REPORT ABUSIVE REPLY
The Illuminati was made a offer they couldn't refuse.
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 41346519 Quoting: Loki's Magus
wisdom is speaking through silence. Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40499573
Something is speaking through silence for real, but it is not wisdom. I refuse to live in fear, and this troll who is threatening to kill people with magick if they post here does not scare me in any way whatsoever.
Don't let him scare you either. This is not the first person to try to kill me with magick, and it won't be the last. There's nothing to be afraid of. Post away, people.
Here is wisdom.The book of Proverbs, the book of Psalms, amongst other scripture. You practice magic, magik or majik etc, you are not in control , nor ever have been.
'Magic' is a word.
What do you think 'prayer' is?
Quoting: Seer777 Quoting: ~Angels~ Quoting: Seer777
I just returned from seeing my nephew baptized in a Catholic Church.
It was the first time I had been inside of a church in...? 10 years I think.I couldn't get over how ritualized the 'Mass' was and the baptism as well.
I saw many aspect of what some would call 'ritualized magic' being performed for the congregation without them being the wiser. I found this a bit odd being that 'Magic' in all its aspects is generally frowned upon and considered a DO NOT DO, for many Christians. Perhaps the Catholics are different in that way. I don't know.
Also found some interesting symbolism.
There was a little golden arched door in the wall below the stained-glass window. On it was the Holy Grail or 'vessel' and sitting within the grail was the Sun.
Inside the door was the vessels for the Eucharist.
I find it interesting how this symbolism are under everyone's nose, and no one seems to notice.
There was also a painting of a Saint. He was dressed in a robe separated in black and white.
Black of the left.
White on the right.
That's interesting Seer. I haven't been to a church in years myself as well. Its amazing how some can not see what is going on right in front of their eyes. Seeing as you know so much about these subjects you must have been thinking what the hell the whole time lol
The whole thing was quite intriguing to me. Both of the priests were very over weight(no offense to heavy people) but I couldn't help but ponder on the Sin of Gluttony.
One of the 7 Deadly.
Both seemed kind and had good energy but I could tell they knew I was analyzing them. I couldn't help it. Was quite fascinating.
The ritual over the Eucharist took almost 10 minutes of song and prayer then a loose explanation how they are not 'magicians' and it is the BELIEF the Christ does it for them.
On another note, the bowing to the books and the crucified Jesus seemed strange to me being that,
"Thou shalt have none other gods before ME"
rang in my ears. I understand the symbolism in it but bowing to the 'image' seemed a bit much.
Jesus taught us to love our neighbor. How to live. How to BE.
I don't think he would want worship the way his image is now used.
Jesus spoke often his love and devotion to the 'Father'.
It is HE it seems who desires the worship.
Just some musings...
I hope I haven't offended anyone.
Please verify you're human:
Reason for reporting: