In this blog I have repeatedly pointed to the difference between what I call "true skepticism" and debunking. When a person is a true skeptic, he or she simply holds a neutral position and requires proof before accepting or rejecting a theory as to why something occurs. For example, is reincarnation a reality? For a true skeptic, the proof that goes "beyond a shadow of a doubt" simply doesn't exist. That doesn't mean reincarnation isn't a reality, just unproven. It doesn't mean we cannot act as if reincarnation is a reality and make use of information gained from past life experiences in our current life. Indeed, I believe we not only can do so, but as a hypnotherapist find it to be a very
I know that this blog is about magick, but every once in a while it becomes necessary to stand up for the ecology of the planet. I wish to alert you to the common use of a highly dangerous chemical known as DHMO (dihydrogen monoxide).
Even though DHMO is a known danger (it's the major component of acid rain), it's still in heavy use around the world as a solvent and coolant, including in nuclear reactors. Trying to find information about DHMO can be difficult. Below is an image of its atomic structure taken from a Bulgarian website:
DHMO is known as one of the principle causes of environmental erosion including causing the weakening of vital metals through enhanced oxidation. It
It is important for people who practice magick to be true skeptics. Too often I have seen people perform a ritual and then get swept away into a world where chance and mere happenstance are attributed to their magickal working. Such people constantly see magickal forces (often working against them) rather than more common explanations.
If you're feeling sick, assume flu first, magickal attack last.
As any person who regularly works with magick knows, most people don't believe in magick. Those who go around saying that every creaking sound in an old house is the sign of a ghost or the failure of a politician is due to their magickal ritual only make the doubters laugh more heartily. And