Animal Spirit Guide – Owl Wisdom – The Shadow Masters

Posted by Roses on June 20, 2014
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Darkness is no obstacle
as I have enough light inside
to see through the illusion.
Metaphysical Meaning

Psychic Energy, Independence, Wisdom, Third Eye, Spirituality, Protection, Intuition, Supernatural Power, Connection with Night time and the Moon, Mystery, Magic, Secrets, Intelligence, Transition, Telepathy, Afterlife.

The Owl & Spiritual Symbolism

All Seeing Owl

All Seeing Owl

Spiritual Owl ( Night Eagle ) has the ability to protect us psychically and physically, by warding off demon spirits. Owl’s x-ray vision eye’s allows him to see in and through the darkness, and beyond the veil, into the world of spirit.

Shamans ask for and shape shift into Owl for his guidance and channel to speak to the dead. Warning though, just like people the Owl’s come in many different shades, a dark magician for instance may only work with a dark owl, and a white magician only an owl of light. Owl acts as messenger for the well versed shaman to make the connection between the worlds of the living and the dead.

The original Bavarian illuminati’s symbol is one of the all …

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Atlas The Bearer of the Heavens and Mother Earth

Posted by Roses on February 26, 2012

In West Yorkshire Uk The St Pauls St Leeds building has a sculpture of Atlas holding up the earth repenting his sins against Zeus. To me this picture makes me think of Christ for he died for our sins and Atlas is holding us up on his shoulders for some thing he did but Christ Died for us for what we have done it is similar really.

There are many different stories that tells about Atlas but this one is most accurate from what I can find it comes from the first stories that told of Atlas and how he became the bearer of the heavens and earth.

Atlas was son of the first generations of the Ancient Greek Gods which were the Titans.

Atlas is one of the most well known Titans for many reasons. One is the war that lasted for tens years when he got most of the Titans and many of the gods and goddess to rebel against Zeus. All of the Titans were punished in some fashionable manner that Zeus

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Lamia a Greek Vampire Legend

Posted by Roses on May 18, 2011

As I promised here is the legend in vampire history of Greece…

The vampire fore-runner is next seen in ancient Greek mythology. While there are several minor deities that have vampire-like qualities, the myths involving Lamia and the Empusa are the closest link to modern day vampires. While neither demigoddess was considered “undead,” both show many similarities to the vampire.

lamiaGreek mythology tended to be malleable over time, and demigods and goddesses tended to change in quality, form, virtues, and responsibilities. The earliest form of the Empusa was that of being the daughter of the Greek Goddess Hecate. Hecate was originally a Chthonian (meaning not a major deity residing upon Mt. Olympus) Greco-Roman goddess of magic, and was later a three-faced goddess of ghosts, witches, and curses. The Empusa is described as demonic-looking and was said to have bronze feet. She would take the form of a beautiful young woman in order to seduce young men and drink their blood while asleep.

Lamia, however, is something entirely different. Considered somewhat a tragedy (at least by …

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The Birth Place Of Zeus Has Been Found

Posted by Roses on March 28, 2011
some of the items found on the site of Zeus birth place

some of the items found on the site of Zeus birth place that looks like a coin and petrified lightning

It appears in Crete Greece that archaeologists may have found the real place of which the Greek Myths speaks of where The Great Greek God Zeus himself was raised. In the myths it tell us that Zeus was raised in Mount Lykaion in Crete to keep Cronos away from him. He was hidden there until he became a man and took over Mount Olympus with his brothers and sister(s)
As of digs more then two years ago has showed that there was an altar with ceremonial goods there that was given to Zeus as they worshiped him. These items date back as far as the legend started of Zeus. They are said to be over 3400 years old which makes these items the oldest known items that was used to worship Zeus that any one knows of. This is also the first place where Zeus was first worshiped then from there it spread.

The Dictean

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Zeus The Greek Supreme God

Posted by Roses on March 25, 2011

zeus setting on his thron

The Greek supreme god of all living and all creation came at a great price. Cronus and Rhea was his parents, Cronus was a titian and Rhea was considered as a Titan too due to her parents which were Gaia and Ouranos. She was known by most as The Mother Of The Gods. She was also Cronus sister as well as spouse. Due to that Cronus had over powered his own father and became king of the Gods he feared that his own children would do the same thing to him as well as that Gaia and Ouranos had told him that his children would rise up against him and take the throne for themselves. So as Rhea had his children he would swallow them. They would not die but just be trapped within his body they would grow inside of him just as they would have in the world. He done this every time just as soon as the children were born. Rhea soon grew tiered of this and …

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The Titans The First Greek Gods

Posted by Roses on March 5, 2011
the twelve titans

The Twelve Titans

The myths of Ancient Greece chronicle a very interesting tale of human existence, filled with iconic gods and goddesses that controlled the destiny of mortals. These deities were said to come from forces of nature that were referred to as Titans in Hesiod’s epic Theogony.  They were said to be the first twelve children of Uranus (Father Sky) and Gaea (Mother Earth). The Titans were elemental rather than human, however their story is filled with more passion, greed, heroism, and violence than a modern day drama

In Greek mythology

The stages of mortal existence are separated into ages.

The first of these was the Golden Age when the Titans ruled, and it represented a time when peace and harmony reigned. The tranquility was not all that it appeared though, and it came at a rather horrific price. Uranus was displeased with the younger children that Gaea gave birth to after the first twelve, considering the many arms of the Hecatonchires and the one-eyed Cyclopes to be hideous.  He imprisoned them in Gaea’s

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The King Of Magic

Posted by Roses on December 17, 2010

A person was born in a beautiful place called The Kingston Gardens. He was the first of many settlers there. Larendeil was 4. He heard the word “Magic” and started to be interested in it. He learned after but wasn’t the greatest sorcerer at 4 of course. He learned well after and became powerful. He was known as The King of Kingston and defeating everybody in swords and magic. He was very handsome. He had sea green eyes and dark brown long hair to the neck. He discovered spiritual worlds like, Warness.

He fought there too. But that was just a first cause. He would be stalked by demons. Demons threaten him. They haunted him while he was sleeping. Seeing that he was a huge threat he wanted to hurt them.

He learned Magic about Demons. Soon he went mad. He entered the Demonic Realm. With the gift of bravery and magic he fought them and killed them. The Lord of the Demons challenged him.

“I will tear you apart” shouted Larendeil bravely!

So they …

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Scylla Of Greek Mythology

Posted by Roses on November 25, 2010

There were two Greek legends of Scylla but both are different. But both have been turned to the sea after being transformed. One was transformed to be tortured forever and the other was transformed and tortures every thing.

Nisus the King of Megara

Nisus the King of Megara

One was the princess of Megara. King Nisus was her father and was immortal as long as he kept his lock of red hair within his white hair upon his head. King Minos of Crete decided to attack Megara and to kill King Nisus, But Nisus knew that he would win this battle because he still had his lock of red hair and was undefeatable. The Princess fell in love the King of Crete and decided to help him kill her father.  She felt like she had to prove her love to the King and drugged her father then waited for him to fall asleep then cut the lock of red hair from his head which would mean that he was doomed for death. After Nisus death the kingdom of Megara fell …

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The Kraken

Posted by Roses on November 23, 2010
the kraken taking down a ship

the kraken taking down a ship

The Kraken is one of many mythical creatures but it is one of the most fierce and horrifying sea creatures in history. There have been many if not thousands of sightings of this creature. The last sighting of it was about a century ago. We don’t know if there were or are more then one Kraken or even what the sex is, but studies are still at large for this magnificent yet horrifying creature today. There are certain legends that says that there were two krakens made and that they can not and will not die till the earth itself dies. This creature was said to be able to reach the tallest mast of a  ship and take it down with ease along with its crew. The ship would be torn apart and the ships crew would be drown or eaten by the creature. Marie Celeste was and still is thought to have been victim to the kraken even though it was still in tact but the entire crew …

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Norse Mythology History

Posted by Roses on October 31, 2010
the norse snake ring

the norse snake ring

Legends of the Nordic and Pre-Nordic people offers an interesting insight into the creation of the world and its history.  Reading the poetic Eddas that were recorded centuries ago are fascinating to say the least, in particular their similarities to other myths and legends, especially Greek myths.

Norse mythology originated out of the Proto North Germanic and Old Scandinavian and Icelandic area during the early centuries AD.  Much of it was passed from generation to generation by the Vikings, however by the time of the 11th century, the mythology was recorded in writings known as the Poetic Edda and the Prose Edda, as well as the saga of the old Norse kings called Heimskringla.  The Prose Edda and the Heimskringla were written by a historian from Iceland named Snorri Sturluson in the 13th century.  The author of the oldest collection of writings, the Poetic Edda, is unknown.

What should be noted is that many of these writings were documented after the Christianization of the Nordic peoples, and much of the creation …

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