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  Mysticism
How Hypnosis Saved My Life
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Every single night for two whole years, I went to bed at night and listened to my hypnosis tapes. It was as though in all that chaos and confusion, there was a voice of REASON, of stability, someone to remind me that life does go on, and that there is MORE than there seems to be. In the darkness, there were other people gently telling me that I had resources, and encouraged me to go inside and find my own strength. I cannot ever say how valuable that was to me, or how precious. I did not choose the title...

 Silvia Hartmann
Rabbi Chaim Vital
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Rabbi Chaim Vital (sometimes referred to as Rabbi Chaim Vital Calabrese, since his family was from Calabria, Italy) was born c. 5303 (1543 CE). Rabbi Chaim is renowned primarily as the recorder and editor of the teachings of Rabbi Yitzchak Luria, although he himself was also an accomplished kabbalist and writer. Rabbi Chaim's father, Rabbi Yosef was famed as an expert scribe whose tefillin were much sought after, having been written in holiness and purity, and with special kabbalistic intentions. Rabbi Yosef Caro said in the name of his maggid (an angelic teacher) that half the world existed by virtue...

 Rabbi Moshe Miller
Exoteric and esoteric
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Perhaps no Teacher has suffered so much at the hands of exotericists as the Galilean adept, Jesus. His parables have entered the speech of men, but his meaning has not entered their hearts. Theosophy teaches the esoteric character of the Gospels, and restores the lost chords of Christianity. From the legends of the Christ is drawn the moral of the Christos, the "Father within" every human being, and Theosophy further shows the evolutionary process by which all men may attain, as all Saviours have, the stature, nature and dignity of conscious godhood. From philosophers, poets, thinkers and great teachers, from...

What are Poltergeists?
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Frightening as these 'rattling ghosts' may be, there's never been a recorded case of anyone being killed by poltergeist activity. It can frighten the wits out of people but can't hurt you. Most paranormal researchers believe that poltergeists are not 'ghosts' at all, but manifestations of unconscious mental upset, usually in children or teenagers. Repressed psychic energy may suddenly expresses itself by projecting from the person who's troubled and paranormally move objects or make noises. This frightens the person who is at the centre of the activity resulting in more fear that again feeds the escaping psychic energy. But if...

 Craig Hamilton-Parker
RUNE-WORK— And its Method
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Over the years there have been those who have bemoaned what they feel to be the neglect of the Rune-Gild. That the Gild has not led them by the hand in their quests for Runic Initiation. This dispite the fact that before I wrote Futhark (and the subsequent Runic volumes culmenating in The Nine Doors of Midgard) there were no authentic guides to such Runic endeavors. When I began my Runic Quest I had only the tradition itself, my growing knowledge of the Germanic culture and religion, the Old-Man HimSelf and my own Self and its wode to guide me....

Urban shaman
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A shaman can be female or male, young or old; they may be from an ancient culture within the darkest forest or from the confines of a city apartment block. Within their communities shaman may function as the doctor, priest, social worker, visionary or mystic. Shaman could be intermediaries or visionaries who crossed the boundaries of reality and moved between worlds. To our Paleolithic ancestors shaman were important members of society, but with the rise of organized religion some believed shaman to be possessed by the devil or mentally ill. Shamanism is not a religion. Shamanism is a spiritual path....

 Thomas Richard Lake
Telekinesis Theory
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While it is commonly believed that telekinesis is a supernatural ability that only lucky people inherit, I am more inclined to believe otherwise. Everyone has a certain degree of mental power capable of letting us know certain events which we have no way of knowing otherwise. How many times have you said a word at the exact same time as somebody else? Or have you ever thought about turning the TV off and at that exact same time somebody else did it? How many times have you thought of a plausible event which happened right after you predicted? These have...

Telepathy
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Telepathy is direct transference of thought from one person (sender or agent) to another (receiver or percipient) without using the usual sensory channels of communication, hence a form of extrasensory perception (ESP). While the existence of telepathy has not yet been proved, some Para psychological research studies have produced favorable results using such techniques as card guessing with a special deck of five sets of five cards. The agent may simply think of a random order of the five card symbols while the percipient tries to think of the order on which the agent is concentrating. In a general ESP...

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Real Vampires
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"Real Vampires"-how can this be anything but a contradiction in terms? We all know about vampires. Stock characters of fiction, guaranteed box-office draws, the media vampire has been familiar to us since childhood. Generally speaking, our blood-suckers appear with a tongue planted firmly in one toothy cheek-from Bela Lugosi hamming it up in the 1950's, to last summer's teenage "vamp" movies, to Count Chocula breakfast cereal, the media seldom treat the vampire as truly fearsome. The stereotyped vampire traits are familiar to any child: vampires have big fangs, sleep in coffins, are instantly incinerated by sunlight, and are best dispatched...

 Inanna Arthen
Psychic Vampirism and Attack
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Psychic vampirism, also known as psychic attack, is the draining of a person’s energy and life-force through magical or demonic attack. In magic and sorcery, certain individuals possess the skill to command demonic entities to attack and deplete other living things: humans, animals, and crops and plant life. The victim experiences a mysterious fatigue and exhaustion, troubling dreams and horrible nightmares, sexual assaults and perhaps symptoms of the Old Hag (nightmare) syndrome. Psychic attack also can be perpetrated by vampires, as attested in anecdotal accounts of attacks in the Eastern European vampire literature. The English occultist Dion Fortune is considered...

 Rosemary Ellen Guiley
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