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Seven Hermetic Concepts


𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝘄𝗼𝗿𝗹𝗱 𝗶𝘀 𝗮 𝗹𝗶𝘃𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗯𝗲𝗶𝗻𝗴: To the Hermeticists, all of the world, including rocks and streams, is alive and possesses a soul. The physical world was believed to be made of four physical elements: earth, air, fire, and water.

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There is a legend that says “Whistling inside the house is not recommended after 12:00AM, because at this time, the dogs of hell and darkness hear the sound of the whistle and manage to get closer to the whistling person.

People who whistle while show

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The Nisse


In Norway and Denmark the little creature called The Nisse is deeply ingrained in winter solstice and Yule traditions. The legends of the nisse dates back to ancient pre-Christian times, even before the Vikings, and is a treasured part of fo

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25 different faes


25+ Types Of Fairies (Types Of Fae) From A-Z




When you first become interested in the fae, it can be a bit overwhelming. There are so many types of fairies and types of fae. Where to begin?

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Magick of intuition


It is my opinion that we all have this little voice in the back of our mind we often refer to as intuition. So, what is intuition? I believe it is that occasional gut feeling we get or the little voice in the back of our mind that w

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Saint Death

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Rebecca M. Bender, PhDAssociate Professor of Spanish Literature and Culture

Santa Muerte, the Alluring and Controversial Folk Saint of Death

While the Virgin of Guadalupe is perhaps the most iconic and ubiquitous of Mexican Catholic imagery, Santa

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What is dark paganism?

There are some who find comfort in the shadows,
Who strive to comprehend the mysteries,
Who find solace in the silence of a winter night,
Who sing softly to the crone.

We are the Dark Pagans, children of the Dark Mother.

So often darkness is associated

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Lilith arch type

“The Lilith archetype In ancient texts we are told Lilith was the first woman created, and that she was banished from the garden of Eden because she refused to submit to her husband Adam. The story surrounding this tale has been interpreted many time

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Hel (Old Norse Hel, “Hidden”) is a giantess and/or goddess who rules over the identically-named Hel, the underworld where many of the dead dwell. Her name’s meaning of “Hidden” surely has to do with the underworld and the dead being “hidden” or burie

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