Occult and individuality
February 9, 2009 | 2 comments
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Anthony North returns with another 'Beyond the Blog', this time he's taking a look in to the area of the occult.
Anthony North: Whilst I am not an occultist, I have studied its rituals and history for decades. Iím convinced it holds value for life and knowledge, in that it seems to me to be a continuance of deep spirituality that can trace its routes to the first religions. There has been a distinct western occult tradition that arose out of the European period of questioning that stretched from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment, and this did, in a way, pollute the original roots of the system."
Source: Beyond the Blog
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