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Deleted from Wikipedia - Michael Tsarion (deleted 25 May 2008 at 11:12) - Deletionpedia. From Deletionpedia Metric 0.67375812167307 Michael Tsarion was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland and is an author , public speaker , conspiracy theorist , and historian whose topics include religion , symbolism , sidereal astrology , mythology , the occult , and Atlantis .

Deleted from Wikipedia - Michael Tsarion (deleted 25 May 2008 at 11:12) - Deletionpedia

History Michael Tsarion is a controversial alternative historian and wrongly affiliated with the Paul Solomon Foundation of Virginia [1] and has taught Indigo children at the New Age Academy in Berkeley, California . [1] He is a friend of fellow occult researcher Jordan Maxwell who has commended him publicly for his "true spiritual understanding". [2] Work Program 1: Atlantis, Alien Visitation & Genetic Manipulation Program 2: 2012: Where History Ends Program 3: Divination & the Goddess Tradition Program 4: Weapons of Mass Deception: Behind the New World Order Program 5: Astro-Theology & Sidereal Mythology Program 6: The Subversive Use of Sacred Symbolism in the Media Tsarion also mentions J.R.R.

Media Appearances See also. Vishnu - Eric Allen Bell. Bhagavad Gita - Eric Allen Bell. Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa. Life[edit] Agrippa was born in Cologne on 15 September 1486. In 1512, he taught at the University of Dole in the Free County of Burgundy, lecturing on Johann Reuchlin's De verbo mirifico; as a result, Agrippa was denounced, behind his back, as a "Judaizing heretic". Agrippa's vitriolic response many months later did not endear him to the University. Isaac Bonewits. Early life and education[edit] Personal life[edit] Bonewits' only child, Arthur Shaffrey Lipp-Bonewits, was born to Deborah Lipp in 1990.[2] Career[edit] Early years[edit] Isaac Bonewits (right) at Camp Ramblewood.

Isaac Bonewits

Translate. Authentic Thaumaturgy: The Laws of Magic. Here’s an excerpt from the Second Edition of Authentic Thaumaturgy, my book on magic and religion for players of fantasy games such as Advanced Dungeons & Dragons®, G.U.R.P.S.®, and Magic: The Gathering®, etc.

Authentic Thaumaturgy: The Laws of Magic

“A.T.” is published by Steve Jackson Games and is available from them, from, or from your local game store. Those of you already familiar with my discussion of the Laws of Magic in my first book, Real Magic, may find the new material here (especially the new version of the chart) interesting. The Nature of these Laws and vice versa We are now ready to go into a description of the basic ways in which magical phenomena seem to behave. Karla LaVey. Karla Maritza LaVey (born 1952) was a High Priestess of the Church of Satan.

Karla LaVey

Biography[edit] She is the daughter of Carole Lansing and Anton LaVey, former High Priestess of the Church of Satan, and current Founder of the First Satanic Church. She has two half siblings, Zeena Schreck and Satan Xerxes Carnacki LaVey. She founded the First Satanic Church headquartered in San Francisco in 1999, which carries on her father's legacy. Zeena Schreck. Zeena LaVey. Zeena Schreck, (born Zeena Galatea LaVey, November 19, 1963) is an American artist, musician, author, animal rights activist, Tantric Buddhist, and the spiritual leader of the Sethian Liberation Movement (SLM), which she founded in 2002.

Zeena LaVey

Early years and personal life[edit] Zeena Schreck was born in San Francisco, California to Anton LaVey (April 11, 1930 – October 29, 1997), and Diane Hegarty (b. July 10, 1942- ), co-founders of the Church of Satan. On May 23, 1967, three year old Zeena had the first and most highly publicized Satanic baptism in history performed by her father.[4][5] The ceremony garnered world-wide publicity with a reenactment of the ceremony recorded for The Satanic Mass LP.[6][7] Hexagram. Aiwass. Aiwass is the name given to a voice that English occultist Aleister Crowley claimed to have heard on April 8, 9, and 10 in 1904.


The Greater Ritual of the Unicursal Hexagram Invoking Saturn. Unicursal Hexagram. The unicursal hexagram is so-called because it can be drawn in one continuous movement.

Unicursal Hexagram

The triangles are also often used to represent opposites such as fire and water or male and female, so the unifying of the symbol into one represents the union of opposites. This is also significant in ritual magick, where a continuous line is preferred to an interrupted movement. The symbol was devised by the Golden Dawn, and later adapted by Aleister Crowley. It has become an identifying symbol for a wide array of neo-pagans. The Unicursal Hexagram. Solid unicursal hexagram.svg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Cancel Edit Delete Preview revert Text of the note (may include Wiki markup) Could not save your note (edit conflict or other problem).

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After an unsuccessful attempt to climb Kanchenjunga and a visit to India and China, Crowley returned to Britain, where he attracted attention as a prolific author of poetry, novels, and occult literature.

Aleister Crowley

In 1907, he and George Cecil Jones co-founded a Thelemite order, the A∴A∴, through which they propagated the religion. Abbey of Thelema. Abbey of Thelema, 2004 The Abbey of Thelema refers to a small house which was used as a temple and spiritual centre founded by Aleister Crowley and Leah Hirsig in Cefalù, Sicily in 1920.[1] Crowley had planned to transform the small house into a global center of magical devotion and perhaps to gain tuition fees paid by acolytes seeking training in the Magical Arts; these fees would further assist him in his efforts to promulgate Thelema and publish his manuscripts.

Abbey of Thelema

[citation needed] Two women, Hirsig and Shumway (her magical name was Sister Cypris after Aphrodite), both became pregnant by Crowley at the Abbey. Hirsig had a miscarriage, but Shumway gave birth to a daughter (11/12/20), Astarte Lulu Panthea. Raoul Loveday[edit] In 1923, a 23-year-old Oxford undergraduate by the name of Raoul Loveday (or Frederick Charles Loveday) died at the Abbey. Current status and popular culture[edit] Thelema. The word thelema is the English transliteration of the Koine Greek noun θέλημα (pronounced [θélima]) "will", from the verb θέλω "to will, wish, purpose. " As Crowley developed the religion, he wrote widely on the topic, producing what are collectively termed the Holy Books of Thelema. He also included ideas from occultism, Yoga and both Eastern and Western mysticism, especially the Qabalah.[8] Historical precedents[edit] Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.

The three founders, William Robert Woodman, William Wynn Westcott, and Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers were Freemasons and members of Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia (S.R.I.A.).[5] Westcott appears to have been the initial driving force behind the establishment of the Golden Dawn. The Golden Dawn system was based on hierarchy and initiation like the Masonic Lodges; however women were admitted on an equal basis with men. Haunted house websites, Graphic Designer, Horror art, halloween artwork - Rogues Hollow Productions.

Jason Beam - Graphic Design Photography Illustration and Dark Art Since 1995. Peter Mihaichuk » Gallery. Paradise Lost. The poem concerns the Biblical story of the Fall of Man: the temptation of Adam and Eve by the fallen angel Satan and their expulsion from the Garden of Eden. Milton's purpose, stated in Book I, is to "justify the ways of God to men".[5] Synopsis[edit] The poem is separated into twelve "books" or sections, the lengths of which vary greatly (the longest is Book IX, with 1,189 lines, and the shortest Book VII, with 640). The Arguments at the head of each book were added in subsequent imprints of the first edition. Originally published in ten books, a fully "Revised and Augmented" edition reorganized into twelve books was issued in 1674, and this is the edition generally used today.