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  • The Beautiful Side of Evil

    July 24, 2022 by

    Let me tell you about this book I read last week: Described as “An extraordinary story about Johanna’s involvement in the occult and how she learned to distinguish between the beautiful side of evil and the true way of the Lord” I must have seen this book mentioned in another book related to ghosts and… Read more

  • Buddhism – A Short Story

    July 24, 2022 by

    Far from being a short story, this is 150 pages of good Buddhism knowledge. Perhaps that’s nothing when you take into consideration the thousands of books and millions of pages of manuscripts, tantras, and sutras, so well, maybe it’s better not to complain about having to read a book that is actually shorter than 200… Read more

  • Biddy Webinar Notes

    January 15, 2022 by

    I watched a seminar by Brigit Esselmont, creator of Biddy Tarot, and I’ve had the video sitting on my desktop for the longest time, thinking “I will rewatch it and make some notes”. Well, here they are. All the information and credits go to Brigit Esselmont. Why learn how to read the tarot Tarot puts… Read more

  • Developing Supersensible Perception

    November 1, 2021 by

    I listened to a podcast recently (I believe it was an episode of the Occulture podcast) and they were talking about this book and Rudolf Steiner. I decided to read it and see what it was all about. A misleading title First of all, the book is called “Developing Supersensible Perception” but the content does… Read more

  • The Secrets of the Kaula Circle

    September 29, 2021 by

    Part I This short book relates some of the experiences of a woman called Mary de la Mont. She married a Lama in secret, bewitched by his charm and power. She was told by the Lama that he and she had been lovers in previous lives. As man and woman, or vice-versa, they have loved… Read more

  • Misquoting Jesus

    August 30, 2021 by

    I have been studying the Bible with the Jehova’s Witnesses for some years now, and I grew interested in learning about the historical development of the book; particularly I wanted to know whether it was a reliable manuscript or not. In search of these answers, I stumbled upon this book, Misquoting Jesus. What did I… Read more

  • Rudolf Steiner – Occult Significance of Blood

    June 19, 2021 by

    While listening to a podcast about the electromagnetic brain (Earth Ancients – Shelli Joye: The Electromagnetic Brain) I heard again the name of Rudolf Steiner, and I decided to check what bibliography was available online of his. I ended up downloading a few titles, one of which was this piece I’m reviewing here, Occult Significance… Read more

  • Kali Kaula

    March 14, 2021 by

    Here’s a book I read last month which turned out to be slightly different from what I expected. Kali Kaula (Jan Fries) What did I expect: You know, the book isn’t half bad. I just was expecting some more…crude? Perhaps more like an “Initiation into Hermetics” of Tantra. Instead, it turned out to be more… Read more

  • An Interview with Israel Regardie

    January 1, 2021 by

    I’ve known about Regardie for some time, and although I don’t consider myself a very avid reader of his books, I am aware of his close connection to institutions like the Golden Dawn, and Crowley himself. So, I decided to check his “final thoughts” to see what he had come to conclude at the end… Read more

  • Paranormal Powers (rating 3/10)

    August 23, 2020 by

    I don’t even remember how this book ended up in my Kindle library, but the book cover was captivating so I decided to read it. I am pretty sure the picture is fake, the proportions are a bit off. But here are my notes: Introduction. Talk about physics. Quantum mechanics. There isn’t really “matter”, only… Read more

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