posted on Jul, 12 2006 @ 07:08 AM
Actually, I definitely believe in ghosts as well.
In fact, dealing with ghosts has become somewhat of a speciality of mine (I'll not elaborate further, just in case. If you want to know, u2u
I believe that all alchemy, regardless of the part of the world it comes from, is essentially the same.
Transformation of one thing (energy at its most basic) to something else.
To me (and I know I'm not the only one), all things in their most basic form are data.
In order to make an alchemical transformation, one only needs to re-arrange the data.
Sounds easy, yes?
Well, it's not.
It requires much discipline and self-control.
Looking inward for knowledge and spiritual fortification is the ultimate journey.
That's why I believe that the systems taught in Taoism are probably the best suited for my disposition.
A lot of it simply has to do with your perception of reality.
How authentic are the Lesser & Greater Keys of Solomon?
Is that stuff real, or is it another red herring?