The Mithras liturgy contains a mention of “Helios Mithras”. Helios Mithras was taken from Sanskrit, Helios from Sanskrit heli, meaning sun and embrace, and Mithras from another Sanskrit word 'mitra', meaning friend. All spells existing today from Ancient Greece and Egypt was taken from the Veda, from Mantras.
The Charmed Book of Shadows is in Dnl e-book format. The Book of Shadows is the most beautifully illustrated book and even if you don't like and don't believe in spells, this book is an art, and it is worth to have it, for it's excusite images.
In the Book of Shadows the Necronomicon appears as the Necromancer. The Classical Greek term was nekyia, from the episode of the Odyssey in which Odysseus visits the realm of the dead. Nekyia however is not a Greek word, but Sanskrit and it means cluster, collection, multitude, referring to Nirukta, which provides insight into the hidden content of the Veda
What is the truth about Gypsy Spells? Is Gypsy Spells really as powerful as most of us believe it to be? There are many people who thinks Gypsies have some kind of magic powers, but why they think that is a long lost fact and it is lost with time and false advertising about the Romani people. The truth is that the Gypsies or rather Romani people are the ancient Phoenicians...