Yes, you do have a really good point, Vipera! If I may add something more. Going for secret societies may not be in someone's best interest. Mystery schools are to learn the basics and some more intermediate work, astral projection and traveling.Vipera aspis atra wrote: ↑Sat Jul 11, 2020 8:33 pmMost secret societies are not focused strictly on white arts because they don't define things that way; you'll have more luck looking into groups that just focus on the kind of things you want to learn and adhere to the qualities you believe in. All humans are dualistic in nature and so by default all societies run by and populated by humans are DA; yes there are some that focus on more peaceful and light practices and others which are darker but they are more defined by the nature of what it is they believe in than anything else.
I also second what Lewk is saying. Make sure not to join...a cult, by mistake. Because there are more cults than balanced societies I can assure you of that. Best of luck in your search.
As I've stated to people on other forums, not everything in the dark is dangerous but yet, not everything in the light is safe either. Its about going with the gut feelings on something, if it doesn't feel right, it's not good.
It might be better to hang around the "white witches" conventions. Sure, some are fakes out there but many are well trained and have the highest good in mind when working with you.
I had my phase in my 20s when I was all about joining secret societies and what power they had, what I could learn and be like that. At that time, I didn't even know my spirit title and who I was. I'm glad I didn't join back then, I chuckle about it now.