Native American Occultus

My followers know that I have tried to answer this question with as much diplomacy as possible to not hurt people’s feelings, guess I need to get a little stronger.

Welcome Mountain View California

Three visits yesterday, I did not have a chance to get to a few questions, I am guessing, school quiz time once again.

Although, I also had one unknown earlier in the day, looking for American occultism?

I will get to that one down at the bottom of this post.

The Occult,

from my reading and what one has seen, is

a group of followers of a

“Fallen Angle, Lucifer.”

The postings that people keep coming to

follows Creator;

“The reason Lucifer is a Fallen Angle.”

Both cultures have the right to their respective ceremonies.

However, it must be obvious by now that placing both cultures in the same ceremony


would be like placing two very large magnet’s north to north on your coffee table.


everyone is always welcome to ask questions

and give comments,


Native American Occult


Three times

Looking for

Native American Occult

City Mountain View California

If The Occult- Witches, Warlocks, Witchcraft, Wicca, Sorcery and Paganism beliefs do not belong in Traditional Eastern Woodland Native American gatherings, how did they get their?

The Irish, Scottish, and Wales people came to Indian country they brought their religions with them.

The Irish Scotland and Welch are not Native Americans.

The Vikings came to Indian Country from the east and landed on the northeastern shores.

These people brought their knowledge and beliefs along with them.

They are not Native Americans.

Viking beliefs and myths.

The Scandinavian beliefs developed out of the original common mythology of the Germanic peoples which originated in, and developed from, India and the Vedas, Brahminism known as Keralaiyers.

Brahmanism is about sacrificing too many gods.

The Mayans, Incas and Aztecs all came from Mexico they are natives however, none of them settled into the Eastern Woodland area.

The Mayans were found in southern Mexico and northern Central America.

Mayan religion worships the gods of sun, rain and corn with rituals of human sacrifice.

The Incas spread through what are now Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, and Chile.

The Inca worshipped the dead.

They practiced daily human offering and sacrifices.

The Aztec religion dominated by human sacrifice.

Native Americans believe in Creator and all of the creations

without sacrificing anything.

American occultism

Answer from Wikipedia

Occultism is the study of occult practices, including (but not limited to) magic, alchemy, extra-sensory perception, astrology, spiritualism, religion, and divination. Interpretation of occultism and its concepts can be found in the belief structures of philosophies and religions such as Chaos magic, Gnosticism, Hermeticism, Theosophy, Wicca, Thelema and modern paganism.[6] A broad definition is offered by Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke:

OCCULTISM has its basis in a religious way of thinking, the roots of which stretch back into antiquity and which may be described as the Western esoteric tradition.

Its principal ingredients have been identified as Gnosticism, the Hermetic treatises on alchemy and magic, Neo-Platonism, and the Kabbalah, all originating in the eastern Mediterranean area during the first few centuries AD.

I believe that there is also a TV serial about this American occultism.


2 thoughts on “Native American Occultus

    • Gypsy Bev
      This is, in a nutshell, just what I am talking about.
      I stopped going to (powwow’s) in Florida, because each of them are over-run by occult member.
      Some are even in charge of those, so-called gatherings.
      Some are ‘Head Lady Dancers, some Men Head Dancers are Warlocks from an occult; some of their venders are ever selling occult products to the public as Native American Made!

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