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The Legacy of Fundamental Christian Extremism and the Satanic Panic! 

The "Child" from The Sabbath LenormandThe 5th century CE is known for many things in history, especially for the early Church. It is the century where Rome fell, a highly significant omen for the world to come. This is the century radical Christians began their savage campaign to eradicate anything they deemed as “evil” or “Satanic”. With the outlawing of paganism that started with Emperor Constantine I the century before, a slew of laws were passe...

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The Witch King

"... The Witch King is the embodiment of masculinity and all its virtues just as the Witch Queen is the embodiment of femininity. He is a powerful protector and his influence in witchcraft annihilates destructive influences that try to bring ruin. His crown has 10 cowry shells, mouths of the Gods Who speak through him, and 10 fiery red feathers, representing the order of the heavens, the cycle of the Universe. His crown also represent the order o...

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The Witch Queen

"... She is the elevated High Priestess, and the ever-watchful Moon protects her and still bestows its powers on her but it sails just a little further away. Surrounded by forests, she demonstrates her connection to the natural world; the satyr she sits upon represents her mastery over it. She is the fertile and generative power of femininity with immense power to create not only through birth, but through witchcraft as well. All who gaze upon he...

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The Witch's Broom

When one hears the word “witch” it often conjures the image of a hag riding a broom with a conical hat and feline familiar taking to the skies in pursuit of The Sabbath. Symbolically the broom is linked to the witch’s use of common household objects to bewitch. It is common for scholars to speculate that the broom was linked to women’s domestication, and a symbol of the phallus making the broom an object of perversion of women’s sexual expression, ...

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The Hidden World of The Sabbath Tarot – The Ladies

Within the tradition of the tarot, the Queens, here the Ladies, represent the power of the feminine. Oftentimes the emphasis is placed on those traditional roles of motherhood, such as the nurturing and supportive qualities that come with raising children, or the emphasis is placed on a woman who is independent and unreliant on masculine authority, yet that language still roots the meaning and symbolism in gender roles. Within The Sabbath Tarot...

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The Hidden World of The Sabbath Tarot - The Chariot

"The victorious Witch King rides through the night air on a black stallion brandishing the torch of illumination that drives out the shadows that block his path. He has triumphed over the laws of Nature and looks down on all his enemies, high above struggle and worldly problems. Since his willpower is strong, he can manifest his witchcraft and achieve levitation, ascension, and take his place among the stars, becoming closer to the Celestial real...

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The Devil's Arcana

he Devil’s Arcana is going to work with the deck in a few ways, by giving the reader the opportunity to switch out the Lucifer card, or to keep all three in the deck for some amazing revelations. To make this infernal triad two additional cards will be added to the deck, each being named after an incarnation of the Lord of Darkness. Lucifer, already included in the deck, along with Diabolus, and Satan. Each will be inscribed with the astrological...

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Censorship

The Sabbath represents the wild, the untamable, that which exists at the edge of society in the liminal darkness. Because it makes people uncomfortable, shows them things they wish to keep hidden, it is under attack. Companies such as Paypal and Patreon as well as various printers and social media platforms have demeaned and devalued the project, debasing it as pornography because it shows the nude male form. They have not even a basic grasp of a...

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