Beginner’s Guide to Metaphysics – Part 2: Eastern Mysticism – Taoism, Buddhism and Hinduism

Originally Published on March 1, 2016 Eastern Mysticism can be considered as three major schools of thought, more or less: Taoism, Buddhism and Hinduism. Their precursor, generally speaking, was the ancient Indian mysticism “Jainism,” which is the origin of the Swastika as a symbol of the union with the Cycle of Life, and is one Read More…

Beginner’s Guide to Metaphysics – Part 3: Witchcraft – Paganism, Voodoo and Native American Mysticism

Originally Published March 15, 2016 Paganism, Voodoo, and the spirituality of Native Americans are put in the same category in this part of the series not to generalize them as completely the same, but because so much of the cause and effect within the mysticisms are the same, and unite under the same method of spirituality: witchcraft. Witchcraft, from Read More…

Beginner’s Guide to Metaphysics – Part 4: Abrahamic Mysticism – Catholicism, Kabbalah and Islam

Originally posted April 1, 2016 Abrahamic Mysticism consists primarily of the metaphysics of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism. While these religions today are heavily used throughout society with little incorporation of metaphysic understanding, mysticism would not be the same without them. Easily the most dominant contribution to the occult of these would be Judaism, through a Read More…

Beginner’s Guide to Metaphysics – Part 7: Secret Societies – Freemasonry, Illuminati and Bohemian Grove

Originally posted April 25, 2016 In discussion of the occult, and especially occult history, the ideas would be incomplete if they did not take secret societies into account. Quickly, let’s dispel with some misconceptions here. This is not going to be a rant about the “New World Order,” although the relevancy of this topic will Read More…

Beginner’s Guide to Metaphysics – Part 6: The Mystery Initiations of Greece and Egypt

Originally posted April 15, 2016 The “Mysteries” of ancient Greece and Egypt were, in a sense, the original formation of secret societies with ancient knowledge, and were the original formation of this knowledge concentrated within family blood lines. However, this is not meant to demonize the Mystery Initiations with such an equation, but Freemasonry would Read More…