Immortals for beginners

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I would just like to add I agree with lewk, that if you feel a calling towards a deity, you should approach them first. I have always had an innate Calling to reach out to Lilith, so I bought a code word for visitation to her from here, and as soon as I did, she visited me like a force of nature and checked me out spiritually and said very clearly "I am who you you seek. We are truly compatible".

I was so honoured by this but not surprised. I see now how we share needs and desires and we are like symbiotic lovers. I then asked if she would be happy to be bound to me and she agreed and I never looked back. I'm so devoted to her now. Nothing else matters as much as our connection. So if you feel you have a calling to a deity, you may well be cosmically matched to them


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What about books regarding immortal magick?


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VizraOverlord9 wrote:
Wed Jun 15, 2022 9:16 pm
What about books regarding immortal magick?
Not sure what you have in mind when you mention 'Immortals magick', or what you'd be looking to get out of it but I'm assuming you mean books on non-spirit keeping Immortals magic?

I got mine in the 1980s, when I found an author I clicked with. Maybe you can too? There must be quite a few out there by now I think. (Sorry but I don't feel able to make recommendations.)

She had written an article in the then new age magazine Prediction, which was in all newsagents in the UK then. That is a light-natured approach that was mainly more mind-magic than ceremonial and in some books involved direct connections with deities and demigods as energy beings, rather than rites. None of them involved devotion, worship, offerings etc. Her books covered Greek, Egyptian, Celtic and Atlantean deities / pantheons. The author's name is Murry Hope.

There are multiple paths and ways of working with deities and many pantheons of deities. I know that some methods suit people who self identify as leaning towards WA, while others are more suitable for people who self identify as more in tune with DA.


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AvalonKnight wrote:
Mon Nov 08, 2021 1:53 am
so I bought a code word for visitation to her from here, and as soon as I did, she visited me like a force of nature and checked me out spiritually and said very clearly "I am who you you seek. We are truly compatible".

I was so honoured by this but not surprised.
When you say you bought a code word for visitation, may I ask how or where? I have a couple immortals I've been mulling over, and one especially who has been looming in my head a while.


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Lewk wrote:
Sat Jun 18, 2022 4:42 am
VizraOverlord9 wrote:
Wed Jun 15, 2022 9:16 pm
What about books regarding immortal magick?
Not sure what you have in mind when you mention 'Immortals magick', or what you'd be looking to get out of it but I'm assuming you mean books on non-spirit keeping Immortals magic?

I got mine in the 1980s, when I found an author I clicked with. Maybe you can too? There must be quite a few out there by now I think. (Sorry but I don't feel able to make recommendations.)

She had written an article in the then new age magazine Prediction, which was in all newsagents in the UK then. That is a light-natured approach that was mainly more mind-magic than ceremonial and in some books involved direct connections with deities and demigods as energy beings, rather than rites. None of them involved devotion, worship, offerings etc. Her books covered Greek, Egyptian, Celtic and Atlantean deities / pantheons. The author's name is Murry Hope.

There are multiple paths and ways of working with deities and many pantheons of deities. I know that some methods suit people who self identify as leaning towards WA, while others are more suitable for people who self identify as more in tune with DA.
Ahh yes that was perfect, it is very easy to get information on magick, but when researching for immortals all they have is thier general background, and mundane related facts.


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Re: Immortals for beginners

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VizraOverlord9 wrote:
Sat Jun 18, 2022 4:55 pm
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Ahh yes that was perfect, it is very easy to get information on magick, but when researching for immortals all they have is thier general background, and mundane related facts.
I'm glad that was of some use.


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