I think I envision this blog to be a world of musings.  Probably nothing earth shattering or even relevant to most people.  But hopefully it might be entertaining enough or interesting enough to give some folks a nice diversion without feeling cheated for their time spent here.  I’d expect the subject matter to be quite wide since my interests and hobbies are similarly varied. 

Likely topics could include computer gaming, photography, philosophy, gardening, gay interest, or music. You might even find topics relating to the title of the blog, occult interests.  I don’t personally believe in any mystical systems, but I do find them fascinating.  I’ve studied them with an eye to find out just why these systems are so alluring to others; to the point that people will give up rationality and literally shed blood for their mythology.

That’s enough to chew on for now.  Eventually I may edit this page to include more trivia about myself.  Enjoy!

Pronunciation Notes (I added this ‘cuz Darren from Shut-Up, We’re Talking totally mangled my alias and blog name, LOL)

Lemegeton:  sounds like leh-muh-JET-on

Marchosias: sounds like mar-KOH-see-us

At least that’s how I say them, hehe.  The names come from an old Grimoire also known as the “Lesser Keys of Solomon.”

You may be interested in this post I made as well: Why Lemegeton?


About — 7 Comments

  1. Hi & Welcome to Prescott…just to let you know that we have a small cluster of bloggers who get together once in a while when I can pull it together. I am presuming that you mean Prescott as in AZ…

  2. Very cool! Yup, Prescott AZ is where I’ll be landing this weekend. I’m really looking forward to it! Well… not the loading/unloading part. Hopefully by Tuesday I will have found my bliss again, as that’s when the high-speed ‘net will be reintroduced to my vein 😛

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  4. Hello! First up, thank you so much for your translation of the Astro-mythological deck! I recently inherited my nana’s deck and this has been absolutely invaluable.
    Secondly, I was wondering if there’s any mention of how to read the cards if the come up inverted or of they should at all? I’m struggling to find any information about it online! thank you so much once again!

  5. Thank you so much for providing this excellent translation for us. Now I can buy the new printing of the deck on Amazon with French booklet and use your translation to work with the cards. Fantastic.
    Now I don’t have to buy the vintage deck with the little booklet in English which run about $100.!
    All he best, generous one,

  6. Hi, I recently stumbled upon your blog from trying to find information on the Grand Jeu Lenormand stuff. I ended up perusing and thought that your blog is really cool! You’ve put so much thought and effort here (I gave your YouTube a sub). It honestly reminds me of the notes and logs Fallout video game series.

    It feels like people don’t really do this stuff as much in this day and age, but it makes me want to try immortalizing my thoughts for someone to read some day.

    I hope you are doing well these days and that you’re thriving and still logging your thoughts somewhere out there for someone to read. Happy holidays, take care, and thank you.

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