The Occult Archive

  • A school in Malaysia has closed down due to students & teachers seeing ghosts A school in Malaysia has closed down due to students & teachers seeing ghosts ghostschool You might roll your eyes and scoff, but ghosts still hold a certain amount of belief both here and in other […]

    Malaysian School Closed Due To Ghosts!

    A school in Malaysia has closed down due to students & teachers seeing ghosts A school in Malaysia has closed down due to students & teachers seeing ghosts ghostschool You might roll your eyes and scoff, but ghosts still hold a certain amount of belief both here and in other […]

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  • General Questions Q: What is a tulpa? A: A tulpa is believed to be an autonomous consciousness, existing parallel to the creator’s consciousness inside the same brain, often with a form (mental body) of its own. A tulpa is entirely sentient and in control of their opinions, feelings, form and […]

    What Is A Tulpa?

    General Questions Q: What is a tulpa? A: A tulpa is believed to be an autonomous consciousness, existing parallel to the creator’s consciousness inside the same brain, often with a form (mental body) of its own. A tulpa is entirely sentient and in control of their opinions, feelings, form and […]

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  • A collection of 10 objects reputed to be cursed, bringing back luck to their owners or those who disrespect the spirits that live within…

    10 Terrifying Cursed Objects!

    A collection of 10 objects reputed to be cursed, bringing back luck to their owners or those who disrespect the spirits that live within…

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  • 1980 – Revival of Evil investigates the growth of the occult in the United States from New Age religions and Dungeons and Dragons to heavy metal and psychic powers. A dated but interesting (and sometimes laughable) on how the Occult has infiltrated mainstream American life.

    Revival Of Evil – Occult Documentary!

    1980 – Revival of Evil investigates the growth of the occult in the United States from New Age religions and Dungeons and Dragons to heavy metal and psychic powers. A dated but interesting (and sometimes laughable) on how the Occult has infiltrated mainstream American life.

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  • A Toyol or Tuyul is a mythical spirit in Malay mythology of South-East Asia, especially in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore. Names It is sometimes called the “Kwee Kia” in Hokkien. In Thailand, they are called Koman-tong (Male) and Koman-lay (Female). In Philippines they have a similar child spirit […]

    The Gruesome Toyol Of South East Asia!

    A Toyol or Tuyul is a mythical spirit in Malay mythology of South-East Asia, especially in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore. Names It is sometimes called the “Kwee Kia” in Hokkien. In Thailand, they are called Koman-tong (Male) and Koman-lay (Female). In Philippines they have a similar child spirit […]

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  • In a world of Paranormal Activity, The Witch and the rise of progressive Satanists, where is the love for Jewish possessions, demons, and hauntings? Jewish demons demand respect too. A religion over 3000 years old has compelling stories that take a look at the darker side of Judaism and the […]

    The World Of Jewish Female Demons & Spirits!

    In a world of Paranormal Activity, The Witch and the rise of progressive Satanists, where is the love for Jewish possessions, demons, and hauntings? Jewish demons demand respect too. A religion over 3000 years old has compelling stories that take a look at the darker side of Judaism and the […]

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  • Cursed poems, cursed flash animations, cursed dreams, cursed mirrors and a whole slew of demons, these are the top 30 creepiest japanese urban legends. Japanese urban legends (都市伝説 Toshi Densetsu) are enduring modern folktales of either: paranormal creatures and their attacks on (usually) innocent victims; or non-supernatural, widespread rumours in […]

    30 Japanese Urban Legends!

    Cursed poems, cursed flash animations, cursed dreams, cursed mirrors and a whole slew of demons, these are the top 30 creepiest japanese urban legends. Japanese urban legends (都市伝説 Toshi Densetsu) are enduring modern folktales of either: paranormal creatures and their attacks on (usually) innocent victims; or non-supernatural, widespread rumours in […]

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  • Learning about a culture different than yours is usually a fun and rewarding experience, but every culture has their own set of urban legends to scare friends and frighten children. So today, I’m going to count down the scariest Mexican urban legends. This list will mainly feature legends from Mexico […]

    Mexican Urban Legends!

    Learning about a culture different than yours is usually a fun and rewarding experience, but every culture has their own set of urban legends to scare friends and frighten children. So today, I’m going to count down the scariest Mexican urban legends. This list will mainly feature legends from Mexico […]

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  • As with all of these recipes/rituals, play them at your own risk! The Starry Guide [RECIPE] : threekings So, this is a ritual that I read about on a music blog of all places about two years ago. I remember seeing it pinned to the top of the blog with […]

    The Starry Guide – Recipe/Ritual!

    As with all of these recipes/rituals, play them at your own risk! The Starry Guide [RECIPE] : threekings So, this is a ritual that I read about on a music blog of all places about two years ago. I remember seeing it pinned to the top of the blog with […]

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  • A mysterious doll supposedly possessed by the spirit of a child has captured the curiosity of people across Japan for decades. The legendary Okiku doll, named after the girl who long ago used to play with it, is a 40-centimeter (16-in) tall kimono-clad figure with beady black eyes- and hair […]

    Japan’s Haunted Okiku Doll!

    A mysterious doll supposedly possessed by the spirit of a child has captured the curiosity of people across Japan for decades. The legendary Okiku doll, named after the girl who long ago used to play with it, is a 40-centimeter (16-in) tall kimono-clad figure with beady black eyes- and hair […]

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