I am updating several entries below. I've updated the evocation entry and dropped the 'Under Construction' words in it. Check out any entries with a new date on it. All the newest information should be underlined for your/my convenience. I am moving toward a more conventional blog here at the end of 2016. The author of this blog is currently involved in the writing of occult/new age books. I am also engaged in using the new practices I've created to make changes to my own life and the world around me. I've read and have in my collection so many books that I consider myself an expert on the subject. As I am writing, this blog may go silent for months at a time. I am still here, but just busy getting books ready for publication. I am moving away from the sensational to the more conventional and you may see some posts go away. If you want the real unusual and the strange - just read the current event news going on. There's plenty of it there.
I am somewhat between being a Deist and and a Pantheist. We are in a universe that has natural laws as though the Creator made the world and stepped back to allow man to work. Specific affirmations have lead me to understand that words control, not just what is going on in our bodies, but also tend to change the outer world if those words are stated repeatedly. We also seem to have a world that has beings that can be commanded to complete tasks or provide information. I like the Postmodern philosophy on life and have considered certain Atheist ideas as valuable also. Atheists have an interesting view on life.
Reflecting on my Past:
I think that we co-create our world with others through visualization and affirmations. My worldview is in a Supreme Creator, but it is a deistic view since he set the world in motion and does nothing at the present time. Miracles occur because we tend to believe strongly that something will occur. Not all of us believe in miracles and that would account for reality being 99% miracle free. Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet? Over the summer, most Americans would believe in that. In my teens, I was pushed to go to a "holy-roller" church to find miraculous healings going on. The only explanation for what I saw: it is either (1) a magician's trick such as a fake to attract new members or (2) that human beings have an inherent God-power within them that make spectacular healing miracles possible. We are each little gods co-creating our world.
I will work my best to make sure this blog will continue. I will continue to make it one of the most comprehensive, provocative places on the web for occult thought.