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Traditional Witchcraft is Medical Heresy: The Patriarchal Medical Establishment Vs. Witches as Healers

Posted in Alternative Health, Healing, Magical Healing, occult, spell books, spell casting, Traditional Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 17, 2013 by littleredridinghood
Healing and harming were both crimes, if done by women

Healing and harming were both crimes, if done by women.

In the modern age, it is a fairly established fact that witchcraft, in whatever form, is a heresy against the establishment religion, however, traditional witchcraft is, also, a heresy against orthodox science and allopathic (modern Western) medicine. Moreover, this is still probably the most dangerous and controversial heresy because there is still a state persecution of healers who stand outside the ordained class of professional men – and, the practice of medicine, at least, in the U.S., is almost entirely dominated by men.

So, when I say that the old witch hunters are still with us – that we have not changed and they have not changed even now in the 21st century – this is true, especially in the realm of medicine.

Modern Western Medicine is a De Facto Priesthood of the Old Catholic Church

If we trace the history of the witchcraft persecutions and the history of allopathic medicine in W. Europe we find that allopathy is a de facto priesthood of the Holy Roman Catholic Church, which was formed by men in the 13th century. The men who did such work could only do so through the power of the priesthood, by permission of the Church and with the blessing of a priest by his side to assure that his power was derived only from God. No women were allowed access to this new priesthood class, just as they were not allowed any other position in the Church.

By the following century, the first persecutions of women as witches were underway. While the character of the witch persecutions in W. Europe involved victims from all classes and both sexes and motivations for such violence varied, the targets were primarily women.

By our very natures, women are regarded as being “in league with the devil.” It is women who are able to bring forth new life, a power outside the authority of God and his Church. It is, also, women who knew the most about their own health and human health, in general, since it is only women who possess female bodies and it is primarily women who care for infants and children. Women as a class of people, therefore, were regarded by the authorities of church and state as evil and Satanic.

Women who healed without a "license" from the patriarchal establishment were tried and executed.

Women who healed without a “license” from the patriarchal establishment were tried and executed. Allopathic doctors actively participated in the persecutions; they conducted the sexualized examinations and torture of women and determined whether or not they were to be tried as witches.

Only men were allowed to practice medicine. Only men were allowed into this new priesthood. And once the doctors became a professional class, only men were allowed into their schools. In the United States up until fairly recently only white men were permitted to formally study allopathic medical doctoring.

This patriarchal medical establishment has survived and thrived only because of its willingness to use violence against its opponents and with the advent of socialized medicine in W. Europe and the current attempt to force allopathy on every single person in the U.S. it has almost entirely triumphed and it has done so on the sea of blood and broken bones of centuries of women as witches and women health practitioners.

The primary impetus for terrorizing, torturing and murdering unknown numbers of women in W. Europe for centuries was to rout out and destroy the last vestige of true healing – to destroy the knowledge base and those who held it – primarily women, women as doctors and women as witches, which is really all the same thing.

The Difficulty of Talking about Witchcraft as Medicine

Bloodletting: An early, dangerous and unnecessary allopathic practice.

Bloodletting: An early, dangerous and unnecessary allopathic practice.

95% or more of allopathic medicine is unnecessary. It almost always does more harm than good, but it is a difficult subject to broach with most people, even the most educated and enlightened. This is because the patriarhal establishment with its artifices of religion, pseudo-science and quackery, coupled with its complete domination of popular culture for well over two centuries in the U.S. has made it nearly impossible.

In the U.S., a country where freedom of speech is held above nearly all else, it is difficult to even write about alternative health practices without worrying about the consequences. (Oddly enough, I could churn out pornography all day and not have a care because my freedom of speech as a pornographer is protected, while my freedom of speech as an alternative healer is not.) Therefore, all kinds of disclaimers must be made. Before you even begin writing the book, you must pay homage to the various reincarnated orders of the old Holy Roman Catholic priesthood who now call themselves the FDA (Food and Drug Admin.) and the AMA (American Medical Association).

Freedom of speech – real freedom of speech – is only for those who are members of that privileged class who are sanctioned by the vestiges of the old patriarchy of medicine – the descendants of the same men who persecuted and murdered my ancestors for so many years. That enemy is never far from the door, although, now he wears a suit and tie.

But, to the people, the greatest enemy of all is the ignorance and lies perpetuated by this patriarchal medical establishment, which was nourished in the blood of centuries. Their crimes continue to this day, as they hide behind lawyers and legislation very often written by their own membership. The number one cause of death in the U.S. is allopathic medicine. It is a money-making machine whose members literally have a license to kill.

Today as in centuries past, witches – largely an underclass of women – who can heal are persecuted, although, in new ways. It is not possible to legally heal others without going through the allopathic program, which is 8 years of training (not education, but training) – ie. brainwashing. In order to even start down such a path, you would have to be a “true believer” in the religion of allopathy. You would have to be a worshiper at the altar of the patriarchal medical establishment with its priests in their white coats, bearing their emblems and ritual instruments, the stethescope and the hypodermic needle. It is unlikely that a traditional witch would ever venture down such a path.

The persecution of feminine healers continues.

The persecution of feminine healers continues.

The reason the men of medicine have persecuted and destroyed witches for centuries is because they simply cannot compete on a fair playing field. They can only succeed by terrorizing, torturing and murdering their competition almost entirely – but not quite – out of existence. This is something that the traditional witch cannot forget, especially those who have great power and knowledge of healing, because we live with a similar persecution every day. We are still forced into the shadows by the descendants of these patriarchal authorities within both religion and state. Their threats of imprisonment and violence ring in our ears with every word and deed.

After all, their laws are not our laws – they were written to allow them to persecute us and to protect only themselves. The U.S. Founding Fathers made no provisions for the protection of either women or real medicine. This was not simply an oversight. Women – some brought to the new World in chains to be servants and sex slaves to good Christian men – and witches were not allowed a say.

But, there is another reason traditional witches are not drawn to the study of patriarchal, slash-and-burn medicine. If your interest is truly in healing, it is a waste of time and money to study corpses and learn how to be a drug pusher, which is what most of this training amounts to. Maybe this is why so many doctors and men of science are Christians – there’s certainly no place for witches, no room for dissent and despite the gains of the past century, still little room for women. Men and especially white men remain dominant among allopathic doctors, especially in the U.S. – after all, it is their invention, their forefathers lied, raped and committed mass murdered for it. It is wholly theirs.

The bloodletter: Ancestor of the modern patrairchal form of medicine.

The bloodletter: Ancestor of the modern patrairchal form of medicine.

Moreover, the entire science upon which their medicine is supposed to be based is fallacious – a mystery even to its priesthood holders – while the esoteric science behind witchcraft makes perfectly explainable and logical the things that appear to this highly trained, but poorly educated, white-coated class as “miracles,” “placebo effects,” and “spontaneous healing.”

Most doctors probably don’t believe in witches or witchcraft, yet it is within the practice of witchcraft and within the knowledge base held by witches that all true healing may be found. It was and is witches who know the healing properties of various herbs, minerals and other agents and how to effectively apply them. It was the likes of Paracelsus and other men in the Church who wrote such things down and published them, of course, but the knowledge came from witches. The basis for all modern alternative healing, including homeopathy, is rooted in this knowledge. Homeopathy and related practices work the same way as witchcraft works because it is based on the same esoteric science (as discussed in “How to Write Your Own Spells for Any Purpose and Make Them Work). It is not mysterious or spooky, it’s just science – but it’s not their science, so it is either denounced it or its existence denied by the patriarchal establishment.

The Esoteric Science Behind Witchcraft Allows for Healing that Appears “Miraculous” or “Impossible” to the Allopaths

The human body, when it is fortified with appropriate nutrition, including the right minerals (and the allopaths have a superstitious fear of minerals, it seems) the energetic pattern encoded into each and every cell manifests itself as a whole and healthy organism, impervious to germs – thus belying the Germ Theory, which is the basis of allopathic medicine, especially their use of allopathic vaccines, since the mid-19th century and has been the basis of their vast, ill-gotten profits.

This is why the allopathic priesthood tells so many lies, especially, about nutrition. It has caused the average person to be terrified of certain nutrients, thus causing widespread health crises in the form of cancers, endochrine disorders, reproductive disorders, general malaise and eventually a miserable death, enabling them to better push their expensive drugs. All this they do without apology and without remorse.

Victorian doctor with his hands on a women - this was ONCE considered improper

Victorian doctor with his hands on a women – this was ONCE considered improper

Along with such belief in unproven “scientific” theories such as Germ Theory and their insistence that human beings are comprised of physical matter, they insist on resorting to aggressive means for “combatting” disease. Note, they never talk about healing or curing, but they express what they do in very war-like terms. Ever adversarial, they “fight” disease with such weapons as knives (scalpels) and radiation – and in the not-to-distant past with acid, leaches and a chisel. If they don’t know what to do about a diseased organ, their first impulse is to remove it! If they don’t know how to treat a symptom, they push pills at the patient often without informing him or her of the consequences, which are often addiction and even more dreadful side effects. It never occurs to them to work with the body’s own nature, nature herself being an anathema to the God of their origins.

Philosophically, traditional witches and alternative healers are at complete odds with the patriarchal medical establishment and the scientific orthodoxy upon which it is predicated. Mostly, they deny our existence. When they acknowledge us, they ridicule us and double-down on their lies. Alternative healing is increasingly being driven underground – the amount of regulation on alternative health care agents and devices is mind boggling and it is being done entirely secretly. (I know about it because of previous work as a freelance alternative health writer – I gave up because, one by one, all of my clients were being sued by federal agencies for all kinds of absurd reasons. Interestingly, you don’t read about these things in the daily news. That’s because they are executing this persecution very quietly so as not to stir a public outrcry.)

But, the allopaths are only interested in making money – they do not care who they maim or kill. They enter the medical field to have power within the entire patriarchal establishment (to obtain the Porsche, the house on the hill, the trophy wife, etc.). This profession grounded in scientific materialism revolves around material goods and the exploitation of those with less power in every way. They are not healers. They never cure any disease.

Patriarchal Medicine is Violent and Obscene

Victorian allopath and a woman

Victorian allopath and a woman

It’s also worthy of note that it is members of this patriarchal medical profession who have undertaken the most sadistic medical and psychological experiments, mostly on women, children, the poor and indigent and on prisoners. They had a heyday in 1930s Germany – incidentally, it is from Germany that the modern allopathic system was exported to the U.S. in the mid-19th century. It is by no means native to us and it is particularly vehement in its opposition to alternative healing because of various Women’s Health Movements. It is members of the allopathic medical profession who work with law enforcement agents and public schools, usually to no good or ethical end.  This is the modernization of their role as medical examiners and sexual torturers of witches. They are sanctioned child molesters, rapists and killers, yet most of the public believes this barbarism somehow necessary – so if you object to such perversion and brutality, you are likely to be branded a crackpot. This is how much control these brutes have over the public mind.

Real healing does not require 8 years of medical training. It does require some research and an open mind. Our methods are simple, we use our knowledge and our senses. If it works, we do it. If it doesn’t, we discard it and try, again, until we finally succeed.

Real healing is devoid of barbarism and impropriety. That should go without saying, but because of the behavior of the allopaths, it requires stating. Alternative healers don’t require you to take your clothes off and they do not insert either objects or parts of their own bodies into your privates the way allopathic medical doctors, who seem especially obsessed with inserting things into female orifices, do. There is no need for any of this; it is a natural outgrowth of their history of centuries of barbarism toward women as witches in W. Europe.

Real medicine works with the reality of nature

Real medicine works with the reality of nature

It is the methods of old, traditional witchcraft – that which is regarded as either non-existent or impossible by orthodox science, allopathy and Christianity – that makes real healing entirely possible.

Traditional Witchcraft is Alternative Healing

Alternative health works on the same esoteric scientific principles that make the other practices in witchcraft possible. For example, distance harming (black magic) is related to distance healing. It is a function of the will and energy over energy –  not mind over matter, as the doctors might say because they think of everything as matter. It is at the energetic level that all healing takes place.

By means of forbidden medicine (witchcraft), neuropathy is relieved in minutes, diseased teeth and gums are healed, grey hair returns to its normal color, healthy hair grows where hair has been lost, traumatic injuries are healed overnight, scars – sometimes decades-old – are healed and new, healthy skin grows in its place, all kinds of unsightly skin conditions are relieved and the body’s youthfulness and energy is revived and maintained. With forbidden technology based on esoteric science underlying witchcraft, kidney stones are dissolved overnight at home (this practice is absolutely forbidden in the U.S., therefore, no one who has the ability to do this talks about it here.). “Incurable” diseases are cured. Virtually every virus is eliminated. The flu is conquered in fifteen minutes. The author of this article has not experienced either cold, flu or other viral infections in the past 20-plus years because of such methods – deemed quackery and rightly called witchcraft by the establishment authorities and skeptics.

Once you have this knowledge and ability yourself, it is impossible not to be a medical heretic and a scientific heretic, as well – especially as you get more involved in the science and technology that makes such “medical miracles” perfectly logical and explainable. And while there are alternative healers who do not consider themselves witches, as far as the medical establishment is concerned, it is all superstitious hocus pocus, delusion and fantasy. Healing outside the bounds of the established medical authority is essentially witchcraft, whether the word is used or not.

Furthermore, once you have this knowledge and ability, it is likely you will become frustrated by all the misery that could be very easily and cheaply relieved – if only people had a real education about medicine. I find allopathy and allopathic practices enraging – I never fail to be angry when I hear about another man, woman or child being maimed, medically raped, tortured and murdered by the white coats.

How the Persecution of Witches as Healers Continues at the Present Time

How I want to tell you all I know! But, I cannot easily do so.  The scope of such learning is large and requires a lot of un-learning of disinformation and the telling, itself, must be done very carefully. It is especially difficult to legally discuss the use of forbidden science and technology. And, you must know that this is witchcraft – it has been forbidden, persecuted, prosecuted and driven underground for centuries in Europe and since the early 1800s in the U.S., when the European doctoring style got a foothold here. And, you must understand that those persecutors have more power than ever now because they control literally every aspect of modern life.

Now, instead of outright killing as they did in past centuries, they imprison or place in mental institutions those who step out of line. But, mostly they kill us with silence and whenever that fails, with lies and mockery. Few such healers dare to practice, although I have known a few knowledgeable women who served people in secrecy out of their homes. The legal threats from authorities loom constant and it is not something anyone who values their freedom would dare to undertake.

The result has been a sick and fearful population – a population dependent on allopathic medicine and its patriarchal system of violence, perversion and drugs in lieu of real healing. Most people are mal-nourished, poisoned and so brainwashed (thanks to the efforts of popular media – movies, television, magazines, news) that despite all the harm the doctors do to them, they still return to them for help. The difficulty is that so much of the population has unwavering faith in the religion of allopathy and reveres its priesthood in white – so, it requires deprogramming from this cult. Education alone is often not enough to free them from the cult. It requires an awakening.

Fortunately, there is a remedy for this condition… and it lies in an understanding and application of the esoteric science of traditional witchcraft. This remedy is a combination of education and personal experimentation, which allows every woman to become her own doctor and every man to become his own doctor.

For it to be effective, it must involve both the knowledge and the application of this information by every woman and man, so that they leave the faith-based religion of allopathy and enter into the experimentation and outcome-based practice of alternative medicine, which deals with reality instead of insisting on slavish adherence to unproven, allegedly “scientific” theories.

The knowledge of real healing releases all fear of disease and it makes the individual highly self-reliant. It, also, releases the fear and hysteria generated by the patriarchal medical system and its brothers in arms in the media.

This goal is not something that can be accomplished in a day or a year, but it is very much attainable. The study of real healing and its underlying esoteric science is also, a lifelong learning process. You can begin by choosing to take responsibility for your own health and resolve your own health problems. If you simply cannot imagine living without the patriarchal medical system, at least, consider looking for common sense alternative health solutions first before leaping straight toward the knife, the needle and the pills.

There is hardly a medical problem that isn’t better and more safely, cheaply and efficiently solved by alternative methods or, in other words, some form of traditional witchcraft.

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Witchcraft and Love Magic in the Ozark Mountains Old-fashioned Love Spells

Posted in Black Magic, Clairvoyance, love spells, occult, spell books, spell casting, Traditional Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 10, 2013 by littleredridinghood

by A. Giovanni

(This article is reprinted here with the permission of the author, A. Giovanni.)

Granny and Jedd Calmpett (Irene Ryan and Buddy Ebsen) from the televion series, The Beverly HIllbillies

Granny and Jedd Calmpett (Irene Ryan and Buddy Ebsen) from the televion series, The Beverly HIllbillies {pd}

Most people who have seen the old television comedy “The Beverly Hillbillies” have no idea about some of the little grains of truth in the show. The show’s creator, Paul Henning, was a native Missourian who was clearly very familiar with the area and the people of the Ozark Mountain region. On the show, the Clampetts make visits to such locations as Silver Dollar City, Springfield and Joplin, Missouri.

What most people who have watched the show never guess is that Granny was more than just Elly May’s grandmother. Granny, who once says she comes from Taney County, which is the southwestern Missouri county where Branson is located, is a “granny woman” which is an old Ozark term for conjure woman. The word “medicine” is another word for potion among old-timers.

The term “hillbilly” is perceived by some a pejorative term and probably to others it seems like a joke. The rest of the world probably can’t imagine what the area is still like – even today. It’s probably especially hard for city-folk to imagine that there are such people as those who live in the hills outside of beautiful, modern Branson, Missouri. They’ve have always been secretive and distrusting of outsiders and for years nobody knew much at all about them until a folk researcher named Vance Randolph married an Ozarker and spent decades trying to ingratiate himself into their culture (impossible for anyone who wasn’t born among them).

In the 1940s he published several books, but arguably the best one is “Ozark Mountain Magic and Folklore.” The ancestors of the original Ozark Mountain settlers came from England and Scotland by way of Appalachia. And, as is alluded to in a two-part episode where the hillbillies go back to England to find their noble ancestors, their ancestors were probably among the earliest American arrivals and were made of a rough, tough stock of people who could survive even the worst adversity.

The Ozark Mountains is still very rough terrain, but 100 years ago, it was only a special breed of people with strong survival skills who were able to live there. The winters are hard and the people live in relative isolation from each other in the hills and “hollers.” Before recent modernization of the highways and literally cutting through the rocks of mountains made travel easier, they were isolated from the outside world and often from each other. They had to rely on what they knew about the environment, animals, insects, plants and herbs and the practice of witchcraft, which grew and thrived among them.

They had magic for all the important aspects of life, but love and courtships was very important, especially for young women although young men, also, practiced love magic. Girls conducted a variety of spells to see their future husbands or to know his name. They used charms and potions to induce love and lust and to dominate their boyfriends and husband.

The following are just a few love spells collected by Randolph in the Missouri Ozarks:

Beltane, the 1st day of May, is a very important day for those who want to know the identity of their future husbands.

Mirror scrying

Mirror scrying {pd}

If you would like to see your future husband, you must go to a well at noon on May Day and hold a mirror in such a way that it reflects the daylight into the darkness. Then, look into the water and you should see the face of your future mate. But, if you happen to see yourself lying in a coffin, you will die before the next May Day. If you see nothing, you’ll probably be an old maid.

A variation on this procedure requires you to have a glass of water, a gold ring and a mirror. Place the glass in front of the mirror and gaze fixedly at the reflection of the ring in the water.

If you want to see the face of your future husband, rise very early on May 1st and go to the well carrying a guinea egg and a glass. Once at the well, break the egg into the cup and gaze into the water. There you should see the initials of your husband to be reflected in the water of the well.

Similarly, if you wake early on May 1st and look into the reflection of a mirror, you should see the reflection of your future husband’s face or his initials

If you would like to dream about your future mate, look at the new moon over your right shoulder at night and repeat the following incantation:

“New moon, new moon, do tell me

Who my own true lover will be,

The color of his hair, the clothes that he will wear

And the happy day he will wed me.”

Love Attraction and Lover Return Spells

Wear a yellow garter to attract a man and keep him faithful.

Carry a wasps nest to attract men. If you attach it to the aforementioned garter, so much the better.

The following love charm will probably only be practical if you work in a morgue or have legal access to dead bodies. You must obtain a needle that has been stuck into a dead body. Cover it with dirt in which a corpse has been laid. Then wrap the whole thing in a piece of cloth cut from the shroud that has covered a dead body. Keep this charm with you to make any woman fall in love with you.

If you take the needle from the above charm and stick into the footprint in your own yard where your lover has stepped, he will have to stay with you whether he wants to or not. If he leaves you, he will get sick and if he stays away very long he will die.

Use the following spell if your lover has been away from you for a while and you want to see him. This spell is said to work regardless of circumstances and is most effective on married men or those otherwise engaged or involved.

Arrange your shoes in a “T” shape. As you do so recite the following incantation:

“When my true love I want to see, I place my shoes in the shape of a ‘T’.”

If you have quarreled with your true love and want to make up, prick the middle finger of your left hand with a needle. Write your initials on an ironwood chip and bury it. He’ll be back within three days.

If you want to inspire desire and lust in your lover, keep dried turkey bones in the room or car where the two of you will meet. This will put him or her in an amorous mood.

The dried tongue of a turtle dove, likewise concealed, will render a girl unable to resist your advances.

There are many more spells and customs among the people of the Ozarks, but it’s difficult to know how many people still practicing such things. The area, especially around Branson and the Lakes has become the new home for a lot of fundamentalist Christians who believe that theirs is the only history. And, they are very fearful of anything that seems to them to be witchcraft. So, witches in the area are very much in the closet.

Copyright 2012 A. Giovanni

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