Rev. Magus Adam

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  • Birthday 04/10/1971

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    Coeur d'Alene, ID

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    Esoteric and Occult studies, Chaos Magick, Kabbala, Real magick and the followed traditions of the world connected to Real magick. Herbalism, Alternative medicine, Buddhism, Taoism, Alchemy, Astrology, Jungian Psychology, Strange History: Like what makes a people want to move large stones, hundreds of miles to make a circle. They could have put it up right next to the stone quarry, BUT NO!
    Science frontier, Ancient fighting arts, Yoga, Writing, Walking, Trying to figure out this human thing, and just fitting in.
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    Pagan/ other

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    Caretaker & High Wizard
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  1. Part of who I am was shaped by the Japanese culture when I was growing up, and I do pray for them. The child in me was wondering where thier heroes are? You know...Voltron, Power Rangers, Transformers. But our prayers and aid will have to do.
  2. Well its been a while. We had a one boy.

  3. Has been busy being married and awaiting twins.

  4. To me the same question was being asked before 2000 aka Y2K, and it like the 2012 mystery will amount to diddly squat for the general population. As a Pagan-ish kind of guy, I might prepare a ceremony in order to harness the planetary energies, which should be high during the whole year. There will be a lot of chaotic energy flying around just from those who're indecisive, or others displaying genuine fear. Entertainment you just can't buy. On the off chance that something like poles shift, or aliens fry us off the planet...I'd like to say so long and thanks for all the fish.
  5. Jesus said the need will always be here. Synchronicity is fun.
  6. Anton Lavey pointed this out in his writings. He understood the nature of humans is to be self serving. Even an act of charity is self serving, it's going to make you feel good. There's nothing wrong with that. Another example comes from Joseph Campbell, "Follow your bliss." I say, your joy is the root of creating the life you want to live.
  7. Your quote here is why I posted this. Finding it humorous was a plus.
  8. In a few of my post here I allude to an idea: Not waiting around for some God thingy to show up; send me a sign, so I know I have the "okie-dokie," to proceed in worth while things. It is firmly my belief, if there were some innocuous old bearded fellow, who takes great delight in molding my destiny, or just being the wise sheriff of the universe...This being would make His?/Her?/It's? interest in my life a little more clear. I know the response to this line may be some sanctimonious thing like: "It's God's will that your heart remain harden until you truly understand his grace." These reactions are based on a dogmatic stance about scriptures, which seems to some how empower a person to know the will of God. So I say to you, relax and let that God thingy be God -whatever it's doing? In fact when we say, "God is..." We put limits on the idea of this Omnipotent being; which may have just simply set this self supporting grand mechanism we call the universe to go, and left us to our own devises. If this is so: "set this self supporting grand mechanism we call the universe to go, and left us to our own devises." Then I intend to have as many experiences as I can with this universe. Wait a minute!? This smacks of Taoism! Are you taking the long way around to say you're a Taoist? No mature Taoist would ever carry or advertise such a thing. It would bring them no closer to knowing the true nature of the Tao. While I am here in this universe, I plan on governing myself...less guilt that way. Regardless of what we presume to see or react to, nobody dies and we are all connected. The concepts of "Heaven and Hell" are always at hand, and equally remain a distraction from the true nature of reality. People always need help with something, so rather than spreading ourselves thin do what you can for those who will pay it forward. Bring color to your life, find somebody to love. The enemy never wins, they only found an opportunity to extend their complaint. Here's one from my grandpa: You're only as intelligent as you want to be.
  9. I can talk about money and most anything, but I too find it a challenge to talk about myself. I think it has a lot to do with my early studies in Buddhism and the Tao. I learned to be more self introspective, and hope people would know me by my actions rather than a convenient autobiography. What can a few words on paper describe about the richness of a being's life.
  10. In Hebrew there is no Zero, and the letters were interchangeable with numbers. In turn they could condensed down to a single number, letter, or word. With 666, it was argued whether it was meant for Greek translation or Hebrew, which leads to leads to a lot of rabbit chasing. Personally, I use the Hebrew and Biblical references to the first mentioning of just 6. According to the scriptures man was created on the 6th day, therefore Man's number is 6. Whose causing all the trouble in the world today?? Man, Man, Man!
  11. The half life of nicotine is 2 hours while in the body, so it wouldn't harm the the meat. Powdered nicotine when inhaled takes 7 seconds to reach the brain, and it will kill without a doubt. Castor beans are still in use today. They are used for constipation and are where we get Castor Oil. In the past when improperly made the byproducts of the Castor plant would kill as well. It turned out to be the strongest known poison, Rican. Note: Poisonous powders and liquids are either taken orally or injected, while venom is always injected. In my experience of helping people with banishing rituals, whatever the cultural influence, I have learned some very gruesome tactics.
  12. It's patchy... First I remember some kind of glowing pink place...I'm not kidding. I think I was 3 when there was a few brief scenes, then at 4 or so I began regular memory.