"Watchtower" is "magic" to the Wiccans - Pagan


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    F Gayle posted Sun, 02 Sep 2012 22:06:00 GMT(9/2/2012)

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    Watchtower (magic)

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    A Watchtower is a spirit guardian of one of the four cardinal points in both ceremonial magic and the neopagan religion of Wicca. Alternately, the Watchtowers are the abodes of the guardians. Often believed to represent the four elements, the Watchtowers are invoked during ritual to cast the magic circle. They may be pictured in the imagination or represented with tablets or other physical symbols.

    In many Wicca and Witchcraft systems the Watchtowers are evocational symbols of spiritual beings known as the Watchers. Each Watchtower is associated with one of the four quarters of north, east, south and west. In some traditions the Watchtowers are associated with the four elements of earth, air, fire, and water. They are also each linked to a specific star. The north Watchtower is Fomalhaut, the east is Aldebaran, Regulus marks the south, and Antares is the west. Archangels are also used; the North / Earth Watchtower is Uriel, the East / Air Watchtower is Raphael, the South / Fire Watchtower is Michael, and the West / Water Watchtower is Gabriel.

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    JWB posted Sun, 02 Sep 2012 22:29:00 GMT(9/2/2012)

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    Also don't forget the occult origins of the winged sun disc and the upward triangle/pyramid (representing the phallus), both featured in the early days of the WTS.

    ziddina posted Sun, 02 Sep 2012 22:31:00 GMT(9/2/2012)

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    I'd heard of this, but didn't follow it up - thanks for the link!

    perfect1 posted Sun, 02 Sep 2012 22:34:00 GMT(9/2/2012)

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    I noticed that too, this thread was helpful for me:


    Heaven posted Mon, 03 Sep 2012 23:46:00 GMT(9/3/2012)

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    Yes, this is true. Also, the pentagram was once a symbol of Christianity.

    Up until medieval times, the five points of the pentagram represented the five wounds of Christ on the Cross. It was a symbol of Christ the Saviour. This is in stark contrast to today where the pentagram is criticized by modern Fundamentalist Christians, as being a symbol of evil.

    The church eventually chose the cross as a more significant symbol for Christianity, and the use of the pentagram as a Christian symbol gradually ceased.

    nuthouse escapee posted Wed, 05 Sep 2012 05:09:00 GMT(9/5/2012)

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    fascinating! it just gets better & better. The Watchtower must be magic, look how many have been captured in its evil spell.lol -Leslie

    mP posted Fri, 07 Sep 2012 11:35:00 GMT(9/7/2012)

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    Isnt a watchtower one of the big cards in tarot ?

    M kurtbethel posted Fri, 07 Sep 2012 18:02:00 GMT(9/7/2012)

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    Isnt a watchtower one of the big cards in tarot ?

    That would be a big YES!

    Watchtower Jehovah's Witnesses are an occult pagan group

    Heaven posted Sun, 09 Sep 2012 10:42:00 GMT(9/9/2012)

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    Thought this was hilarious....

    Cat Cleaning = Worship Dark Lord

    Heaven posted Sun, 09 Sep 2012 10:46:00 GMT(9/9/2012)

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    My Cat Ate Your Fish

    Heaven posted Sat, 15 Sep 2012 10:07:02 GMT(9/15/2012)

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    I believe this is an image of a sculpture of Diana of Ephesians with Watchtower head dressing:

    Diana of Ephesians and Watchtower

    M kurtbethel posted Sat, 15 Sep 2012 16:26:09 GMT(9/15/2012)

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    I believe this is an image of a sculpture of Diana of Ephesians with Watchtower head dressing:

    Diana of Ephesians and Watchtower

    Now we know what the Society means when they refer to themselves as Mother.

    They are the Mother Goddess.

    King Solomon posted Sat, 15 Sep 2012 16:29:19 GMT(9/15/2012)

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    LOL! Nice hat: it would fun to be a JW, if only to show up at a DC wearing one of those (only to be immediately ejected from said DC)....

    Scott77 posted Sun, 16 Sep 2012 04:40:49 GMT(9/16/2012)

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    Iam horrified and shocked to learn about the spiritistic origin of the Watchtower. This gives me more reason to trash any Watchtower magazine I find in the Laundry. They tend to leave them hoping tenants will pick them up. No, i am not goign to allow that. Hi Gayle, thanks for sharing.


    M kurtbethel posted Sun, 16 Sep 2012 05:17:20 GMT(9/16/2012)

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    Why this would be a surprise to anyone is amazing to me.

    They open boast about their teachings being channeled material from invisible spirit beings. From Pastor Russell onward, they claim to receive instruction from their anointed members who have died and are communicating from the spirit world. With those claims being a foundation for their teachings, how could anyone expect anything different than spiritistic practices?

    Pastor Russell channels Watchtower teachings from beyond the grave


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