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Hypatia

Published June 16, 2022 by tindertender

Hypathia’s philosophy was concerned with the “mystery of being,” contemplation of Reality, rising to elevated states of consciousness, and “union with the divine, her disciples certainly regarded her in the light of a spiritual leader.

At the risk of her own life she refused to be swayed by mindless religious fanatics, and carried on doing what she loved, and that was teaching and pursuing science, mathematics and philosophy as the world around her tore itself apart. She remained true to her beliefs right up to the very end.

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The Witch

Published June 2, 2022 by tindertender

Written by @13StarSoul
https://twitter.com/13StarSoul/status/1458803923653779464

When people hear the word witch, most people automatically co-relate it to the Dark Arts. Unfortunately that is the bias created due to years of BS being fed about what exactly being a witch entails.

This post is going to focus on the different types of witches that exist.

Magick is just magick it is the intention of the person doing that magick that make it good or bad.

Most witches identify as eclectic, which means that they practice at least a few different kinds of magic.

1) Green Witch – Green witches are also known as garden or forest witches, are very connected to the earth & draw their magic from the natural world. They incorporate earthly elements like herbs, plants, into their practice & enjoy study them. They also work with the Fae.

2) Hedge Witch – “Hedge” means boundary between this world & spirit realm; hedge witches are known for “flying” into spiritual world when they practice magic. They perform small, daily domestic actions that make life easier for both them & others. They often focus quite a bit on the hearth, home & tend to partner with animals.

3) Kitchen Witch – They mainly practice magic in the kitchen. They use herbs, cooking, potions, & other types of recipes to concoct spells. Their power stems from the actual process of cooking or baking and the emotions you put into it.

4) Faery Witch – Also known as a Fae witch connect with faeries at the most basic level. Faery witches love nature spirits, woodland creatures, trees, & the Fae. They invite all of these elements into their practice.

5) Fire Witch – Draw power from fire. They love the element, or may have more success with fire spells such as candle spells, potions over an open flame, etc. As a fire witch, they are hot & fiery in nature. They like quick results which is exactly what fire spells bring them.

6) Divination Witch – They focus, on divination practices like Tarot, astrology, scrying, pendulum, meditation, etc. Many divination witches are eclectic as well, they enjoy incorporating divination practices into the craft.

7) Sun Witch – They derive power from the sun. Spells that deal with new beginnings will be better to cast at sunrise, while banishing spells will have more power during sunset.

8) Storm Witch – They draw energy from crazy weather. They might have a preference for a specific type of storm or enjoy chaotic weather energy in general, but they will definitely feel more powerful & excited when the weather is tumultuous.

9) Lunar Witch – The moon represents emotions, water, & the subconscious, as well as powerful, deep magic. A moon witch, is very in-tune with lunar cycles & draws power from the moon.

10) Swamp Witch – The swamp witch uses the healing elements of nature around them (especially mud) and develops their own strong magic through the intense emotions they feel surrounding society and expectations.

11) Elemental Witch – The hallmark of an element witch is incorporating the 4 elements (earth, air, fire, and water) into their practice. Elemental witches use the elements when casting spells; they may only use 1 element at a time or all 4.

12) Sea Witch – A sea witch has a strong connection to water and to the ocean. Sea witches connect with ocean spirits & have an almost psychic connection with the sea. They may use sand, shells, driftwood, or even sea water to perform magic.

13) Crystal Witch – They are deeply connected to the vibration & energetic power of crystals, gems, & stones.

14) Ancestral Witch – To be a hereditary or ancestral witch, one needs to have ancestors who were witches. Hereditary witches harness power from the spirits of their ancestors to perform magic.

15) Cosmic Witch – A cosmic witch is all about the sky. They look to astrology, astronomy, & the stars & moon. They incorporate energy from the stars in their practice & may especially like to study past life astrology. Some cosmic witches are starseeds and integrate practices from their home planet into the craft. They might connect with deities associated with the stars or formulate spells based on planets, the alignment of the stars, etc.

16) Chaos Witch – They draw power from chaos. They perform emotional, tumultuous magic. Their spells are fueled by energy that clashes. Chaos witches often perform magic with intense music, during storms, or even when they’re feeling a bit drained emotionally.

17) Ceremonial Witch – These witches are focused on the ritual of the craft and draw power from performing a ceremony that is meaningful. A ceremonial witch is part of a coven & will treat their ceremonial magic more as a religion. When you practice ceremonial magic (also known as traditional wicca), there isn’t always a clear distinction between “good spells” & “black magic” so your morals & knowledge will depend on the types of traditional ceremonies you follow.

18) Dianic Witch – They focus on the feminine. They usually worship the Roman goddess Diana, but can sometimes focus on all goddesses as the divine feminine is the most important aspect of Dianic witchcraft. Dianic witches will practice a lot of meditation and visualization in addition to their magic. The focus of the practice is to heal inner wounds that these witches have received from the patriarchy.

19) Traditional Witch – They base their practice in very old magic, often known as the “Old Religion”. These witches do a lot of research & take a historical approach to their magical practice.

Other types – Eclectic Witch, Secular, Urban/City Witch, Natural, Cottage Witch.

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Let’s Talk About The Moon

Published May 9, 2022 by tindertender

By: https://twitter.com/92michael?s=21

Earths moon is not actually an earth satellite. It is from else where. It was formerly a satellite of a moon of mars. In an ancient war a space weapon was detonated. The blast from this blew the atmosphere off of mars and blasted the moon across a small section of space where it was caught up by the earths gravity pull and became attached to the earth. This flight path was also an assisted flight. The race of hominids that lived on mars used it as a life raft after loosing the war.

This race of beings then started the 1st age of man on earth. This story is told in Veda Hindu scriptures as the descent of Lord Shiva.

So after the moon was placed, this race built massive glass towers on its surface to act as space debris absorbers. The type of glass that is made from moon silica is 10x harder than steel. It makes an excellent impact absorbing media. The towers attract meteors.

This is why the moon has so many impact craters. Its the earths shield. But there’s still even more to this story.

Before the moon was in the earths atmosphere. The earths orbit was situated so that it didn’t experience any seasonal variation. The then north and South Pole were not located where the are today. The earth was a more stable planet.

When the moon became attached to the earth it caused all kinds of havoc to the earths crust and this disruption became known as the passing of the 1st age of man. Or the end of the 1st golden age. The poles shifted and the oceans roared across the land.

So, when you look up at the moon consider that it is an alien moon, not earths moon. And that it is apart of an extremely complex story.

Our Galaxy is entering a new area of space where the energies are not compatible with the older technology.

https://www.scienceabc.com/nature/universe/why-are-impact-craters-on-the-moon-round-and-not-some-other-shape.html

Sex and Energy Harvest

Published May 8, 2022 by tindertender

“Wielding sex as a manipulation tool is a form of energy harvest. In the duality Matrix, you will encounter shape shifters who become addicted to your sexual energy. Put up boundaries to these energy vamps.” Quote by @thelaurafaye

Those astral lovers are not having sex with you because they like “you”, they like your energy. They’ll also wake you up horny and expect you to masterbate so they can harvest.

They are in human form, but also in the astral.

Dream walkers.

They use Humans as an Energetic buffet. They’ve been preying on this energy for a very long time.

By bleeding this potent energy from the Human body, the person who has been violated must operate on less than their full potentiality of Power Source.

This is one way they limit the Power of the Human Being.

Gotta control that !!!

Doing work on the energy centers of the body will assist in the clearing of blockages so the electrical system of the body opens up and energy can flow UP, thru the Solar Plexus, into the Heart, Throat, Third Eye and then out the Crown, connecting you with the Divine.

Too long has the Human been forced to live in the Lower Chakra system, the Fight or Flight system.

Woman … She Is So Strong

Published April 28, 2022 by tindertender

Amazingly courageous and resilient, true to their purpose, even in the face of their oppressors. They cannot wipe out the dignity and grace from many hearts, as the feminine continues to rise in their glory. They can rape them, torture them, and kill them … but they cannot remove their fortitude, dignity or sense of personal value unless they themselves allow it.

In the spring of 1980 Farruhra Parsa, the Minister of Education before the Islamic Revolution in Iran, was executed. She had fought all her life for women’s rights and remained faithful to herself even after the victory of the Islamic Revolution. The sentence handed down by the new authorities found her guilty of “spreading sin on earth and denying Allah.

“I am a doctor, so I am not afraid of death. Death is only a moment and nothing more. I would rather meet death with open arms than live in shame, being forcibly covered by a veil. I will not kneel before those who expect me to feel remorse for my half-century of struggle for equality between men and women. I am not ready to wear the veil and take a step back in history,” Parsa wrote in a farewell letter to her children.

Cherokee Rose

Published April 26, 2022 by tindertender

So you can still find the Cherokee Rose growing and rambling wild throughout the southeastern United States, the Cherokee rose (Rosa laevigata) got its common name from its association with the Cherokee tribe. Growing wild along the path the Cherokee people took to the Oklahoma territory during the 1838 Trail of Tears, the white flowers of the Cherokee rose were said to represent the tears of the Cherokee people who were driven out of their homelands. Still a common sight in the South, Cherokee rose is an easy to grow plant.

However, one will find , that it’s actually native to China, Taiwan, Laos and Vietnam, and was brought to this country. Where Cherokee Rose plants had come to naturalized in the southeastern part of the United States. Which is a climbing rose. In the wild, one can find, that its stems can grow up to 20 feet (6 m.). In the home landscape, the plants are usually pruned to about 6 feet (1.8 m.) and grown as hedges.

Here are some other facts about the Cherokee Rose.

One can say, that the Cherokee Rose is often overlooked as a symbol of the state of Georgia by many for the peach, the state fruit. However, one will find that the Center for Georgia Studies decided to incorporate the Cherokee Rose into their logo because it offers something new and unique at the time.

We have had said, that the story, legend about the Cherokee Rose, was first told around 1881, then later brought up around 1891-1892, then it was brought up in 1895and then around 1910-1911, it started growing as an idea to make it the Georgia state flower.

So the Cherokee Rose became Georgia ‘s official state “floral emblem” by virtue of a joint resolution of the General Assembly and approved by Governor Nathaniel Harris on Aug. 18, 1916 . One reason, why the Cherokee Rose was selected as state flower , was because it had come to represent the removal of the Cherokee from the state in 1838 on what is now known as the “Trail of Tears.” The white petals represent the clans of the Cherokee and the yellow center represents the gold for which the land was stolen. The Cherokee Rose still grows along the route the Cherokees followed westward to the Oklahoma Territory .

You will find , that it’s a high-climbing shrub, the wild Cherokee Rose frequently has stems up to 20 feet long. It is excessively thorny and has plentiful vivid green leaves. Each blossom is borne singly on a lateral branch. However, one will find, that the Cherokee Rose has a short blooming season, which usually starts in late March and April. The fruit is pear-shaped and bristly. It can occasionally be found growing along roadsides, on fences, and waste places in the Coastal Plains and Piedmont of the deep South. Its blooming time is in the early spring, however, if there are favorable conditions in the fall , it will produce a second flowering . In color, this luxurious rose is a waxy white with a large golden center. The petals are of an exquisite velvety texture. Because of its hardy nature, the plant is well adapted to hedge purposes and has been used extensively in this fashion throughout the South.

Just as the Cherokee Rose, is a plant which is a sturdy and strong with stickers on all stems, which it will defy anything which tries to destroy it. So just as the plant protects and has protected it blossoms , it goes present how the Cherokee women and mothers have had and have the courage and determination to protect their children, who would
Andwill lead the Cherokee people, Cherokee Nation in the years to come.

So the Cherokee rose is not a miracle. However, it’s a symbol of strength, hope, prickly beauty and determination of the Cherokee People. However, there will be sadness. There will be death. There were and will be the times, when they did and there will be those times in future, that our people will need courage to keep going. The Cherokee rose , is just one thing that helps to reminds t

So the legend came about and according to legend, the white Cherokee Rose, grew everywhere a Cherokee tear fell on the sad Trail of Tears. Today, the flowers continue to grow wildly along many of the trails that the various American Indians-Native American tribes took on their long journey westward to Oklahoma reservations.

So just as the Cherokee Rose, plant is a sturdy and strong with stickers on all stems, which it will defy anything which tries to destroy it. The Cherokee Mothers and Women, do the same.

Just as the plant protects and has protected it blossoms , it goes represent how the Cherokee women and mothers have had and have the courage and determination to protect their children, who would and will lead the Cherokee Nation in the years to come.

So the Cherokee rose is not a miracle. However, it’s a symbol of strength, hope, prickly beauty and determination of the Cherokee People and especially, the Cherokee Women. However, there will be sadness. There will be death. There were and will be the times, when they did and there will be those times in future, that our people will need courage to keep going. The Cherokee rose , is just one thing that helps to reminds them of that.

What If …

Published April 21, 2022 by tindertender

What if the thousand years of peace, and the thousand years of terrible torture on the innocent, purposefully swap roles and management of the human souls on planet? Two sides of the same coin. Both factions dominator oppressor. It’s just one side actually makes you a happy slave.

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