The Witchcraft of Grammar
Although you may be a skeptic concerning the occult, the history of grammar offers a clue to the very real power of magical symbols and words. The word ‘grammar’ has its roots in the Latin words ‘grammatica’ and ‘gramma’ which mean a written mark or letter. When the word arrived in English in the14th century, a new word emerged alongside it: ‘grammary’, meaning occult learning and necromancy. This led to the word ‘glamour’ which originally meant ‘enchantment’…Continue
What is the Divine Feminine?
This question cannot be answered directly as if the Divine Feminine were simply a piece of information. But neither can it be answered with allusions to personal experiences and ‘intuitions’ backed up by the unassailable but unconvincing ‘if you haven’t experienced it then you can’t understand’. Presented here, in a series of 4 propositions, is what I have learned from the Priory of Sion about the Divine Feminine. These propositions…Continue
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