Friday, April 13, 2012


BY PARANORMAL POP CULTURE - Within popular culture, there exist guides with the express purpose of wreaking havoc and unleashing hell on humanity. While the Kindle, iPad and Nook might have a killer effect on the book industry, these are books that are very industrious at killing. For instance, in the supernatural comedy series “Todd and the Book of Pure Evil” a group of teens at the Satanist-controlled Crowley High battle the forces of a mysterious tome that grants wishes with sinister twists.  But “Book of Pure Evil” is far from the only that sits in the devil’s stacks. There is a list of the most harmful books of verisimilitude within pop culture that contain information not to be checked out. “Necronomicon” - A creation of horror writer H.P. Lovecraft, the “Necronomicon” is a book of spells that first appeared in the 1924 short story, “The Hound.” Purportedly written by the “Mad Arab” Abdul Alhazred, it appears in various forms in Lovecraft’s work, but is typically leather-bound with clasps. 

“The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” was introduced in author Douglas Adams’ sci-fi comedy series of the same name in 1978. “Naturan Demanto/ Book of the Dead” appears in the 1981 horror “The Evil Dead.” The “Book of the Dead” was a real Egyptian collection of funereal rites to facilitate a person’s journey into the afterlife and popped up as a magical text in other films, such as 1999’s “The Mummy”. There is also a Tibetan “Book of the Dead.” “To Serve Man” Kanamit cookbook - appears at the 1962 “The Twilight Zone” episode of the same name.  “The Grimoire” from the 1998-2006 supernatural soap “Charmed” on The WB. Within the comic book world, the “Book of Vishanti” and “Eternity Book” show magic: good and evil spells and the secrets of existence, too. “Grays Sports Almanac: Complete Sports Statistics 1950-2000” introduced in the 1989 film “Back to the Future Part II,” the softcover, red almanac contained 50 years’ worth of results from football, baseball, boxing, horse racing and more.

Many times kids and young people are fascinated by this “supernatural” entertainment because they don’t properly fit into this every day reality and this literature is an escape from their deep traumas or problems at home. If they feel depressed, reading evil and horrifying books about misery, terror and terrible powers allow them to go through their situations.  They should know that besides these horrendous realities, pure love also exists in the plane transcendental and that they can prepare to go there.

One of the biggest problems of superficial men is that they confuse occultism with transcendence, because occultism handles areas of life that are subtle - often invisible to our eyes - but the fact of being invisible has nothing to do with being transcendental and spiritual. ... The Vedic scriptures do not exclude any area or hide any existence that can be obtained, while the occultism hides the transcendental reality of love.  So, as the eyes of the materialist man are blinded by their greed and lust of gain material things, he can not perceive subtle things which are most important. ... Similarly those who are infatuated for their discoveries in the subtle world do not give importance to transcendent realities and don’t pay attention to the invitations sent very often by the Supreme Lord to this world through His holy devotees. Sometimes He Himself descends to this earthly plane in its various incarnations.

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