Goetia is working with the spirits of the air. The powers of the air are perhaps universally seen as messengers and sources of inspiration. The Goetic spirits exist under heaven alongside our kind. Goetic beings are border line incarnate, but alien to much of what we might consider the material experience. Those “memory” haunts you hear ghost hunters talking about are goetic elementals.
They precede us. We have our own identities despite ourselves, and we have free will, but that came about after the establishment of their realm as a whole. We don’t yet use it very much or very well, but we are meant to.
“All such action would cease if those powerful elemental forces were to cease stirring within us.” Albert Einstein
“It is not so much for its beauty that the forest makes a claim upon men’s hearts, as for that subtle something, that quality of air that emanation from old trees, that so wonderfully changes and renews a weary spirit.” Robert Louis Stevenson
I won’t be speaking specifically of Greek goetia today. The understanding transcends Greek culture and even much of the original Greek lore is lost or unaccounted for. Have you noticed how common references to something being “in the air” are… Seek More
If you were to ask what goetia is, I would have to say it’s working with the spirits of the air, and I don’t mean air elementals which are not known for being super cooperative or generous. Things get around… Seek More
The moods associated with the goetic spirits are the source of life energy. They form an “elemental” basis for goetic spirits to arise in. The most common hauntings are goetic elementals. Is this like the elemental energies? Similar, but not sharing… Seek More
The Goetic spirits exist under heaven alongside our kind. They consider the cosmos and the meaning of life much as we do. Humans saw them as intermediary beings because often their patterns of thought and symbolism strike humans as unimaginable,… Seek More
In the beginning was darkness, and in the fullness of time there came to be both a night and day, and this was necessary, good for the well-being of all life. These elements of natural order haven’t changed and will… Seek More