Tuesday, September 30, 2014


Tuesday, September 16, 2014

NEW YORK, Sept. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- If you say that the Endless Night Festival in New Orleans over the 2014 Halloween weekend is a unique event – well, that's just a gross understatement. Hosted by the legendary Father Sebastiaan, a leading expert on the occult and vampire subculture, the Endless Night Festival is heralded as…

The Countdown to Halloween in New Orleans has begun with The Endless Night Vampire Ball

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

I visited one of my favorite local cemeteries yesterday to see if I could get better footage of a spirit I once captured in the corner of my video walking away (see The Ghost of Bonnie Video).  This is a local cemetery in Dallas and definitely has some kind of spirit activity, I’m just not sure what.  Part of me thinks it might be a hangout for local Satan worshipers based on the Pentagrams I saw laying around half burnt candles.  Well, yesterday’s visit didn’t do much to change this hunch.  I was on my Motorcycle and for one, the camera I brought wouldn’t work.  It just was shot.  I tried using my iPhone and didn’t have enough memory to capture but the first few minutes.  Anyway, I walked around the bush that I saw the pasty-fleshed spirit walking and what do I see in the distance.  Two doberman pinchers.  They looked young so I wasn’t worried.  They were hanging around a grave.  When they saw me I got the willies.  I mean, they looked at me motionless for what seemed eternity.  Well, not having a car to run to for safety, and remember the only motorcycle accident I had ever had was avoiding a dog trying to get at my leg, I decided I wouldn’t chance it (not to mention I didn’t have a camera to record it).  So, I got on my motorcycle and drove around the graveyard to get a different look at the dogs.  And I did.  However, there wasn’t just two, there were many.  And not just doberman pinchers: there were a few shaggy rottweilers and one shaggy black dog that could have been chiseled out of a Renaissance sculpture.  One of the hounds was actually standing on its back legs on a tombstone as if talking to it.  It was a pack and they started barking and slowly making there way to me as if saying to themselves, "Is he really waiting for us?"  Well, no I wasn't: and yes, I accelerated away quickly.  They could have easily caught me but seemed content scaring the shit out of me.  What was really crazy though, and maybe can be attributed to an overhead Jet and my screaming Suzuki 250,  I heard a kind of laughter. Needless to say I will be returning today with new cameras.  So stay tuned for an update, until then, here are some things I researched on the subject of dogs at a graveyard.  Enjoy... Saaaaa...  Zuuuu...  Keeeeeeee....

Of course, the dog is one of the earliest animals to be domesticated by humans along with pigs and cattle; the dog, however, tended to function as a companion rather than as livestock.  In some Native American lore the dog was originally supposed to have been a human, who was transformed into an animal because of his misdeeds (usually of a sexual nature) and still retains some human understanding and sympathies.  In the Middle East and much of European lore the dog is portrayed as an outcast, a dangerous scavenger.  In mythology, Cerberus was the hound guarding hell who was overcome by Heracles.  Yes, the hellhound,  a supernatural dog who is assigned to guard the entrances to the world of the dead, such as graveyards and burial grounds…   Saaaa...  Zuuuuuuuu...  Keeeeeeeee....


Friday, September 5, 2014

Sympathetic Magic

I watched an episode of Hercule Poirot last night and in this particular episode, there was a woman who used a voodoo doll to cast a spell on woman she hated.  Well, this is very dangerous for one to do for as we all know, spells come back to us in threes.  And yes, this particular woman is murdered by the killer which really is a useless murder in the plot of the story.  So, as we have stated before, Hercule Poirot is an occult friendly crime solver -- or at least Agatha Christie was.   This, however, is not a post on Poirot, but on the the very simple magic we know as a voodoo doll.

What a voodoo doll represents is a simple form of magic known as “Sympathetic Magic” — be still my beating heart:  I love the sound of those words together.  But I digress.  And, Sympathetic Magic is the form of magic between two objects or operations whereas, by altering or performing one the magician hopes to influence the other.  Hence, if an image of one’s own enemy modeled in wood, wax, or even drawn in sand is injured, a corresponding injury will afflict that enemy.  Similarly, doors are opened in the house of confinement to ease the child’s delivery.  Such practices, which are widespread and varied, are also known as imitative magic.  Sometimes the sympathetic link between objects is one of proximity or possession — contagious magic.  An object closely connected to a person, such as a lock of hair or an article of clothing, can be used in spells against them too, just remember, if the intent is aggressive, it will most certainly not be a good idea for your karma.  And so, my suggestion is to let the natural laws of the universe handle it.  You’ll be much better off.  However, if a person is a real threat in your life, say, an abusive husband, black-mailer, etc., well, stick a fucking pin in them, now!


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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Thirty-five years after her last tour, Kate Bush could have been forgiven for treading gingerly back onstage. But if she did anything by half-measures, she wouldn't be Kate Bush. Before the Dawn, her 22-show residency at the Hammersmith Apollo, which will run until Oct. 1, is a three-act, three-hour mix of high-concept theatre and gut-punching pop,…

Kate Bush's return at the Hammersmith Appolo reveals the singer still has that the esoteric magic