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The problem of being an expert, like most experts will agree, I am often called to assist people who, for some reason, find themselves in dire straits and want me to cure the problem by some kind of magick or wizardry, either of a techincal or occult nature. Often they find themselves in trouble because of their own fault.

If you look at me from a first glance, you just see a 25-year old male with cargo pants and a hoodie, very casually dressed. Of course I am much older, and also an occultist, but most people in reality know I have skills with computers and can tackle most engineering problems.

So, always when I visit my family or friends, even if we just talked about how annoying it is for me to go from work to enjoy a bit of quality-time, only to find my uncle or friend ask me about removing viruses from a Windows computer, or replacing batteries in a smoke detector. Just because I am an engineer, it seems that the laws of Nature themselves, has dictated that I should be ready at all times to perform engineering feats. Even impossible things, like “my car is screwed up, help” and so on. They often expect me to work for free, because they know me or I am in the family. Often they could not afford the services either, so I end up working a lot for free. I cut down on this a lot. It reminds me of a past master and pioneer experienced the following:

“The final insult came when was called to the sickbed of the wealthy churchman, Cornelius von Lichtenfels. The old Canon had been declared dying by his own doctors – the same professors of the Faculty at Basle. Von Lichtenfels offered one hundred guilders for a successful cure. Paracelsus prescribed three doses of a medicine, purgation and diet, and claimed that the old Canon’s condition had been misdiagnosed and not understood by his attending physicians. Von Lichtenfels was soon free of pain and shortly after was on his feet again, completely cured. He conveniently forgot both his suffering and his promise. He paid Paracelsus the usual six guilder fee claiming that this was sufficient for a single consultation and three doses of medicine.”

Many people want me to explain how magick works. Sure, I have explained it many times. I even helped a few individuals onto the path, being a tutor into the general road, but always with the intention that at a crossroad, they will decide what tradition within occultism they would work with, since we are all different. As for Luciferianism, it is a loosely defined at best, and perhaps at worst impossible to dictate any real dogma that would become a tradition, nor is there any pure tradition or lineage that I know of, so my Luciferian path is my own adaptation on the idea of Lucifer as the Morning Star, as a fallen angel, and the trickster Olymp of Prometheus, who stole fire from the Gods. A rebel, perhaps, but not as destructive or single-minded perhaps as most left hand pathers who talk about “annihilation through darkness” and such things, nor am I working towards any right hand path of accepting a god-figure and surrendering to a supreme authority. Nevertheless, my Luciferian path is my experiment, and I can not guarantee any results for you, although I am willing to share my experiences with you, especially if you too find it within yourself to know already that you are on the path of occultism or Luciferianism, or both.

Magick works if you are willing to work with Magick. To do that you need to study for years, starting immediately. The results you get are not up to me, its actually up to you. Nobody can “give” you magick, the big secret here is that you already possess everything deep within, your work is to uncover the layers of shit that prevent you from being the awesome god/godess that you are, and propel you into deity or demigod-ity.

I do not claim to have divine powers, nor am I just any knob out there. I too are constantly working and developing, far from perfect. But I have gone hell of a lot further than 99.999% of anyone out there who have started out working with the occult, and just because they can do a pentagram ritual without looking at the paper, think they are already the masters of the universe. Far from it. But well done, its a first step.

I hate to start selling services. That doesn’t really help people unless they are willing to do most of the work anyway, and it feels unethical to take peoples money who aren’t developing. Plus I dont have the time to do everything.

But I am considering now to sell a book, which willl contain everything I know about Luciferianism. It will be my contribution to anyone out there who is crazy enough to do what I do.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The final insult came when Paracelsus was called to the sickbed of the wealthy churchman, Cornelius von Lichtenfels. The old Canon had been declared dying by his own doctors – the same professors of the Faculty at Basle. Von Lichtenfels offered one hundred guilders for a successful cure. Paracelsus prescribed three doses of a medicine, purgation and diet, and claimed that the old Canon’s condition had been misdiagnosed and not understood by his attending physicians. Von Lichtenfels was soon free of pain and shortly after was on his feet again, completely cured. He conveniently forgot both his suffering and his promise. He paid Paracelsus the usual six guilder fee claiming that this was sufficient for a single consultation and three doses of medicine.