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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…

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Anarchism, Theocracy, and Natural Law

In political science, the idea of “theocracy” is a well-established ideology of rule, but something that is not often discussed. For those unfamiliar, the term “theocracy” implies the unhindered rule of God governing over human society. Often this rule of God is considered in the more nuanced, esoteric sense as Natural Law, Divine Law; or Read More…

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Your Esoteric Initiation – Part 6: A Look at Modern Secret Societies and Natural Law

“Though the modern world may know a million secrets, the ancient world knew one–and that one was greater than the million; for the million secrets breed death, disaster, sorrow, selfishness, lust, and avarice, but the one secret confers life, light, and truth. The time will come when the secret wisdom shall again be the dominating Read More…

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Your Esoteric Initiation – Part 1: You are the Illusion

When confronted with ideas of social activism, political reform, and the like, there is always an overwhelming focus on the things that are broken, defective, inadequate, et cetera, and very little attention is put into actual solutions to these problems of culture. Often religion is suggested as a moral compass in order to prevent these Read More…