Imbolc (pronounced em-bowlk) was essentially a torch-light festival to celebrate the coming of springtime. Imbolc is usually on February 2 and is associated with Persephone and various other goddesses of fire such as Vesta, along with Brigid, the goddess of fire and inspiration. Continue reading “Happy Imbolc”
If you look at mainstream research you see that Venus is the Roman Goddess of love beauty, desire, sex, and fertility. Venus is the goddess of love, but because the Roman and Greek civilizations were patriarch they make her out to be the goddess of beauty, desire, sex and fertility. That is what patriarch minds think love is and most still see it that way today. Venus is like all other goddesses, she is a version of Isis. Continue reading “Venus”
In my latest research I have come to certain conclusions and started a new theory. I have always said that we are a species with amnesia and now I think I have stumbled on why. This theory explains the reason why we as a species have a bad memory. I believe our memory loss is because of the written word. Continue reading “The Word”
The Ugly Duckling is a beautiful story. Most people look at this story and think it’s about someone who just wants to fit in. A story of someone who looks and acts different, so everyone makes fun of them. That is the story for the masses, as you will see this is a story of enlightenment. Continue reading “The Ugly Duckling”
When most people hear about mummies and they immediately think of Egypt, but mummies have been found on every continent. All over the world we have yet another common practice that happened in every ancient culture. What knowledge about mummies has been lost? What were the ancients doing preserving people and then wrapping cloth over their bodies? To answer these questions and more you have to realize that the word death has been grossly misused on this planet. Continue reading “Mummies”
I have not done a movie in a while and this one is full of so much symbolism. People that have followed my work will know exactly what the Dragon symbolizes. This story puts a few different spins on what the dragon represents. Spoiler alert. If you have not seen this wonderful movie and plan on seeing it, don’t go any further. This movie is full of Disney occult magic. Continue reading “Pete’s Dragon”
Everyone starts flipping out about Friday the 13th when it comes around. Does anyone know the true history behind this? This day has to do with the Knights Templars. On Friday October the 13th 1307 King Phillip IV and Pope Clement V rounded up the Templars and charged them with heresy.
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