Reality is myth, math, metaphor, and magic — defined by the endless ways we
figure out the true nature of the illusion in which we
are experiencing. It’s about the alchemy of consciousness in the illusion of
time, for souls to experience on many levels simultaneously. There is one soul
who guides this — Thoth the scribe who writes the programs of experience. Thoth went by many names and
identities, including Hermes, Merlin, Isis, and other persona that identity him
as a magician. Every ancient civilization had its wizards and magicians whose
job it was to empower the people about reality as magic and illusion. They are
also connected to Ancient
Alien Theory as they were not from this physical reality.
The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn was a magical order active in Great Britain during the late 19th
and early 20th centuries, which practiced theurgy and spiritual development. It
has been one of the largest single influences on 20th-century Western occultism.
Concepts of magic and ritual at the center of contemporary traditions, such
as Wicca and Thelema, were
inspired by the Golden Dawn.
Thelema is a philosophy developed by the early 20th century British writer and magician,
Aleister Crowley. He came
to believe himself to be the prophet of a new age based
upon a spiritual experience that he had in Egypt in
1904. By his account, an occult being contacted him and dictated a text known as The
Book of the Law.