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James Bulls
Tarot reader, Satanist, writer.
Tarot reader, Satanist, writer.
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LaVey hypothesized that obtuse angles - and trapezoids in particular - were to blame for so-called haunted houses and pervasively malevolent influences in a place. What he was proposing is something along the lines of "evil feng shui," and essentially says that humans experience anxiety, illness, and uncertainty, fear, and all manner of unwanted feelings due to the physical construction or arrangement of the environment in which they find themselves. He claimed that in every allegedly haunted house he investigated he found numerous instances of uncanny angles and proportion of space. via +Boing Boing

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I can't take credit for the photo - that goes to the Luciferians - but it may as well be the same for Satanists.
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And this is why if you're a professional reader it's important to be aware of the the laws in the jurisdiction where you find yourself. For example, did you know that in Canada fortune-telling is actually against the criminal code? That's right: section 365 of the criminal code says that anybody who "fraudulently pretends to exercise or to use any kind of witchcraft, sorcery, enchantment or conjuration" is guilty in the eyes of the law. This is why even though the law is rarely enforced, and even if you're working online, it's important to include the phrase, "This service is for entertainment only." Because it's always better to be safe than sorry.
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"Come on, sweetie - just one beer." ... (hours later)
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