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Old 05-07-2014, 04:57 PM   #562
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Aleister Crowley's Magick In Theory And Practice, he explains...

It was the theory of the ancient magicians that any living being is a storehouse of energy varying in quantity according to the size and health of the animal, and in quality according to its mental and moral character. At the death of this animal this energy is liberated suddenly. For the highest spiritual working one must accordingly choose that victim which contains the greatest and purest force..”

So there are particular Satanic days for their most important ceremonies.

Some of the main dates are:

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Feb 1/2, Candlemas
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March 21/22, spring equinox
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April 30th/May 1st, Walpurgis Night/Beltane
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June 21/22, summer solstice
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July 31/August 1, Lammas Great Sabbat festival
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September 21/22, autumn equinox
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October 31 st/November 1st, Samhain/Halloween
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December 21/22, winter solstice or Yule

Let me emphasize again here that these dates and festivals are not Satanic in themselves.. They are times in the annual planetary cycle when very powerful energies of various kinds are manifesting on the Earth and the rituals and ceremonies of both a positive and negative nature are performed on these dates. The cycle produces the energy and the Satanists simply harness that energy for their own purposes, just as the positive rituals do, like those performed by most modern Druids...

The demons and evil forces had congregated round me so thickly that they were shutting off the light. It was a comforting situation. There could be no more doubt of the efficiency of the operation," Crowley wrote of his experiments at the estate..The series followed the adventures of astrophysicist Adam Brake and his young son Matthew after they arrive in the small village of Milbury,
which is built in the midst of a megalithic stone circle...



Filmed at Avebury, Wiltshire during Summer 1976, with interior scenes filmed at HTV's Bristol studio, it was an unusually atmospheric production with sinister, discordant wailing voices heightening the tension on the incidental music. The music was composed by Sidney Sager who used the Ambrosian Singers to chant in accordance with the megalithic rituals referred to in the story...

1. Into the Circle (TX: 10 January 1977)
2. Circle of Fear (TX: 17 January 1977)
3. Serpent in the Circle (TX: 24 January 1977)
4. Narrowing Circle (TX: 31 January 1977)
5. Charmed Circle (TX: 7 February 1977)
6. Squaring the Circle (TX: 14 February 1977)
7. Full Circle (TX: 21 February 1977)

One of the more complicated aspects of Children of the Stones is the concept of the “time circle” and the “psychic bubble”.. The main premise of this idea is that the village within the stone circle exists in a time rift, where the same actions are played out , over and over again, with the end result being that the power of the circle will eventually be released to the outside world.. Whenever this is faulted, however, the time circle resets and the same events attempt again to unfold.. However, since time is passing in the outside world in a normal way, that within
the time circle must also progress matching the time period of the real world while still attempting to play out the events within...

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/bi...t_secret_4.htm
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=188

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Avebury is respectively about 6 and 7 miles (10 and 11 km) from the modern towns of Marlborough and Calne.. Avebury lies in an area of chalkland in the Upper Kennet Valley, at the western end of the Berkshire Downs, which forms the catchment for the River Kennet and supports local springs and seasonal watercourses. The monument stands slightly above the local landscape, sitting on a low chalk ridge 160 m (520 ft) above sea level; to the east are the Marlborough Downs, an area of lowland hills.. The site lyes at the centre of a collection of Neolithic and early Bronze Age monuments and was inscribed as a World Heritage Site in a co-listing with the monuments at Stonehenge, 17 miles (27 km) to the south, in 1986.. It is now listed as part of the Stonehenge, Avebury and Associated Sites World Heritage Site.. The monuments are preserved as part of a Neolithic and Bronze Age landscape for the information they provide regarding prehistoric people's relationship with the landscape..Radiocarbon dating and analysis of pollen in buried soils have shown that the environment of lowland Britain changed around 4,250–4,000 BCE. The change to a grassland environment from damp, heavy soils and expanses of dense forest was mostly brought about by farmers, probably through the use of slash and burn techniques..The history of the site before the construction of the henge is uncertain, because little datable evidence has emerged from modern archaeological excavations.. Evidence of activity in the region before the 4th millennium BCE is limited, suggesting that there was little Human occupation...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avebury
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...6&postcount=38Forgive me, sir, but I've been stuck here with no one but this sorry sack of Hibernian pig shit for conversation.. Poor, poor Dan O'Reilly.. Sit, sir.. Drink with me... http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=188

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