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Thursday, 10 July 2014

Occult group involved in Radionics

The secret occult societies are involved in bringing technology on the world. Within the realm of magical circles, demons, angels and elemental spirits are summoned up to give the "enquirer" secret information.

Most of this is the stuff of Hollywood fantasy movies but it is going on today behind closed doors. Although it is very difficult to get to know all the goings on within the occult world we know they are behind "mind reading" and "mind control" technology being brought in by the Temple of Set.

Another aspect they are involved in is radionics.

One occultist spills the beans on the blog:

grimoires Says:

April 16, 2009 at 1:18 am | Reply

It seems another version of the Grimorium Verum was published by I.G.O.S. (Palm Springs: 1996), which offers the text in both French and English. I.G.O.S. is the International Guild of Occult Sciences, a college and research society located in Palm Springs, CA. They are said to have a huge catalog, with hundreds of books, products, and reports. The people that run IGOS also run the International Guild of Advanced Sciences (IGAS), an organization that specializes in the field of radionics, psionics, etc. It seems that I.G.O.S. also published an Eng. translation of Cauzons La Magie et la Sorcerie en France in 1994.

The domain http://www.igos.org is currently for sale, and on the site of IGAS they seem to sell mysterious Chi Generators..

I found the reference to this 1996 ed. GV right here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/13154952/The-Study-of-Solomonic-Magic-in-English. (p.8)

For those unfamiliar to radionics here is what Wikipedia says about it:

Radionics is the idea that disease can be diagnosed and treated with a kind of energy similar to radio waves.[1] The concept behind radionics originated in the early 1900s with Albert Abrams (1864–1924), who became a millionaire by leasing radionic machines which he designed himself.[1] Radionics contradicts some principles of physics and biology and so is commonly considered pseudoscience.[2] The United States Food and Drug Administration does not recognize any legitimate medical uses for such devices.[3]

"Grimoires" spills the beans on this information on the blog writing about Grimorium Verum. This black magic work is known to be translated by a Jesuit. A copy of this work can be read here. To learn more about "ceremonial" magic, Arthur Waite, does a scathing report in his book: THE BOOK OF CEREMONIAL MAGIC.

The elite know that radio waves can heal people but this technology is kept away from the people in favour of the drug pushing cartel which has cornered the market in the Western world.

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