, easy. Don't be so hostile.
RaineAshford wrote:I was thinking the secret New World Order that will bring all of Humanity together as a single nation. I don't believe it's complete turmoil or chaos because I've seen chaos in visions and what we have is a lot better. But I still believe current world issues and culture is dystopian in nature, less enjoyable than the perfect policed future. I was glad when they legalized Marijuana in the United States but they still need to legalize it in Canada.
The Black Bible offers new language considerations, here is a snippit...
The name Black Bible came to me in a dream about Black Witches who channeled knowledge from the future for their craft and ritual. I felt it important to write so that I may learn magick as well. And I have learned a lot from writing it. I suggest writing Grimoires to everyone on the forum, it really is the best way to learn.
I'm glad to see that you do
have sense in you after all. You'll be happy to know that your new prime minister is on the verge of legalizing weed in Canada. Good thing too, I do fancy some good Canadian cheddar. Secondly, I agree. Writing personal grimoires is an excellent way of putting together what one has learned.
Now, understand this. I am here to help. Hopefully you do
consider this to be your manifest imagination teaching you maturity. That, or otherwise, you also need to understand that each human being is a being
and as fellow players of the game you must have respect
, for arrogance is the path to downfall. On this plane, nobody knows real apart from unreal. Therefore, the more humility and simplicity you have in presenting your ideas, the better chances you will have of them being taken seriously.
Now let's go onto the topic of your "Black" Bible. You should understand that (although you use colours to represent things) there cannot be any association of magick itself with a colour - unless you are focusing on only one aspect of it. Even then, what is black to you may be pink to someone else.
Having a different way of wording things won't get you anywhere. A dictionary of terms used specifically in connection to your practices should come after you've detailed your own experiences and the results of your practice. Then you must detail your practices in such a way that it is easy to replicate. You're here to share your knowledge with humanity for the betterment of humanity, not to show off as if you know more than anyone else. Moreover, it is important that you understand that making up names for things that already have names is your ticket to humiliation.
It's protocol that you know and understand as many current world practices in spirituality as you can. Using their
terminology as a base, express your thoughts and ideas. This both helps you and the reader of your grimoire to get to the point you are trying to make.
In general, your grimoire is a spellbook. Instead of droning about the underlying physics, detail your spells themselves first and how to cast them. You may begin with a short introduction of the physics but that's best left till the end and until you yourself have immaculate understanding of both that
physics, and the physics that is scientifically perpetuated.
Two more things before your next question. First off, you probably have heard this before, but change begins from oneself. If something isn't working, try differently. Secondly, this could be your own way of thinking, but you must remember that reality is different for everyone. Sometimes it's not a bad thing to stop holding onto your own ideas concretely and thus taking into account where others are coming from. You have to change your approach
if you want to go down this path any further and have anything remotely successful to show for it.
I do actually apologize that some of your experiences have been ridiculed on here. When I first joined the forums I straight up said there should be a forum rule against discrimination of beliefs, but it didn't make it into the books. While, unfortunately, there are people here who will tell you you need help, I will talk to you about your experiences, your ideas, and share some of mine with you as long as you have civil, conversational standards.
That said, next question, pretty much a repeat of the one from before.. So think real hard before you answer it.
What does your spellbook have to offer against the current world's problems?