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so why the most malefic planet in astrology Saturn its so important in occult

sorry my english mate Spanish my natural language
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As I mentioned earlier, Saturn is the regulator of boundaries.

Control is all about setting up boundaries.

Saturn has an effect on all life on earth. Of the 7 planets that can be seen from the earth with the naked eye, Saturn is the largest, and has the largest (longest) orbit around the sun. For this reason, it is known as the great challenger. In the Egyptian pantheon it is represented by Set, the brother of Osiris. Setians were the original name of those who revered the qualities of Saturn, who tried to manifest those qualities and draw them out of themselves and out of nature. Setian is the original form of Satan, which simply applies to people who revered the qualities and effects that Saturn has upon the earth---regulation of boundaries, a fancy way of describing what we call "control".
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I guess that explains why the pope has the saturn star or star of david on his funny little dagon fish head hat. I learn something new everyday .
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What is the influence the moon has over us at the day of our birth?

This answer varies according to where I look: I was born in August 23th, am I Leo or Virgo?
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What is the influence the moon has over us at the day of our birth?

This answer varies according to where I look: I was born in August 23th, am I Leo or Virgo?
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The moon relates to the emotional faculty, which is a a primal condition, having it's basis in the R-complex of the brain. Some say this is the most primitive portion of our brain, having been developed before our frontal lobe complexity of dual hemispheres which became necessary later in our evolutionary growth. It is also called the Reptilian brain.

The influence of the moon overall is an interesting concept and one I've studied at length, but it still mystifies me.

I know that at the time of birth, the phase of the moon is just as important as what sign it is in. Do you know your moon sign and it's phase at the time of your birth?

Some things to consider about the moon --we can make tidal calendars and predict tidal patterns solely upon the moon phases. So it is reasonable to conclude that the moon has an effect on water--a highly predictable one at that. This is why it has been said that "lunatics" come out upon the full moon, because emotions run higher at these times, likewise on a full moon a tide will be either extremely high if it is coming in, or extremely low if it is going out.

Since we ourselves are composed of some 80% water, it's reasonable to conclude that the moon has an effect on us, in the same way it affects the tides. Interestingly, the moon cycle corresponds perfectly to the human reproduction cycle--14 days to maturity of an egg to begin ovulation (14 days waxing to a full moon) and then 14 days later, if the egg is not fertilized and menstruation begins and ends, another egg will begin to mature to repeat the cycle. Just as the moon is a 28 day cycle, so goes the human female reproductive cycle. The Egyptians understood this very well, as their cosmology corresponds to the lunar cycle through the story of Isis and her sister Nepthys going to find the 14 dismembered parts of Osiris' body. Upon finding all the pieces she uses the 14th "select" piece to immaculately conceive a son, Heru (Horus).

Ancient calendars, like the coptic, Egyptian, Native American, and even the Mayan calendar depict a year composed of 13 months consisting of 28 days apiece. Unfortunately, when the Roman Christians took over, the Gregorian calendar was invented which took away a month, and proceeded to add extra days to months, and even a "leap" year in order to replace the 13 month calendar of the ancients, which was entirely more accurate, and much less confusing. Can you guess why?


As to being born on the "cusp" of Leo and Virgo--we have to remember that the Zodiac is a representation of cycles within cycles. We love to have finite and absolute answers to things so that we can categorize and label ourselves properly in our minds, but the reality is that the signs move in more of an ebb and flow fashion, influences wax and wane as we move out of one sign and into the next. There is no finite ending or beginning, there is only the waning influence of one sign, and the growing influence of another to take it's place. It is a matter of degree. Therefore, rather than calling yourself simply a Virgo or a Leo, understand that yours is a sign moving from fixed fire into mutable earth. That you have the egotistical nature of a Leo under certain conditions, and under others you have the analytical nature more associated with Virgo.

It would be more apt to say you share qualities of both signs, rather than calling yourself one or the other. The way to determine which has more weight for you, is to analyze where other planets are in your chart, for instance, what is your ascendant sign? Which is your moon, Venus and Mars? Most importantly, in terms of communication, where is Mercury in your chart? It's also important to consider the house placements.

Great questions, hope my answers have given you some insight.

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Good thread! I made a thread with some questions but got 0 answers, would love to hear yours:

Yin & Yang = Complementary Forces Interacting to Form a Whole Greater Than Either Separate Part. A Dynamic System.

Taking that into account, answer these from your own perspective:

1. Give me your definition of 'good' & 'evil'.

2. Do you believe breaking the balance between the two, would result in a senseless life experience? Why?

3. If you could, would you take something as 'hate' out of the world, even if that meant feeling 'love' would be gone accordingly? Why?

4. At what point do you think, taking out what we consider the 'evil' of the world, would affect our life experience and make it 'less human'? Why?
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Thank you in advance.
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Thanks!

1. Good and evil are simply a matter of degrees of the relationship between male and female (positive and negative). I do not think in terms of good and evil. I think in terms of balance or the lack thereof between two modalities of male and female.

2. The balance between the two has been broken, and yes, I do think that many people are living a life devoid of meaning, but only due to unawareness of their nature--lack of knowledge of Self, to put it a different way. For instance, we live in a male-dominated society which results in lack of feminine attributes on the whole, namely; compassion, diplomacy, nurturing, intuition, and cooperation. We have substituted these for competition, aggression, war and so-called "intelligence" through the faculty of logic (a left-brain function which is male-oriented). I think it's safe to say that as a society, we have lost almost half of our identity as a result. Women do not act as women very often these days, and this has been ongoing for some time.

3.No, I would not compete with nature, it is a fail strategy to try and perfect upon nature's design. I would however, like to facilitate a way for people to understand themselves better in context to that natural design.

4.Since I don't think in terms of good and evil, I can't really say. But if we were to take away our ignorance of our natural composition, which has been substituted for an inherited version of what and who we are, by controlling regimes that have long been in existence for many generations, I think the world would change drastically, practically overnight. I think becoming aware of out natural design would not make us less human, but less inclined to continue to believe what we have been told it is to be human.

I believe we live in a scientific oligarchy, and have been systemically and generationally conditioned to believe many things about ourselves as humans, that are simply not true. The only place we can find that truth is in accordance with nature, without which, we would not exist regardless of our state of identity. misplaced or otherwise.


Thank you for the insightful questions, they are much appreciated. I love this kind of discussion.


hf
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Is there any occult connection between Moloch and owls?

Anything except bohemian grove stuff.

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Interesting thread!

My question is - how are musicians using the occult to produce masterpieces?
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Is there any occult connection between Moloch and owls?

Anything except bohemian grove stuff.

Thank you.
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Originally, Moloch was a bull-headed deity of child sacrifice.

I abhor anything to do with the suffering of a child, so I'm sorry but I'm going to have to leave you to find the answers to this question alone.

I will say this, however--the owl was revered by some as a creature that could see 360 degrees in darkness, so it is a creature that was considered to be proficient at navigating in secrecy. As a bird of prey, some still revere the owl for this reason--because they operate in secrecy as predators.

In some African and Middle Eastern traditions, the owl is considered a bad omen of death.

In almost all Native American, Mayan and Aztec traditions, the owl is considered a harbinger of death. The Sioux believe the owl consumes the souls of the dead, particularly children, and they still tell stories to children based upon this belief. Sort of like the boogeyman stories--if you're bad the owl will come and eat your soul.

In the modern West, the owl is a symbol of wisdom and knowledge, but historically, it has always been seen as a bad omen and bringer of death in ancient cultures.
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Interesting thread!

My question is - how are musicians using the occult to produce masterpieces?
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All of art: music, dance, sculpture, etc. is a form of occult practice. This is because it has an effect on the subconscious mind.

Today, musicians who create what are considered to be "masterpieces" are aware and cognizant of this fact. It can be easily seen in the lyrics of songs, and in music videos, as well as movies, poems, etc.

The idea is to engage the audience emotionally. Emotional states are states of trance--they change your brainwave patterns, which in turn changes your ratio of respiration to heartbeat. This has a direct effect on your thinking and state of mind. Different brainwave states allow for subliminal messages to embed in your subconscious mind more effectively. In other words, they make your subconscious mind more receptive--meaning, it makes you easier to brainwash.

It is a reasonable assumption to assert that every "star" musician today, (and many of the past) are educated and practiced in the occult. But please understand, the occult doesn't necessarily mean Satanism.
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Is there any occult connection between Moloch and owls?

Anything except bohemian grove stuff.

Thank you.
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Originally, Moloch was a bull-headed deity of child sacrifice.

I abhor anything to do with the suffering of a child, so I'm sorry but I'm going to have to leave you to find the answers to this question alone.

I will say this, however--the owl was revered by some as a creature that could see 360 degrees in darkness, so it is a creature that was considered to be proficient at navigating in secrecy. As a bird of prey, some still revere the owl for this reason--because they operate in secrecy as predators.

In some African and Middle Eastern traditions, the owl is considered a bad omen of death.

In almost all Native American, Mayan and Aztec traditions, the owl is considered a harbinger of death. The Sioux believe the owl consumes the souls of the dead, particularly children, and they still tell stories to children based upon this belief. Sort of like the boogeyman stories--if you're bad the owl will come and eat your soul.

In the modern West, the owl is a symbol of wisdom and knowledge, but historically, it has always been seen as a bad omen and bringer of death in ancient cultures.
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Do you know what sort of magick is accomplished by child sacrifice?
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Thank you for the answers, very interesting.
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Click on this link it has another thorough explanation of the 9 code and it is one of the keys to the universe. If it doesn't hyperlink copy and paste a little long but well worth the read IMHO

[link to rickzepeda.hubpages.com]
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Is there any occult connection between Moloch and owls?

Anything except bohemian grove stuff.

Thank you.
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Originally, Moloch was a bull-headed deity of child sacrifice.

I abhor anything to do with the suffering of a child, so I'm sorry but I'm going to have to leave you to find the answers to this question alone.

I will say this, however--the owl was revered by some as a creature that could see 360 degrees in darkness, so it is a creature that was considered to be proficient at navigating in secrecy. As a bird of prey, some still revere the owl for this reason--because they operate in secrecy as predators.

In some African and Middle Eastern traditions, the owl is considered a bad omen of death.

In almost all Native American, Mayan and Aztec traditions, the owl is considered a harbinger of death. The Sioux believe the owl consumes the souls of the dead, particularly children, and they still tell stories to children based upon this belief. Sort of like the boogeyman stories--if you're bad the owl will come and eat your soul.

In the modern West, the owl is a symbol of wisdom and knowledge, but historically, it has always been seen as a bad omen and bringer of death in ancient cultures.
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Do you know what sort of magick is accomplished by child sacrifice?
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No, I find the entire notion to be very offputting. I could speculate, but the topic is distasteful.
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Is there any occult connection between Moloch and owls?

Anything except bohemian grove stuff.

Thank you.
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Originally, Moloch was a bull-headed deity of child sacrifice.

I abhor anything to do with the suffering of a child, so I'm sorry but I'm going to have to leave you to find the answers to this question alone.

I will say this, however--the owl was revered by some as a creature that could see 360 degrees in darkness, so it is a creature that was considered to be proficient at navigating in secrecy. As a bird of prey, some still revere the owl for this reason--because they operate in secrecy as predators.

In some African and Middle Eastern traditions, the owl is considered a bad omen of death.

In almost all Native American, Mayan and Aztec traditions, the owl is considered a harbinger of death. The Sioux believe the owl consumes the souls of the dead, particularly children, and they still tell stories to children based upon this belief. Sort of like the boogeyman stories--if you're bad the owl will come and eat your soul.

In the modern West, the owl is a symbol of wisdom and knowledge, but historically, it has always been seen as a bad omen and bringer of death in ancient cultures.
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Do you know what sort of magick is accomplished by child sacrifice?
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What's that story about a king sending his men to kill all children being born because he'd heard that a new king was coming???

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Is there any occult connection between Moloch and owls?

Anything except bohemian grove stuff.

Thank you.
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Originally, Moloch was a bull-headed deity of child sacrifice.

I abhor anything to do with the suffering of a child, so I'm sorry but I'm going to have to leave you to find the answers to this question alone.

I will say this, however--the owl was revered by some as a creature that could see 360 degrees in darkness, so it is a creature that was considered to be proficient at navigating in secrecy. As a bird of prey, some still revere the owl for this reason--because they operate in secrecy as predators.

In some African and Middle Eastern traditions, the owl is considered a bad omen of death.

In almost all Native American, Mayan and Aztec traditions, the owl is considered a harbinger of death. The Sioux believe the owl consumes the souls of the dead, particularly children, and they still tell stories to children based upon this belief. Sort of like the boogeyman stories--if you're bad the owl will come and eat your soul.

In the modern West, the owl is a symbol of wisdom and knowledge, but historically, it has always been seen as a bad omen and bringer of death in ancient cultures.
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Do you know what sort of magick is accomplished by child sacrifice?
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What's that story about a king sending his men to kill all children being born because he'd heard that a new king was coming???

smile_kiss
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lol Well played.
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I'm not entirely sure if you can answer this - I'm seeking some answers to some things I've uncovered in my grandfather's estate. I didn't know him and my father never let me see him, but says he was into some "sick s****" I've found quite a few strange things in his house that I am curious as to what they are and - if they are something from the occult - what they are for. Either that or if my grandfather was just a really weird and creepy fella. Do you think you'd be able to help me with this or know someone who could?
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3, 6, and 9 also relate to the structure of reality. Reality is a hologram, in which is created through what are essentially "laser" like structures, which are grouped together in 3's, 6's, and 9's.

Holograms are created through the usage of bathing a 2-dimensional image, with laser light, which in turn produces a 3-dimensional structure/image. However, our "reality" is created through the "lasers" actually creating the 2-dimensional image, while simultaneously "bathing" this image in "lasers", to create the 3-dimensional structure.

I think that this is what could possibly explain radioactivity, in that the intersections which create radioactive elements, are not exactly even/identical. Thus, with each "laser" not being exactly terminated to another, you could get what could be considered "ricochets", which would thus essentially be radiant energy.
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what is the deal with the star Sirius? and
why does the occult hate the north? am i understanding that right?
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Would you mind explaining the quotes of Tesla regarding 3,6,9 and magnetism?

Thanks


Great thread

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I'm not entirely sure if you can answer this - I'm seeking some answers to some things I've uncovered in my grandfather's estate. I didn't know him and my father never let me see him, but says he was into some "sick s****" I've found quite a few strange things in his house that I am curious as to what they are and - if they are something from the occult - what they are for. Either that or if my grandfather was just a really weird and creepy fella. Do you think you'd be able to help me with this or know someone who could?
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I can give it a shot--what is the question?
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I'm digging this thread. Very informative. I didn't know the thing about the cats or the black and red being related to saturn...
"We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time." - T. S. Eliot
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Anyone else with a question?

I hope I didn't miss anyone.

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