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Red Mistica – Esoterismo, Metafisica y Profesias mayas | Sitio web dedicado al esoterismo, la metafisica, el conocimiento de la magia y los angeles. MITOLOGIA. Osculum infame. Osculum infame is the name of a witch’s supposed ritual greeting upon meeting with the Devil. The name means The Shameful Kiss, or The Kiss of Shame since it involved kissing the devil's anus, his other mouth. According to folklore, it was this kiss that allowed the Devil to seduce women. The Kiss of Shame[edit] According to the allegations, witches would give the kiss of shame at the beginning of the sabbat, after the Devil had read the names of his followers.

They would approach him by crawling or walking backwards, turn, bow and kiss his posterior. Sometimes, it was said,[by whom?] Generally considered to be an act of homage, or respect, the North Berwick Witch Trials of Scotland in the 16th century held that the kiss was an act of penance issued from the Devil. Belief held that the Devil demanded the kiss of shame in forms other than human, including rams, black cats, and toads. See also[edit] References[edit] Voodoo/ Santeria - The Pumpkin and the Cauldron. NEW Wooden Handmade and Blessed Voodoo Veve Altar Tiles Papa Legba Veve Altar Tile $10.00 Baron Samedi Veve Altar Tile $10.00 Marie Laveau: Voodoo Queen of New Or'leans Veve Altar Tile $10.00 Four Thieves Vinegar: A potent vinegar to drive your enemies away.

Smear the Vinegar Oil on the enemy's doorknob where it is sure to be touched. Also, when mixed one (1) part vinegar with three (3) parts water & then used to wash yourself down head-to-toe, it removes negative vibrations & has an astral cleansing effect. 4oz $3.95 Anna Riva's Voodoo Ritual Powder: To appease any spirits who may be trying to interfere with your objectives, mix a bit with whichever incense is being used and burn. 1/2 oz in clear plastic jar $3.50 Anna Riva's French Love Powder: 1/2oz (14g) Clear Plastic Jar (Unscented) Keep some in the drawer with undergarments, and use on the neck to entice, fascinate and bewitch a lover. $3.50 Anna Riva's Damnation water: Used to send evil back or for revenge.

Green: Money Pink: Love. Eshu. Elegua (also spelled as Eleguá, Eleggua, or Ellegua) is an Orisha in the Yorùbá religion and related New World traditions. He is associated with "opening the ways", or crossroads. Often depicted as a child, he is playful, and both a trickster and a strategist amongst the divinities. Practitioners often have a clay head with cowrie shells for eyes and mouth, as a representation of Elegua, which receives offerings and protects in return. Santería practitioners often have an Elegua head behind their front door as he protects the entry way and prevents harm from entering the home. Receiving a consecrated Elegua head is part of the Santería initiation known as Los Guerreros (the Warriors). Elegua likes candy and coconut as offerings. In the Ifá tradition practiced by the Babalawo, Elegua is used to open the way for the of prophesy Orunmila. Zodiac. One interesting tangent I’ve gone on lately is traversing Chronicling America for historic astrological predictions to see if they came true or not.

I chose this article because it included an “Astrological War Map of the United States” (below) related to the Spanish-American War. On February 15, 1898, less than two months before this article was originally published, the U.S.S. Maine mysteriously blew up in the Havana harbor. Most historians consider it to be the beginning of the hostilities, while many others contend that the U.S.S. The oldest of sciences is probably astrology. Solomon did not consider himself too wise to learn from the astrologers, and David owed his escape from Saul, at the time when the latter was coming to besieger him in Keilal, to their advice.

So much for the past of astrology. It certainly is not without its devotees. Astor, for this is the astrologer’s name, does not look like an exponent of ancient occultism. DIOS.COM.AR-Home- Papa Legba. A younger depiction of the Vodou loa Papa Legba. Shown with his traditional keys, walking stick, and dogs at a crossroads. Legba figure in the Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam. This Legba figure is missing his knife or walking-stick. He normally wears a hat and not horns. In Haitian Vodou, Papa Legba is the loa who serves as the intermediary between the loa and humanity. Position[edit] He is always the first and last spirit invoked in any ceremony, because his permission is needed for any communication between mortals and the loa—he opens and closes the doorway.[1] In Haiti, he is the great elocution, the voice of God, as it were. Appearance[edit] He usually appears as an old man on a crutch or with a cane, wearing a broad brimmed straw hat and smoking a pipe, or sprinkling water.

Alternative views[edit] In Benin and Nigeria, Legba is viewed as young and virile, is often horned and phallic, and his shrine is usually located at the gate of the village in the countryside. In popular culture[edit] Deal with the Devil. Written deal Overview[edit] The pact can be oral or written. An oral pact is made by means of invocations, conjurations, or rituals to attract the demon; once the conjurer thinks the demon is present, he/she asks for the wanted favour and offers his/her soul in exchange, and no evidence is left of the pact; but according to some witch trials and inquisitions that were performed, even the oral pact left evidence, namely the diabolical mark, an indelible mark where the marked person had been touched by the Devil to seal the pact. The mark could be used as a proof to determine that the pact was made. These acts were presented often as a proof of diabolical pacts, though critics claim there is no proof of whether they were authentic, written by insane persons believing they were actually dealing with a demon, or just were fake acts presented by the tribunals of the Inquisition.

The Malleus Maleficarum discusses several alleged instances of pacts with the Devil, especially concerning women. Ouija board - The Skeptic's Dictionary.