Magic in Ancient Mesopotamia – Honey, Oil and Whispering Rituals

Elder Mountain Dreaming

Contributions and additions by Phoenix of Elder Mountain; Babylon Oil Magic by Samuel Daiches, Ph.D. Lecturer in Biblical Exegeses and Talmudics, 1913 in London —  There were two forms of oil that were used in divination in ancient Babylon and Mesopotamia, one that was for the sweeter things in life (also healing) and that was Honey and the other, which was an earthier form of manifestation which was Oil, especially Oil from Olives and later Grapes.

Many newly built religions of the patriarch which started around 6,000 bce until around 500 bce when they were all completed and finished, even the moon he had to conquer and controlled, that was woman’s last and most sacred symbol that fell. Babylon created Dark Magic and the Talmud is its root, even though there were many different influences and people. I do have some of the spells listed but changed them to…

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Worrying

secretsoftheserpent

We all worry.  Why do we worry all the time?  Getting this under control is one of the greatest things Magic does.  We as a human race are constantly looking for problems and danger.  We look for something to happen.  No matter how good things get, we constantly play out worst case scenarios in our mind.   Most people think this is a good thing.  They are simply wrong.  It fills us with anxiety and we get addicted to the anxiety.  You will never eliminate worrying, but you can understand that worrying is worthless.   

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b-box: Urban-friendly hive aims to encourage the bee population and a colony of home beekeepers

Life & Soul Magazine

b-box is encouraging people to help the bee population by becoming beekeepers with their compact plywood-enclosed colony – their first ever hive designed for home beekeeping on balconies or in backyards.

The b-box, designed by Italian company beeing, is made predominantly of wood that has been cut into panels and layered with polycarbonate to create a warm exterior. Together, these materials form the main structure, which encloses the hive, with a removable panel that allows home beekeepers to view the bees at work. The removable panel makes it easier and safer than lifting the lid on a regular hive, and is not disruptive to the colony.

bees enter via a 2.2 metre long chimney, which has an opening at the top so that the beekeeper can observe the hive without disturbing exit and entry. b-box has also been designed to require less than 1 metre square of space, so it…

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