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originally posted by: IAMTAT
Sara Carter's latest points to newly-discovered text messages between Bruce Ohr & Christopher Steele.
They were discussing Comey's testifying before congress and Steele asks Ohr if the "Firewall" is still holding.
originally posted by: TomLawless
a reply to: RelSciHistItSufi
I was raised Catholic, so the original is very familiar. That one behind the bed is just very striking to me. It's evil, and I don't think I usually show this emotion here. I usually avoid it.
originally posted by: burntheships
a reply to: carewemust
Interesting to note that the PS has some very interesting capabilities....
Dice divination is perhaps the oldest of the divination tools. It can be dated long before recorded history. It is still much used in Tibet, even by the Dalai Lama when important decisions are to be made.
The original dice were knuckle bones or vertebrae of animals -- usually sheep -- which is why it was called throwing the bones. Today we have a lot more options for dice divination...
Cock: Cocks were used historically for sacrifice as an offering to the gods, as it was believed to represent light and goodness. They were also used as part of spells to raise rain and storms.
A witch's ladder is one of those nifty things we sometimes hear about but rarely see. Its purpose is similar to that of a rosary–it's basically a tool for meditation and ritual, in which different colors are used as symbols for one's intent.
The hand of glory is the severed hand of a hanged murderer, magically preserved, once was used as a ChArm in black-magic spells and was believed to aid burglars in breaking into homes and buildings.
“Spoons” are used to refer to energy levels, so say you have ten spoons in one day, but it takes twelve to get up and get ready, go to school, do homework, and walk your dog.