Tarot cards have always been a part of me, in a certain way. I was using Tarot cards ever since I remember myself. In our family, it was a tradition passing from generation to generation, so I could learn the basics from my mother and grandmother, and at the very early age I no longer … Continue reading Tarot Cards – My Experience & Opinion
For many people, Friday 13th is a day that they will take a moment to think about. Could something go wrong today? Where does this superstition come from and is it really such a bad day? Friday the 13th is considered an unlucky day in Western superstition. It occurs when the 13th day of the … Continue reading Is Friday 13th Always A Bad Day?
The history of the Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck had risen in the last century, but started many centuries ago. If you are familiar with reading tarot cards, you are probably familiar with the images of the Rider-Waite tarot cards deck. The Rider-Waite tarot cards deck is the most popular that is used in 2019. The images … Continue reading The Rider-Waite Tarot Cards Deck History
The psychology of Jung about religion and spirituality started in the last century, when the psychologist Carl Gustav Jung lived from 1875 to 1961. This psychologist, who was trained by the famous psychologist Freud, has written a lot about psychology. In 1907, Jung broke with his teacher and continued alone. Jung developed his own theory … Continue reading Jung Psychology About Religion & Spirituality
Wicca is a neo-religious religion that, despite its widespread and fame, is often misinterpreted. Especially with the actual history and traditions of this new witchcraft is sometimes taken a walk. Even informative websites and encyclopedias sometimes indulge in inaccuracy or repeat uncritically clichés about Wicca and Wiccans. So it’s time to put things right, and … Continue reading Wicca & The New Witchcraft – What You Didn’t Know About It
Jungian psychology originated from the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) was fascinated by our inner world. After working with Freud, he developed his own system for understanding the human psyche, which he himself called analytical psychology. It was primarily intended as a theoretical foundation for the treatment of mental illness. His views have little … Continue reading Jungian Psychology & Jung’s Core Concepts
Synchronicity phenomenon is an extraordinary phenomenon. Many people have experience with it. Something happens that you think “this is special or very special” or “this cannot be a coincidence”. These are events that have a special meaning and that can often give you the feeling that you are on the right track. Synchronicity – (German: … Continue reading What You Need To Know About The Synchronicity Phenomenon
The 7 Hermetic Principles are derived from The Kybalion book, which is a written work based on the occult (secret) hermetic philosophy from ancient Egypt. The founder of this philosophy was Hermes Trismegistus, also called “Hermes the three times greatest” and refers to (the greatest philosopher, king, and priest). He was also the founder of … Continue reading The 7 Hermetic Principles Of The Kybalion
The Kybalion book – free download for our readers only. As I always say, knowledge not only should be shared but must be shared. It is the key and sole purpose of this entire blog, the reason I have created nowg.net is to share all my enormous knowledge in the sphere of Occult, Esoteric and … Continue reading The Kybalion Book Free Download
Occultism & morality are not synonimous, qutee contrary. When it comes to to occultism, many people believe this is an “immoral” practice. Try and ask 10 random people on the street and I believe 9 out of 10 will tell you that people who engage in occult practices are immoral. The root of this misconception … Continue reading Occultism & Morality
7 Hermetic Principles are very simple, here we have listed them brifly and in a very simple form. 1. The principle of mentalism – or the principle of thought. “The universe is a mindset – the universe is mental.” 2. The principle of correspondence – or the principle of conformity or symmetry. “As above, so … Continue reading The 7 Hermetic Principles
When it comes to occultism, there is a lot of mystery, and mainly misunderstanding. People tend to mix all sorts of terms with the occult starting from Black magic, voodoo, ancient Egyptian traditions, tarot cards, fortune telling, fairies, vampires, satanic rituals, animal sacrifice, and the list goes on. As an avid practitioner of the Master … Continue reading What Is Occultism?
The famous Italian astronomer and physicist Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) was trialed and convicted in 1633 for publishing his evidence that supported the Copernican theory that the Earth revolves around the Sun. His research was instantly criticized by the Catholic Church for going against the established scripture that places Earth and not the Sun at the … Continue reading The Death of Galileo
Atelophobia is the fear of not being good enough or imperfection. It is classified as an anxiety disorder that can affect relationships and makes the afflicted person feel like everything they do is wrong. Wikipedia We are not half the person we wish we were. Don’t worry. You can admit it. You secretly wish your … Continue reading How to Live and Cope with Deep Atelphobia