Belyn Mawr

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  1. Hi Atwater Vitki, I know it is strange. But if you look at my member status under my profile pic it says validating and some topics on the forum, like The Debate Team, aren't showing up as if I were logged out. Thank you for responding. You're right, I can still post though. Weird. I am well versed in arcane sorcery, but concerning modern technology, not so much. Give me a crystal ball or some Tarot cards and I can penetrate the great mysteries of the unknown, but just don't ask me how to set the clock on a microwave oven .
  2. Hello, I've tried to send and resend my email validation link, but I am not receiving the emails. I have checked my spam folder and checked my filter settings. Thank you for any assistance.
  3. Since ISIS is so concerned about Witchcraft, and I am not bound by the Wiccan Rede, I have some special curses headed their way. I invite any other spell casters or magick users to do the same .
  4. Being both gay and a Warlock, I guess I will be crossing Syria off for any future vacation plans.
  5. Today is the Summer Solstice or Canol Haf (Midsummer in Welsh) for me. Whether you are celebrating Litha as a Wiccan, Alban Heruin as a Druid, or any other forms of Midsummer, I hope it is a great one .
  6. I am also guilty of starting or engaging in side topics, but I think that is human nature. People are not always trying to derail the original topic by doing so. Sometimes people have stopped posting on the original topic, and two members find they are basically having an informal conversation with each other that is not really in need of a completely new thread. I also don't feel slighted when someone returns to the original topic .
  7. In the past I have referred back to the original topic because I have been a sporadic poster and have come late to the discussion. Other times I do as mentioned above and refer back to the original topic to avoid "choosing sides" when there appears to be a heated debate on a side issue. I prefer to let the individuals involved work it out for themselves. In the past I have participated in interesting and enjoyable conversations with both Pete and Dan. My views are much closer to Pete's than Dan's, but I like both of them. Sometimes discussions become heated, and I prefer not to stoke the flame
  8. Hi Mark , Luciferianism is a subset of Satanism, some are theistic and some are atheistic just as some Satanists are atheists like the Church of Satan and some are theists like the Temple of Set who believe the god Set exists and was the prototype for Satan. You are correct that the term Witch alone doesn't signify a particular belief system, but those I am speaking of are presenting themselves specifically as practicing European Traditional Witchcraft and are mixing Luciferian and European Pagan beliefs implying that pre-Christian European gods are really fallen angels which I find demeaning
  9. Greetings all, I am a Warlock or male Classic/Traditional Witch, and I just wished to address the current trend towards Luciferianism instead of Paganism in Traditional Witchcraft (in case anyone runs into this on the internet and thinks I endorse this). There had always been an underlying current of this within Traditional Witchcraft, even in one of my favorite books, Mastering Witchcraft, but I overlooked it and did not incorporate it into my practices. The story goes that the first Witches were taught magic and mated with the Watcher Angels of The Book of Enoch. The Pagan gods of Europe wer
  10. I agree that one need not belong to a particular ethnicity to follow a spiritual path. If Europeans want to be Taoists or Africans want to be Druids I see no problem with it. I do not have any Japanese ancestry but I am a master/teacher in a Japanese Reiki lineage .
  11. Hello, I was brought up by a Southern Pentecostal but in adolescence my burgeoning homosexuality caused me to question my Christian upbringing. Once I began my religious exploration I began to think of how the majority of the Bible was basically a collection of the myths and legends of the Hebrews, and that the genealogies of my European ancestors had been crudely grafted onto Biblical genealogies to retrofit them into the Biblical account of things. Before this, I had never given thought to what the native beliefs of my ancestors were. They had their own Pagan genealogies tracing descent from