mouth. The first three lines of each stanza are the well-known long trochaic lines of […]

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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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Taoism and the Left Hand Path (the first 12 pages of my talk for the LHP Consortium )

      Hello ladies and gentleman, welcome to the first 12 pages of my presentation on Taoism and the left hand path, that was supposed to have been given at the International LHP Consortium. I was sadly not able to attend, but thought I’d post this here for those who might be interested in…

Taoism and the Left Hand Path (the first 12 pages of my talk for the LHP Consortium ) was originally published on The Hidden Left Hand

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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…

Saving the World one Wizard at a time: Selfishness, Morality, Universal Love and the Occult community was originally published on The Hidden Left Hand

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