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"In the sixth century A.D., Theodora, a public courtesan whose name was a byword in Byzantium, became first the mistress and then the wife of the Roman Emperor Justinian. Even as an Empress she did not abandon her profligate ways. She had experienced and invited every possible variety of erotic practice. She went out with bands of youths and spent the night in their riotous company. Her erotic frenzies drove her to public exhibitionism. Often she had appeared in the theatre in puris naturalibus. Yet her personal beauty made the Emperor her blind slave, while her lusts extended in every direction.

'Love Potions through the Ages - A Study of Amatory Devices and Mores', by Harry E. Wedeck
(book in the making)

Artwork: Benjamin Constant
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Demonology | Magick and Witchcraft
The Imp or the familiar of the witches in Matthew Hopkins’ The Discovery of Witches

The imp or familiar (spirit) is wat modern magic termes a servitor, artificial elemental or Elementar. The last being a specially created elemental according to a technique – using the Elements Fire, Air, Water and Earth – described by Franz Bardon in his work Der Weg zum wahren Adepten. A servitor –  by the old…
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Secret Rites & Societies
Abakua – the backgrounds of Cuba’s secret fraternity

Abakua (Abakuá) or Abakwa, sometimes called Ñáñigo, is an Afro-Cuban men’s initiatory fraternity or secret society, which originated from centuries old fraternal associations in the Cross River region of southeastern Nigeria and southwestern Cameroon, where the organization was known as the Leopard Society. (Not to be confused with the north eastern Congolese Leopard Men guerrilla…
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Voodoo
Animism, magic and the spiritual sterilization-effect of the one God-enforcement

What is animism? Is it something African or something we find only among indeginous peoples? What are the side effects of politicized monotheism on our personal exerience and communication with the spiritual or the divine? What is the position of magic in the process of christianizing the planet, which is now going on for about…
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Folklore | Magick and Witchcraft
Jewish Necromancy

Necromancy is a form of magic witch uses the dead to get certain results. There are many forms of necromancy and the art is and was performed all over the planet and goes thousants of years back into history. See the works of Homer for exemple where the blood of a sheep is poured into…
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Mors-Somnus meaning in astrology

MORS-SOMNUS (formerly called 2007 TY430 with MPC-number 341520) is a binary Plutino, discovered on 14 October 2007 by Scott S. Sheppard and Chadwick A. Trujillo and named after the two children of the Roman night goddess Nox (Greek: Nyx); Mors (Greek: Thanatos), the god of death and Somnus (Greek: Hypnos), the god of sleep. Mors…
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Folklore
Aitvaras, fire snake aka household spirit of Lithuania

The Aitvaras or Aitvars is a nature spirit in Baltic, especially Lithuanian, folklore and mythology. Several folklorists and micro-historians such as Wilhelm Mannhardt, W. R. S. Ralston, Claude Lecouteux, and others have pointed out that, until about a century ago, most European folk spirituality focused on maintaining good relations with household and field spirits. Slavic…
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Voodoo
Gris-gris, Mojo bag and Borfima

A gris-gris or gris-gris bag is a protective amulet that brings good luck and chases demons away. The word gris-gris – of African origin – means “fetish” or “charm”; thus a gris-gris bag is a charm bag. It was introduced into France in the 16th century as grigri or gri-gri, whose plural is gris-gris or…
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Folklore | Paranormal
Investigating “An authenticated Vampire story” by Franz Hartmann

An authenticated Vampire story by the famous occultist Dr. Franz Hartmann was first published as a true account on vampirism in THE OCCULT REVIEW, London, September 1909 – whose founder and editor was an English engineer by the name of Ralph Shirley. It contains several classic ingredients of the vampire fiction, once started by John…
Afro-American Magic | VAMzzz Publications | Recent publications
Nigerian Folk Stories Collected From The Efik, Ibibio & People of Ikom
Elphinstone Dayrell

Two Volumes In the early 20th century Elphinstone Dayrell, a district commissioner located in Ikom, Eastern Province, Nigeria, collected many folk tales from the Efik and Ibibio peoples of Southeastern Nigeria. The scope of these tales encompasses local mythology and stories suitable for children, to tales so cruel they will still shock a modern public.…
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