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Algernon Joy and His Useless Doppelgänger

“When I was a kid I worried that when I woke up, I’d find my family having breakfast with my doppelgänger. We would fight to the death, and then my family would peacefully finish breakfast” … 1,094 more words

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Daughter's of Lilith

On FB, me sister’s group is back active again. I changed the format of how I was doing classes, and decided to do them bi monthly. 382 more words

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Daniel Defoe’s Insufficiently Haunted Planet

“In the main, ghosts are said to be forlorn and generally miserable, if not downright depressed. The jolly ghost is rare” – Dick Cavett

If there is life after death, why aren’t we overrun with disgruntled ghosts of the dearly and not-so-dearly departed?  1,688 more words

Anthropology

Beware Ghosts Bearing Gifts: Ezekiel Grosse and the Curse of the Rosewarne Gold

“Lawyers Are: A learned gentleman who rescues your estate from your enemies and keeps it himself” – Henry Brougham

Rosewarne Wollas (“Lower” in Cornish) was a manor house in rugged, coastal Cornwall built in 1225, and housed many generations of the aristocratic De Rosewarne family, until the reign of James I (1566-1625), right about the time of the unification of the Scottish and English crowns. 1,561 more words

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 What’s the Market Value of the Devil?

“The difference between successful people and really successful people is that really successful people say no to almost everything” – Warren Buffet

Historically, a lot of folks have tried to sell their soul to the devil.  1,135 more words

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Workings and Wakings: Is there a difference?

Over the past few years I have just personally noticed that people say that they don’t do path workings or walkings , and that they always just work with their Deity of choice. 392 more words

Rituals, Workings And All My Thinking's On The Occult

Astral Projection for the Discriminating Dog

“The dog has seldom been successful in pulling man up to its level of sagacity, but man has frequently dragged the dog down to his” 690 more words

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