Myth and Mysteries

Patonism, Pythagoras, History of Mysterry Religions

Witches & Witchcraft
In most cultures across the world, a witch or wizard is generally regarded to be a nefarious practitioner of magic. In Jewish culture, in contrast to both modern culture, which has reversed most images of evil creatures (vampires are now romantic figures, for example, instead of bloodlusting killers) and Christian culture, which sees them as virtually demonic, the Jewish attitude toward witches has varied considerably over time and geography.

John Dee


Rabbi Marvin Antelman


A Conspiracy History


Rose and Cross Sophia

I, The Truth Daughter Of God Assassinated By The Duplicity Of Satan By The Corruption Of The World
By The Feebleness Of The Flesh
By The Despotism Of Tyranny
By the Indolence of the Priests
By The Malignity Of Politics
By The Superficiality Of Historians
By The Folly of The Wise
By The Stupidity of The People
I Rest Here Within The Mud of The Lie In One Hundred Years The Sun Will See Me Again Greetings O Posterity!

911 interview

Michael Wynn's "The Soul Travelers"


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