The world of traditional Western Ceremonial Magick enjoyed a renaissance during the late 19th and early 20th century. Groups like the Theosophical Society, the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, Ordo Templi Orientis, and the Builders of the Adytum sought to bridge esoteric philosophy with practical spiritual work. Here are a few major characters from this period of time.
Six Key Figures in Western Ceremonial Magick
Helena Blavatsky (12 August 1831 – 8 May 1891)
Blavatsky was a highly influential mystic and spiritual medium who was born in Russia and later moved...
Our intention in the exploration of Amenti Oracle is to offer an alchemical journey of awareness, with the words in each passage evolving as you continue to evolve through time, the layers of wisdom can be further unlocked through direct experience and study.
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Dr. Nitin Ron is a neonatologist (aka: baby doctor), and associate professor based out of New York Methodist Hospital.
An innovator in his field, Dr. Ron believes in teaching his students the importance of love, compassion, and kindness as a supplemental means to practicing medicine. He teaches this, not because this is something he merely just feels is necessary, but also because it is something he has experienced as necessary as well.
In the INKtalks video below, Dr. Ron explains the stories...
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In The Egyptian Book of the Dead, the weighing of the heart is the soul’s final judgment. If the deceased could justifiably answer forty-two specific questions known as the 42 Negative Confessions of Ma’at about how their life had been lived, they could have the choice to pass through to paradise, reincarnate, or if they perfectly answered, become a star—the ultimate destination as the eternal light that fuels the growth of the living universe.
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