Archive | April, 2013

who is satan?

19 Apr

satan is the left hand of God/Goddess. his/her mission is to punish the wicked, test humanity, and to pretty much act as the divine’s adversary which  he/she is not. satan is not equal to God/Goddess. but is one of two powers that represent the two sides of  the  multiverse. he/she is chaos and darkness while his brother/her sister Michael the archangel represents order and light. these two powers are necessary for the existence of creation and free will and awareness.satan is be respected for even the writers of the new testament had said when his brother /her sister michael contend with him over moses’ body. he/she only rebuked him. satan also appears in the old testament as azazel. and is given his/her  due when the high priest  sends a scape goat in the wilderness at the day of atonement.  
does this mean i’m a satanist? no just means that i recognize that  i have  both light and dark within me. that i need the light to be compassionate; the dark to be strong. i need to embrace both.

middle eastern magick part 1: sahiriin

16 Apr

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 female. as a female they were called sahira or sahirah.
the sihir  were both hereditary and non hereditary. the latter was taking on an apprentice. and passing on what is learned. however it depends on the locale. and the choice of sahir.
sahir use many forms of meditation and magick. they are best known in summoning Djinn. but they summon other races of awraah which means spirits. (this i had posted about in an earlier blog post. and later i will go into details). about the various spirits that include Djinn, Lilitu, Ardat Lili, Shedim, Gallas and gods that they called upon such the Anunnakai and Igigi.
they practice various forms  of magick like using magick squares to conducting seances. as well as summoning spirits pretty much the same way as any Path.
they also were early practioners of Zar rituals that is used mostly by modern female shamans in the middle east such as Sheikas.
they,  like other shamans can journey to the spirit world. and other worlds.
.and as other shamans they had spirit companions and spouses. the latter were the ardat lili and ardu lili. as well as various Djinn.