i have already blog some experiences. but here is something that my mother had told me. it concerns when she worked as a housekeeper back before she met my father.
this was in the late 50s. my mother was working for a wealthy woman name mrs.harrington.
mrs. harrington was a nice woman. and took care of my mother. and gave her things around christmas. and my mother's birthday.
well mrs. harrington was suffering cancer. and not long after that she died.
Sihiriin is one of oldest middle eastern magick. as old as the jewish kabbalah. and both are rooted in summerian magick. as well egyptian magick
it was orignally practice by shamans whom once inhabit the arabian peninsula and found it’s way in the myth and lore of arabia and most of the middle east.
the shamans were called sihir or sahir. that name is still used among the peoples of the middle east to describe a sorcerer, a mage, a witch, a wizard. they were both male and…
for the past couple months i have been studying all paths of middle eastern magick.
the reason for this is that i want to learn about other paths of magick and mysticism which i feel is important to anyone who wants a general idea on how magick is viewed and practice in all cultures.
as noted in my bio i had studied the kabbalah as well as shamanism. which most people don't realized but is actually a jewish version of shamanism. and the techniques for meditation range from using…
there is an old story with many versions. it goes like this:
one day a tibetan master was traveling through persia where a sufi master lived.
by chance these two wise men happened to meet at a market. the two sat down on the ground.
and stared at each other for hours grinning ear to ear.
a tourist walked by. and saw what was going on. so he went up to one of one of the followers of the sufi master. and asked why were they staring and grinning?