The Bible, A Book Of Shadows

What I am proposing is merely a theory based upon my current studies.

Book of Shadows – is a book containing religious texts and instructions for magical rituals

Grimoire – is a textbook of magic

I know what many would say to me for saying such blasphemy about the Bible.  The more I learn, the more I see connections to the arcane, occult mysteries in everyday life, even in what I once believed to be the last place for this, the Bible.  While this may not be new to some of you, as I have mentioned here already, I am playing catch up right now.

The Bible is made up of many books.  A group of men decided to put these books together into one book, the Bible.  Many books were left out because they just did not jive with the rest.  If you read even just bits of the left out books, they can completely take away the control the Bible gives to the church.  No wonder they were left out.  There are even books that were cleverly added too to make them not only fit but shows a “change” in thinking supposedly by the author.

How could I call the Bible a book of magic when the Bible CLEARLY steers you AWAY from that “satanic” stuff?  It does this for a very good reason.  If you studied that “satanic” stuff you would see for yourself what the Bible is.  Those that use the Bible for control would become powerless.

Even though the Bible has spawned MANY versions of Christianity, it is still a cleverly written system of magic that goes to great effort to not appear as such.  When practiced each lodge….I mean church or congregation that uses this book creates for itself an egregore.  This is basically a group thought form that gives its members some help with its power.  It is constantly prayed to and thought of each day which keeps it alive.  When you leave its influence you experience a feeling like God has directly lifted his holy spirit from you and you will notice things just don’t go as well as when you worshiped this egregore.   When you visit a different lodge….I mean congregation within the same version of Christianity you will feel a difference in “personality” between congregations.  This difference is because each congregations egregore or group thought is made up from many different worshipers.  It is a collection or a averaging of differing personalities and beliefs that come together as one through the worship within the congregation.

This egregore is from the worship of God, Jehovah and his son Jesus.  Some Christians take a more pagan approach and combine Jehovah God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit into a trinity or triune god.  But there is another!

Who else gets thought of from the Bible?  I believe this other one is also found in the holy books of Islam and Judaism.  Just whom might this other be?

Yep, you guessed it…………….. It is ……… Satan the Devil!

The version of Christianity that I was brain washed with……..oh, sorry……….raised with, taught us to just have faith in God, Jehovah and his son Jesus.  However, when it came to Satan the Devil we were taught to BELIEVE he is real.  The reality of Satan was constantly put upon us through the study of the Bible, the study aids and the sermons we would listen at each church meeting.  The Bible stories I listened to as a child constantly reinforced the reality of Satan.  I could see the machinations of the Devil every waking moment and He even invaded my dreams while I slept.  Satan the Devil was more real to me than the others.

From what I have seen and heard from other versions of Christianity, it would appear to be similar to my up bringing and “spiritual” maintenance.  I know even less about Judaism and Islam but what I have read so far about those religions it seems very similar too.

Can you see where I am going with this?  The Holy Books of these 3 major religions help each lodge…..I mean congregation to create for itself an egregore.  But when it comes to the belief in Satan the Devil, the similarities of belief bring in the collective thinking of 3 major religions and their BILLIONS of adherents, a group consciousness, for the creation of the largest egregore …. Satan the Devil!

Literally BILLIONS of people, every day and every night, 24 7, empower this egregore.  They empower Satan with such similar thoughts that it focuses that energy into this one entity.  Look around you.  Listen to the news.  You see his influence literally everywhere.  If you don’t believe in magic, you should.  You see it in action every single day!

Just how many people?  This is taken from the numbers at this web site:  Major Religions of the World Ranked by Number of Adherents  

  • Christianity – 2.1 billion people
  • Islam – 1.5 billion people
  • Judaism – 14 million
  • TOTAL – 3, 614,000,000 People!!!

3, 614,000,000 People empower the great egregore, Satan the Devil, 24/7!  It is no wonder the world seems like such a bad place full of evil.  The varied beliefs in God has minimized his power by diluting God into many less powerful Gods.  I think there is enough similarity in beliefs of Satan the Devil that this has resulted in one large, very powerful egregore.  You can thank those 3 major religions for this entity and all the bad they have evoked or created for our world.

What other magic does the Bible contain?

The Bible has spawned many rituals that differ between the many Christian religions.  They way people pray, the way their gatherings are handled, the singing, the holiday celebrations, the Eucharist, wedding ceremonies, snake handling, etc.  These are all rituals to evoke, invoke, cause change to the physical world and more.  They just refrain from calling this magic.

So as the Christian smugly asserts that magic is from, of and worshiping Satan the Devil…they are totally blind to what they are actually doing…practicing Christian Magic and Mysticism.  Which reminds me of a scripture…

Luke 6:42 (KJ21)
42 Or how canst thou say to thy brother, ‘Brother, let me pull out the mote that is in thine eye,’ when thou thyself beholdest not the beam that is in thine own eye? Thou hypocrite! Cast out first the beam out of thine own eye, and then shalt thou see clearly to pull out the mote that is in thy brother’s eye.