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originally posted by: Wandering Scribe
a reply to: akushla99
My apologies if you misconstrued my comments as pro-Crowley. I'm not a Thelemite, and my knowledge of Aleister Crowley is strictly armchair. I've read the "Book of Lies," the "Book of Thoth," "Magick," the "Book of the Law," and "777" as well as the compilation of short stories "The Drug and Other Stories," and one biography: "A Magick Life". None-the-less, I don't have an opinion one way or another on Aleister Crowley.
My commentary is on Hyperia's claim to practice magic older than Babylon, and his subsequent refusal to explain this magic, claiming that it is some occult mystery that is better left veiled.
~ Wandering Scribe
Something's are just called naturalism
You don't need demonlogy for that
resurrection symbolics is called the equinox in Sweden, praise the sun on 22-25 of December ancient tradition of survival.
The rituals are placed in order for people to remember what to do, since all humans are primates.
And to answer your question, people die in the real world cause of stereotypes