Q/A with an Arab Pagan, Sam. View Sam's blog I have experienced the Gods many times especially Quzah, Al-Muhrik, Shams and Allat. I invoked Al-Muhrik during a spell and it succeded, almost all my spells work 100%. I don't remember one that failed. Q: What are jinn? Are they different from the gods?A: Sure, Jinn … Continue reading Exploring Wathanism: Arab ‘Paganism’
Building a 'Portfolio' or Building a 'Life.' I woke up this morning a little hazy, but the first thing that came to mind was Peaks Journal. The second thing that came to mind was my recently published book, Evanescence: A Fairytale. These two things have been at the forefront of my mind for months, accompanied … Continue reading To Have or not to Have?
The following is a brief Q/A with Michael, an Irish Pagan I met. Q: Who are the main gods?A: The gods are members of the Tuatha Dé Danann (tribe of Danu) Danu is often considered the mother of them all, but she is not explicitly mentioned in the mythology. The Dagda (the good god) and … Continue reading Q/A With an Irish Pagan
A Rule of Thumb Inspired by Rudolf Carnap by Johnny One day, I was striking up an interesting conversation with a friend about laws. We looked into the diversity of laws, viz. laws differ from region to region, from country to country, from era to era. We shared a moment of silent admiration after our … Continue reading You see SIX I see NINE.
“Islam in the culture of the Moslems, simply means peace. Peace with man, peace with all living things, which ultimately leads to peace with Allah. We believe deeply in the universal principles of the cosmological order and how every action has a reaction. These principles taught us also how to properly eat the correct foods and not to consume the foods that were detrimental to our health in all aspects of life. These principles also taught us how to treat others and how to create a hospitable environment for guests at our Caliphates.”