OUVERTURE DE L’ OCCULTURE Act. 1
Occultism is occult by definition.
It means hidden. Not because of Illuminati’s conspiracies or due to reptilian agenda but for twin soul link to inner qualities, avoiding many blatant manifestations. Silk and steel, paracelsian Roses.
The closest planet or galaxy related to planet “Occult” is Poetry. Their family constellations includes might, right and goodness, love, appreciation and understanding. Hard work as well.
Average person struggle to homologate and fit inside usual society, like a flock animal.
An occultist, like a shaman, is more solitary, introverse, struggling to understand and shapeshifting from flocks and herds, staying away from wolves and pastors; getting more attuned to the greener grasses and natural laws. To protect the herd, the pastor, the wolf, the black and the lost sheep. Meditation bestowed a cosmic delirium of beauty and happiness. An occultist cannot be aggressive or baneful, or a wolf inside sheep skins. This peaceful attitude is shown by prayers, rites, artwork, writings left during the ages. From the Lascaux’s primitives graffiti to modern Pleiadian channelers. Some protections or external signs of bravery had to be employed as succulent plants grow thorns.
Due to my long journeys in many far and dangerous countries, I have long grown hairs, beard and ritual tattoos. Many says I look like a madman or a gangster, in my mind I want to be like the Mandylion of the Saviour, a Tantric or Martinez de Pascuallis. Thanks to God, I was never robbed or worse. But often misreaded and to avoid Cagliostro’s fate, less flamboyant and more vulgar.
An occultist is indeed a Spiritual Seeker.
A pilgrim with a map.
You became an occultist in the same way you become an apprentice of the Royal Art.
I cannot talk much about some details for obvious reasons and conditions.
Books are testaments of Wisdom like all written words. Seek even and mostly the presence of Life, Light, Beauty and Understanding what stand in Upper realms. With happiness and dedication, care. Sacer ac tremendum.