List of occult terms
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That Crystal Sites Guide: Metaphysical Properties and Crystal Meanings
Azeztulite is among the highest vibrations in the Mineral Kingdom. It has been said that it stimulates the three 'ascension points', at the base of the spine, the middle of the abdomen, and the center of the brain. These points are believed to be important for people choosing to consciously enter higher vibrational realms while in the physical body. Azeztulites are stones which have been engineered etherically to carry the energies and communications of a group soul called the' Azez'. According to their channelings, the Azez, who are here in non-physical form, station themselves underground in power spots such as Sedona's Cathedral Rock and California's Mt Shasta, bringing to Earth a positive energy that they call `the nameless light", which assists planets and people in transitioning to higher frequencies.
Pagan Roots of the Trinity Doctrine - What does the Bible say? | BiblicalUnitarian.com
(© Ed Torrence 2002) The Trinity doctrine is not unique to, nor original with, Christianity. It has deep Pagan roots, dating back to at least two centuries BC, and has been prominent in many Eastern religions ever since. The Roman Catholic and Orthodox Church Councils (Western and Eastern churches) brought the Trinity doctrine into Christianity. This occurred before there was a final split between the two over authority. Even those who voted the idea into Roman Catholic dogma declared it was a mystery that had to be accepted by faith. The evolution of this doctrine within Christianity began with The Apostle’s Creed, progressed to the Nicene Creed, and finally culminated in the Athanasian Creed. The Apostle’s Creed which was not written by the Apostles at all, but by the RCC. The Nicene Creed established in 325 AD, was the next step. The Athanasian Creed espouses the Trinitarian concepts of Athanasius, a fourth century theologian. [Used with permission.