Occult Day is celebrated throughout America on November 18th. This is a magical and mysterious holiday, which tells that there is a mysterious world from above. If you delve into it, you can find out a lot of interesting things!
Who founded the holiday is unknown. However, this man wanted to show mankind that it is not necessary to call the occult a pseudo-science: it is not necessary to seek communion with spirits and dubious entities. By getting to know different cultures, you can understand many things. For example, in Judaism there is not a single culture that is not affected by the practice. It’s just interesting!
The occult has probably been around for as long as humans have lived on the planet. The name itself can be traced back to the 16th century – the term personified religions rooted in supernatural things. Practices help you find your purpose, get answers, learn how to live in a new way… You might think that practices are not successful now. We will surprise you, but they continue to live in the 21st century, conquering the human essence beyond the understanding of society.
Did you know that occultism:
- a secret philosophy that does not obey everyone;
- the cause of disputes of many influential people of the planet;
- dangerous for beginners: it is easy to literally go crazy without proper preparation;
- requires a clear mind;
- with illiterate use, it can create negative karma;
- includes “black practitioners”, whose concepts of good and evil are distorted.
How to celebrate
Immerse yourself in the occult practices if you are interested in the subject. Do not study too “heavy” materials – find a selection of literature for beginners. Discuss the topic with like-minded people and friends, find out their opinion. Go to an appointment with a person with knowledge and ask him to talk about the future – check his words later.
When is Occult Day celebrated in 2022?
Occult Day is observed on November 18 each year.