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    Question Methods of Divination (Besides the Runes)?

    Was wonder if any body on here uses any other means of getting in contact with the Unseen besides using the Runes (which I expect most Germanics on here DO use the Runes). I've seen people do different types of Divination techniques like Geomancy and Scrying with water/mirrors, and I've heard of people using Crystals as well. Also, Apparently Crystals were used by the Druids .. can anyone back up this claim?

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    I use a crystal pendant and runes, they are quite good, but I think that one has to be clean and in union with God to really make the most of both the casting and the interpretation.

    I can also divine with rods, to find underground wells and so on.

    So yes it works and science cannot explain it, yet.

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    I wonder if anyone has had any successful methods of divining with Runes besides using the Futharc(s) inscribed on them and using a script of another kind... "Modern Druids", apparently, have been using runes cut with a series of lines across them and they claim that this has been used since days of yore...

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    Hi,

    The only "things" other than runes I've messed with is The Sinister Tarot

    They "stir" the archetypes that "pull" the following off..( I guess )..

    The Order postulates Satanism as being a highly individualized quest that aims to create self-excellence and wisdom, by undertaking challenges that allow a person to transcend his physical and mental limits.[6] It is meant to involve the arduous achievement of self-mastery and Nietzschean self-overcoming, with an emphasis on individual growth through practical acts of risk, prowess and endurance.[7] Rites of passage, often connected to promotion in grade level, include spending three months living rough in a forest bereft of human contact,[8][1] and the assumption of difficult occupations to develop personality and leadership ability.[9] This is meant to aid in the evolution of the individual: "this new individual will be fierce, free, exult in exploration and discovery and possess an essentially pagan attitude to life."[10] This, in turn, will lead to the transformation of society into a higher, refined civilization.

    According to the ONA:

    "Satanism is understood by its genuine adherents as a particular Occult way or method. That is, it is a specific path or way toward a specific goal, the following of which involves a particular way of living. The specific path, or 'Left Hand Path', is a dark, sinister one, and the specific goal is the creation of a new type of individual. On a more general level, Satanism is concerned with changing our evolution and the societies we live in - creating, in fact, a new human species and a civilization appropriate to the new type of human being." (Anton Long: Satanism: A Basic Introduction for Prospective Adherents, Thormynd Press, England, 1992)

    The ONA's writings condone and encourage human sacrifice[11][12][13][14] as a means of eliminating the weak: Anton Long describes it as "a contribution to improving the human stock, removing the worthless, the weak, the diseased (in terms of character)".[15] This "culling" serves not just a Darwinian purpose, but is also connected to the promotion of a new Aeon: "The change that is necessary means that there must be a culling, or many cullings, which remove the worthless and those detrimental to further evolution."[16] Thus, true Satanism, they assert, requires venturing into the realm of the forbidden and illegal, in order to make contact with the "sphere of acausal, sinister forces on the cosmos."[17] The presencing of acausal energies, such as through culling, is meant to create a new Aeon, whose energies will then create a newer, higher civilization from the energy unleashed.[18]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_of_Nine_Angles
    Later,
    -Lyfing

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    I used to do tarot and various other card sets, but I don't feel the need for media any longer.

    I practice kinetic/biotic meditation and try to set aside a bit of time each day to focus on zen meditation, rather than other things. If I have a problem, I usually try to meditate a bit on "the solution", until it becomes apparent.

    It's kind of funny, in ways, frightening too. I've been experiencing it more and more lately, that I will just know and say the answer to something before I even begin to process or think about the question. It scared the hell out of me when I noticed I was doing it on a more regular basis, I was mainly worried that I was wrong. I've yet to blurt out the wrong thing, though. So, I suppose it's a good thing.

    There are no questions any longer; only answers remain.

    If I'm really worried about something, sometimes I'll practice hyperkinetic meditation. Runs double duty: gets me hyped up on endorphins and gets me to a solution at the same time.
    Polygamy: it might not be for you, but what right do you have to keep it from me?

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