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THE OCCULT SCIENCES

THE OCCULT SCIENCES

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In the photo, we see symbols such as the Star of David, the name Adonai and the dark sun. All of these symbols have a hidden meaning related to the past, present and future. The occult sciences are driven by hopes for reunion with those already deceased and also curiosity to find out our future or even when the world will end. These endless myths, symbols and beliefs have shown us over the years that the afterlife exists, maybe not as we imagined it, yet every so often we hear something that, no matter how much we think it over, we can't explain.

Originally, the Star of David had 6 points; the top-most point signifies the will of God, while the lowest point refers to the will of man. All together, it symbolizes the will of God united to that of man.

The so-called devil star is nothing other than the famous tetragrammaton, or 5-pointed star. In an esoteric sense, it means creation when it points upward. On the other hand, if upside down, it means destruction. In addition, the essence of a demon can be conferred on the upside down star by inscribing it on a goat. This is the symbol of lust, used in Satanic rites to make invocations. However, the truth is that this symbol was known long before the appearance of Christianity, since the Druids used it as a symbol of fertility and virility.

Voodoo, magic and esotericism are dangerous professions. The magician must be particularly gifted in performing his task since it is as full of dangers as it is full of immaterial consequences and failures. His prize is wealth and honor; his punishment, discredit, unpopularity and lack of faith from others. One step away from imposture, it is the magicians themselves who must believe that their powers are supernatural. Making others believe is not so difficult if the magician believes he or she is full of necessary spiritual vigor. But the more you believe in your power, the more likely you are to fail.

Inspired by the forces of nature, the mix of magic and religion is present in many symbols. Most people find it accessible.

The history of primitive people is full of sorcerers who paid for the failure of their predictions with their lives, a fall for having blindly believed in their magical powers. The impostors, on the other hand, have survived and prospered without great difficulties.

But just because this happened, the role of magicians in primitive societies should not be reduced to simple fanatics or mere impostors. Magicians have contributed to broadening the horizon of generations, helping the individual to recognize himself as free and providing him, wrongly or not, with a broader vision of the world, either through spells to alleviate his immediate ills or through the magical interpretation of his concerns and daydreams.

In our day, the modern magician takes us out of our limited universes of the everyday and boring, using only his abilities to transport us to the realm of fantasy.