Tears vs Se-rat vs Sa-ter vs Re-Sa-T vs EASTr

Tears vs Se-rat vs Sa-ter vs Re-Sa-T vs Sear-T

According to folk belief, witches are unable to shed tears. The origins of this belief may be found in the tears shed over the crucifixion of Christ and a statement by St. Bernard (1091–1153) that the tears of the humble could penetrate heaven and conquer the unconquerable. Therefore, the reasoning went, tears were an offense to the Devil, who would do whatever was necessary to prevent his witches from crying.

Tears vs Se-rat vs Sa-ter vs Re-Sa-T vs Sear-T

  • The Emergency Animal Rescue Service
  • Telling Everyone About Rape & Suicide
  • Team Eifel Amateur Radio Society
  • Telecommunications Emitter Automated Retrieval System
  • Telephone Entry and Reporting System
  • Traffic Engineering for Automatic Route Selection
  • To pull apart or into pieces by force; rend
  • To cause to be pulled apart unintentionally, as by accident
  • To separate forcefully; wrench
  • To divide or disrupt
  • To take apart; disassemble
  • To attack with great energy
  • clear salty liquid that is secreted by the lachrymal gland of the eye to lubricate the surface between the eyeball and eyelid
  • act of weeping
  • My tears like berries fell down —W. B. Yeats

Se-Rat aka Sa-Rat

According to folk belief, witches are unable to shed tears. The origins of this belief may be found in the tears shed over the crucifixion of Christ and a statement by St. Bernard (1091–1153) that the tears of the humble could penetrate heaven and conquer the unconquerable. Therefore, the reasoning went, tears were an offense to the Devil, who would do whatever was necessary to prevent his witches from crying.

  • “Science is always discovering odd scraps of magical wisdom and making a tremendous fuss about its cleverness.”.
  • “One would go mad if one took the Bible seriously; but to take it seriously one must be already mad.”
  • “The joy of life consists in the exercise of one’s energies, continual growth, constant change, the enjoyment of every new experience. To stop means simply to die. The eternal mistake of mankind is to set up an attainable ideal.”
    • “I’m a poet, and I like my lies the way my mother used to make them.”
  • “Every one interprets everything in terms of his own experience. If you say anything which does not touch a precisely similar spot in another man’s brain, he either misunderstands you, or doesn’t understand you at all.”
  • https://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/3948.Aleister_Crowley

Magick Without Tears is no less than a personal encyclopedia of magickal instruction, annotated by experience and explained in unguarded language. Crowley covers: how to use the Qabalah as a tool rather than merely a system of reference; the symbols of magick; etymology and its philosophy; the three major schools of magick—white, black, and yellow—and their approach to life and use of power; hints for meditation and astral projection; the Yi King;

New Age Imagery below


OAC

The Occult Artists Collective is a project dedicated to displaying and promoting the work of living practitioners of the Hidden Art. Throughout history practitioners of the magical arts have used artwork and the poetic verse as a method of transmitting, through symbolism and allegory, that which cannot be conveyed through the vulgar word. It is in this spirit that this project is born. May it be a hallowed temple for the faithful congregant. May the torch of illumination tear through the dark, as the darkness whispers sweetly psalms of praise. Let the Great Work be displayed in the gallery of the soul. In Tenebris, Lux. O.A.C. – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/848928598485992093/

“mother of hearts”

Yi-King

he Yi Jing ‘Book of Changes’ is foremost among the five ancient classics of China. Kongfuzi (Confucius) said “If years were added to my life, I would dedicate fifty to study the ‘Yi Jing’, then I might approach perfection” (Analects 7.16) . “The Yi Jing thinks of nothing, does nothing; in tranquility, unmoving, it fathoms what is at the back of everything in the world” (Great Appendix to the Yi Jing). Many great scholars have studied the ‘Yi Jing’ ( which is still widely known as ‘I Ching’ following the Wade Giles system) as a source of contemplation and reflection. Marcel Granet ➚ has described it as “the Cosmos in capsule form”https://www.chinasage.info/yi-jing/i-ching.htm


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