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What is the best book to learn about the occult?

 
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08/01/2013 04:28 PM
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The real esoteric shit you learn it from somebody. Books you can buy are exoteric information. Due to karma recommending a book that can affect your consciousness is to much responsibility. Be sincere n you will find what you seek for your development.
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08/01/2013 04:42 PM

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That's because most people don't use critical thinking. There is no point in trying to explain how things really are to most people, because they already have their mind made up. I suppose that is the reason for knowledge that "is meant only for certain people" or that "must be kept hidden"

By the way, I thought you were an athiest? Perhaps I am wrong, but I seem to remember reading a post or two of yours that suggested that.

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Not certain which posts you are referring to but I do not identify with 'atheism'. I just do not subscribe to the commonly accepted conceptualizations of the term 'God' - as an externalized, personified deity/entity with human-like traits/characteristics that exists somewhere else and separate from all of creation.

My thoughts/feelings/beliefs would probably align more closely with some ideas found in deism, pantheism, pandeism, etc - although I do not identify exclusively with those schools of thought or claim those labels/titles. I am very spiritually-minded and prefer to explore/consider various schools of thought and I will choose to relate to that which resonates or speaks to my heart. I guess with some people (not suggesting you here) if you do not accept their version or conceptualization of the term 'God' - then they are likely to perceive of you or label you as an atheist. In fact I've run into that quite a bit on here.

I do not read texts about the 'occult' that individuals often refeernce, but I just wanted to comment above about about the psychological reaction to the term as it relates to many individuals' perception of it. My interests are studying the nature of consciousness & the human mind, emotions, transpersonal psychology, and exploring ideas about the nature of this 'reality' (quantum theory, holographic universe theory, etc).

peace
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Fair enough. By 'athiest' I was just referring to one who does not believe in intelligent design, but rather that our universe is the result of some random 'accident'. I do not 'believe' in G-d, because I have experienced 'He/She/Them' so my experience transcends any belief. If others do not subscribe to that, it is of no bother to me, people can believe anything they want to believe.

I did assume that you were somewhat versed in occult texts by your above post, but now I see that you are well versed in critical thinking and common sense. I see also that your interests coincide with my own, and I apologize for delving into a discussion of 'labels'.
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please don't take offence but i detect a somewhat haughty tone of your posts.

do you believe yourself to be some kind of ascended master by any chance?
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Lol. I did ascend my front porch steps earlier, and I have done it so much that, in fact, I am now a master of said ascension. Does that count?

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