Few organizations exist today whose origins, membership, and associations are more shrouded in mystery than the Freemasons, and many people are drawn to their organization due to their whispered ties to magick and the occult.
One does not need to be a Shaman to practice Shamanism. Shamanistic practices include working with the spirits of ancestors who have gone beyond their physical bodies, and communicating with the energy that infuses all things, like the land, the water, trees, and even rocks, as well as animals.
Magick infuses everything that exists, especially the living tissue in your own mind. Harnessing this force, controlling your mind and tapping into your magickal resources, are the ultimate tools to creating a life you never need a vacation from.
Babalon has many names: Our Lady, the Great Mother, the Great Prostitute, Mother of Harlots, Mother of Abominations, the Divine Feminine, and quite a few others. Her origins trace back to the writings of John Dee and Edward Kelly, who used an obsidian mirror to scry otherworldly visions.
For the master, whether it’s magick and the occult or any other kind of skill, their version of doing nothing has the foundation of many years of training.
Wealth is one of the biggest reasons people are drawn to magick. It’s not always easy to see ways to make more money by mundane means alone, and there are a lot of ways that your magickal practices can support an increased income.