Baal

It is common practice in this world for the winners of war to write their version of history. This is also true when it comes to political, social and religious structures. Once a civilization is conquered, everything about that civilization is replaced, renamed or discredited. All the wars that have been fought on this planet, it is no wonder we can’t remember anything about our history. In this post I will bring back the true meaning of the Deity, Baal. Continue reading “Baal”

Pyramids

Pyramids are all over the world. Why is the pyramid used instead of a different shape? What were the ancients trying to tell us? Most of todays buildings look like stylized pyramids. Ask any architect and they will tell you they just structurally make sense. The ancients didn’t just build pyramids just because the structurally made sense. They were leaving a message. A message that has stood the test of time and has been forgotten. Until now. Continue reading “Pyramids”

Incense

The word incense comes from the Latin ‘ incendere’ meaning “to burn”. Incense has been found in every culture and civilization. Most of incense burning is done for religious purposes, but was also used for medicinal purposes, perfuming an area, time keeping, an aphrodisiac, aesthetic purposes or just any ceremonial purposes. Why is incense so widely used around the world? What is the true purpose of incense? To get the answers we must go to Ancient Egypt. Continue reading “Incense”

Luck

 

Luck is seemingly random events that happen to us all. If the events are good, we see them as good luck. If the events are bad, we see them as bad luck. Witches and Wizards know they create their own luck. They will set intentions, take action and luck happens. When you sit and do nothing, bad luck is normally what you get. Things happen to you instead of making things happen. Continue reading “Luck”

Lilith

Lilith is the biggest enigma known to man. Many women see her as a hero, but only know she was a strong woman with a mind of her own. Patriarch religions see her as a demon. In fact she is quoted as being a dangerous demon of the night, who is sexually wanton and who steals babies in the darkness. Why is it that all women with a strong mind are considered evil or demons or they are just killed and the history covered up like it was with Hypatia? Here is an even greater question. How can any women be a theologian or even belong to these patriarch religions? For those that know my work, this will not come as a surprise. To those just finding my work, get ready to have your world turned upside down. Continue reading “Lilith”