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    Scientific Occultism

    Occultism & Morality

    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 lies in the fact that many people mistake black magic and satanic practices with occult and esoteric traditions, philosophies and wisdoms. However, if you read my previous blog post you already know the difference between the account the esoteric and the satanic practices. And since you are an educated reader now we can take it one step further and discuss morality which is…

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    Hermetic Principles

    The 7 Hermetic Principles

    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 below. As below, so above. ” 3. The principle of vibration– or the principle of frequencies. “Nothing is at peace, everything is moving. Everything vibrates.” 4. The principle of polarity- or the principle of contradictions. “Everything is dual. Everything has poles .Everything has a pair of opposites. Sympathy and antipathy are the same (same emotions, but different degrees. The nature of the opposites is identical, but there are degrees of differences. Extremes meet.…

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    Scientific Occultism

    What Is Occultism?

    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 Key System and the modern (scientific) occultism, it honestly frustrates me to see people in complete ignorance of the natural laws, which are governing our universe, and therefore, spending their entire life in a dark dungeon of emotional slavery, living from paycheck to paycheck, and seeking entertainment in the shallow outside world. I believe you…

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    Personal Growth

    The Death of Galileo

    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 center of the universe. Galileo was found “vehemently suspect of heresy” for his heliocentric views and was required to “abjure, curse and detest” his opinions. He was sentenced to house arrest, where he remained for the rest of his life and his offending texts were banned. What can we learn from this piece of history?…

  • Atelophobia is defined as the fear of not doing something right or the fear of not being good enough. In other words, it's a fear of imperfection.
    Depression,  Personal Growth,  Stress

    How to Live and Cope with Deep Atelphobia

    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. We are not half the person we wish we were. Don’t worry. You can admit it. You secretly wish your were more than just a waste of space in debt. I thought that my life was crap, because I always I felt I wasn’t enough. Just like this, “I am not enough” is the sentence I used to repeat to myself, until it was encoded in my DNA. I honestly believed in the uniqueness of my…

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