Where Spells Originated from?
The origin of spells found in the Greek Magical Papyri, there are numerous references to figurines. They are found in various types of spells, including judicial, erotic and just standard cursing. The figurines are made of various materials, usually corresponding to the type of spell, but often with liminal properties, as is frequent in a number of elements of Greek Magic. Such figurines have been found “throughout the Mediterranean basin”, usually in places that the ancient Greeks associated with the underworld; “graves, sanctuaries or bodies of water”, all stressing the liminality of Greek magic. Some have been discovered in lead coffins, upon which the spell or curse has been inscribed.
Spells found in other countries as well, such as Roma, Egypt, Asia minor, exported to them by trade of knowledge. These spells come about with the theft of the Veda, in ancient Greece.
The Veda, doesn't contain spells, neither magic, however, the Gorgon (Neanderthals and human mix) couldn't understand the personification of the natural world. For example Adam
is a personification of the Universe and Eva, Gaia is a personified Earth. In Sanksrit everything considered alive, which is true as they are made up from the same building blocks as you and I, carbon. But when you try to explain this knowledge to a caveman, he will find it a bit difficult to understand and might create a religion from Adam and Eva, worshipping natural materials. If we would give a caveman mathematics, he would worship numbers today, and God would be called Gooogle..
Later, he might also consider to control them and will start creating spells, to gain an upper hand over the gods. That is how spells and religions started and so is magical thinking.In ancient Greece and Rome, madness was considered 'normal'., Socrates freely admitted to experiencing what are now called "command hallucinations" (then called his 'daemon'). Pythagoras also heard voices. Aolmost all philosophers, caesars, kings, man with any power suffered from paranoia, epilepsy, mania and melancholia.
Magical thinking is the belief that one’s own thoughts, wishes, or desires can influence the external world. It is common in very young children. A four-year-old child, for example, might believe that after wishing for a pony, one will appear at his or her house. Magical thinking is also colloquially used to refer more broadly to mystical, magical thoughts, such as the belief in Santa Claus, supernatural entities, and miraculous occurrences.
It is important to note that magical thinking must be considered in context. For example, a belief in the paranormal could be seen as magical thinking. However, there are instances where magical thinking is socially acceptable such as is the case in many religious and cultural traditions such as those that believe in the existence of spirits, demons, and other entities.
Magical thinking is not in itself a mental illness, but is correlated with some mental health conditions. People with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) engage in a type of magical thinking. Obsessive thoughts cause them to engage in compulsions in an attempt to stave off the thoughts. People with OCD may intellectually know that, say, repeatedly tapping a television will not keep them safe, but still feel an overwhelming urge to do so. People diagnosed with schizophrenia and delusional disorders may also experience bouts of magical thinking.
Some superstitions are steeped in magical thinking, but they have become socially accepted and passed down through generations and have become more believable simply because they are widely known. When magical thinking is socially accepted, there is no cause for concern, but rather reinforcement that is supported by others' beliefs and customs associated with such understandings.
Magical thinking is sometimes symptomatic of a mental disorder. Depression, schizotypal personality disorder, and psychosis are just a few diagnoses that include magical thinking as a possible symptom. If the magical thinking suggests homicidal or suicidal associations, you should seek help. Also, if it is hindering your or your loved one's normal daily functions, such as preventing them from taking care of themselves or others they are charged with caring for, a mental health professional should be called to evaluate them.
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There are many disputes, about the origin of the Necronomicon. Some say it was made up by Lovecraft, others say its origins can be found in ancient Summeria. The original idea behind the "NECRONOMICON" once meant something different but it was changed into a Book of Darkness, its origin can be traced back to the Veda which is light, and turned into the DARK SIDE OF THE SUN, which is also called DARK VEDA.
THE TRUTH ABOUT NECRONOMICON SPELLS
A good example of a mental illness is the book of Necronomicon. It is related to Obsessive-compulsive hoarding disorder, and trying to achieve this hoarding by any means, at the expense of millions of people. For example starvation, lack of water, the Necronomicon will advise to use spell to find water and sell it at the highest price. Sadly these mentally ill people gained such a power through thieving, having no mercy on the poor, that today we are controlled by a mentally ill leadership. For example many presidents were seeking the advise of psychics for important decision making. Most very wealthy people also using this option, to cleanse their house from bad spirits or asking to cast spells on their enemies.... This is further confirmed by the strong connection between Hitler and occult practices. It is "an underground history, concerned with the myths, symbols, and fantasies that bear on the development of the Nazi styles of thinking". Wagner, who was Hitlers' famous composer was also diagnosed with mental illness, narcissism, borderline personality disorder and bipolar disorder. So, it was not magic and spells which made them wealthy, but their mental disorder, their inability to feel empathy towards their victims, which is a sure success to become wealthy, but also a sure way to end civilization.
Widespread cannibalism, including eating apes, may have caused prehistoric prion disease epidemics, (the cause of narcissistic type of disease) Science Study Suggests. Read more>> http://mentalfloss.com/article/12500/11-historical-geniuses-and-their-possible-mental-disorders
ORIGIN OF SANSKRIT.
The creators of Sanskrit language were ancient people who not only left us Sanskrit language, but hieroglyphics as well, since Sanksrit used picture writing. Hieroglyphics which give the base of the alphabet existing today, science, mathematics, geometry, so forth. However, their enemy the Gorgons took the knowledge which you can find in the story of Prometheus. What Prometheus has to do with tarot cards? The name Prometheus is Sanskrit word and it translates as thief. You can find him hidden within the Gypsy card as well, as the Thief. This story and many other ancient Greek mythology embedded into the tarot, along with the ancient teaching, how to achieve a balanced lifestyle. This is the main purpose of Gypsy Cards, to guide your through difficulties, showing you the right path to find freedom from captivity, from hataka (Hekate) emotions such as jealousy, anger, hope, desire, deceit, greed, pride, etc
The Tarot imparts its secret knowledge by using symbolic, coded pictures, all of them directly connected to the collective unconscious of humanity. It speaks of a holistic and cosmic world-view, an understanding we can trace back to the Romany, Gypsy people. However, with the destruction of the people, they've destroyed the knowledge too. That is why there is nothing new any more, we become stagnant and all knowledge exist or invented today can be traced back to the ancient wisdom.