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The Lasting Love for Sainte Sara

If you go to the festival in Saintes Maries de La Mer in the Camargue, Roma women will approach you to sell a trinket of Sainte Sara. The idea of buying one may be as alien to you as it was at first to me, but they need the money and you never know, you… Keep Reading

Christ the Son of God vs the Human god of Science

“I Am Who I Am” were the words of God Almighty, as he revealed His name at the burning bush to Moses, who was struck down by hearing His voice talking directly to him. God said to Moses, “I AM WHO I AM. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: ‘I AM has sent me to… Keep Reading

The Emerald Tablets of Thoth the Atlantean

“When ye have freed thy soul from its bondage, know that for ye the darkness is gone. Ever through space ye may seek wisdom, bound not by fetters forged in flesh.” Thoth tablet 4 Lord Thoth wrote many books, it is said that he wrote 42 in total, many of them are lost, or hidden… Keep Reading

The Magick of Atlantis Bookshop in London

The Sunday Tribune needed some books so popped into the Atlantis Bookshop in Museum Street London. The Atlantis Bookshop is one of the oldest bookshops of esoterica and occult books around. It regards itself, quite rightly, as the living history of magic as it has had such renown customers of the magical world as the… Keep Reading

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