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Hello /x/. Like many of you, I believe, I had been nonreligious for a long time but decided I needed something more. I've decided what I believe in is a sort of animism, where there are spirits on earth which are manifestations of the one divine. Spirits of the trees, of the mountains, of the water, ect. I don't have a named pantheon which I honor particularly, because Asatru is for LARPers and since I'm not native American I wouldn't feel right honoring those gods.
I would like to build a simple shrine, somewhere secluded, where I may leave them offerings of food and gifts for protection and guidance. What should be included in such a shrine? Are there named deities I should be aware of? Do any of you have similar beliefs or follow similar practices?
Not interested in any crazy new age stuff or schizophrenic ramblings of tripfags. I'm merely honoring the spirits of the world.
/div/ - divination general
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Welcome to Divination General!
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>What's this Divination thing all about?
The practice of seeking knowledge of the future or the unknown by any of a variety of means.
>I'm new to this, help!
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Previously on /div/: >>17784581
VERY strange "healing-magic" with mud,[earth mixed with saliva] used by Jesus.
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"Having said these things, he spit on the ground and made mud with the saliva.
Then he anointed the man’s eyes with the mud..."
What do you anons on /x/ think about this "healing-magic" ?. Why would Son of God need to use anything like that
to heal blind man,..wouldn't His words alone be powerful enough to command healing?.
According to Bible:
John 9:6-7 NIV
"After saying this, he spit on the ground, made some mud with the saliva, and put it on the man’s eyes. “Go,” he told him, “wash in the Pool of Siloam” (this word means “Sent”). So the man went and washed, and came home seeing..."
Any of You anons know if this saliva mixed mud ritual is being used today to practice healing magic?
Dream General: Interpreters Still Wanted Edition
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This Dream Thread general is for discussion of:
>dreams and interpretation
>nightmares and creepy dreams
>everything else dream related
Please post here, rather than making a new thread for your own stuff.
Before you post, some guidelines:
1. If you need help with any sort of dream, lucid, SP, recurring, etc, or even just remembering in general, the best advice anyone can give you is to start a dream journal.
2. Giving advice or analyzing someone else's dreams does not require any sort of authority. If you think you can do it, feel free to give some other people a response.
3. Even if you don't believe this is a paranormal topic, this keeps the influx of individual dream threads from piling up, reducing the clutter and helping people find what they want more easily.
Some websites to help you out:
Last note: We still could use some more dream interpreters. Don't be shy, just give it a shot if you think you know what another person's dream might mean. If you ask for an interpretation, try to return the favor and interpret someone else's dream.