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What does Magick and Witchcraft offer that Religion does not?

Some thoughts on the contrasts between magick, witchcraft, occultusm versus right hand path religion, and what each means to the way we live our lives.


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Concious Paranormal Entities VS 'Spirit Recordings' and Residual Energy Imprints

In this video I discuss some of the nuances of hauntings/ paranormal, supernatural activity as I have experienced them.

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My Will : My War

'MY WILL : MY WAR' ᚦᚦᚦ

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This piece turned 5 years old this month. ᚦᚦᚦᚦᚦ

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Prolonged Winter: The Starving Artist

There are seasons of the year just as there are phases of life. The tortured, starving artist is a infantile winter state in which rapid and dramatic internal growth can be achieved, (katabasis, negredo, shadow work.. ) though extreme pain and suffering can be inflicted as the artist is subject to growing pains of having to adapt and evolve so quickly or perish, more often than not to the submissive world of ' normal ' work, such as a coffee shop or a art supply retail chain store. The starving artist state makes or braked an aspiring artist, just as winter often weeds out the weakest. Only in chaos, adversity, in trial, do we create a stimulus for growth.

The phase of the starving artist is so romantic and pure to us in our modern mythology for many reasons. Firstly because there is drama and excitement in the austerity and forced evolution. Secondly, modern man has been led to believe that only through misery and submission can true 'work' exist. Basically, if you enjoy it, it's not work, which might be one of the bleakest and most destructive axioums of this nothing diwngoing kali yuga age. Thirdly, the modern man is confused in his spirit and doesn't understand the value and place of art and artistic pursuits and how it can have any meaningful affect in the modern world of technological advances and smart phones and television screen and the ten thousand other things. And lastly, society is without its shamans or its meaningful aesetic archetypes. The modern man has put the man of aesthetics, often wrongly sometimes rightly into the realm of the aesetic. This infects the aspiring artists mind as well and sentences his future to a frustrating shamed existence of trying to make a living while adhering to a ill-defined ethical and moral code that was unconsciously thrust upon the arts to have a unhealthy relationship with abundance and wealth.
It is true, You must be willing to suffer for your craft, to do the necessary work both inner and outer to become an 'artist', though this certainly does not only apply to the physical arts of drawing and painting ecetera, but really any sort of creative pursuit that breaks the institutional societal norms of what most accept as a ' career ', ' job ', ' occupation '. Any magickal act!

Often times I believe artists get stuck and artificially try to prolong or cling to this starving, famine season of thier artistic journey for its precieved purity, if only often mentally and subconsciously,  manifesting through a bad and ineffective relationship with money. The answer to this can be seen in tantric and zen schools as well as the traditionalism of Evola and Nietzsche l, all of which we can find this idea of living in this world but not being of it, 'Riding the Tiger', 'Surfing the Kali Yuga'  Artists need to but be wise enough to know when it's time to fall into predictable routines, and simulate a sort of womb like  protection from which they can grow over a greater period of time at a slower pace, :f:inding sanctuary where they can refine and do quiet work for a time, introducing more controlled forms of chaos to elicit progression. Both can create different forms of growth and are needed at different points along any artists maturation. We sometimes need a Shakti and sometimes we need Mahakali.

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Algiz: 6 Years of the ongoing Operation

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Today is the sixth anniversary of the beginning of Operation Werewolf. While I wasnt there at the start, we all find our way eventually, at the right time, no sooner. We all must stumble around, searching in the darkness for awhile alone until we develop enough to at the very least find the others who are finding the way. 

Aliester Crowley famously stated in his Book of the Law, 'Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.' And also “Magick is the science and art of causing change to occur in conformity with will.”

Meditating upon the image of the Algiz rune, it appears obviously as one path diverging into three. Finding a current to tap into, such as I found with Operation Werewolf can be electrifying and amplifying for our wills in that we are aligning our willed effort into a feedback system, a crucible of building pressure that perpetually stimulates individual growth with manifests into group growth. The efforts of one when magickally in synch with the tribe, the group, the community, vibrate out and can more powerfully alter the fabric of our reality. Individual operatives function like individual cells within a greater organism, to contribute to the health and :m:ight and le:g:end of not only the sum of the parts, but reciprocated, the individual himself.  

Onward and upward. 92!  

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Penumbra. (And Citadel Ritual photos.)

penumbra. Painting finished through the night.  Completed at about 5am this morning. 

penumbra. Painting finished through the night.  Completed at about 5am this morning. 

created for Operation Werewolf Citadel. Left was created in an altered ritual trance state. Right is a refund version done later on separately.   

created for Operation Werewolf Citadel. Left was created in an altered ritual trance state. Right is a refund version done later on separately.   

What is Thursatru? By Arith Härger

Though I wish he might have mentioned the works of Ekortu such as his Thursakyngi book series which are integral to this path, this is a decent and interesting introduction to the Chaos Gnostic, Thursian path.

Related,  he also did a video regarding Rökkatru. Also worthy of a watch...

Here is a link to information on the works and website of Ekortu which I highly reccomend.  You can also find him on Instagram @Ekortu.  

www.Ekortu.net

Nauseaus Gnostika: Tarot- Death

Thoughts on the Death tarot card and its implications on our lives, how it can be viewed and meditated upon in divination and approached in our personal magickal practices specifically from a pagan and left hand path perspective.