If you’re reading this, chances are above average that you have noted a strange sense of energy, which can be almost overwhelming at times. Numerous sources have suggested that, for varied reasons, this shifting and unfamiliar energy has caused considerable worry or urgency. Common symptoms seem to be mood swings – including bursts of irrational anger – headaches, memory loss, irregular sleep patterns, vivid dreams or a total lack of dream recall, sensing we may have lost contact with our guides or even “God”, and greatly increased self talk or inner dialogue.
Lee Harris sums up the energies that are/will be prevalent during July and August. Even if you don’t believe in this energy nonsense, I would highly suggest that you check out Lee’s description and see if there are any pertinent factors revealed, that you may observe in your own experiential reality.
That was really the lead-in to the purpose of this post, namely a show where I’ll be a guest, tonight at 9PM EST on The Brenda Tennerelli Show, where we’ll be discussing the energetic shifts and DNA changes that are being reported globally. Recent news reports have made global headlines of what they deem to be the first human born with 3 strand DNA. The report also suggested strongly that humanity in general was undergoing a change at the cellular level. Dr. Barranda Fox concluded, in her report, a sobering yet fascinating observation. Scientists and geneticists who are studying this phenomenon cannot predict what this mutation’s end result will be but Dr. Fox contends it may well see humans developing and utilizing abilities deemed as “supernatural”.
BLACK MAGIC AND PSYCHIC ATTACKS
There are going to be numerous topics Brenda and I will be discussing but I wanted to take a few minutes to address one issue that most of us have at least considered, namely the status of black magic and psychic attacks. First off, what is “black magic”? This term is entirely subjective and is determined by the individual. What is a birthday or anniversary ritual that almost everybody in the western world observes repeatedly? Would you be surprised to know that this is indeed a magical ritual hailing back to pagan roots known as “candle magic”? Candles on a cake may seem harmless to many but consider that the ritual is identical across many cultures. Make a wish, visualize the want, need or desire and then blow out the candle, symbolically sending your wish to the ether. An entire branch of magic, more advanced rituals involve additional actions including carving a sigil or name into the candle to achieve very specific results from very specific entities.
Is this “black magic”? For a devout religious believer, who is aware it is an ancient magical ritual, this could well be considered “black magic”, while others would not bat an eyelash at this revelation. It is no secret that untold numbers of black magicians observe a creed set forth by Crowley, namely, “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.” Late in his life, too weak to perform rituals, he tasked three of his followers to perform an energy-intensive and very dangerous ritual called “The Babalon Working“. Jack Parsons, L. Ron Hubbard and Marjorie Cameron intended to literally open a hole in time/space and allow an entity named Babalon to enter. Unknown to Crowley, the trio had an additional objective – they wished to create a “moon child”, using sex magic, whereby the entity would enter Parsons and impregnate Marjorie.
From a magician’s point of view, this is a fascinating concept and some may consider this ritual merely grey. Incidentally, the working had considerable negative side effects for each of the participants. L. Ron Hubbard, for example, became paralyzed down the entire right side of his body. When he recovered, he found he was able to access incredible genius in his writing. Jack Parsons died a short time later in a mysterious chemical fire, while his mother also died under cloudy circumstances.
One might chuckle and draw a parallel with the infamous “King Tut’s Curse”, where numerous members of the expedition seemed to die within a short time span, under strange circumstances. What is interesting to note is that Howard Carter, one of the first to enter the tomb, lived on for an additional decade. The question to ask would be: Were the spores a natural phenomenon or were they purposely placed there, thereby validating, to some extent, this was indeed a “curse” with actual physical results?
Is it truly possible to place a “hex” on an individual, as Voodoo and Makumba adherents believe? Robert Bruce has been teaching 1,000’s of people over two decades how to have willed astral projections, maintaining that this is a natural process that almost everybody can do with some practice. He places great emphasis on “psychic self defense”, as does occult researcher and author Dion Fortune. On a personal note, my own research and education has involved the teachings and writings ranging from Abremalin’s Sacred Magic to the Ogdoadic tradition’s emphasis on “The Magical Personality”. In the former, he outlines in great detail a lengthy, six month ritual whereby the magician or sorcerer connects directly to his “Holy Guardian Angel”. Sounds almost religious but don’t let the holy sounding name fool you. He reveals that the direct connection includes some interesting fringe benefits, namely the services of the four princes of Hell, a number of their servants, as well as lesser entities to be used to charge talismans and amulets. Establishing one’s own “Magical Personality”, as taught in Ogdoadic traditions, is essentially building up an image of how one appears in the spirit realm, when they interact with entities of that reality. One aspect is what weapons or defenses that one’s spirit representative will have.
Most children in the west grew up believing that, even as a mere child, they could actually communicate with a reality outside of 3D through a mechanism called prayer. The vast majority of practicing magicians and witches, based on my own experience and research, regard their workings to be the equivalent of prayer, where they can both interact and request specific wants/needs/desires. Add to this, there are Hermetic traditions observed in texts like The Kybalion, which outlines the 7 Universal Principles they claimed to be present on all levels of reality. One of their most well-known axioms, based on the Principle of Correspondence, is “As above, so below; As below, so above.” Just like “prayers” prevalent in almost all religious and magical systems, it is a commonly held belief that one can ask for and receive some type of “divine intervention” – or whatever one wishes to address it as – in this reality.
In a related belief system, Buddhist monks in Tibet were witnessed and filmed moving an enormous rock several hundred meters, using a precision placement of varying types of horns and human voices and tones. Obviously the vibrations were responsible for the anti-gravity effect but is there a possibility the same result – or much more – could be achieved with much less noticeable tools? Reiki and most types of energy healing systems share a commonality with Mukumba and Voodoo – they both believe they can interact directly with a person’s energy, albeit for very different reasons. The term for this type of “Black Magic”, whereby a witch places a hex or curse on an individual, is sympathetic magic. In brief terms, the premise is this: if an object has been in contact with the individual being cursed – hair, nail clippings, pictures as a few quick examples – it remained energetically attached to the host. It is through this connection – known as a secret sympathy – that the actual black magic spell would flow.
What About Psychic Attacks?
This is really the conclusion and focal point of this piece and it here is here that I’ll attempt to render my own observations and insights. As always, I force no single truth or my observations on anybody. There appear to be two distinct camps, rival sides of polarity, in terms of black magic and psychic adversaries having an ability to interfere with an individual. On one side, some contend that a failure to believe in ill-effects from a spell renders the curse useless while others firmly and fervently trust in the process.
Here’s my “two cents worth”.
I believe fully that each of us can be unduly – and sometimes subtly – “influenced” by forces that we cannot detect with our physical five senses, whether good or ill intent. Add to that, we have advertising filled with both sigils and secret symbols, which impact each of us without our conscious awareness. Any name brand product, that gains popularity, enacts a process that few are truly aware of – creation and continued life of a “meme” or “thought form”. Consider McDonald’s arches for a second and likely your mind will draw an image and/or feeling immediately. Another good analogy, of a different type of meme, would be a German man who has watched all of Sylvester Stallone’s movies, albeit only dubbed in German. He gets the chance to meet his idol and is slightly disappointed to see he is only 5″6″ tall, doesn’t carry pearl handled revolvers nor chew a matchstick. Globally there are literally millions of Sylvester Stallone fans (in varying degrees), who arrive at his films with certain expectations. This is the meme, which was\is established and maintained solely by the thought energy of the “fans”.
My conclusion is quite simple and you are obviously not obligated to accept it. Based on my own studies, the key to at least lessening a negative force that is directed against you and has a detrimental or unwanted effect, is one’s own vibration. … essentially the mood that we maintain. If we slip into a negative emotional cycle, for whatever reason, the “spell” or attack is a sympathetic vibration to our lowered emotional state. Additionally, I believe this can be manipulated through both intent and through technology.
The key is is to clear, when we detect ourselves slipping into dark waters. The methods for this are numerous. Readjust by taking time out from everything and engage in high vibration activity. My favorite is using laughter, so one of my tools for coping is taking time to watch comedians. Some “attacks” may serve to exacerbate a present condition like a headache or flu-like symptoms. Another area of concern, which is prevalent in most spiritually-aware people, is our compassion, empathy and sympathy for any living breathing being in pain. As a consequence, I would suggest limiting one’s exposure to MSM and their “interpretation” of global events. There is much more to this “infotainment” than meets the eye…. literally.
A final suggestion is to take regular showers or baths – or when you feel unusual discomfort – and include a pinch of salt. I can determine when a bad headache is fully internal or is being “assisted” by an outside force and that is simply to immerse my head under the salted water. More often than not, the pain quickly fades away if the headache isn’t very intense. When it is migraine level, standing under a strong and pulsing hot shower will sever the connection from outside. What you’ll most often find is that the headache will seem to bounce around your head, staying for several minutes in one place then switching to another area. To underscore how effective a shower can be, Robert Bruce’s first action, when he senses an attack, is to quickly hop into the shower. According to him, the flowing and moving water presents a type of dampening field that absorbs and reflects certain vibrations of energy.
If numerous reports and observations from the spiritual community – both modern and ancient – are to be believed, periods of shifting and intense energy like now provide an ideal medium to speed up our spiritual progress, through tests and evaluations. A quote by the present Dalai Llama sums it up succinctly: “The period of greatest gain in knowledge and experience is the most difficult period in one’s life.”
Here’s to the ongoing journey!