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The Occult:

The Truth Behind the Word
Narrated by: James Earnshaw
Length: 1 hr and 20 mins
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What is the Occult? Is it a dark and sinister practice developed by mankind over the millennia in order to manipulate others? Or is it simply that which is not seen by the naked eye? In this program, OH Krill, Brian Allan, and James Earnshaw come together to unlock the mystery, and for the first time definitively explain this enigmatic realm of hidden wisdom, exploring the mysticism of a deeper reality that extends beyond pure reason and the physical sciences, the "inner" nature to all things.

Religion, shamanism, ritual magick, sacred practices and more are brought forth and put into our modern day perspective. The great master himself, Aleister Crowley, Dr. John Dee, Jack Parsons, L. Ron Hubbard and others are examined.Is the Occult truly synonymous with demonic possession and satanic worship or is it an empowering practice that predates history? Discover the secret and enter the world of Magick unlocking the key to your personal path.

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  • Darrin Hallman
  • 24-06-2016

Save your money!

Poor audio quality, annoying background music and not really informative. There are far better choices.