We are usually surprised when we discover hidden knowledge related to mysticism, magic, and magic. In the ancient world, people made use of symbolic words, images, and rituals to achieve desired results through magical knowledge. Not only does this ancient knowledge enlighten us, but it can also help us understand the essence of our being. However, most of the time Valuable magical information and insight are hidden right before our eyes. We simply need to know where to look.
“Secrets have a way of making them feel, even before you know there is a secret.” – Jan Ferris
It is true that this is a world that has never been separated from the old ways. In fact, there are a lot of things we still do, thinking about ancient religion and our sinister ways. So, we decided to publish an article, about all the weird stuff that actually got Pagan Origin or even Witchy! This would be really fun!
Magical knowledge is hidden in plain sight
“It’s hidden but always there.” – Laozi
The list is endless. We could go on with that but we picked 5 facts that make more sense for just about anyone.
1. Why do we wink to indicate secret knowledge?
Winker actually refers to the Winkee they share or are about to share some secret knowledge. It’s not clear why or what it is, but this is a sign of immediate questioning of reality. This is a wake-up call. If you really think about it, it’s really weird.
A wink and one eye for Odin
Odin He is the mighty and wise father of the Norse religion. The god of wisdom, healing and victory, he is loved in all Germanic traditions. He was famous for his thirst for wisdom and magical knowledge. According to one story, Odin was traveling again in his quest to expand his consciousness. One daunting day for Meme’s wellYggdrasil, located under the world tree. The guardian spirit of this well, whose wisdom and magical knowledge of worlds was unprecedented, greeted Odin. Odin asked for some water.
The mysterious creature knew exactly what Odin was asking and tried to make it as difficult as possible. So he demanded the same. Odin was asking for true and absolute wisdom and the price seemed fair to The Guardian. However, Odin immediately gave it to him and gave the guardian god of wisdom what he was asking for.
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In many ancient images, due to the fact that Odin has one eye, he appears to wink. This is where the “wink” came from. When Odin loses his eye in search of the hidden truth, we reenact his divine sacrifice by winking, pointing to someone for secret knowledge.
“The only secrets are secrets that keep themselves.” – George Bernard Shaw
2. Why do we give the “middle finger” to insult someone?
The Greeks understood the power of sexuality and sexuality, and therefore sexuality was part of the powers of each deity. Thus, the “penis”, nicknamed the erect penis, was a symbol of great potential, the power that could fight every demon, turn bad luck into golden opportunities, and create a new and successful start in everyone’s life.
The middle finger represents a penis – a magical symbol
In fact, the middle finger represents the erect penis. The middle finger is also known as “digitus impudicus” or “The impudent finger”. Saint Isidore of Seville explains in his book Etymology that the third finger is called impudent because it often expresses annoyance and insult. but why?
“A gentle taunt is worth a thousand insults.” – Louis Nezer
This rude gesture actually dates back to ancient Greece. This was sacred and magic gesture – something like that mudra. The ancient Greeks used it to counteract any negative activity and dark arts that immediately targeted them. Just like the statues of Phallus at crossroads and anywhere, they did it to repel black magic.
Therefore, through “Giving the middle finger and insulting” The receiver is actually trying to tie his power against us.