A poem celebrating good overcoming evil on the Hindu festival of Diwali
A poem about the author’s tarot birth card “the tower” and how it plays into his occult work.
A poem about the author’s path as one of the “dogs of reason” and how it affects him and others relative to this role.
A very detailed but cryptic poem full of occult clues that serves as a “map” to understanding the author’s path, public services for humanity, and spiritual identity as relevant to this path.
In this poem the author refers to himself as a Wizard to mean magickian of advanced power. This poem details 3 stanzas about 12 different paths of magick the author practices followed by a conclusion and contains 8 hidden references of Avalon and the Norse religions.
Using clever references to the Golden Dawn and The Book of the Law an inversion of Crowley’s philosophy is found here as the path of passion in which star wars the movie is taken as a metaphoric reference to an actual path of the dark side.
Some brief wordplay about racism in America comparing Obama and Trump to each other before the impeachment or Jan 6th event happened.
A poem about the evocation of demons and it’s relevance to humanity’s development and changes in society caused by their actions.
A poem about charity and / or asset development on the street.
A poem about the Internet and modern technology and the potential we have as humanity to take our development as a society to a whole new level because of it.