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Jeffersons Ghost Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-07-11 05:28 PM
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do any of you practice high magic?
Do you know any death spells to destroy oppressive individuals or groups. To me, spells that control wildlife and weather are easy. But I need some serious spells to kill would-be superstars and paparazzi that hunt people, which are famous. Let's all focus on those that would oppress us and destroy t hem and their organizations.
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bluerum Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-07-11 05:35 PM
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1. All in good time my pretty, all in good time.
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Jeffersons Ghost Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-07-11 06:49 PM
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8. witch "little pretty" are you refering to? Don't throw water on whiches or give it to gremlins...
after midnight. By the way, what's behind your shower curtain? A surfboard or a water board?
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Ian David Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-07-11 05:36 PM
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2. Try a Tiltowait spell. n/t
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MarkCharles Donating Member (932 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-07-11 05:37 PM
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3. Please, self censor. Magic is only a topic for Christ-believers, and Santa folks...
If you want to tell us how Christ-believers and Santa folks have something to say about politics it the US or anywhere, please be more specific, OKAY?
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Jeffersons Ghost Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-07-11 06:14 PM
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6. The version in the book I wrote on religion, astrology, numerology and tarot is much better....
It is called TRINITY CODE IN TAROT. But since online geeks insist on stealing, controlling, restricting, destroying and altering my work, this similar version will have to do for now.


After every obstacle has been faced and surmounted, after every path has been traveled and charted, there remains only the last step to the next level of existence - the World, the final gateway. After the union of the conscious and unconscious, the mind and the body, in Judgment, all that can remain is union with the Divine in whatever form it appears to you. This journey is over and the next is only beginning. The cycle is complete as last, with the vindication of the traveler and the immortality he has gained through development of the self. It would seem that the Fool's Journey may not have been so foolish after all.

This card, as befits its nature, has the same basic symbolism in almost all of its myriad version. There are the four cherubs embodying their domains; The bull for matter, the lion for energy, the eagle for time and the man for space. Together they represent the unified creation and control of all things in the Universe. Another common motif is the dancer in the centre, with her twin wands. The wand is that of the Magician, but it has now multiplied, and the need to ground its magical power has vanished because it has become one with its source of power. Positive and negative can be seen as two parts of the same whole. One is many. Many are one.

The World could be thought of as a time of rest, the time between death and life where the soul awaits reincarnation in the material world and - for the briefest of periods - becomes one with the universe from which it came. All the lessons learned have been put to use. All the tasks accomplished have born fruit and brought prosperity. Every cause has had its effects and all of the diverse threads of effects have been woven into a tapestry of your life as you have lived it. Now is a time to enjoy your wisdom, savor your prosperity and admire the personal artwork you have created, for soon you will start it all over again.

The journey may have stopped for the moment, and it may have transcended the plane on which you started, but the journey of the soul never ends. A new beginning is found in the end, the pieces are in place for a new journey to start, and after that one is completed, another will surely commence. After a glimpse of the Divine you return to manifestation, sure of your convictions and in your ability to someday see the face of God again. The cycle is as endless as the wreath that surrounds the scene, tied together by the ribbons of Divine force, and spiraling around the universe until the end of time.

The World card marks a time in your life in which one cycle is over and the next is just beginning. It represents the final achievement of all your worldly expectations and desires, and the immanent approach of new desires to follow and new goals to pursue. The World itself remains the ultimate goal, because it is an affirmation of life and an arrival at a perfect state of harmony and bliss. This is the confirmation of success and the reward for all your trials and ordeals. With the coming of the World comes assured success and material well-being, as well as emotional fulfillment, and growth in the spiritual sense.

In the material world, this card's energy often manifests as a promotion to a higher position or an initiation to a new level of knowledge that was only dreamed of before. But this time of rejoicing and happiness, this peak of ecstasy, merely gives us a glimpse of the next mountain on the horizon. So once again you must step up ot the cliff and leap off, ready to start a new Fool's journey and find what secrets lie in this new level of existence. The cycle of the Major Arcana begins where it ends and ends where it begins; start and finish are no longer the ends of straight line, but coincident points on the circumference of a circle that encapsulates your life. The present is now. The future is now. Eternity is now.

(I will add one part from my book)

The world card brings to mind the word "Amen," used by Jews, Christians, and Muslims alike. That word directly translates directly into the phrase "so be it," and is an expression of the confirmation indicated by this card...

As the future entwines into eternity, confirming and endless cycle in Tarot: AMEN!
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msongs Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-07-11 05:47 PM
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4. "you can stick your little pins in your voodoo dolls," says the high priest, but
"I'm sorry baby doesn't look like me at all..*" he concludes. So much for that sort of thing lol

* L. Cohen - Tower of Song
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TlalocW Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-07-11 05:59 PM
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5. Nooo...
But I am pretty good with double and triple-lifts, the erdanase color change, palming, back-palming, etc. with cards as well ass sleight of hand with coins and sponge balls. That's the only "magic" that is real.

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Jeffersons Ghost Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-07-11 06:39 PM
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Faith, courage and dedication to values that really matter wins every time against insurmountable odds. Those traits are the true magic we all possess, if we allow them to guide us, like a star.

Once again, I am not allowed to post my own words, because others consider Trinity Code in Tarot, their code book, even though they have stolen it and paid me nothing.

This version of The Star is similar:

Whenever all hope seems lost, it will reappear to prove that you have really lost nothing, except perhaps your sight of the path to enlightenment. And in the absence of that sight, the Star will light your way. Its light is not a blinding flash like the lightning bolt of the Tower, but a soft radiating glow that warms and comforts, rather than burning and destroying. You must remember that both of these energies ultimately come from the same place in the sky - from Heaven. After the light of the Tower destroys the false path you were following, the kinder and gentler light of the Star will lead you back to the right path.

In terms of symbolism this card is similar to Temperance; there is a figure by a pool with two cups. But while the contents of the Cups were mixed with each other in Temperance, here they are mixed with the waters of the eternal spirit of the Divine. When you cannot help yourself, the Star tells you to look to the heavens for guidance. Or, more appropriately, look to the spark of divinity that lies within yourself that you could not see or acknowledge before. Each of us has a little piece of the Star deep inside, waiting to cast its light into the world to light the way. This is what Crowley meant when he affirmed that "every man and every woman is a star."

The Star is a card of faith, both in your own power, and in powers greater than your own. When the Tower sweeps away all the negativity in your life, you once again need something to fill the void, and faith is a good place to start. What exactly is faith? It could be said that faith is a conscious belief in an unconscious experience, of which we may not be directly aware, but of which we can still feel the effects. This definition fits both belief in a deity and belief in your own abilities. Having faith in any power will allow that power to manifest in your life. Beleiving that something will happen is as sure a way as any to make it happen.

There is a lot of meditative imagery on almost all renditions of the Star, though the most interesting symbol on the Rider-Waite version of the card is the pool of water at the center of the scene. On some decks the naked woman is standing in the pool, but in the Rider-Waite version she kneels beside it. Notice that her right foot rests on the water but does not break the surface. Once faith is placed in its power, the pool of the subconscious becomes able to support the conscious mind. The miraculous ability to walk on water is symbolically translated here into the ability to trust in another power, whether in the heavens or in yourself. Once that trust is achieved, anything is possible.

There are few cards more positive than the Star, because when it appears in your life it is nothing less than a beacon of hope and inspiration. In times of darkness it shows that there is a way out, and tells you not to worry, for illumination and freedom are at hand. All you need is something in which to place your faith. So trust in yourself, and in whatever powers you believe control the universe, to help you through difficult times. Let the infinite energy of the Star warm you and rejuvenate your soul, to provide the strength and the clarity of purpose you need to continue on your journey.

It is important to keep in mind, however, that the Star is never a card that shows the final solution to any problem. It simply shows the hope and faith to get to wherever you're going; without hope we can accomplish nothing, but hope is only a beginning. Now that you have been inspired, you still have much work to do in order to bring your vision into manifestation. You must combine the solidity of material existence with the waters of your emotions and of your spirit. This is a time when miracles can happen, so kick off your shoes and wade into the pool, confident that the water will support you until you reach the other side.
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TlalocW Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-07-11 06:54 PM
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9. Fine...
Fly without any kind of gadgets - Superman style.

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Jeffersons Ghost Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-07-11 07:03 PM
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11. only try that when your absolutly sure you are under hypnosis....
Or be like Neo in the Matrix and show them ALL what those in power didn't want the world to see or know.
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Humanist_Activist Donating Member (603 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-07-11 07:01 PM
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10. Just use Fireball, its effective and has an area affect...
Magic Missile is good for targeting a single person though.
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trotsky Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-07-11 07:38 PM
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12. Avada Kedavra? n/t
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