Occult Day is celebrated on November 18th throughout America. This holiday celebrates the mysterious world of the occult, and encourages people to learn more about it.
The origin of Occult Day is unknown. However, it is believed that the founder of this holiday wanted to show that occult practices are not necessarily pseudo-science, and can help one to understand many aspects of culture and religion, such as Judaism. The occult has been around since the beginning of humanity, with the term itself originating in the 16th century. Practices of the occult can help people to find their purpose, get answers, and live a new and more meaningful life.
- Occultism is a secret philosophy that does not obey everyone.
- It is often the cause of disputes between influential people of the planet.
- It can be dangerous for beginners and proper preparation is needed.
- It requires a clear mind and illiterate use can create negative karma.
- It includes “black practitioners” whose concepts of good and evil are distorted.
How to take part
If you are interested in the occult, there are many ways to take part. Begin by reading literature (suitable for beginners) to learn more. Discuss the topic with friends and like-minded people to get their opinion. Attend an appointment with someone who has knowledge and ask them to talk about the future. Later, check to see if their words were accurate.
When is Occult Day celebrated in 2023?
Occult Day is observed on November 18 each year.