Freemasonry to Wicca, we reveal the occult missue of the hidden science that is the law of attraction and how secret societies and coven groups can manipulate it for destructive means.
Tsimtsum, the hidden face of deity and idolotry within Hasidic Judiasm has re-emerged in the not so well hidden Wicca alters. Revealed and then concealed face of the ein-soph revealed.
Kabbala, Qabballa, Cabbala or sometimes Kabballah with an "H" at the end, it's very hard to find any kind of criterion spelling of the term that collectively covers Jewish Mysticism A Jewish cobbler or shoemaker hard at work is linked esoterically throughout history to that of the Kabbalist The Spellings of Kabballa....sorry, Qabbala... On the … Continue reading Kabbalah, Qabbala or Cabbala, the Wandering Jewish Shoemaker, Enoch, Philippines, Cobblers and Adam Sandler
When Roald Dahl wrote The Witches in 1983, he produced a brilliant work that was less a childrens book, more a horror for adults with a light reskin. Just like other Dahl books that covered modern social themes quite directly (The Twits, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator) inside the veil of a fantasy theme, … Continue reading The Pagan Agenda: Witches everywhere, children as targets, Roald Dahl and Hollywoods Phoenix Agenda
The Green Witch can be great many different things to a multitude of different people in many varied locations across our earth. The Hollywood blueprint for the baddy witch who gets squished in Frank L Baums Wizard of Oz, the traditional Wicca sorcerer of the 1800's and when jammed together and unpluralised the name of … Continue reading Green Witches, Halloween and Hollywood Royalty: Greenwich Village New York
Our central sorcerer, Professor Genessier has good call to have his conscience checked. This misguided plastic surgeon (with more than a few suggestions that he is also partial to Jewish Mystic Witchcraft, Kabbalah), well respected in his field, an authority on the topic of heterograft which is the surgeon craeft (yes, CRAEFT) of successfully transplanting … Continue reading Eyes Without a Face, a Kabbalah Infused Classic involving Facial Transplants
80s cinema has that so sincerity that back in the day, almost all directors could not even consider the idea of special effects andCGI. Movies were rebelling against the hip vibe of 70s and just featured people in daft costumes, going through the paces. There was a crass beauty to it that a lot of … Continue reading Devilish Mickey Rourke: Angel Heart Review