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Welcome to Divination General!
Come here for readings and discussion of theory/practice.
Every method is welcome: Tarot, Runes, Cartomancy, Scrying, Pendulum, Oracle cards, I-Ching, Tasseomancy, etc.
>If you're new, please read the STICKY:
>Guides made by some of our readers:
Rustig, wrote this to help beginners on how to choose a deck and how to start with the tarot:
Thoth, made his own tarot and rune guide that wants to share:
>Some useful tips before posting:
New readers should post that they're offering readings and what information they require from a querent.
Look for their posts in the thread to determine what's needed and before posting, check if they finished reading already.
Some readers will refuse to do certain readings -- respect that choice. Also, bullshit queries will get bullshit answers.
An "air query" can be made to no one in particular, but no one in particular may answer!
>Readers and Querents:
Please, respect each other, let's keep things decent here.
IRC (Internet Relay Chat) channel for discussion:
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According to le Grand Grimoire, Baal (or Bael) is the head of the infernal powers. He is also the first demon listed in Wierus' Pseudomonarchia daemonum. According to Wierus, Bael is first king of Hell with estates in the east. He has three heads: a toad, a man, and a cat. He also speaks in a raucous, but well formed voice, and commands 66 legions. Bael teaches the art of invisibility, and may be the equivalent of Baal or Baalzebub, one of the Seven princes of Hell.
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I heard about this board through a friend of mine I use to work with and suggested I come here for information. I live in South Texas around two hours from the Gulf. There is a lot of farm land where I live and a lot of history there too, most of which I don't know of because I simply don't care. I routinely work on a farm with a variety of animals, mostly for old people who own them and can't manage them properly anymore. The work isn't difficult and getting away from the city is healthy in my opinion but recently some weird stuff has been happening on one of the farms I work at.
The man who lives there is in his late 80's and can't move much. I was hired to feed and care for the animals. There aren't many so I can do this job and others in the same day. Recently though he has been complaining that the animals are making to much noise at night. He owns horses and cows only. I figured there was a wolf in the area or maybe coyotes, coyotes are far more common and the horses and cows are both afraid of them.
I ended up hiring two hunters to go out and scout around but after a week they told me they didn't find anything besides raccoon tracks. The animals kept making noise and night and I felt bad for the guy so I decided to stay overnight to see what was going on. Sure enough, the sun went down and all the cows started making noise. I went to the barn where the horses were kept and while they weren't really making any noise something was freaking them out.
It didn't take long to settle them down because I guess I just have a way with animals but they were still visibly frightened. Despite not seeing anything I did smell something which I could only equate to burning turpentine. It was horrible. I instantly concluded that the sewer had busted because like everything else out there, it was old. The guys house is a two bedroom 1 bathroom built in the early 1900's. It's been there forever so something like that happening isn't that hard to believe.