'Theban' Chapter

Theban

Theban script runs parallel to the history of renaissance occultism. It’s typically considered a “cypher” as it has no observable connection to any strictly linguistic script.

In occult lore, characters, alphabets, were the “DNA” of the spiritual realm, revealed rather than invented. Many students of the occult find it especially evocative emotionally as well as allowing them to record their rituals in a way that avoids unwanted scrutiny. Theban is also known today as the witches alphabet as it was adopted with the founding of Gardnerian Wicca as a tradition.

Theban Cypher

The script known as Theban has no clearly established origin, and little lore directly linked to it by itself. If anything, the history of the Theban script runs parallel to the history of renaissance occultism. It’s typically considered a “cypher”… Seek More

Syncretism

Perhaps we should discuss syncretism as a religious/ philosophical/ metaphysical trend? Syncretism has a long history and transcends cultural boundaries. Monotheism tends to rule it out, but the majority of the world’s religions weren’t originally monotheistic. Like the Egyptian tradition… Seek More

Attune to Higher Realities

Latin and Hebrew are two of the most frequently used languages in occult philosophy, and Cabalism makes deliberate use of cyphers not even necessarily for encryption, but as a way to divine secret meaning from “inspired” passages. Their traditional poetry… Seek More

DNA of the Spiritual Realm

In occult lore, characters, alphabets, were the “DNA” of the spiritual realm, revealed rather than invented. There is some loose evidence to support this even in modern science as they continue to study the process of cognition and more specifically… Seek More