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Frequently asked Questions
Amulet -- A charm worn around the neck in order to bring luck, or ward off evil.
Anti-Christ -- Satan. The enemy of man and God who, according to many religious cultures, will establish a reign of evil on earth which will last fifty years, before being overthrown by the second coming of Christ
Apparition -- A supernatural appearance or image recognizeable ( being familiar ) to the viewer.
Apport -- An object transported through supernatural means.
Astral Body -- The invisible spirit of a person ( or more likely an animal ). See Astral Projection
Astral Plane -- The level of existence through which spirits of the dead first pass. The level in which an astrally projected spirit travels.
Astral Projection -- The seperation of the astral body ( or spirit ) from the physical body. The astral body travels in the astral plane, to places near and far.
Automatic Writing -- The production of written material, by a spirit, through a person, but without conscious control of that person. Often, a person may write pages and pages of words that, upon "awakening", they do not remember writing.
Beelzebub -- One of Satan's cheif lieutenants, considered Satan's "left hand man".
Black Magic -- The practice of conjuring preternatural forces for a specific evil purpose.
Black Mass -- The mass said in honor of Satan at the black witches sabbath, and by Satanists.
Circumambulism -- Ceremonial walking around an object or person to secure protection.
Clairaudience -- The psychic ability to hear sounds and voices, normally not heard by most people.
Clairvoyance -- The psychic ability to see objects, persons, places or events regardless of time or distance.
Conjuring -- The process of calling preternatural forces into aid or action through the use of sorcery or ceremonial black magic. *The process of calling preternatural forces into aid or action through the use of good or evil magick or sorcery.
Curse -- To invoke preternatural forces to cause harm or injury to a person, place or object.
Demon -- An evil entity hostile to humans. A lower level evil spirit working for Lucifer.
Demonic -- Pertaining to or caused by demons.
Demonologist -- Involved in the study of Demonology.
Demonology -- The study of demons, including their characteristics, classification, and effect on mankind.
Devil -- An upper level evil spirit working for Lucifer. ( Beezelbub, among many )
Diabolical -- Pertaining to or caused by a devil.
Discarnate -- Existing outside a physical body.
Disembodied -- A spirit functioning without a body.
Doppleganger or ( Doubleganger ) -- A spirit of a living person, outside the physical body.
Earthbound -- A spirit being trapped to or remain on the earthly plain.
Ectoplasm -- An unknown substance which eminates from the bodies of mediums, correlating to supernatural phenomena.
Elemental -- A lesser spirit bound to the fundamentals of nature ( earth, wind, water, and fire ).
Entity -- A disembodied or preternatural spirit.
Exorcism -- The process of expelling or removing an evil spirit by religious ceremony.
Exorcist -- One who conducts the rights of exorcism.
Fairy -- an elemental spirit considered benign but inclined to mischief.
Ghost -- A supernatural appearance or image not recognizeable to the viewer.
Human Sacrifice -- The ceremonial killing of a person as an offering to an evil spirit for magical purposes.* The ceremonial killing of a person as an offering to an evil spirit for evil magical purposes.
Human Spirit -- The ( earthbound ) spirit of a deceased person.
Incarnate -- Living in a physical body.
Incubus -- A demon which seeks sexual intercourse with a living woman.
Inhuman Spirit -- An entity or spirit of a being that has never lived in the earthly realm.
Levitation -- The raising of a body or object without any physical or visible means.
Lucifer -- Satan, leader of the rebellious angels.
Magic -- The art, science, and practice of producing supernatural effects, causing change to occur in conformity, and controlling events in Nature with will. See Conjuring, Black Magic
Materialization -- The appearence of spirits in material form.
Medium -- A person who makes contact with discarnate or inhuman spirits on the astral plane.
Necromancy -- The practice of conjuring evil spirits.
Necronomicon -- The book of the dead
NeoPagan -- A member, follower or sympathizer of one of the newly formed Pagan religions now spreading throughout the world.
Occult -- Pertaining to the supernatural, that which is beyond the range of natural knowledge.
Ouija Board -- A board consisting of the letters of the alphabet, numbers 1-0, and the words "yes", "no", and "goodbye" which is used as a tool for communicating with spirits.
Out of Body Experience -- Can be done purposefully or unconsciously by a person. See Astral Projection
Parapsychology -- The scientific study of phenomena that natural laws can not explain.
Pentagram -- The magical diagram consisting of a five pointed star which is a representation of man. Considered by occultists to be the most potent means of conjuring spirits.
Phantomania -- An occurence in which the victim is held paralyzed while being subjected to preternatural attack.
Planchette -- The indicator, or pointer used in association with a Ouija Board.
Poltergeist -- From the German meaning, "noisy ghost". Term for a spirit which is associated with the movement of objects and general mishchevous haunting activity.
Possesion -- The state in which a living person is controlled by a foreign, malignant energy.
Precognition -- Knowledge of future events.
Premonition -- A vision of warning of future events.
Preternatural -- Associated with inhuman, demonic, or diabolical spirits or forces.
Psychic -- Dealing with the ability to see, hear, feel and sense beyond the average human ability. A medium.
Psychic Cold -- The cold sensation recieved when a spirit is present, usually having defined boundaries.
Psychic Photograph -- Supernatural or preternatural images appearing on a photograph.
Psychic Research -- The study of psychic phenomena.
Psychokenesis ( PK ) -- The movement of objects without the use of physical means, such as using the mind.
Psychometry -- The ability to acquire knowledge of people, places or objects by touching an object associated with it.
Reincarnation -- The belief that each person possesses a soul which is independant of the body and can be reborn into another body.
Relic -- An item closely associated with a holy persons body or clothing.
Satan -- God's adversary, expelled from heaven for rebelling against God.
Satanic -- Pertaining to Satan.
Satanism -- The worship of Satan.
Sensitive -- A person who possesses psychic powers.
Shaman -- A man or woman who has obtained knowledge of the subtler dimensions of the Earth, usually through periods of alternate states of consciousness.
Shamanism -- The practice of Shamans, usually ritualistic or magical in nature, sometimes religous.
Sorcerer -- A male who has made a pact with the devil in exchange for magical powers.
Sorceress-- A female who has made a pact with the devil in exchange for magical powers.
Sorcery -- The practice of black magic.
Spectre -- A ghost ( unrecognizeable to the viewer ).
Succubus -- A demon which seeks sexual intercourse with living men.
Supernatural -- Activity caused by God or his angels, commonly referred to as to anything outside the bounds of natural laws.
Talisman -- Drawings of various shapes and sizes which have specified purposes of good luck.
Telekinesis -- Telepathic sounds and voices projected to people.
Telepathy -- Psychic communications between individuals.
Teleportation -- Objects moved by supernatural forces.
Voodoo -- Magical practice considered to be a form of black magic but also is considered a religion to some.
Warlock -- An evil witch in search to destroy other witches.
Werewolf -- A person who has been transformed into or has gained wolflike characteristics.
White(Good)Witch -- A man or woman whose practice in witchcraft is soley for good
Wicca -- An ancient witchcraft religion which honor the gods of nature. Wicca means "wise one". *An alternative name for modern Witchcraft; A NeoPagan nature religion with spiritual roots in Shamanism, having one main tenet: the Wiccan Rede.
Wiccan Rede -- A simple and benevolent moral code of Wiccans expressed as follows: "Eight words the Wiccan Rede fulfills; An' it harm none, do what ye will.
Witch -- A woman who practices withcraft.
Withcraft -- The practice of performing acts with the aid of a spirit.