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- Matthew 5:3
“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
originally posted by: tikbalang
a reply to: AMNicks
It's when you go camping for a week and feel one with nature, external stimuli or forced is spirit cooking..
Ever seen a scared animal being drugged ? It's retarded
First up ‘spirit cooking’ seems to be a piece of performance art, using what appears to be animal blood to write out how to connect with spirits. It also includes spreading the “blood” around a room and on top of some sort of statue. Is it “satanic” as some have said? There is no evidence that it is, but it is certainly weird (and the type of thing the National Endowment of the Arts would probably fund.) - See more at: www.conservativereview.com...
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This is how simple it is for me, if your body is connected to the spirit world, it means your physical body can balance it correctly. If you need drugs to do it, then you failed, if you need any stimuli to connect it means you probably shouldnt.
Humans are very fragile in their state of mind, i just dont like see people getting broken cause of fantasies told in the last century.
If you still want to Spirit cook, i recommend Peru.
The origins of Spirit Cooking can be found in the preludes to production of the Cake of Light material, a sacrament in the religion of Thelema which was founded by Aleister Crowley. The original ritual, not of the same name, is performed during the cooking of Cake of Light wafers that is to be consumed during a religious gathering. The ingredients of the Cake of Light include honey, oil, menstrual blood and sperm. The sacrament is meant to symbolize the union between the microcosm, Man, and the macrocosm, the Divine, which is a representation of one of the prime maxims in Hermeticism "As Above, So Below." The consumption of the Cake of Light is a fulfillment of the sacred circle of the connection between Man and the Divine. [✔] The ceremony of "spirit cooking" is the modern rendition of the 19th and 20th century rituals of the Cake of Light. more